Every man needs a smart looking timepiece, that’s for sure. After all, there are formal events to attend to that even if you think that your smartphone is your life, you might just need a formal timepiece to keep in line with “tradition” and not look so out of place at a black tie event. Enter the Cadence Chronograph watch that will certainly appeal to the inner geek in you – the soot black dial will feature 4-bit binary hour-bars instead of numbers, letting only an elite few know what it is at first glance, and deciphering it according to the best of their ability.
Cadence’s 4-Bit Chronograph Watch is actually the chrono variation of its $80 4-Bit Watch, where it will come with a beefier case, a darker dial, better water resistance (go deeper, longers!) and best of all is a UTC display that helps you keep track of time back home whenever you are somewhere else around the globe. Luminescent hands are part of the handsome setup, depending on automatic Miyota quartz movement to be on-time always.
Sapphire-coated glass crystal puts Gorilla Glass to shame, while a black leather band ups the ante in the class department. Shipping this July, the 4-Bit Chrono will cost you a mere $195, but it can be yours for just $119 if you decide to reserve one now.
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