The Vinton, named after a neo-classical building in Detroit's Financial District, effortlessly exudes modern sophistication. Designed with a silhouette that flows together seamlessly—from the dial to the case to the bracelet—this timepiece embodies a versatile style and comfortably fits on the wrist. Featuring a white mother of pearl dial, engravable caseback and a stainless steel two-toned bracelet, this 38mm Vinton is a timeless classic that you'll never want to leave home without.
This high-accuracy quartz movement—hand-assembled in Detroit with 43 components—drives the hours, minutes, seconds and calendar aperture function with precision. It is built in Detroit with Swiss and imported parts.
SOLID STAINLESS STEEL CASE
This polished stainless steel case looks great at every angle. Designed specifically with personalization in mind, the caseback features a smooth surface, perfect for engraving—whether to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, retirement or just to add a special touch. The case also features a pumpkin crown with a modern twist and double-domed sapphire crystal. Sapphire is second only to the diamond in hardness, helping protect the watch from scratches.
WHITE MOTHER OF PEARL DIAL
Exhibiting a vintage charm, this white mother of pearl dial features applied, gold-toned Arabic numerals and a refined minute track. Additional highlights include a calendar aperture at the 3 o’clock marker and Super-LumiNova hands in gold tones.
STAINLESS STEEL BRACELET
Crafted from alternating brushed and polished stainless steel, the three-link bracelet adds refinement to this 38mm Vinton. It features a fold-over buckle with micro-adjustment capabilities to ensure a secure fit. It's also removable, making the timepiece customizable with the purchase of an additional strap.
A WOODEN BOX TO TREASURE
Built from premium wood, every Shinola watch box is designed to last for generations.
Dial Color Detail
Mother of Pearl
Mother of Pearl
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