Red Monkey watches worn in range of TV shows

First published: 04-10-2010

Watch fans looking to purchase a timepiece that has a celebrity feel to it may want to look at a model by Red Monkey.

The Armada GT watch has already appeared in a number of highly-popular television programmes, Watch ID has reported.

For example, Carlos Bernard donned the timepiece when he made an appearance as Tony Almeida in the seventh series of 24, while Miles – played by Ken Leung – sported the piece during his appearances on Lost.

The size of the watch when it is worn on the wrist should make it easy for timepiece fans to spot the model when viewing either show, as the leather band measures in at an impressive width of 5.7 centimetres.

Its case then seems to lie on top of this leather, with a lot of features appearing within its white dial, including a domed-style look and a day and date function too.

TV programmes are not the only place where Red Monkey watches have proven popular, having big named stars such as Jennifer Aniston and Jack Black as fans.
 

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