It’s time you owned a masterpiece. The Movado Museum Classic is an icon of modern design, featured in museums worldwide and renown for the elegant simplicity of the dial defined by a single dot at 12 o’clock a design element that symbolizes the sun at high noon. Cast in deep, monochromatic black PVD, this style features a 40mm case and a sinuous five-link bracelet with effortless push-button deployment clasp. We’ve added a gleaming yellow gold PVD finish to the signature dot and slender hands for maximum sophistication.
Movado SE, 41mm dual finished mid grey PVD stainless steel case and bracelet with mid grey concave polished dot accents and mid grey sunray dial. Features an anti-reflective Sapphire crystal, anti-corrosive bezel, date window, and Swiss Super-LumiNova® hands, hour markers & indices at 6:00 and 9:00.
Sophisticated elegance meets sporty style. This stunning watch makes a chic statement piece with its two-tone design and a sparkling diamond-set bezel. We’ve added a signature touch with our iconic dot motif displayed in gleaming yellow gold PVD at 12 o’clock and in concave accents at the bezel and bracelet. The 41mm stainless steel case frames a stunning silver-toned sunray dial outfitted with anti-reflective sapphire crystal, a date window, and Swiss Super-LumiNova® hands, hour markers, and indices at 6:00 and 9:00.
Movado SE Automatic, 41mm dual finished stainless steel case and bracelet with silver concave polished dot accents and Dura904 steel bezel. Features a black Pavés de Paris dial, anti-reflective Sapphire crystal, anti-corrosive bezel, screw down crown, date window, and Swiss Super-LumiNova® hands, hour markers & indices at 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00. Powered by the 608A caliber automatic movement with a quick setting calendar date, stop-second function and rapid reset mechanism showcased through an exhibition caseback.
Automatic watches do not contain batteries. They are charged by the movement of your wrist. If the watch is not worn it will stop running in about 38 hours. To get it started, turn the crown clockwise about 20-30 times until the second hand starts moving.