Undone Watches Featured On Touch Of Modern

Undone Watches Featured On Touch Of Modern

Undone Watches Featured On Touch Of Modern Sales & Auctions Sponsored Post written for aBlogtoWatch by advertiser.

It's no secret that the world of Kickstarter micro-brands can be a redundant and underwhelming environment filled with mass produced mediocrity. Cliché marketing and unchecked promises are common but quality offerings aren't impossible to come by. Recently, Undone has managed to make their mark on the micro-brand universe by producing fun, vintage-inspired watches that can be customized and acquired at a friendly price. This is the kind of value that we're driven by at Touch of Modern and this month, we're offering a selection of Undone watches for sale at exclusive members-only prices.

Undone Watches Featured On Touch Of Modern Sales & Auctions

After the introduction of their Urban Vintage Collection chronographs late last year, the brand has drawn in some significant attention from casual enthusiasts and prolific collectors alike. Their designs are based largely on iconic watches of the past including the Rolex Daytona "Paul Newman," Omega Speedmaster "Moonwatch," and the Breitling Navitimer. Together with the convenience of Seiko VK-61 Mechanical-Quartz Hybrid movements and modern construction, this collection offers a low-maintenance entry point to that desired vintage look. Above all, they can be worn daily without the worry of encountering the servicing costs and challenges associated with vintage mechanical chronographs.

Undone Watches Featured On Touch Of Modern Sales & Auctions

Touch of Modern is proud to offer this sale to its members and find Undone to be yet another exciting value-driven brand. Besides the Urban Vintage series, Undone also produces a line of customizable Aqua and Aqua Chrono dive watches that satisfy more of a modern and rugged look. Unlike the Urban watches, these might be more appropriate for watch lovers that prefer contemporary watch design and sizes. Whatever your preferences are, this is the kind of variety and accessibility Touch of Modern aims to bring to its members. Currently, this sale focuses on The Urban vintage collection only.

Undone Watches Featured On Touch Of Modern Sales & Auctions

Above all, buying watches on Touch of Modern is easy and this Undone Watches sale is no different. Whether it's high-end haute horology or sub-$500 timepieces, our watch team takes great pleasure in putting together exclusive sales and collections for our members. We think that buying watches online should be straightforward and pride ourselves in crafting a quality shopping experience for watch lovers everywhere.

Undone Watches Featured On Touch Of Modern Sales & Auctions

So whether you prefer Undone's vintage-inspired offerings or their Aqua and Aqua Chrono dive watches, there's no denying that this is a brand that strives for value and great design. We're proud to have formed a special relationship with Undone and happy to provide this sale for our members. However, like all of our other sales, this offer is available for a limited time. So be sure to visit touchofmodern.com to discover exclusive watch sales, high quality lifestyle products, and more.

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  • TrevorXM

    “The Newman” — that makes me smile. Well, at least they are up front enough to be playful and and give a wink with these things. A lot more than I can say about all the pretentious Kickstarter watches we tend to see that always start with “I had a big dream of creating my own watch…” and end up with the 5,647th Submariner/Fifty Fathoms knock-off to market.

  • Saul Sloota

    Buy 2 and get a free Fleshlight!

  • Ian john horwood

    There’s nothing good or great about the cheap nasty vk-61 plastic movement from seiko, nuff said.

    • 200 Fathoms

      What’s the deal with the VK-61?

      • Ian john horwood

        Just that, its a horrible and very cheap plastic throw away movement , not worth nothing. A non repairable throw away movememt that is not worth 500 bucks in any watch. Google the seiko vk movements, you’ll get the picture, not a patch on say a citizen calibre 2100 movement. If you are buying quartz it should be a solid metal based movement and repairable , not a plastic throw away job worth zilch. Look at the 13 jewel ronda movement for a 500 buck watch, see the difference in what you get for your hard earned cash . It should be spent wisely , and be the best movement for your cash. Seiko’s cheapest plastic movements are a waste of funds. Their original quartz movements back in the beginning were all well built metal movements. These days their entry level movements in watches are nothing but cheap nasty tacky plastic throw away rubbish. If you want a good quartz watch, look for a good quality solid metal movement that can be serviced and repaired, not something to throw away and throw your cash down the loo.

        • Richard carroll

          If they’re so cheap couldn’t you just drop in a new movement?

          • Ian john horwood

            When these movements give up the ghost , unless it is a warranty period they are not worth the money they ask for replacing the movement. These movements are not designed for an infinate long life, only as long as the battery life of the watch. By this time the movements are defunct, meaning that , the movement that was in the watch is not made any more, and you have to buy a new watch. Do you want to buy a new watch everytime the battery and movmement has come the end of its life. New watches become dearer every year, and the movements in them get cheaper and worse every year. If you want to spend 500 dollars or pounds everytime the battery and movement has expired go ahead thats your choice . My choice is to have a watch with an infinate life and have service ability and repairability. New cheap watches are disposable items not made for long term use, but to be thrown away and discarded. It is not very green for our planets resources. Do you take your old watch to be recycled or throw it in the bin, most people just throw them in the trash . Look at the millions of cheap and nasty watches there are out there in the market place, they are not worth the time and effort of putting them on your wrist. This is just a couple of aspects of why i despise cheap rubbish. A true watch lover wants something service able and repairable, that can last his whole remaining days on this planet.

          • 200 Fathoms

            Kind of crazy when you consider something like a new SNK809 can be bought for $50.

  • Marius
    • Yan Fin

      Are you sure about the last picture? Is it really a bar set? Call very different from bar set associations.?

    • WINKS

      Don’t they have underwears with glow in the dark DNA stains?

  • “It’s no secret that the world of Kickstarter micro-brands can be a redundant and underwhelming environment.”

    Sort of like multiple articles about one brand in the same week.

  • SuperStrapper

    2 articles in a week on this brand? Undone is now uninteresting.

  • IG

    Kinda ironic having these retro designs on Touch of Modern.

  • 200 Fathoms

    I actually kinda like the Speedy.

    • daveyah2002

      Me too. Nice design. Pity it’s a quartz.

      • 200 Fathoms

        I don’t mind the quartz. (I have a 300m Tuna.)

  • Mark1884

    I think the first line sums it up really well: “The world of Kickstarter micro-brands can be redundant and underwhelming”

    I do not have time to get involved with re-cased or Invicta style watches. The Touch of Modern website is just a gross joke.

    End of transmission.

  • Yojimbo

    a redundant and underwhelming environment filled with mediocrity you say? such self awareness ABTW!