This latest limited edition Choco Chrono from Dan Henry has old school looks. Featuring a distressed leather strap, chocolate brown dial, plus details like the onion crown. It has that vintage `tropical dial’ look about it, which helps this model stand out from the crowd. There’s some french script and a splash of red on the dial as well, which definitely adds that bit of extra visual punch. Those gold syringe style hands, plus gold numerals, are a neat touch.
Upgraded from a previous Dan Henry Choco Chrono model, this one features a anti-reflective sapphire crystal too. It’s a handsome quartz chronograph, powered by the trusty Miyota movement, with a smooth second sweep, it comes with a NATO strap, plus watch roll.
The measurement conversion tables on the caseback and big beefy chrono pushers, all add a tool watch vibe. It’s limited to 1939 pieces by the way, so not super rare. At $270 it isn’t expensive, so if you’re looking for an Indie alternative to a mainstream quartz chrono, this could fit the bill.
On sale now at Dan Henry watches USA.