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Watches don’t just tell time anymore — they also tell stories, and Undone’s countless customization options let you tell your story, your way. There is no better way to customize a one-of-a-kind watch that is perfect for your one-of-a-kind dad. All UNDONE watches are fully customizable, including cases, bezels, dials, hands, and straps. You can also add a personalized text or even an image to the dial or caseback, including custom logo printing and special artwork engraving. Here are 10 great options, all priced under $500. As a special bonus, customers will be offered a free leather travel pouch, which can also be customized with the recipient’s initials (retail value $40) with any purchase of an Undone watch from now until Father’s Day (excluding collaborations and limited editions; limited stock available).
1. Urban Vintage Killy
The Vintage Killy is inspired by the best-loved features of some of the world’s most iconic watches. It makes its own statement of vintage appeal combined with modern updates and materials. The 40mm case is 316L stainless steel, and it contains the Seiko VK61 mechanical-quartz caliber with a flyback chronograph function. The dial is ivory with blue leaf-shaped hands and sporty telemeter and tachymeter scales. It comes with a 12-month warranty and is priced at $269. Click here for more about the Urban Vintage Killy.
2. Urban Vintage Navi
This retro design is a dressy rendition of our favorite sports model. It is built for speed, with chronograph functions and a tachymeter scale, but the elegant black dial and classic gold-plated steel case are dressed for the boardroom. The watch is water resistant to 30 meters and contains a Seiko VK61 mechanical-quartz movement with a flyback chronograph function. It is covered by a 12-month warranty and priced at $269. Click here to learn more about the Urban Vintage Navi.
3. Mystique Eclipse
Let the gorgeous ombré hues of this smoky dial reflect your mood — are you more like Neptune or Mercury, or perhaps an eclipse? The fumé dial is carefully crafted by artisans in the Undone lab, using a labor-intensive, 12-step process. It contains a Seiko VK61 mechanical-quartz movement with a flyback chronograph function. The 40mm case is 316L stainless steel, with a hardened domed K1 Crystal. It is priced at $269. Click here to learn more about the Mystique Eclipse.
4. Basecamp Classic Original
Every collection needs a classic military watch. This one combines high-performance functionality with vintage aesthetics. Although it comes with an orange hour hand and NATO strap, it can all be customized to the buyer’s preference. The automatic Seiko caliber NH35A includes hours, minutes, seconds, and a date window. The case is 316L Stainless Steel, with a LEXAN polycarbonate bezel. It is water resistant to 100 meters and is priced at $315. Click here to learn more about the Basecamp Classic Original.
5. Basecamp Classic Cali Blue
The Basecamp uses a K1 crystal glass bezel and the actual lens/crystal of the watch is made from LEXAN polycarbonate. This watch is perfect for those who want the aesthetics and feel of a vintage diver with a proud, double-domed crystal and a click-less bezel. The new Basecamp Cali Blue new sword-shaped hands. It is priced at $315. Click here to learn more about the Basecamp Classic Cali Blue.
6. Standard Marine
This modern classic has all the features of a great diver’s watch, including highly legible indices and cathedral style hands, along with 200-meter water resistance and a unidirectional rotating bezel made of scratch-proof ceramic or K1 Glass. It contains the robust Seiko automatic caliber NH35A, with a 42-hour power reserve. The 42.5mm case is made of 316L stainless steel, with a sapphire crystal. It is priced at $475. Click here to learn more about the Standard Marine.
7. Superman: The Kryptonian Decryptor
Isn’t every dad a Superman? This wearable device is a first-of-its-kind collector’s piece that integrates the novelty of Kryptonian decoding with the telling of time. This updated version is based on the prized 1943 original “Secret Superman Code,” which works with a twist of the bezel. It contains the robust Seiko automatic caliber NH35A, with a 42-hour power reserve. It is priced at $499. Click here to learn more about the Superman: The Kryptonian Decryptor.
8. Batman Detective Comics #27
The popular Batman is now available in a cushion-shaped case made of titanium, with glow-in-the-dark hands, markers, and subdials, one of which shows the commemorative Batman 80th Anniversary badge. Titanium has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of all metals and is 40% lighter than steel. It is also highly corrosion-resistant to seawater, chlorine, and much more — the perfect material to complement Batman’s arsenal of gadgets. It is priced at $359. Click here to learn more about the Batman Detective Comics #27.
9. Undone X Tom and Jerry Custom
This whimsical watch celebrates the 80th anniversary of TV’s best-loved frenemies, Tom and Jerry, with a gray/maroon depiction of the duo on the dial. The movement is the Seiko quartz caliber VH31, with a sweeping seconds hand. The 40mm case is stainless steel and is water resistant to 50 meters. Priced at $195. Click here to learn more about the Undone X Tom and Jerry Custom.
10. Basecamp Kyoto Ghost Bronze
This Oriental reinterpretation of the Classic California dial substitutes four of the numerals at the top with delicate grains of Kanji syllabic script. The scripting is a nod to the Buddhist teachings on the three marks of existence: impermanence, suffering, and absence of self-nature. The 40mm case is bronze, and it contains the Seiko automatic caliber NH35A. Priced at $380. Click here to learn more about the Basecamp Kyoto Ghost Bronze.
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