Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer collaborated with Intel to develop a smartwatch that doesn’t look like a geek toy. It features a round touchscreen display running Android Wear, and a titanium case. It offers realistic faces, with information displays neatly integrated into the dials.
A set of affordable quartz analog watches. Pick from five different dial materials – two wood, two ceramic and one gold – and five colors for its interchangeable leather NATO straps. Its retail price will start at $165, so Kickstarter early adopters get a great deal.
This elegant, limited-edition timepiece features a striking blue face, set into a unisex-friendly 39mm stainless case, and covered with an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. Its movement is Swiss-made, self-winding and automatic, and has a date calendar function.
Filson’s latest watch collection was inspired by the form and function of WWII aviator’s watches. Each one has a large 45.5mm dial, a Shinola Argonite quartz movement, a sapphire crystal, and rated to 20 ATM. Available with Bridle or Horween leather straps.
This military style watch features a black ion-plated stainless steel case with a gun-grip material bezel. Luminous hands make it easy to read at night. Comes with four Cordura camo watchbands and a rugged storage box.
A diving watch inspired by aircraft instrument gauges. The COURG has a titanium case, sapphire crystal cover, Seiko NH-35A movement that draws power from your movements with a 41h reserve and a leather or nylon strap.
Covair’s versatile timepiece includes easily swappable faces and bands which snap into place in seconds. The starter kit includes a stainless watch case, white and grey watch faces, and a stainless, brown leather and grey nato straps.
Watches with an upscale look that won’t break the bank, Hemera’s stainless steel timepieces have a sporty style, with bold face colors that complement the stitching on their leather bands.
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