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Timex Nods to Its Roots With the Waterbury Traditional Day Date

American watch manufacturer Timex wasn't always Timex. The company was originally founded in 1854, known as the Waterbury Watch Company. It wasn't until 1944 that it was reformed into Timex. And for its latest release, the company decided to nod to its heritage in a big way.

The aptly named Waterbury Traditional Day Date offers a streamlined and stylish presence, pairing a perfectly sized 39mm stainless steel case and matching adjustable bracelet with a minimalistic dial based on an archived design from the late 1800s. An Emerald Green second hand fitted with a stylized "W' finishes off the look alongside a day/date window at the 3 o'clock and a subtle WWC logo at the 6 o'clock.

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