Every man needs a little variety in his life, except when they needlessly panned the executive producers backing My Giant -- Gheorghe Muresan is too big to ignore! Slapping variety on your wrist, Vestal Watches
Outta SoCal, Vestal categorically refuses to craft hand-clocks that conform to any specific aesthetic, and instead chooses to drop collection after collection of timepieces that range so wildly in look and material, they almost can claim that they "fine-tune style and expression for the musically inspired individual" with a totally straight face. On the playful side of the spectrum, there's the lime green n' yellow Datamat calculator watch (with its understated digital display and oversized buttons that harken back to the 3rd grade), while the serious side's got the dangerously stealthy, black brushed steel Monte Carlo -- a futuristically rectangular beast with sharp, minimal analog and digital date/time dials that, at the push of a button, glow pale green, like Ecto Cooler before the FDA got all
lime lame. Somewhere in between falls the squarish Chronicle, with numbers n' hash marks that evoke an old school stop watch, and the bulky-but-sweet, guitar neck-inspired Rosewood, with its small aviation-style analog face oddly placed off to the side of a body composed of several interlocking pieces of rosewood, which is used in chess sets, poker sets, and movie sets starring a super racist Jon Voight.
Perhaps the most conventional piece is the polished steel ZR-3, with elegant white minute/second hands, and a gloss black bezel that encircles a cream face of average size -- you can think of it as "My Normal Sized Guy", just don't pitch it to Castle Rock.