TACS has just announced a new series of their amazingly-styled Nato-Lens series of watches. These unique pieces look just like zoom lenses and come on some new strap styles including denim and leather.
There’s not much to say about the mechanism – a standard Miyota 2039 movement beats within – but this would make a great photography buff’s watch, if you know what I mean.
From the site:
Nato-Lens also inherits the same passion for camera lenses, but with two new styles, leans toward a more rugged and outgoing look. Its smaller, 44mm diameter form factor and standout styling makes it a perfect fit for camera aficionados and fashion gurus, alike.
The watches are available for pre-order now. The current models cost $220 so expect a similar price.
We’ll try to get a few pieces in for review so stay-tuned, say no more.
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