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Skagen is getting colorful with their Hoptimist collaboration


In case you hadn’t heard, there’s a lot going on in the world. And sure, in the grand scheme of things, writing about watches? It’s not really that important. However, as something that can take your mind off of things for awhile while you’re hunkered down in your home? Well, that we can help you out with. We recently heard about this release that brings some color to things, in the form of the Skagen X Hoptimist collection.

Both brands call Denmark home, so it makes sense that they would work together in this format. They’ve taken a simpler quartz three-hander in a 41mm case (the Skagen Aaren), and given it a good dose of happy. In that, you’ve got this sort of springy bobblehead character showing up on the dials. On a few of the designs, it’s right there and bold, and in the others it’s a little more subtle. Likewise, the little springy dude shows up on the silicone strap as well.

Coming in at $125, the four variations are all limited-edition pieces. It varies by the lineup, but the total collection comes in at under 1,500 pieces, so it’s definitely a smaller addition. Still, if you’re looking for something relatively inexpensive with a good dose of whimsy and color to lift your spirits, the Skagen X Hoptimist is there to help you out. skagen.com

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