Watches and Clocks
Four to Watch: Incentive Award Timepieces
When it comes to incentive awards, there's nothing that can claim the title of “classic” quite like a watch.
By Leo Jakobson
June 24, 2010
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This distinctive Swiss-designed chronograph (above) from Bulova
’s Adventurer Collection (96B139) is crafted from stainless steel with a black and metallic tan dial, calendar, and luminous numerals and markers. The timepiece has a tachymeter, screw-back case, stainless steel mesh bracelet, and water resistance to 50 meters.
From Tourneau Corporate Collection
’s new Chronograph Series of men’s and women’s watches, the men’s stainless steel and gold-plated model (TMRB-B048) has a sapphire crystal, screw-down crown, Swiss quartz movement, and water resistance to 10 ATM.
’s eco-friendly line offers the ladies’ Riva Diamond (EW0890-58X), powered by the company’s Eco-Drive technology, meaning it runs on solar or indoor light—so you’ll never need to change a battery or dispose of one in a landfill. Featuring stainless steel and diamonds with a cabochon crown, it is water resistant to 100 meters.
Like all Montblanc
watches, the TimeWalker Automatic (101551) is manufactured in Le Locle, Switzerland, high in the Jura Mountains. The TimeWalker Automatic has a stainless steel case, red gold-plated hands and numerals, and a black alligator-skin strap.