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The History of Tommy Hilfiger In 1969, Tommy Hilfiger began his retail career while still in high school with $125 and 20 pairs of bell-bottom jeans. This entrepreneurial spirit mixed with raw talent led him to establish a small chain of retail stores, where he designed the clothes people wanted but could never find. In 1985, Hilfiger introduced his signature collection of menswear.
Since its inception, the Tommy Hilfiger brand has been built on a powerful design philosophy: Adding fresh, new perspective to traditional, all-American stylings. This approach proved so compelling, that in less than two decades, the Company grew from a single line into a global business encompassing a wide range of products. From menswear and womenswear to licensing agreements in accessories, footwear, fragrance and more, Tommy Hilfiger has become a fashion icon.
Tommy Hilfiger Watches – Classic, American, Cool It was only a matter of time before Tommy Hilfiger took on the world of watches. Inspired by his father who worked 42 years as a watchmaker in the jewelry business, Tommy Hilfiger was driven to design his own watch collection. Putting his extraordinary talents and infallible fashion instincts to the test, Tommy Hilfiger stepped into the role of watch designer. His goal was to offer the precise, reliable performance of a quality timepiece as well as the classic American style for which his sportswear was so well known. Hilfiger set out to create fashion watches of unmistakable style and exceptional value, and that’s exactly what he did.
In 1999, Tommy Hilfiger entered into an exclusive, ongoing licensing agreement with Movado Group, Inc. for the well known watch company to design, manufacture and distribute Tommy Hilfiger Watches worldwide. Meticulously designed to complement the Tommy Hilfiger lifestyle and brand aesthetic, the launch collection combined a cool, classic sophistication with quality craftsmanship.
Today’s Tommy Hilfiger watches remain true to the brand’s original design concept. Sporting a traditional American style with a modern twist, the latest Tommy Hilfiger watch collection ranges from stainless steel chronographs and multi-eye models, to chic designs with genuine diamonds, reversible bands, iconic Tommy Hilfiger detailing like plaid etching, and signature Tommy Hilfiger fabrics and colors.
General Information and Care Tommy Hilfiger watches have been developed with meticulous attention to quality, function and detail.
Battery Information A Tommy Hilfiger quartz analog watch has a 1.55-Volt silver-oxide battery. It is specially designed for watches and will last approximately 18-36 months under normal use.
NOTE: Frequent use of special functions, like the stopwatch timer on chronograph models, may shorten battery life.
Water Resistance All Tommy Hilfiger watches meet international standards for water resistance to 3 ATM, so faucet spray or rain won’t damage them as long as the case, crown and crystal remain intact.
DO NOT press the push-buttons on a chronograph model when the watch is under water, or it will not remain water resistant.
NOTE: We recommend that you do not get your leather strap wet. Exposing leather to water can cause premature wear and deterioration.
Tommy Hilfiger Watches Limited Warranty Tommy Hilfiger Watches (THW) warrants to the original consumer that his/her watch will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of ten (10) years in the US and Canada, or two (2) years in Europe, Asia and Latin America, from date of purchase. During this period, the watch movement will be repaired or the watch will be replaced (at the sole discretion of THW) free of charge, if it proves to be defective in material or workmanship under normal use.
This limited warranty does not cover batteries, straps, gold-plating, scratches or any damage arising from normal wear, accidents or misuse, or from any alteration, service or repair performed by any party other than the Tommy Hilfiger Watch Company or one of its Authorized Service Centers.
Quality Materials: Men’s 44 mm gold ionic-plated steel case with stick markers on a brown leather strap
Quartz Multifunction: It’s a battery-powered watch that sends energy through a quartz crystal. Is typically built into three separate dials for the day of the week and date of the month
Durable Mineral Crystal: Made from glass and protects watch from scratches