Review Of Movado Museum Classic Swiss Made Quartz 0606504 Men’s Watch

The Movado Museum Watch traces its roots to the beginnings of the modern design movement and the group of international artists. “Simplicity, tastefulness, function” was their dictum. One of its purest expressions was the black watch dial defined by a single dot, designed by American artist Nathan George Horwitt in 1947. Their works on the principle “We do not know time as a number sequence, but by the position of the sun as the earth rotates”. Hence a solitary dot at 12 o’clock symbolizing the sun at high noon; the moving hands suggesting the movement of the earth. When Horwitt’s dial design was selected for the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, in 1960, it became the first watch dial ever awarded this distinction. The name “Museum Watch” derives from this recognition.

Today, Movado Museum Watches are in prominent museums around the world, and the legendary single dot dial acclaimed for purity of design unrivaled in the history of time-keeping and new explorations of it continue to distinguish a wide collection of singular Movado timepieces. This modern design icon boasts a black lacquered dial with the signature 12’o clock dot. It’s made for the alpha male who isn’t time bound yet likes to keep a track of the passing times. The Movado Museum dial represents one of the ultimate purities of design and stands as a contemporary classic, retaining the original artistic simplicity of its 1947 ancestor.

Movado Museum Classic Swiss Made Quartz 0606504 Men’s Watch, truly a classic timepiece do judgement to be called Iconic with Stainless Steel Case and a Stainless Steel Bracelet. The elegance strives with the watch with a Silver Tone Dot Marker at 12 O’clock Position on a Black Dial which is protected by the Sapphire Crystal. It works on a Quartz Movement and the Water Resistance of the watch is 30 mm. It has a Pull/Push Crown and a Solid Case Back.

Elegant, Innovative, Iconic, celebrated, the Movado Museum timepieces refers to all. The legendary timepiece is conceived by artist Nathan George Horwitt in 1947 and a true vintage which connects to the ancestor.