Daniel Mink

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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With seven different collections for men and women, you have plenty of options when shopping for a Daniel Mink watch. Since the 1970s Daniel Mink has been celebrated for its meticulousness in an industry that elevated detail and precision to an art form. Today Daniel Mink is still known for its prowess among the great Swiss watchmakers and has been largely reshaped and redefined by its parent company, the powerful Montreux Group.

Under Montreux, Daniel Mink has redoubled its production efforts, using only 18K gold, surgical-grade stainless steel, and hand-stitched alligator straps. It has diversified its product lines as well, offering everything from classic good looks and retro details to precision chronography and seamless movement. Whether you opt for a piece from the Skeleton Collection, which showcases the designer's mechanical magic, or the Titus Collection, which honors the great landmarks of Ancient Greece, you'll still get the same commitment to quality and excellence.

Other Daniel Mink Collections

In addition to the Skeleton and Titus lines, Daniel Mink also offers the 1900 Collection with its individual serial numbers and the all-steel Dimanche Collection. Some consumers prefer the exhibition back and automatic winding of the Intrinsic Collection, while still others appreciate Daniel Mink's women's line, the Veve Collection. The Tonneau Collection rounds out the catalogue with retro watches and chronometers, all of which are automatically powered.

Whichever of these models is right for you, you're guaranteed to get outstanding craftsmanship and stylish looks from your Daniel Mink. Like Tissot, Croton, and other popular lines, Daniel Mink is a testament to the power of the Swiss watchmaking industry. It has been the company's mission ever since its formation to "redefine the measure of time." And judging by the reception its watches have received, they seem to have attained that initial goal.


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daniel mink quart watch i think from the 70s

I have a pre owned daniel mink i think from the 7os. It has the blue pearl looking face rectanqular case. seems to be in very good condition can anyone put a value or close value on my watch