Top 5 Dan Henry Watches
We love introducing you to affordable watch brands and what they have to offer to your wrists. So today we’ll be shining the spotlight on Dan Henry watches.
A Bit About the Brand
Dan Henry Watches is a watch company that was founded in 2016. It was founded by, you guessed it, a man by the name of Dan Henry. Dan was a chap whose vintage watch collection was 1,500 strong.
He sourced these watches from flea markets and local auctions and eventually his watch-loving friends asked him to start sourcing watches for their collections to. One day he decided to open up an Instagram account to proudly display his watches and this led to him starting his own watch blog called Timeline. Watch.
Before he knew it, he, this regular watch enthusiast like you, had become the person other people turned to for advice and information on all thing’s vintage watches. He couldn’t source enough watches to keep up with the demand and so he decided to create his own vintage-inspired watch brand. Thus, the microbrand Dan Henry was borne and the horologist community was thrilled.
Top 5 Dan Henry Watches
1: 1963 Pilot Chronograph
First we have the 1963 Pilot Chronograph. You know how much we love our pilot watches and this one is no exception. It features a 3D embossment of a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird spy plane on its case back. Also, a 12-hour rotating bezel, double deck sandwich dial and is water resistant up to 165 feet.
It is constructed with high-quality stainless steel 316L, has a Miyota 6S20 quartz chronograph and sapphire crystal glass. The watch was designed to appeal to the inner adventurer in each of us and is stylish yet functional as a pilot’s watch. It’s available in silver or black.
2: 1964 Gran Turismo Chronograph
Next up we have the 1964 Gran Turismo Chronograph. This sleek timepiece is constructed with stainless steel 316L. It has a sapphire coated double domed mineral glass crystal. In addition, it features a classic beads-of-rice bracelet. The watch has two sub dials, a tachymeter, a Seiko caliber VK63, a chrono hand and instant rest functionality. It is water resistant up to 165 feet.
On the back case-back is a 3D embossment of the Aston Martin DB5 automobile. That ties in with the fact that it was created with the inner high-performance driver found within all of us. The fact that this watch resembles a panda is not lost on the brand. They have created their option line around it. It is available in Panda, Evil Panda, Slate Gray and Silver variations.
3: 1962 Racing Chronograph
Nobody can look at this 1962 Racing Chronograph and not want to shout ‘on your marks, get set, go!’ This stainless steel 316L watch has a chronograph, 24-hour indicator and is water resistant up to 165 feet.
This watch aimed to embody everything a racing watch should and has been built to withstand the tough conditions out on the track. The watch is available in blue, Panda or Evil Panda.
4: 1968 Dragster Chrono
Now let’s take a look at the 1968 Dragster Chrono. This watch is simple but sporty. It has been built with high quality stainless steel 316L. If durability is your biggest concern, look no further than this bad boy.
It’s tough and water resistant up to 165 feet. The watch steers away from stylishness and enters the sports watch arena. It’s available in black or white and you can pick between a black or brown strap.
5: 1947 Dress Watch
Lastly, we have the 1947 Dress Watch. This stylish timepiece will help anyone to achieve that gentleman status. It has a sapphire coated mineral glass and a strap made from either leather or NATO. It’s water resistant up to 165 feet and features a sub dial in its simple design.
The 1947 Dress Watch is meant to elevate the style of the wearer—whether they are attending a black-tie event or a business meeting. It’s available in silver or rose gold and features a black leather strap or a black NATO strap.
There’s no denying that being a watch enthusiast can be a pretty expensive hobby to maintain. But with affordable watch brands like Dan Henry producing stunning wristwear like the five we introduced you to today out there, this hobby becomes much more budget friendly.
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