Tommy Hilfiger has been busy since the 1980s making headlines in the fashion industry, specifically when it comes to clothing and apparel. Some people forget that Hilfiger has an outstanding accessories line as well. Their watches are some of the most affordable and stylish options you could find out there. They may not be the best when it comes to engineering and innovation, but when it comes to style and design. Hilfiger is as original as any watch company could be. Here are the top five Tommy Hilfiger watches that you could buy on the market today.
Tommy Hilfiger Men’s Gold-Tone Watch with Brown Leather Band
When it comes to elegance, Hilfiger knows exactly how to combine certain elements to get the most sophisticated results. The croc-embossed dark brown leather band is absolutely gorgeous against the gold-tone of the casing, and the white dial is a clean look that’s perfect for daily wear. The gold markers are connected to the gold casing, and they’re designated by black numerals. There are three sub dials that indicate the date, the day, and military time. The water resistance isn’t much, but it’s enough to allow it to get slightly wet without getting damaged. This is an excellent look for the classic man, and it will pair well with different kinds of styles.
Tommy Hilfiger Men’s Sophisticated Sport Gold-Tone Stainless Steel Watch
Imagine a sports watch that looks more like a dress watch. That’s exactly what the Hilfiger Sophisticated Sport watch is. The gold tone of the chain link bracelet is bright against the blue bezel that contains a tachymeter scale. The small Tommy Hilfiger logo is brilliant against the silver white of the dial, which has three sub dials that feature the day, the date, and military time. The white rectangular markers match the hands, and these are lined with luminous material for timekeeping capabilities in the dark. This quartz-powered watch is water resistant up to 50 meters, enough to wear it while swimming in shallow waters.
Tommy Hilfiger Men’s Stainless Steel Watch with Blue Silicone Band
Nothing says casual and cool better than this Hilfiger watch. The blue silicone strap on this watch is one of the most comfortable you’ll ever feel on your wrist. It’s also lightweight and resistant to a lot of damage. The mineral crystal lens also happens to be scratch proof, protecting the stunning blue dial of the watch. The bezel is made out of stationary steel and is designed with engraved Arabic numerals. The markers are bold and white, designed to increase readability even in dim lighting. This watch also happens to be water resistant up to 50 meters, so you can wear it while showering or while swimming in shallow waters.
Tommy Hilfiger Men’s Analog Display Japan Movement Black Watch
There are plenty of features on this watch that warrant a mention. When considering style, this watch is as unique as any watch could be. It has a simplicity that’s simply stunning. The silicone band has a crosshatch design that adds just a touch of interest. The bands come onto a bold casing that’s all black, but there’s a hint of red on the watch’s crown that gives the watch its personality. The bezel contains numerical markers that mark the minutes, while the all-black dial contains both numerical and linear markers. This watch is beautiful in all black, and it’s a great watch for the athletic types.
Tommy Hilfiger Men’s Silver-Tone Stainless Steel Watch
This watch is modern and sophisticated. It’s sleek and completely masculine. There’s something very technical about the way this watch looks. All the lines are small; the chain links are mesh-like and the details are discreet. Mineral crystal protects the dial of this watch, and there are three sub dials that tell the date, day, and military time. The subtle lines all over the dial gives this watch an architectural feel that’s stylish and elegant. This is the perfect dress watch that could go with any suit. Be that as it may, there’s nothing that can stop you from dressing this watch down either. It’s the perfect day watch that can transition you straight into the night.
Written by Garrett Parker
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