The Timex Celestial Opulence Automatic collection is the brand’s first women’s automatic watch collection since 2011. Characterized on the dial by a floating hour hand, the Celestial Opulence is inspired by the movement of the night sky and is available in three dial variants.
Housed in a 38mm-wide case, the dial has a classic minutes hand but opts for a more novel hour hand. An arrow set on a rotating disc, the floating hour hand adds a distinct style that doesn’t sacrifice legibility or ease of time-telling. The dial varieties are blue, black, and champagne, all of which are done in a sun-ray pattern. The 12, 3, 6, and 9 o’clock hour markers are done in star-themed applied indices while Swarovski crystals dot the area in between.
The Timex Celestial Opulence collection watches all come in a 38mm-wide stainless steel case that is finished in a rose gold tone and is water resistant to 50M. The 18mm-wide lugs are fitted with textured straps, though there is a quick-release system to allow for easy changing out for variety.
Turning the case over reveals an exhibition case back showing the Citizen 8215 automatic movement. This is a reliable Japanese movement that is done with 21 jewels and has a 40-hour power reserve. You can see the theme of the night sky carried over on the case back that’s finished with constellation designs.
The Timex Celestial Opulence automatic watch collection is currently available in the three varieties mentioned earlier (blue dial, black dial, champagne dial), each of which comes on a leather and textile strap. The champagne dial model is an online-only exclusive, while the other two are available both online and in stores. Price for each Timex Celestial Opulence automatic watch is $229. You can learn more at timex.com.Sponsored Posts are a form of advertising that allows sponsors to share useful news, messages, and offers to aBlogtoWatch readers in a way traditional display advertising is often not best suited to. All Sponsored Posts are subject to editorial guidelines with the intent that they offer readers useful news, promotions, or stories. The viewpoints and opinions expressed in Sponsored Posts are those of the advertiser and not necessarily those of aBlogtoWatch or its writers.