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When it comes to EDC watches, the usual go-to options like field watches, pilot watches, and divers tend to be on the sporty and utilitarian side. But sometimes the occasion calls for something dressier than your beat-up tool watch. You'd typically have to pay a pretty penny for an EDC-worthy dress watch, but timepieces from Vincero Watches are an exception. They offer bold, classy designs with practical features to match at a solid value, giving you the style of a luxury timepiece without the designer price tag.

Upon first glance of Vincero's offerings, the first thing you'll notice is the sleek design language they use on their take on the classic dress watch and chronograph. Their Chrono S chronograph and Kairos dress watch are standouts for EDC. They share a similar design overall with the same case shape, hands, and dial, but have a few key differences. The Chrono S adds a “stopwatch” function and visual interest with its three subdials while straight stick markers keep the face uncluttered. It also comes in two sizes: 43mm and 40mm. While the 43mm size works well as a statement piece, the 40mm is a more conservative option for people with smaller wrists. It doesn't compromise legibility or functionality either as it still retains the chronograph complications and a date display despite the smaller proportions. The Kairos dress watch measures in at 42mm, keeping things legible with its larger diameter, pointed baton markers on the dial, and a date display at 3 o'clock. The caseback on these watches also features a unique genuine Italian marble inlay and text detailing to round out the design.

Looks aside, Vincero timepieces are solid watches for everyday wear. The cases are made of 316L surgical grade stainless steel and fitted with a sapphire-coated lens. The coated lens offers better scratch resistance than your run-of-the-mill mineral crystal as a more affordable alternative to a full sapphire crystal. A Japanese Miyota quartz movement from Citizen powers the watch, keeping accurate time even if you only wear it for certain occasions — no winding required compared to automatic watches. The included top-grain Italian watch straps are interchangeable too, letting you swap in most 22mm width straps (20mm for the smaller variants) to switch things up. The Kairos dress watch boasts 10 ATM of water resistance too, while the Chrono S is water resistant to 5 ATM. Last but not least, all Vincero watches are manufactured in small batches to help ensure consistent quality throughout.

You can browse our favorite styles like the Chrono S and Kairos (pictured above) at Vincero's online shop at the link below and save 15% off your entire purchase with code EDC15 to make these watches an even better value.

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The advertising and bragging for these kind of watches is silly. They're all made in China with horrible quality.
Why would I get this over a much nicer Orient for the same price? Or a Timex for half the cost or less?
What's the value prop?
I find it harder and harder to take these articles seriously. We all know these watches are not even worth pennies, but hey....money talks, and money buys advertising.