Movado - Faceto Ladies Two Tone Black Museum Dial Swiss Watch

Movado - Faceto Ladies Two Tone Black Museum Dial Swiss Watch

With an ultra-thin profile, this two-tone stainless steel Faceto Swiss quartz watch for women from Movado is the perfect accompaniment to business wear as it easily slips beneath your cuff. It also features the utterly recognizable, minimalist look of the Museum Watch, made famous by American designer Nathan George Horwitt in 1947.

The highly polished silver bezel frames the deep black dial face, which includes just the signature single dotted marker at 12 o'clock--evocative of a sun dial--and two gold-tone hands. (Movado's Museum watch is often referred to as the "boss's watch" due to its vague display of time and because the boss doesn't have to be on time.) Powered by a precise Swiss quartz movement, it also features a highly scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and water resistance to 30 meters (99 feet)--enabling it to withstand splashes and accidental dunks into the water, but not suitable for swimming. It's completed by a stainless steel bracelet band that mixes polished gold-tone and silver links, and it connects via a jewelry clasp.

Case Material Stainless Steel
Case Size 25mm
Crystal Scratch Resistant Sapphire
Dial Black
Features Stainless Steel
Functions Hour, Minute, Second
Movement Quartz
Strap or Bracelet Stainless Steel
Water Resistance 30 Meters - 100 Feet

Write a review

Note: HTML is not translated!
    Bad           Good

  • Views: 3467
  • Brand: Movado
  • Product Code: 0606063
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $1,495.00
One 18kt gold emerald and diamond necklace set with earringsNecklace features floral style design wi..

The Speedmaster Skywalker X-33 Solar Impulse Limited Edition is more than a remarkable timepiece. It..
$5,900.00 $4,130.00

One 22kt Necklace setNecklace features a hook style lockTotal length of the necklace including exten..

One diamond ring in 18kt yellow goldAvailable in the following sizes : 5.75, 6, 6.25, 6.5Thickness o..

In 1616, two Dutch merchants pushed the limits of exploration with their discovery of Cape Horn,..