Our focus at ProfessionalWatches.com is primarily entry level to high-end mechanical watches, however, once in a while a quartz watch catches our eye. In this case, the ZIIIRO Mercury. It is a very affordably priced quartz timepiece, yes. But more importantly, it has a unique way of telling time.

“The tip of the inner swirl represents the current hour, while the outer swirl displays the minutes, with a continuous gradient movement showing the passing through time.”

This is fashion watch (a category we rarely cover), still, there is at least a decent Japanese Miyota 1L-26 quartz powering it, so it should be reliable. The case is stainless steel (40 mm in diameter by 8 mm thick) and is treated with a matte PVD finish. The glass is a hardened mineral crystal and the caseback is polished stainless steel. Water-resistance is 30 meters. Learn more HERE.

Posted by:Jason Pitsch

Jason Pitsch is the Founder of Professional Watches. He specializes in reporting on the watch industry and is interested in continually learning about all aspects of watchmaking craftsmanship, history, and design.