Carhartt and Timex have been presenting joint projects on a regular basis since 2017, which works extremely well thanks to their similar preference for simple, functional designs. The Range C Allied Chronograph is the latest result of the Carhartt WIP x Timex Collabo, an update of the legendary Allied Chrono Watch, a model from the Timex archive that skilfully adopts a subtle military style with elements that are inspired by the Nature inspired, merges. The predecessor of Timex was founded in 1854 under the name Waterbury Clock in the clock mecca of the USA, the city of the same name in Connecticut. A good quarter of a century later, everyone was talking about the company because it brought a cheap pocket watch onto the market. This was followed by a collaboration with Walt Disney in the 1930s, which resulted in the first Mickey Mouse watch. In 1950 the time had finally come, and the first Timex was produced - this watch was so successful, not least thanks to the pioneering marketing strategy of having prominent faces advertise the product, that the company finally named itself after it in 1969. Today Timex watches are considered a sign of good taste. It is primarily the retro designs that make Timex so popular. A Timex is not only technically mature, but also a milestone in terms of design. • Quartz analog movement • 42 mm brass case with low lead content • hardened mineral glass • 20 mm wide nylon wristband (replacement wristband included) • Quick Date® • Glow In The Dark print • Chronograph measures precisely to the twentieth of a second • Waterproof to a depth of 100 meters • INDIGLO® Night-Light • Case width: 42 mm • Materials: aluminum, acrylic, nylon • Country of origin: Italy.