Many car nuts are also attracted to timepieces. Timedrivers understands this addiction, which is why the company specializes in watches that are influenced by the look of automobile gauges from the 1940s and ’50s. For example, the Stewart Warner-style Deluxe watch (one of many unique models) features a simple, yet elegant design that’s patterned after classic-car speedometers from bygone eras. Features include a machined stainless steel bezel that surrounds the 47-millimeter face. The internal mechanism consists of a shock-resistant Japanese quartz movement and is finished off with a medium grain leather strap. The Deluxe sells for $100, while other watches sell for up to $400. Check out the full array at


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