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Shinola conjurs colourful Crayola Detrola

The new Shinola Crayola Detrola features a yellow case and dial, a green strap and indices, and red detailing.

Swatch and Shinola produce watches for Pride Week

Swatch and Shinola show their support for the LGBTQ+ community with watches that raise awareness.

Flag drops on hotrod-inspired Shinola automatic chronograph

Shinola has distilled the essence of vintage American hotrods into its very first automatic chronograph wristwatch.

Shinola watch has clear case back and and small seconds subdial...

Shinola has added an exhibition case back and and small seconds subdial on a watch for the first time for its 2021 Station Agent...

Shinola sparks-up support for people convicted of cannabis-related crimes

Detroit-based watchmaker wants to help those convicted to rebuild their lives and strengthen their communities.

Smokey Robinson tribute watches cruisin’ into Shinola stores

Shinola has created a Smokey Robinson collection as the eighth installment in in its Great Americans Series of limited-edition watches.

Shinola names new CEO as Shannon Washburn is promoted from within

Currently Shinola's president, Shannon Washburn will take on the additional role of CEO with immediate affect. The promotion gives her a seat on the board, and she will report directly to Shinola founder Tom Kartsotis. 

Shinola CEO to leave company at end of the year

The news was announced on Friday that Tom Lewand would be leaving the Detroit-based manufacturer after three years

Shinola squares up with rectangular quartz Omaha family

The stainless steel family uses Argonite 1069 quartz movements and are assembled in Detroit with a smooth caseback that can be engraved and sapphire crystal protecting the enamel dials.

Shinola claims to have made The Official Watch of Something

The Official Watch of Something™ might sound like a gadget from Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, but is in fact the tag line for a fresh collection of watches called the Shinola Detrola.