Since 1854, Timex has been producing quality timepieces, always putting their best foot forward in the watchmaking process, even making Mark Twain a fan along the way. They’ve made military wristwatches to assist American soldiers in World War I, providing them with the precision needed to prevail. By the 1950s, they arrived with the V-Conic, which is the first exceptional mass-produced wristwatch model. In 1984, Timex continued to lead the wristwatch space by creating the world’s first sports watch: the Timex Ironman. And, in 1992, the INDIGLO Night-Light was born, revolutionizing how people tell time in the dark. Time and again, this company has proven itself to be at the forefront of the watchmaking industry. Timex really needs no introduction, but they deserve every inch of a red carpet rollout.