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.
The Integralus by Art Lebedev Studio has a face that doubles as the closure, splitting into two when unlocked. It makes it easier to wear the watch, but hopefully not to accidentally take off as well.
The All Around the World from Mr. Jones has 8 hour hands, each in the form of a famous landmark, indicating the time in their respective cities. A red pigeon serves as the minute hand.
In keeping with VOID’s design aesthetic, the V01 LED remains unlit until the display button is pressed, highlighting the contrast of its metal case and the black crystal display. Discounted until 11/14.
The stylish Oakley Full Metal Jacket titanium watch comes with a removable single face that can be mounted on a pocket watch chain or used as a conventional wrist watch. (Thanks Dane!)
If you’re looking for the most practical timepiece, Nooka’s latest is not for you. But if you’re after eye-catching and unique accessories, the Zizm’s faceted crystal lens (and name) will do the trick.
Bell & Ross’ new Vintage WW1 collection was inspired by the “first wristwatches worn by pilots in the 1920s.” Each of the WW1 watches have a large fob-watch type diameter and a thin leather strap.
If you can’t afford a high-end watch, but you’re still looking for style and function, check out this Timex, with its fly-back 24 hour chronograph hands. Available in a variety of classic and modern looks.
Yvan Arpa for ArtyA comingled Swiss watchmaking and firearms with a bezel and inner dial like a target sight, six 6mm Flobert bullets suspended in the dial, and three 38mm cartridges on back.