Throne Watches: All Business No Games

throne watches a brooklyn based accessories and time piece brand from new york on thedrop

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With advent of smartphones over the last decade people have been neglecting one of the most useful and fashionable accessories ever invented. The wristwatch.

Whether you prefer the iced out bling or a timeless classic, it’s always a good idea to bust your wrist out in style. Not only will you be dressed to impress, a new watch from Throne might come in handy should a situation like this arise.

Throne Watches is a Brooklyn based watch brand. They use premium materials and assemble their products right here in the states. Each timepiece is produced in limited quantities, and may never be made again, so if you see one you can’t live without, you better not sleep on it.

Something interesting that I love about Thorne watches is they have replaced the #12 signifying 12 o clock to the #13. I personally have an affinity for the #13, but that’s a result of being a lifelong Dan Marino homer. Marino wasn’t the inspiration for them. This excerpt was taken directly from the Throne website explains the change.

The number 13 has different meanings for different cultures. Some believe it’s bad luck, some believe it’s a cleansing number. For us, 13 has been present in Throne since the beginning. It represents upheaval, breaking new ground, and the making of one’s own luck. The number 12 has adorned American watches since the beginning of time. We put a 13 in its place because to us, the number 13 represents Throne.”

Throne Watches is a company that cares deeply about their customers. Every Throne watch is made with pride and comes with a limited lifetime guarantee. I’m in the market for a watch and this Reason 1.0 dropped just in the nick of time.

Check out the black on black face with the natural brown leather band. That's what time it is.

Brand: Throne Watches
Model: Reason 1.0
Release: Available NOW
Available on: TheDrop.com

 

 


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