Looking for some great gift ideas for the gear hound on your shopping list? Drop by Everyday Carry for a selection of the past month’s most popular tools, knives, watches, flashlights and more. That Surefire WristLight watch is so going on our wish list.
From luxury goods maker Montblanc and watchmaker Firstbeat, the Summit 2 packs an advanced digital running coach that makes recommendations to improve cardiorespiratory fitness, and much more. Features a unisex 42mm case, water resistance, and GPS tracking.
Garmin’s Instinct is for people looking for a durable and long-lasting smartwatch. It is resistant to shock, heat, and water. It lasts up to 16 hours while using the GPS, or up to 14 days in standby per charge. It also has preloaded activity profiles for exercising.
In celebration of Mickey Mouse’s 90th birthday, accessory maker Nixon has teamed up with Disney for a series of unique and playful wristwatches. We love the motion in Look Out Below, but our favorite is the brawler known as Dust Up. In a variety of sizes and designs.
A bold chronograph inspired by the instrument gauges on Ferrari’s famed thoroughbred sports cars. The 46mm watch features three inner dials, and a tachymeter bezel for calculating speed based on time. In Cherry Red or Electric Yellow. Save for a limited time at Massdrop.
While a watch face is an important part of its design, its strap is often just as critical in its look. Our friends at Everyday Carry offer up a selection of fabric, rubber, and metal straps to freshen up your favorite watch, or to update that one you left sitting in the drawer.
For lovers of G-SHOCK watches who want even more substance, the G-STEEL GSTB100XA-1A is the one to wear. The solar-powered watch features a steel case, sapphire crystal, carbon fiber bezel, bright LED lighting, and Bluetooth connectivity for internet synchronized time.
These automatic wristwatches feature an array of 61 tritium micro gas tubes around their perimeter which makes them glow brightly in the dark. Each timepiece is designed for durability and everyday wear, with a sapphire crystal and water resistance to 100m/330ft.
EVO’s chunky men’s wristwatch has slick looks, with its 12-hour and 24-hour analog displays and small LCD screen. While it’s not likely to be the most premium timepiece you’ve ever worn, it’s definitely one of the coolest designs we’ve seen at this crazy low price point.
G-SHOCK’s GA110CR-7A preserves its sturdy shock-resistance and practicality, while lightening its look with a lucite-inspired see-through case. Its semi-transparent materials were inspired by the ocean, and G-SHOCK’s support of coral reef non-profit Aqua Planet.
The Nixoid and Glower watches use nixie tubes found in military warehouses in Ukraine. They have silicon straps and cases for an eye-catching casual look. The Nixoid has a 55mm diameter while the Glower has a 49mm diameter. Both last up to 20 days per charge.
While there’s something to be said for pricey limited-edition watches, Timex has a reputation for producing high quality time pieces that are still affordable. Go inside the Timex factory in Cebu, Philippines for a look at how they make so many watches, while still making them well.
A well-priced alternative to pricey single-hand wristwatches, its looks are an exercise in modern minimalism, but its dial has enough detail to tell time in 5-minute intervals. It has a black stainless 46mm case, a black calfskin strap, and a Japanese quartz movement.
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