Vero Century

These Minimalist Watches Marry Great Design With Colorful Dials


May 17, 2019 Watches By
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Portland-based Vero is an American boutique watch company producing cool, minimalist watches that marry sparse designs with fun pops of color. Their latest, the Century, comes in three different dial variants and a choice of either a 36mm or 40mm case size.

The Summit features a lavender dial with orange, red and blue concentric chapter rings, while the Tempo features a teal dial with red, yellow and blue rings, and the Crew features a cobalt dial with blue, green and orange rings. All variants feature the Sellita SW200 automatic movement behind a display case back, Super LumiNova-coated hands and a water resistance of 100 m.

These are fun options for somebody who wants a clean-dialed watch, but not one that’s overly austere. Pricing for each model is $945 regardless of size and strap choice.

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