- Mondaine MSE4010SM Evo2 Automatic Mens Watch$824.25 $1,099
- Mondaine A6603036016SBM Classic Unisex Watch$374.25 $499
- Mondaine A6603031416SBM Classic Unisex Watch$351.75 $469
- Mondaine A6603036016SBJ Classic Unisex Watch$344.25 $459
- Mondaine A6383035011SBB Simply Elegant Mens Watch$419.25 $559
- Mondaine MSE30210LC Big Date Womens Watch$351.75 $469
- Mondaine A4003035111SBC Simply Elegant Womens Watch$419.25 $559
- Mondaine MSE35110LB Evo2 Womens Watch$351.75 $469
Explore Swiss brilliance with Mondaine watches online & in store at Shiels.
Made and designed in Switzerland, Mondaine watches have engineering roots dating back to 1944. Iconic and irreplicable, the ‘Swiss Railways Clock’ dial design is a staple of elegant Mondaine craftwork.
Mondaine has always had strong ties to the Swiss Federal Railways. Their dial indicators resemble classic railway patterns, and their second hand pays homage to the red paddle Swiss train conductors would use to signal passengers.
Mondaine’s collection of automatic watches, stainless steel watches and leather watches are each uniquely their own. The classic ‘Swiss Railway’ dial makes an exquisite centrepiece for black watches and red watches, and you’ll find they’re a favourite in Shiels’ range.
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Mondaine watches have been designed and crafted in Switzerland since 1944. The Mondaine HQ is currently located in the Swiss city of Zurich.
Mondaine watches are made in both automatic and quartz movements.
Many of the Swiss brand’s watches are suitable for men and women. Mondaine design watches with elegance and bold style, fit for anyone.
A Mondaine Stop2Go watch has fascinating movement. The red second hand will reach 12 o’ clock in 58 seconds and stop for the final two, turning into the next minute precisely as the minute hand jumps. This creates an emphasis on the changing of the minute, and on the punctuality of the Swiss.