Watches. They are the high heels and handbags (and who knows what else women need to many of) for men. It’s the one must-have accessory that speaks to your personal style, tastes, and even economic status. It’s a big deal for men, even more so in today’s age of peeking at your cell phone’s clock, which I have never been a fan of.
Enter the NYC-based (big plus for me) Leonard & Church, a new watch brand that launched last last year. Why are they the bomb? Well, let me count the ways. First, they offer meticulously crafted, handmade watches at a radically low price. They partner with several of the world’s most experienced watch and leather makers and each watch is fitted with sapphire crystal and backed by their 10 year promise.
Meticulously handcrafted and known for exceptional customer service, Leonard & Church offers true quality and value featuring intricate details — each watch features a lens crafted from sapphire crystal, a gemstone known for its superior hardness and scratch resistance, and traditionally unavailable in watches at this price point.
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This is a great watch plain and simple. It looks impressive with some really great style. I love simple and timeless, and this fits the bill. This look is classic and elegant, like all of their watches. The fit is great and the watch really feels well-made, down to the supple yet sturdy leather strap. Vera loves the watch also, so you know it’s always a plus when the wife approves.
This is simply about luxury at a completely affordable price point the Thompson watches are the first men’s-only style offered (all the other collections are unisex) – a chic Swiss-movement in a 40mm case with a sapphire crystal lens.
Of all the watches I’ve come across, this one has to be right up at the top when you consider the sick pricing. A great watch that’s well-made and backed by a 10-year warranty for around 100 bucks? That’s crazy…and that’s what this company is all about. I’m all in.
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Guy and the Blog was furnished with a Thompson watch for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.