Timex Giorgio Galli S1 Automatic Limited Edition is a luxury watch for less

Giorgio Galli S1 Automatic 38mm watch on a black background

Timex has issued a limited edition of the Giorgio Galli S1 Automatic 38mm. Conceived by Giorgio Galli, the brand’s Milan-based design director, this black dial gold case edition follows the S1 Automatic 38mm released a year ago.

Dressy but not ostentatious, this elegant update is a luxury timepiece priced at less than you might imagine. It features the same reliable Miyota 9039 automatic movement, with a 42-hour power reserve, enlivened by a striking and gold-tone watch case with double-domed sapphire crystal.

A synthetic red Sapphire stone is set in the dial face.

Each Giorgio Galli S1 Automatic 38mm Limited Edition is numbered 1-500. 

Features include an exhibition back and durable synthetic rubber strap, the latter adding a sporty aspect to its character…

Other features of note include an exhibition back and durable synthetic rubber strap, the latter adding a sporty aspect to its character. It’s water resistant to 50 Metres. The 38mm case should suit wrists both large and small.

 Available now from, this limited edition is priced at £475.

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