What's on Your Wrist: Hancock's Daniel Dunko

Whether it's flashy or unassuming, you can tell a lot from a man's watch. Here, we bring you a glimpse of horological inspiration from a top tastemaker. In this edition: a raincoat visionary's auto-inspired timepiece.

Whether it's flashy or unassuming, you can tell a lot from a man's watch. Here, we bring you a glimpse of horological inspiration from a top tastemaker. In this edition: a raincoat visionary's auto-inspired timepiece.

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The Subject: Daniel Dunko, Founder of Hancock 1843

The Watch: Dunhill RPM Chronograph

The Details: "While at a private Alfred Dunhill event some time ago, I spotted this chronograph, with its deep multi-faceted side wall made to resemble a speed dial of an old Jaguar. I love the shape, the weight, and the large rectangular side-push buttons. This is my everyday sturdy work watch! I feel the same way about this watch as I did when I bought it 12 years ago."

—Eugene Tong (@DetailsEugene), senior style editor at Details

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