These watches are based on vintage classics and remade by a young man in New York’s favorite borough, Brooklyn. The designer, David Sokosh, slaps a huge Unitas movement into new cases and then pops on new hands and a face. He sells some of them at Brooklyn Flea and a few online, but obviously these are limited editions.
Handsome? Check. Unique? Check. Clever? Check. I’m kind of sold.
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