There has been much said about the Movado Museum Watches. The design, made famous back in the 1960’s has remained on of the most popular and well recognized watch designs, to date. The Museum dial is one, which Movado has taken on many transformations, through out the years, and it is still a timeless part of their line. I didn’t realize, until recently, just how many different interpretations there were, of the Movado Museum Men’s watch. The Movado Men’s Classic Museum watch is offered in a vast array of colors and finishes. Here we go: This watch is made with a deep black dial and stainless-steel case and is matched with a black alligator leather strap. The Classic men’s also comes with an 18 carat gold plated case and black strap. This watch has a rich brown version, which is 18 carat gold plated and comes with a brown leather strap. These watches are all Swiss Quartz models, and water resistant to 99 feet. The Museum Men’s even has an all white model, complete with white leather straps. Of course, Movado made a solid stainless-steel Museum Watch. It features a black dial, and a highly polished steel link bracelet. And believe it or not, Movado even has a Museum watch, with numbers. The Movado Museum, who knew there were so many to choose from?