Timex x The MET - Nisada Watch - 40 mm - Leather strap
Time meets art with the first collaboration between Timex and the Met.
Iconic artwork from The Met collection adorns the dial and bracelet of each expertly crafted watch, showcasing the beauty of both disciplines in an expressive, wearable art form.
These magnificent interpretations of Timex classics, Easy Reader and T80, redefine the way we experience both art and time. Your watch tells a story that spans centuries, seamlessly blending your personal journey with the inspiring beauty of art. The worlds of art and watchmaking have come together.
This bold rendition of the Modern Easy Reader® features a captivating detail of actor Nakamura Fukusuke I as Asahina Tōbei, a woodblock print created in 1854 by revered Edo period artist Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese, 1786-1864). The print depicts the Kabuki actor as a hero from The Water Margin, a classic Chinese tale of military valor. The artwork continues on the leather strap, while a sleek black case creates a subtle yet sophisticated frame for the striking portrait on the dial. Equipped with a quartz movement for superior timekeeping and a scratch-resistant mineral glass for a crystal-clear view of Kunisada's image, this watch transforms a masterpiece from the Met collection into a work of art timeless to wear.
- Product: TW2W25000
- Attachment Color: Other
- Strap material: Leather
- Buckle/Clasp: Buckle
- Case Color: Silver Tone
- Case diameter: 40 millimeters
- Case finish: Glossy
- Housing: Low-lead brass
- Case shape: Round
- Suitcase size: Actual size
- Crystal lens: mineral glass
- Dial color: Other
- Dial Markings: Other
- Width of bracelet and fasteners: 20 millimeters
- Watch movement: Analog Quartz
- Water resistance: 50 meters