Achille Ditesheim was 19 years old when he founded Movado in 1881, in the village of La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. The young entrepreneur’s dream was to cultivate a watch brand that was bold, timeless and inspired. As Movado’s technical expertise grew, the company achieved its first milestone: the 1912 Polyplan. One of the most famous Movado watches, the 1912 Polyplan features a revolutionary, patented movement built on three planes to fit a curved, ergonomic case. What followed was a series of timepieces that would make the brand a household name, including the celebrated Movado Museum watch with its legendary single-dot dial, the first watch dial ever to be selected for the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
The comfortable bracelet is designed with wide, sculpted
middle links. The round case has an elegantly recessed
crown. Available with diamonds, women’s quartz styles in
solid, two-tone or gold-plated stainless steel feature the
famed Museum® dial detailed by a discreet new minute ring.
New stainless steel quartz and automatic models for men
sport a black 3-hand dial with tone-on-tone markers,
minute track and date.
Movado, Concerto, Women's Watch, Stainless Steel Case, Stainless Steel Bracelet, Swiss Quartz (Battery-Powered), 0606419
This review is from: Movado Concerto 0606419 Women's Stainless Steel Quartz Analog Watch - Silver Band with Black Dial
Pros: Very pleased with this purchase. Price could not be beat. It's a new model Movado watch and I purchased it here for one-half the price any other seller could offer. I did a lot of reserarch before purchasing. I am very pleased and amazed.
Cons: No Cons!
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