These Stylish American Watches Now Come in Technicolor & Copper

American watch company Brew celebrates coffee culture and vintage watch styles, and new dial colors really pop with retro charm.

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The young American brand‘s second collection, the Brew Watch Co.’s Retrograph was initially launched last year in three traditional colorways of black, white, and blue. Now, it has introduced two more dial options, and both are thoughtfully executed, each with different retro flavor. Brew watches have been well received thanks to their winning designs, affordable prices, and an unusual approach taking inspiration from “coffee culture.”

The first new dial deviates from the brand’s otherwise mostly monochromatic designs with a blue dial and colorful highlights reminiscent of many sporty 1970s chronographs — and appropriately dubbed “Technicolor.” The second new option is once again monochrome but with a warm “Copper” dial. The 38mm by 41.5mm rectangular cases and Seiko VK64 Meca-Quartz Chronograph movement inside remain consistent with the existing watches — as do the prices, at a reasonable $350.

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Gear Patrol also recommends:
Roue SSD Watch ($195)
Seiko Recraft Solar Chrongraph SSC669 ($375 $300)
Autodromo Ford GT Endurance Chronograph Watch ($695)

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