Friday, 20 June 2014

Mark Ecko White Crystal watch The Deca E1206G1

I've wearing a bit of bling with today's watch, with something that is quite noticeable on your wrist.

Today's watch is by Mark Ecko (or mark eckō as it is on the logos). The Mark Ecko Enterprises company has been around since 1973 when it was started by Marc Ecko, Seth Gerszberg, and Marci Tapper. They have rooted the brand in graffiti and streetwear, and are now a globally recognised company with multiple brands. Their watches are aimed to be affordable takes on the latest styles in city life, street art, and youth culture.

From one of the sites I saw this on, it appears that the name of the watch is The Deca (-all of the Mark Ecko watches seem to have names, so I believe this). The model has a model number of E15026G1, and as it is a discontinued model, I assume it is from the 2000s.

It is a large watch with a solid stainless steel case and bracelet strap. The bling comes from the number of white crystals that are positioned around the edge of the watch, the edge of the dial, and between all of the hour markers (which are roman numerals). In the centre of the face is the dial with a 3 hand design on a silver square pattern with the Mark Ecko rhino logo at the 12 o'clock position. Inside is a Japanese quartz movement .

The original sale price varies between the sites I've found it on,  but appears to be around $150-199.

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