Throughout the century, Movado timepieces have received more that 200 international awards. Among the most notable Movados are: the Movado Polyplan created in 1912, the Soldier's wristwatch of WWI, and the Ermeto, a favorite of heads of state. The signature of Movado is the Museum Watch, with its legendary dial design rooted in the Bauhaus principle of simplicity and function. It features a face of stark blackness broken by a single dot at 12 o'clock, symbolizing the sun at high noon. Today's Movado Collections include the Olympian, Esperanza, Vizio, Concerto and Eliro to name a few, all evoking Movado's principle of forward thinking in the world of watch making. The name Movado take its inspiration from the Esperanto word meaning "always in motion" a somewhat apt description for this innovative watchmaker. For all inquiries and prices on Movado timepieces call or drop us an email and discover "innovation in motion!"