KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Just in time for the holiday season, Kansas City watchmaker Niall released two new watches today— one of which is their first ladies' watch— in their new Color Ways collection.
The Moon Drop watch is Niall's first ladies' watch, as well as the first to debut for the ladies' line in the Color Ways collection. It features a moon drop grape colored dial with sub-second and GMT sub-dials. The watch is 40mm in size, 80 grams in weight and has a 5ATM water rating. The Color Ways collection offers different interchangeable straps. The interchangeable straps for the Moondrop watch include python, white grain leather, grey leather, and camel colored leather. Pricing for the Moondrop watch begins at $3,950.
The first men's watch for the Color Ways collection is the Black Swan. The Black Swan features a custom black dial to match the color of a black swan and red accent colors on the dial above the hour markers. The watch is also 40mm in size, 80 grams in weight and has a 5ATM water rating. The interchangeable straps for the Black Swan watch include black leather or black alligator. Pricing for the Black Swan watch begins at $3,950.
As with Niall's other collections, the Color Ways collection is US-made with a Swiss movement. Niall's timepieces include Swiss Eterna movements with top quality, American-manufactured parts. Niall's cases and bezels are individually manufactured from a solid block of the highest grade, corrosion resistant 316L stainless steel and protected by Gorilla® Glass, a chemically-enhanced super glass with 2.5x greater break resistance than sapphire. The Gorilla® Glass was made for Niall in collaboration with Corning®.
The new Color Ways collection is available online and in Niall's flagship store in Kansas City, MO.
For more information about Niall, visit http://www.niallluxury.com/.
Founded in 2012 on the vision of building the next great American luxury brand, Niall is a Kansas City based watch company. Niall is one of the first companies to manufacture everything for their watches, except the movement, in the United States. The name Niall is drawn from the paternal lineage of founder Michael Wilson. In 2016, The Good Trade named Niall as the #1 watchmaker in America.