Featuring a bold and substantial stainless steel case, the Street tells time using a spinning numeric disc behind its face instead of traditional hands. Available in orange/black or white/silver.
You might think pocket watches are a memento of olden days, but these wooden pocket watches are cool enough to dress up any 21st century outfit. Puts that tiny jeans pocket to good use, too.
The Zub 40 is designed to have easily replaceable straps to mix and match straps and watch faces. It also has a buckle that tucks the excess strap in, a godsend for those with skinny wrists.
Sometimes less is more, like this clean design with a military-inspired face, set into a stainless steel case with either a leather or canvas/leather-backed wristband. Water-resistant to 100m.
Simple yet striking, the Gauge wristwatch by Helson has a titanium case, a bronze bezel and a domed sapphire crystal. Available in one- and three-hand versions, each limited to 25 units.
An extra large watch with an bold and eye-catching colorway – glossy black resin band with a lustrous gold face. Has both analog and digital displays and the trademark G-Shock durability.
There’s something just right about the classic styling of these well-priced analog watches. From the military-style webbed band to the easy-to-read dial, every guy should have one for casual days.
This very special 2012 timepiece has a white gold case, tourbillon, perpetual calendar and chronograph. Limited to 10 units; a more limited edition of 5 diamond-set units will also be issued.
From Swiss watchmaker Pierre Junod and designer Fredi Brodmann comes a timepiece which dispenses with those pesky minutes, instead telling time in fractions of an hour. Limited to just 250 pieces.
Autodromo wristwatches are made by racing fans for racing fans. The watch faces are inspired by the gauges on the dashboard of 20th century European race cars. Available in five variants.