If you’re into simple contemporary looking dials from the likes of Uniform Wares and Daniel Wellington, then you’ll probably be into these timepieces from Swedish brand TID.
Despite sounding like some newfangled 3D Disney animation, there is plausible reasoning behind their brand name with TID being the Swedish word for ‘time’. All makes sense then.
Like most things Scandinavian these No.1 watches are clean, clinical and simplistic in appearance with the functions being stripped down to the bare essentials. Features include a an easy-to-read dial, stainless steel casing (which has be given a black ion coating for durability), a mineral glass face, and Japanese quartz movement.
All pretty standard stuff, but it’s the straps that set these watches apart. Not only do you get two for the price of one, both a Swedish Leather and black nylon wristband. But they can also be adjusted and swapped without the need to bring your Black & Decker toolkit out from under the stairs.
Timepieces without the faff @ The Garbstore