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Ed Hardy Watches, Parts and Accessories

Ed Hardy watches, parts and accessories reflect Don Ed Hardy's love of tattoo art, for which he has become a well-known figure within the modern tattoo industry. Unique in design, watches of this kind feature imagery with an edgy, rock 'n' roll twist that's as mesmerising as it is recognisable.

Ed Hardy Watches - Design

Ed Hardy watches come in an array of designs but each accessory is instantly recognisable thanks to its tattoo-inspired artwork which has become synonymous with this watch brand. Everything from tigers and dragons, to skulls and roses are cleverly portrayed in Don Ed Hardy's signature styles and it's not uncommon to find watches, which also feature the designer's name in an elaborate font, enhancing the branding of each watch.

Ed Hardy watches for men and women differ slightly. Women's Ed Hardy watches tend to have a more slender strap, which is often adorned with studs.

Ed Hardy Watches - Display

As well as being visually pleasing in terms of imagery, Ed Hardy watches also have a clear analogue display which is easy to read despite the elaborately decorated dial. Numbers, Roman numerals or tick markers represent time intervals. Many of the watches, including the yellow Watch Speeder, also have a dual-time chronograph. Ed Hardy watches are typically waterproof up to varying depths.

Ed Hardy Watches - Materials

As stainless steel is strong, durable and waterproof it is the ideal material for watchmaking. Many of the Ed Hardy watches feature stainless steel components including straps, buckles and casings which ensure these accessories last for as long as possible. Straps can also be made from silicone, rubber, synthetics or leather. The inner quartz mechanics are protected by hardened mineral crystal.

Watch Parts and Accessories

Ed Hardy watches are available in their entirety, but it's also possible to buy individual parts and accessories such as straps or watch faces that require a little bit of repair work.

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