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Cadence 4-Bit Watch Goes Chrono


Candence, watches made famous for their unique “4-bit” numerals, has just announced a chrono version of their well-known 4-bit watch. The 42mm watch has a Miyota quartz movement, UTC display (basically a second time-zone), and a chronograph movement.

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) display – the standard time by which the world regulates clocks, time and computer servers
42mm stainless steel case – striking appearance, perfect for the boardroom or on the go
Luminescent watch hands – against the black face of the watch adds to the sophisticated look
Genuine leather wristband – with subtle saddle stitched two part leather strap and stainless steel buckle
Miyota quartz watch movement – makes for an extremely reliable timekeeper that never requires winding
Water resistant to 5ATM – convenient for everyday wearing
Sapphire coated quartz glass – helps prevent watch face from becoming scratched

It’s $195 but you can pre-order it for 40% off. The original 3-handed version is $90.
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