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Our Favorite New Dango Watches

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Our Favorite New Dango Watches

The hallmarks of a solid everyday carry include quality materials, thoughtful features, and reliable performance. And if anyone puts these into practice for their products, it’s Dango. They’re best known for their versatile lineup of wallets, designed with functionality and practicality in mind, and they’ve put the same effort and prowess into their watches as well. Whether you’re looking for a formal companion, a weekend warrior, or leaning more towards a tactical timepiece, Dango has the models to watch.


Dapper Watch

If you’re looking for an elegant watch you can dress up for formal occasions, the Dapper stays true to its name while giving you top of the line performance. You can choose between a black or a white face, each featuring a clean dial with debossed hour indices and an inner numeral ring for minutes. The Dapper’s hands come in a two-tone design, while a red seconds hand gives a pop of color. Both hands and dial have been treated with luminescent paint for low-light reading.

Inside, you’ll find a Japanese Miyota 2315 movement which also powers a date window located at the 4 o’clock position. Everything is housed within a 45mm 316L stainless steel case, featuring a domed mineral crystal glass that gives the watch 50 meters of water resistance. And for that extra premium touch, the watch comes with an Italian leather band with a stainless steel buckle that pairs nicely with any suit you wear, whether in the boardroom or off the beaten path.

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R-SPEC Watch

If speed is more your style, the R-SPEC is your choice for a daily driver. Inspired by the motorsport and automotive industry, the R-SPEC’s face is made out of carbon fiber, a material that’s widely used in the construction of sports and supercars for its excellent strength-to-weight ratio. Its dial is also designed to resemble a speedometer, with its hands, indices, markers, and a red accent in the top-right quadrant all invoking the measurement of speed.

But like any high-performance automobile, the watch has to perform as well as it looks. Inside beats a Japanese Miyota 2315 quartz movement with an impressive 36 months of battery life. This is housed inside a 45mm case made out of 316L stainless steel, protected by a domed mineral crystal. Finally, you get to choose between either a red or cement grey silicone band, designed for comfort even during the longest rides.

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Spec-Ops Watch

For the ultimate in rugged performance, the Spec-Ops is up for the mission. Featuring a tougher construction that matches the needs of military and first responders, the face of the watch also offers legible, useful information, including a 12 hour dial, minute markers, and an inner 24-hour dial for military time. Oversized Arabic numbers at the 12, 3, 6, and 9 o’ clock positions add to its practicality, and all the markings, hands, and indices are coated with luminescent paint as well for when your mission takes a turn for the dark.

The Spec Ops’s design resembles the face of a compass, a staple instrument for tactical and outdoor operations. Like its brothers, inside you’ll find a Japanese Miyota 2315 movement housed inside a 45mm 316L stainless steel case. But it sets itself apart with a Cerakote finish on the case, a ceramic coating that gives it abrasion, heat, and scratch resistance above and beyond daily wear and tear. Top that off with 50 meters of water resistance and you get the ultimate wingman for EDC.

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Chris Wong ·
Very nice looking watches, but it’s too bad they went with mineral crystal instead of sapphire.