Posted on March 12 2015
We have been very busy in the beginning of 2015 in bringing a handful of new products and improvements to market. We were fortunate enough to be recognized by Ian Altman of Forbes who wrote a great piece on our process and business in his syndicated blog. At Smith & Bradley we are never content to stand still, and are constantly tweaking, upgrading, and re-configuring our product offerings so as to provide the maximum amount of value to our customers. We encourage any Smith and Bradley owner to contact us at any time with questions or comments regarding our present designs or even ssuggestions for future designs. Further, we want to encourage all Smith & Bradley owners to submit to us your favorite watch pictures which we will publish on our website and across social media. Check out some of our newest reviews including a mention from the folks at Good Trade listing us as one of the top American watch brands.
We have upgraded and changed the colors of our unique NATO straps which we are now offering in 20 and 22 millimeter widths in classic black, green, and brown. These straps are the perfect complement to the all of the Smith & Bradley watches. Additionally, we have reduced the price on these durable and wearable straps as well.
The Sans-13 now can come equipped with a PVD coated stainless steel bracelet. Based on the feedback from our customers, we designed this bracelet specifically for the Sasn-13 watch, and it will not fit any other watch as it has tolerances specifically for the Sans 13. Stainless steel bracelets can also be purchased separately for existing watches.
Calling on the versatility and then let's design possibilities in body by the Atlantis, we are offering a truly unique buying process with the Atlantis custom experience. You now have the opportunity to design your watch from the ground up. With the Atlantis case as a starting point customers are welcome to come to our shop for design consultation and a barbecue lunch and hammering out the details of their one of a kind timepiece. Wrist watch review wrote a very nice piece on the process.