The last time the James Brand and Timex got together (you can see that here), their collaboration watch sold out in a blink of an eye. This time around, we’re pretty sure that the James Brand x Timex Expedition North 41mm Automatic will follow the same path.

While the prior release was a black-dialed Expedition North, this time around they’ve got a bright white dial taking up residence in the James Brand x Timex Expedition North 41mm Automatic. To go with that lighter color scheme, they’ve put a textile strap in made from recycled ocean plastic, provided to them by #tide. Combine that with the green logo on the crown and the green (one the lume starts to glow) on the dial and hands, and you’ve got a nice, clean look.

As with the prior release, the James Brand x Timex Expedition North 41mm Automatic features a titanium case for a light toughness, and an automatic movement (we believe it to be a Miyota) viewable through the sapphire exhibition caseback. For all of this, materials and design-wise, the collaboration is coming in at just $349. Then again, only 1000 are being made, so you’ll want to move quickly.

Tech Specs from Timex

  • Expedition North exclusive SKU for The James Brand
  • Numbered Limited edition of 1000 pieces
  • Titanium Case with Screw-down Case Back
  • Custom Crown with The James Brand logo
  • Japanese Automatic Movement
  • Sapphire Crystal with Anti-reflective Coating
  • Sapphire Crystal Case Back Exhibition Window
  • Strap Made of #tide Ocean MaterialTM Fabric
  • Two-Piece, Quick Release Strap with custom titanium buckle
  • Date Window
  • Super-LumiNova in-fill on Hands and Index
  • 200m Water Resistant
  • 41mm Case; 20mmLugwidth
    • TW2V48600
    • SRP: $349
    • Launch: June

ByPatrick Kansa

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