The names that Equipe chose for their watches give you an idea of what each one looks like. With names like “BALLJOINT” and “DASH”, you pretty much get the idea. Most of their watches use the tried and true Miyota/Citizen movement, with some custom quartz work on models like the DASH XXL. There’s definitely a variety of styles in their product line, and it’s well worth your time to take a look at their site.
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