Sped-up footage of the insanely complex Hautlence Moebius, a $250,000 timepiece that has a tourbillon movement that spins on a second axis as it moves. Hours are displayed on a turning chain, while minutes appear on the gauge at center. Here it is at normal speed.
The Ticwatch S (Sport) and E (Express) are the newest smartwatches from Mobvoi. The S has an integrated watchband with the GPS receiver inside the band for better reception, while the E has swappable straps. They both run Android Wear 2.0 and are water- and dust-resistant.
May might have come and gone, but there were some great products which surfaced during the month over at Everyday Carry that we thought were well worth sharing. Whether you’re looking for a watch, a wallet, a knife, or a fidget spinner, they’ll help you get kitted out.
Xeric expands its line with a sweet new series of timepieces. The right side indicates the time in 5-minute increments, while left-hand dials include a 24-hour display and a 60-second stopwatch. Available in round and square cases and a variety of leather and mesh straps.
Named for the first man ever in space, cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, this substantial 45mm wrist watch features a rotating image of earth in the middle, as viewed from above the North Pole, as well as both 12-hour and 24-hour dials. Winding provides a 31-hour power reserve.
Designed for legibility and accuracy, flieger or pilot watches are one of the most dependable ways to tell time. Everyday Carry rounded up the best pilot-style watches that are great whether or not you spend time in a cockpit. We want that Steinhart Nav B-Uhr Flieger.
The latest colorway in the rugged G-SHOCK line features a bold yellow accent color on its face, hands, and peeking out from the inside of the strap. We prefer the clean contrast of the GA100’s basic black dial to the camouflage print on the dial of the GA110. Drops 6/2017.
Watch collector-turned-artist Dan Tanenbaum customized Kidrobot’s iconic Dunny vinyl figure by attaching watch parts to its head and body. Each piece is a one-off and took 20 to 30 hours to complete. Most of them are sold out, but they’re priced like expensive watches anyway.
Originally released in the ’80s, this diving watch features designer Giorgetto Giugiaro’s trademark asymmetrical strap placement and a case grip to make it easier to rotate the bezel underwater. Available with a silver- or gold-coated case, each limited to 2,000 pieces.
Bell & Ross’ first square diving watch. The BR 03-92 Diver is water-resistant up to 1000ft. It’s also shock- and magnetic-resistant and has a unidirectional rotating bezel that can be used to time dives. It comes with a rubber strap with a buckle and a fabric strap with a Velcro closure.