Timepieces


Paseo Jewelers boasts one of the largest collections of top brands under one roof. You may shop confidently with us knowing that we’re authorized dealers of every brand we carry. If we don’t have it; don’t worry, we can get it.


Luxury

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    GUCCI

    Gucci hardly needs an introduction. A company known for its leather goods; clothing, accessories, and fashion products, entering the timepiece and jewelry scene seemed like a logical step. Starting at the top, of course, Gucci makes their timepieces in Switzerland. The design is impeccable and quality outstanding. MORE INFO


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    RADO

    Rado is noted for its use of scratch-proof materials, a field in which it is considered a pioneer. In 2004, Rado created a ‘high-tech diamond’, by the transformation of carbon into a nanocrystalline diamond with a Vickers hardness number of 10,000, thus naming the watch the V10K. It is the hardest watch on Earth, certified by the Guinness Book of World Records. If you’re looking for a durable watch with a classic design that’ll last forever, Rado’s the way to go. MORE INFO


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    HAMILTON

    One word can describe this great brand and it is CLASSIC. Commonly worn by actors, the go-to watch for aviators, and routinely featured in gentleman style magazines, Hamilton is a brand in the hearts of men throughout the globe. Originating in America, Hamilton was the first to introduce the quartz movement to the world. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t make a mean automatic movement however. Hamilton is known for its reliability and incredible quality when it comes to mechanical and automatic movements. You can’t go wrong with this one. MORE INFO


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    MOVADO

    Also a classic timepiece thanks to its timeless design, Movado has become a favorite to anyone who even wears a watch. Combining old with the new, Movado is now introducing top-of-the-line motion and smart technology into their watches while keeping their sleek design. Founded in 1881, Movado has come a long way, and they’re not going anywhere. MORE INFO


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    MIDO

    As another addition to the watch goliath known as the Swatch Group, Mido rests on the higher end of their spectrum of watches. Mido prides itself with being at the forefront of technical and architectural innovation by implementing elements of innovation into their watches, whether it be the design or technology itself. Mido makes incredible, long lasting timepieces that look great on anyone’s wrist. Mido often tends to be the benchmark for Swiss watch making, providing incredible mechanical precision and spreading its brand to over 60 countries around the world. MORE INFO


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    SEIKO ASTRON

    From the makers of the world’s first Quartz watch, the Astron of 1969, comes the world’s first GPS solar powered watch, the MODERN Astron. Never have to worry about a battery or changing the time on your watch with these premium Seiko watches. Always made with luxury in mind, Seiko’s Astron line doesn’t disappoint this time around either. When an Astron receives new signals from satellites, the second hand indicates how many it is synced to, and then proceeds to update the time. “It is an emotional moment, feeling an identification with GPS satellites 20000km away.” MORE INFO


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    ACCU-SWISS

    Recently changed from “Accutron,” AccuSwiss is Bulova’s Swiss-made, luxury line. Accutron was first introduced by Bulova in 1960, when a Swiss watch maker, employed by Bulova, invented the first truly electronic movement; hence the “tron” in Accutron. These watches were the first of their kind and incredibly precise, being able to be worn by railroad workers of the time. Instead of ticking they hummed. With a hefty background, these watches eloquently combine precision with aesthetics.


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    VERSACE

    Versace has been around since 1978, producing luxurious fashion items with their Italian expertise. Their watch and jewelry collection, although produced more recently, holds true to their renown name, leaving no cuts and corners to fine watch and jewelry making. Their watches are made in Switzerland, the luxury watch capital of the world, alongside the Rolex and Omega of the world. Dress to impress with one of these exquisite watches on your wrist. MORE INFO


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    MAURICE LACROIX

    Maurice Lacroix was founded as part of Desco von Schulthess of Zurich in 1975. Since 1946, Desco has also been a representative for luxury watches including Audemars Piguet, Heuer, Eterna, and Jaeger-LeCoultre. In 1975, Desco started marketing watches under the brand name Maurice Lacroix. Like other Swiss watch brands, icluding Rolex and Omega, the brand Maurice Lacroix does not correspond to any one individual. The master brand of the skeleton watch, Maurice Lacroix prides themselves with having incredible automatic movements. MORE INFO


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    FREDERIQUE CONSTANT

    Frédérique Constant SA is a manufacture of luxury wrist watches based in Plan-les-Ouates, Geneva. The company was established in 1988 by Dutch entrepreneur Peter Stas and his wife Aletta Bax, and is involved in all the stages of watch production, from initial design to final assembly. Since 2002, the company has also owned Alpina Watches, a manufacturer of Swiss sports watches founded in 1883. MORE INFO


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    CONCORD

    Not everyone can say they were Rolex’s direct competitor. Most would think the luxury watch giant is virtually untouchable. Concord didn’t think so. Both competed in the high-end luxury watch market. Obviously we know who the victor is now, but Concord isn’t necessarily a loser. They still make great watches. Some say a Concord is far more worth the price than a Rolex. MORE INFO


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    ALPINA

    “Our mission is now and has always been to manufacture extremely reliable professional sports watches, respecting and implementing the “Alpinist Principle” in manufacturing, design and technological innovation. Our work is deeply inspired by the legacy of our visionary founder, Gottlieb Hauser.”

    “Innovation, when combined with purpose, becomes progress. At Alpina, our innovations are exclusively devoted to serve the functional and design needs of those individuals challenging the hardest places on earth. Such as the Alpine summits.” MORE INFO


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    TISSOT

    If you want the best bang for your buck, Tissot is the way to go. Reliable, good-looking, Swiss-made, and high-quality watches for rock bottom prices. By no means a cheap watch, Tissot prides itself as being a great watchmaker by being in the same watch group and parent company as Omega. Own a watch made by the official timekeeper of the Tour de France.

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    SWISS ARMY

    Not every watch company can say they’ve set a flamethrower to their watch or even ran over a model with a tank, but Swiss Army can. Boasting the most durable watch in the world, Swiss Army is known to make great Swiss-made watches for a great price. MORE INFO


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    SEIKO

    “Seiko” translates to exquisite in Japanese. The first Seiko watch was introduced in 1924, but it’s creator has been in business since 1881 when he opened his first jewelry and watch store in Tokyo. Ever since then, Seiko has been a pioneer and leader in the watch industry. Competing with Citizen for the most recognized watch brand in the world, Seiko has introduced many different lines of watches. From its high end brand Grand Seiko to the second coming of the Astron, the world’s first GPS solar watch. MORE INFO


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    CITIZEN

    Founded in 1918, Citizen is one of the world’s largest producers of watches. Eco-Drive watches use a battery recharged by a solar panel hidden under the watch face. Citizen watches are also known for their atomic timekeeping. Watches with this technology can synchronize with radio clocks in Japan, North America, and Europe and will automatically select the correct frequency for doing so based upon location of home time zone. Citizen watches are also known for their reliability. A great company where you’re bound to find a watch you’ll love. MORE INFO


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    BULOVA

    Bulova was founded and incorporated in 1875 by Joseph Bulova, an immigrant from Bohemia. It was reincorporated under the name Bulova Watch Company in 1923, and became part of the Loews Corporation in 1979 and sold to Citizen at the end of 2007. In 1912, he launched his first plant dedicated entirely to the production of watches. The iconic visual style of his first popular advertising campaign made Bulova watches popular with the American public. But beyond the original style, precision and technological research also became an endless quest for Bulova. MORE INFO


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    MICAHEL KORS

    Just like Gucci, Michael Kors hardly needs an introduction. Owned by the Fossil group, Michael Kors doesn’t cut quality and solely rely on their aesthetically pleasing design. They use Japanese quarts movements that are second only to their Swiss-made counterparts. Michael Kors boasts affordable pricing while still providing the luxurious feel and appeal. MORE INFO


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    LUMINOX

    These watches have been chosen by the Unitied States Navy and Army as their official watch. Why? Because Luminox watches all have a powerless illuminating feature that lasts up to 25 years. Exposing the watch to a light source, a Luminox watch will light up many times brighter than the standard glow hour markers due to a special element. Also, Swiss-made, Luminox watches are incredibly reliable and tough. Able to withstand a SEAL’s daily routine, you can have no doubts in the reliability of this outstanding timekeeping device. MORE INFO


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    TORGOEN

    Every company has its own way of standing out from the crowd. And Torgoen’s niche is in aviation. This watch company claims to be the watch for the pilot, having many functions and dials for different time zones, measurements, and even compasses. Like the diver’s watch, the pilot’s watch has a classic design that Torgoen aims to be a new staple. Swiss-made, Torgoen timepieces are made with precision and fly at the top with their peers. MORE INFO