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Some of our most popular watches are back
Before these cool watches sell out again, make sure to grab one of these top sellers below. Hailing from Spain, NYC and Germany, this wide variety of timepieces by Ingersoll, Nooka and Barcelona 666 feature everything from complex mechanical timepieces, innovative graphic based digital and streamline design.
Ingersoll IN8704BK Bridge Automatic Watch
Now only $459 instead of $700
Both of these Ingersoll skeletonized automatic watches sold out long before the demand for them was met... Watchismo is happy to make sure everyone gets the watch they want and with the same big discounts.
Limited Edition Ingersoll IN2705WH Skeleton Automatic
Get this for $369 instead of $600
Ingersoll is a brand to suit many tastes of the mechanical watch collector. Whether you relish the rich company history dating back to 1892 or appreciate the modern classic styling of their wide-ranging collections.
The Rebosus watches and chronographs are intended for only the most daring of watch enthusiasts - Men and Women who want to stand out of the pack with solid chunks of horological steel on their arms. Their size is matched by the quality German precision and American testosterone.
An alternative time machines from Nooka, a New York based design company founded by artist and designer Matthew Waldman. Most famously known for its line of innovative and unique digital wristwatches which take the concept of telling time into an entirely new realm.
The "Hardcore" is one killer watch. A case built as boldly as any civil engineer attempting to construct a solid city bridge. It rises with steely curvature that also fits snugly to the shape of your wrist. The curved metal plates are bracketed together around a mechanical automatic movement and feature an exposed rotor through the porthole crystal caseback. You can watch the motion of the power source that does not need batteries, ever.
The Hardcore automatic is a true machine with stylish bravado that continues to the uncommon dial featuring a very unusual layout of numbers and markers. The asymmetrically placed digits lead from zero to the mysterious three sixes indexed by two very thin multi-colored watch hands tipped by dots.
The longest watch in the world!
This watch was created for a unique woman. A large case and thin leather strap that wraps around the wrist multiple times. The dial incorporates the strap by leading a ridge down the middle amidst a carefully designed yet random group of markers. And the final perfect touch from the extra long thin hands tipped with dots...