Movado ESQ 07301424 Men's Fusion Round Multi-Eye Stainless Steel Watch

Sale price $99.99 Regular price $495.00

An exciting marriage of modern and traditional design, this handsome watch is just his style. This men's ESQ Movado Fusion watch features a round dark blue dial with silver-tone hands and markers, a date display at the 12 o'clock hour and orange accented dual-time sub-dials in a 43.2mm stainless steel case.

The reliable Swiss quartz movement ensures accurate time keeping. This watch is water-resistant to 30 meters and the polished stainless steel link bracelet secures with a deployment clasp. 


  • Brand: ESQ by Movado
  • Series: Fusion
  • Model: 07301424
  • Gender: Men's
  • Style: Casual
  • Packaging: Ships in a custom gift box
  • Movement: Swiss Quartz
  • Dial Type: Analog
  • Dial Color: Blue
  • Crystal: Scratch Resistant Material
  • Hands: Silver-tone
  • Second Markers: Minute Markers around the outer rim
  • Sub Dials: Two - 60 Minute and 12 Hour
  • Bezel: Fixed
  • Case Size: 43.2 mm
  • Case Thickness: 10.5 mm
  • Case Material: Stainless Steel
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Case Back: Solid
  • Crown: Pull / Push
  • Band Material: Stainless Steel
  • Band Width: 22 mm
  • Clasp: Depoyment with Push Button
  • Water Resistance: 30 meters / 100 feet
  • Calendar: Date display appears at the 12 o'clock position
  • Functions: Chronograph, Date, Hour, Minute, Second
  • UPC: 885997047401

​About Movado

Achille Ditesheim was 19 years old when he founded Movado in 1881, in the village of La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. The young entrepreneur’s dream was to cultivate a watch brand that was bold, timeless and inspired. As Movado’s technical expertise grew, the company achieved its first milestone: the 1912 Polyplan. One of the most famous Movado watches, the 1912 Polyplan features a revolutionary, patented movement built on three planes to fit a curved, ergonomic case. What followed was a series of timepieces that would make the brand a household name, including the celebrated Movado Museum watch with its legendary single-dot dial, the first watch dial ever to be selected for the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.​