Hemel HFT20 – Basic Luxury Men’s Watches

Consumer Update

When you think of smartwatches, you mostly think of the gadgets and gizmos that come with them. Not to mention, we get caught up in the novelty of the gadget itself and tend to forget about how beautifully crafted they are.

Well, Hemel is on a mission to restore the importance of beautifully crafted timepieces. They set out to create a basic luxury men’s watch that combined an iconic heritage look of mid-century aviator’s timepieces.

Hemel’s goal was to create an affordable watch that also blends refinement with authenticity. Hemel stands the test of time and never goes out of style, especially with premium grade specs such as surgical grade steel and sapphire crystal.

Hemel’s newest watch and their best so far is the HFT20. Hemel is an homage to the original pilot chronographs and military pilots of the 1950s, this handcrafted timepiece will be an instant gift handed down for generations.

And though it’s aesthetic may be a throwback, Hemel uses modern movements without the need for continual maintenance. The watch comes with the option of 3 bezels – GMT, 60 minute, and standard. Each is accented by a matte black dial. The straps are just as impressive as they are made up cognac leather with a signed buckle and steel rivets.

When you purchase the HFT20, you have the option of giving 5% of your purchase to charitable foundations including Toys for Tots, Wounded Warriors and the Bob Woodruff Foundation.

If you wish to purchase your Hemel watch, you can do so by heading to hemelwatches.com.

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