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Superdry Watches: British Tailoring, Japanese Styling

January 22, 2013
Posted by Dan

Superdry-Scuba-1Superdry Watches were established in 2003 and since then they have become one of the most prevalent ‘urban’ brands in the world. They combine vintage Americana, British tailoring and Japanese styling to create a range of watches that are surely going to be popular amongst all ages. With a huge cult following, Superdry Watches have been accelerated to stardom by their fans and celebrities from all over, including Hollywood heavyweights David Beckham and Kate Winslet! Their edgy and urban appeal has made for quite a talking point in the horological society and Superdry’s brand new range has now hit the cyber shelves ready for the winter season.

One Superdry Watch which has caused quite a splash (excuse the pun) is the Superdry Scuba Watch; a model which is designed for use in the water despite being a lifestyle and fashion piece. Each one comes with a removable screen guard to keep any water out and the 100m water resistance gives you peace of mind whatever you choose to do with your watch. Simplicity is key with the majority of Superdry Watches and the Thor and Harness watches highlight this perfectly. Their clear, easy to read faces make them popular with all generations, their rugged straps keep them safely on your wrist and the Japanese movement makes for efficient time-keeping 24 hours a day.

As a brand, Superdry have taken over the world in recent years and it is their eye for quality and unique colours which have accelerated them into the limelight. Their watches are no different and are manufactured to the same high standard as their clothing and come with a 2 year warranty should anything go wrong with your watch. The result of Superdry’s hard work and commitment is a range of watches which include an eclectic mix of colours and styles and are set to fly off the shelves this year!

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