Gucci Watches

Written by Beth Hrusch
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Gucci watches have a spare modernity that appeals to minimalists and those who like an architectural feel in their timepieces. With few unnecessary elements, they achieve an understated elegance that gets attention without being flashy. Since its beginnings in the 1920s, Gucci has followed a tradition of old-world craftsmanship that speaks for itself, and this is seen in its timepieces.

Gucci Watches--Designed to Endure

Men's and women's Gucci watches have clean lines that almost make them look and feel like pieces of fine jewelry. Men's sport and dress watches exhibit bold characters and colors, set off by brushed and polishes stainless steel cases. Women's designs are often delicate and simple, with plain faces set into bracelet-style straps. These watches function as much as accessories to one's wardrobe as they do timepieces.

The Gucci lines are numbered or lettered. The 1400 series ladies watch features a circular face and bracelet, made with Swiss movement and sapphire crystal. The 1500 watches have an interesting elongated rectangular face with a spare, clean look. Gucci offers men's watches in a tank design, with a bold square face and leather strap. Or, for those who prefer the look of metal, Gucci watches come in classic steel links with brushed steel surrounding the face.

With an eye on the future, Gucci timepieces are constantly evolving to meet the needs of a changing clientele. One thing remains the same, however-- the Gucci commitment to quality and clean, classic design. With their simple lines, they are accessories that complement any outfit. Precise Swiss movement, modern design and a tradition of quality give Gucci its enduring appeal.


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