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The Met & Timex team up for new art watch collection.

The Met and Timex have joined forces to put five famous paintings on your wrist. The collection includes three stylish Modern Easy Reader 40mm models and a duo from the Timex 80 series, sporting a compact 34mm case and a digital display. The first three come with sleek leather straps, while the digital art watches flaunt resin straps. They’re all water-resistant up to 30 meters and priced between £100 and £110.

Now, let’s dive into the art. Each watch proudly sports ‘The Met’ logo, but the real stars are the paintings. The first one showcases Vincent Van Gogh’s Self Portrait with a Straw Hat, beautifully adorning the dial and strap.

Moving on to the digital Timex 80 duo. The first boasts a golden case featuring The Great Wave off Kanagawa, a woodblock print by Japanese artist Hokusai, with his name below the digital dial. The second Timex 80 has a polished steel case and showcases Maple Trees at Mama by Utagawa Hiroshige on both the dial and strap.

All these exquisite timepieces come in Met-branded boxes, complete with artwork info and a scannable QR code to explore more of The Met’s collection. Best of all, these watches are not limited editions and are available for purchase right now.

Get ready to wear art on your wrist! BUY HERE



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