If there’s someone making their presence duly noticed in the watch industry, it’s MVMT.

These guys have been everywhere: social media, magazines, blogs, – everywhere. But what makes them so good that people seem to love them?

To start, let’s first discuss how MVMT was born. Every good thing comes from being born first.

They first made their launch in 2013. MVMT, short for Movement, was founded by two men who were dropouts from college. They were 21 years old when they started the brand.

Their goal was to offer luxury-quality watches without the steep price. And so they did. Today, this 7-yr old brand has been coming up with sunglasses and accessories along with watches.

Inspired by dreamers and innovators, the design philosophy about is on-trend, minimalist but daring, and superior-quality line.

All the compliments, praises, and huge following, does it ACTUALLY deliver?

It does! We’d be lying if we say it didn’t.

There’s a lot you can choose from according to watch style or your color preferences. But on this list, I gathered one of the best silver MVT watches for men. Why silver though?

Because silver is humble but silently strong, and it suits everyone. Subjective, but still kinda true.

MVMT Men’s Minimalist Vintage Watch

From their Classic line…

This watch’s elegance and minimalism are eternal. If you’re a simple guy who wants something simple but beautiful timepiece, look no further.

This Japanese analog watch features a 44 mm diameter, 24 mm band width, a hardened mineral crystal case with 9 mm thickness, silver hands and markers, black second hand, and white dial.

It is all-silver goodness except for the second hand.

  • Miyota Quartz
  • Interchangeable band
  • Durable stainless steel
  • Hardened mineral crystal window
  • Water-resistant up to 30 m
  • I didn’t find any

MVMT Men’s Slim Minimalist Vintage Watch

From their Revolver collection called Opar…

It’s the best of both vintage and contemporary styles. The bands are designed to go under so the lugs are visible. A navy blue dial and stainless steel silver band, bezel, and lugs color scheme never goes out of style.

This Japanese analog watch has a 41 mm diameter, 20 mm band width, a hardened mineral dome crystal case with 11 mm thickness, silver hands and barely-there markers, no second hand, white subdial, and blue dial.

The dome crystal window case makes it even more attractive. And by the way, this is an MVMT bestseller.

  • Great casual watch
  • 2-hand Miyota Quartz movement
  • Stainless steel band
  • Domed hardened mineral crystal window case
  • Water-resistant up to 50 m

MVMT Men’s Chronograph Watch with Analog Date

From their Chrono line…

Minimal but bold and valiant. This watch looks and feels gallant. You’ll have all the confidence when you wear this (this is how I feel).

The simple stainless steel silver band with silver crown and pushers encase an elevated blue dial with 3 subdials with no markers, 3-hand movement, barely-there hour markers all in silver, and a tiny date window.

This Japanese analog watch features a 40 mm diameter, 21 mm band width, a hardened mineral crystal case with 10 mm thickness, 6 silver hands and barely-there markers, white subdial, and blue subdials and dial.

It definitely gives off that simple but strong masculinity.

  • 24-hour clock, 30-minute timer, and 60-second timers
  • Hardened mineral crystal window case
  • Battery-powered
  • Water-resistant up to 50 m
  • Didn’t find any

MVMT Men’s Watch According to Style

40 Series

This line features 40 mm case diameter watches that are sophisticated and refined. All hour markers are lines as well as the second markers.

They’re perfect for everyday wear.


This is their original timepieces in 45 mm diameter. It’s the minimalist line. You’ll see nothing else on the dial except the hour markers (lines), hands, and a tiny date stamp.

They can be used for casual wear, formal, and semi-formal.


This collection features 40 mm hexagonal watches with a stainless steel unibody. The case is circular and in the dial are the logo, linear hour markers, and 2 hands.

These watches incline more on the dress watch category, only they’re bigger.

Arc Automatic

This is the brand’s flagship line. It exudes simple luxury on all counts. The case windows themselves look amazing. On the dial are linear and dot hour markers, shorter seconds marker, 3 hands, and a date stamp.


This collection is the classic line made bolder and sharper in detail. The date windows are made angular while the case diameter made shorter at 43 mm.


A collection of 39 mm watches inspired by Los Angeles’ glam and street style in one. And I agree. I think this looks great as a dress watch and a casual watch.


This collection is inspired by the 1960 American automobiles. The 47 mm watches have a chronograph and running seconds in 2 separate subdials.


Features 40 mm or 45 mm bold but minimal watches with 3 subdials for the 24-hour clock, 30-minute timer, and 60-second timer.

Element Chrono

A 44 mm Chrono watch made even bolder by making the subdials sunken in the dial.


This line is a collection that combines 50s vintage style and modern design. All have 1 subdial also in a concave form with dome glass.


These 41 m watches are built for the outdoors with their numbered hour markers for easy time reading plus a 10 ATM water-resistance.


Inspired by travel, this line features 42 mm watches that are elegant, simple but hold a statement. They are water-resistant at 10 ATM.


Is an MVMT watch worth it? Of course, it is! Everything they produce just exudes quality and style.

You have a lot of watches to choose from too! There are 12 styles or collections you can choose from, each having a unique quality to them. You have a choice of strap color too.

Their customer service is superb. Not many watch companies give this much of a thought but they do, which is awesome!

Overall, would I keep purchasing from them and will support them. This is a great brand with great vision and time and time they always deliver. I can’t wait for what they have to offer in the future.