Shinola's latest timepiece honors the station agents of the American railway system, who were tasked with keeping travelers on time, all the time. The new Station Agent Runwell Automatic has a look that evokes the style of classic watches from another era with its off-white luminescent coatings that are color-matched to the finish of aged radium on vintage watches. The watch itself features a 45mm polished stainless steel case and an automatic SW260-1 Sellita movement with a 38-hour power reserve, which can be viewed via the watch's exhibition window. This comes in a fire-treated wooden box and a custom brass badge. 

Available January 19th.

$1,450, shinola.com

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