No more dead batteries. The solar-powered quartz movement of the Light-Wave Watch by Nixon is a timely stroke of genius, and eco-friendly with its recycled plastic case and comfy band made from recovered ocean trash. Good minimalist design and durability plus good planet stewardship equals a wonderful daily timekeeper.
Undone’s handsome dress watch spiffs up any outfit with its classical styling. The typeface on its creamy beige watch face and propeller-inspired hands pay tribute to vintage watch design, while its Seiko quartz chronograph movement and hardened K1 domed crystal make it anything but dated.
Fall means cooler weather and wearing jackets and hoodies with more pockets. And if you’re wondering what to fill those pockets with, Everyday Carry has the buying guide for you. It’s filled with a dozen great items, including wallets, pocket knives, flashlights, pens, and more. We love those wallets made from recycled fire hose.
This unique watch has a dial made with Titania Vanta Superblack, an arrangement of nanotubes that absorb 99.9% of visible light. It features a Swiss-made automatic movement, a 42mm stainless steel case in black or steel finishes, an anti-reflective sapphire glass crystal, and brightly glowing Superluminova markers.
This special-edition G-SHOCK watch was inspired by pro basketball player Rui Hachimura. Its copper-plated steel case shines, while its hands and secondary strap incorporate the national colors of the Republic of Benin, where Hachimura’s father hails from. Its case back wears the baller’s Black Samurai logo.
A great everyday watch featuring Timex’s renowned durability, quality materials, a rugged styling. It has a solar panel behind its face, which keeps it running even with indoor light, and is water-resistant to 50m. While we prefer the Fast Wrap strap, the watch is also available with leather or fabric straps, as well as a blue face.
Timex presents a solar-powered version of their timeless classic Expedition Scout wristwatch. The 40mm watch charges under any light with a 4-month power reserve and features easy-to-read numerals, a date window, and luminous paint for night reading. Available with a leather or fabric strap.
Craving some new gear for your pocket? Everyday Carry presents their monthly recap of the 10 products their readers loved the most. This month’s list includes an assortment of great knives, multitools, a zipper wallet, a retro calculator watch, and a tiny heavy-duty flashlight.
This supercar-inspired timepiece has a wandering hour display like the ones found on much more expensive watches. It has four rotating 3-digit arms that spin into place to display the current hour. It’s built on a modified MIYOTA 9015 movement and has a jumbo 46.5mm wide stainless steel case and Super Luminova markings.
Casio revisits its classic F-100 watch, which debuted in 1978, and is known as Ripley’s watch from Alien. The new version features a metallic case and band but preserves the original’s basic LCD screen and four front-facing buttons. It’s also coming in an awesome Pac-Man limited edition. The A100 series drops 8.2021.
This limited-edition G-SHOCK watch features a similar rainbow ion-plated finish to those on more expensive models, wrapped around a more basic liquid-crystal display. It has a stainless steel bezel, resin body, and a black urethane band. It’s shock-resistant and 200M water-resistant and has a bright EL backlight.
Meistersinger’s award-winning watch features a look that’s both distinctive and classic. It displays the time on a single hand and the date on a rotating wheel. It features a 43mm stainless steel case, a 25-jewel Swiss movement, and a domed sapphire crystal. Choose from textured leather, Milanese metal, or suede bands.
Everyday Carry looks back at the past month to see what kind of gear its readers clicked on the most. The top 10 items feature a great assortment that includes CRKT’s Techliner pen, Seiko’s SNE331 Solar military watch, along with some sweet pocket tools, a compact accessory bag, and more.
These vibrant and beachy sports watches feature a design inspired by the creatures that dwell deep in our seas. Both their cases and woven yarn straps are made from plastic waste that normally would have ended up clogging oceans. They have an Argonite 715 quartz movement and are water-resistant to 10 ATM.
Wilbur’s deluxe watches feature a bold design inspired by race cars. A 9-piece exoskeleton steel case holds a suspended automatic movement, and layers of sapphire glass and steel let you see through from its front to back. Available in stainless steel or DLC-accented special editions with black details.
The Swatch Space Collection features watches inspired by America’s space program. Launch comes in flight suit orange while Extravehicular is a patriotic white with red and blue accents. Both have a bioceramic case, a silicone strap, and a large multifunction dial. We also like the simpler blue and white Jumpsuit.
Timex teamed up with Blaine Halvorson’s MadeWorn to create this special timepiece based on their American Documents. This variant has a two-toned dial that splits day and night, a one-of-a-kind patina finish, and a rough-hewn leather band for a lived-in look. Each one is handmade in America with a quality Swiss movement.
Smartwatches are great, other than having to charge them. The Elektron watch aims to change that by capturing energy with a micromechanical generator. The watch works with a smartphone app to track activity, sleep, and heart rate data and is built into a handsome titanium case with bright Super-LumiNova markings.
Architect James Wines of SITE designed this unique series of watches with faces inspired by topographical maps. The design reveals its depth as light and shadow play across its layers. It comes in in monochrome grey and black models, along with a stainless steel variant directly from Projects Watches.
This limited-edition watch from Undone was created to celebrate 80 years of the Caped Crusader. It features a sandblasted titanium case, along with blue and green luminous elements including a glowing mini Bat-Dial. There’s also a more subtle and sophisticated Dark Knight edition available.
The name of this timepiece from Girard-Perregaux is a mouthful but it’s not nearly as complex as its mechanism. Designed in partnership with automaker Aston Martin, it incorporates the watchmaker’s classic Three Bridges design fabricated from titanium in a stealthy black DLC finish. Just 18 of the $146,000 watch will be made.
Watchmaker Citizen teamed up with Pixar Animation Studios to create this playful, yet clean-looking timepiece embellished with the iconic Pixar lamp and Luxo Ball, Jr. It features a navy blue dial, bezel, and leather strap with yellow stitching, and red and yellow accented hands.
This unique wristwatch from TokyoFlash Japan features a display inspired by an graphic equalizer. But instead of displaying audio frequencies and volume levels, its green dots light up to indicate the current time and date. The oversized watch uses an LED-backlit LCD panel to create the effect. Available with a black or silver case.
Pocket watches are the ultimate in gentlemanly timepieces. The Gotham railroad watch features a bold white-on-black face with easy to read numerals, a 49mm stainless steel case, and a scratch-resistant mineral crystal. It has a small second hand mechanism and includes a curb chain for attaching it to clothes.
Made from a newly-developed titanium alloy, this G-SHOCK has the durability we’ve come to expect, combined with a shiny metal design. This solar-powered model has a gold case with a multi-color link band and features a radio-controlled clock for accuracy, a stopwatch, a countdown timer, alarms, and a super-bright LED backlight.
Swiss watchmaker CODE41 presents a new series that builds and improves on their original designs. The Anomaly Evolution is more precise, has an increased power reserve, bright Luminova markers, 100m water resistance, a transparent back, and is 1.5 mm thinner than its predecessors. Pre-order through 5.27.2021.