This black and white wristwatch serves as a reminder that time passes too quickly. The analog timepiece has intentionally blurry numbers to give the illusion of movement. It has a stainless steel case and sits on a black leather strap. It’s part of designer Jason M. Peterson’s Times collection for Projects Watches. Pre-orders save 20% for a limited time.
Istvan of Custom Watches World takes Casio’s AE-1200 digital watch and makes it much cooler. He modifies the watch with a negative LCD screen and heat treats its stainless steel bracelet for a variegated look. He also performs a hydromod, filling its interior with silicone oil for improved viewing angles. He also mods watches with custom color displays.
The Reclaim Ocean watch features a unique case made from plastics that were destined for the ocean. Created by Timex using Tide Ocean Material, the plastic is collected from coastlines by fishermen, then washed and shredded to make this sustainable material. The watch features an Indiglo light-up dial and a date window and is water-resistant to 30 m.
Timex rewound their time machine more than 50 years to bring us a pair of 1972 reissue watches, including this bold model with a large 43x39mm goldtone body, a burgundy dial, wide gold markers, and a date window. It has a stainless steel case, a quick-release leather strap and is water resistant to 50 meters.
Each year, forest fires have an untold impact on the ecosystem, property, and lives. Original Grain’s limited-edition Forest Fire wristwatches incorporate resin and reclaimed wood that was burnt in forest fires as a reminder of these devastating events. OG will plant a new tree for every watch sold. They also make a Forest Fire dog tag.
Casio and Pendleton created this special watch inspired by nature. It has a colorful cloth strap based on a Pendleton X4 pattern, while its face echoes the pattern and features a mountain-shaped mode indicator hand. The Pro Trek PRG-600 series watch packs temperature, barometric pressure, and altitude sensors, solar power, and dual LED illumination.
This murdered-out G-SHOCK GST-B400 looks fantastic. It has a black, ion-plated metal bezel and a durable Carbon Core Guard structure. It features a solar-powered analog/digital display, 200-meter water resistance, world time zones, multiple alarms, a stopwatch, and countdown timers. A dual LED light and Neobrite hands make nighttime viewing easy.
This series of G-SHOCK watches has a cool aesthetic inspired by Cyberpunk style. Each watch features gloss black bezels and bands, with either a rainbow vapor deposition face or accented with fluorescent primary colors. Available in GA-700, GA-2100, and GA-100 analog-digital, and DW-6900 pure digital models.
This nautically-inspired analog watch from Timex features a bold acid green face accented with a teal and black bezel. Its 43mm case is water-resistant to 100 meters and is set onto a stainless steel link bracelet. Its dial has luminescent hands and markers and an easy-to-read date indicator with a magnifying lens.
Take a journey into hyperspace every time you raise your wrist. This eye-catching, space-themed wristwatch from Xeric has a textured sunburst dial and luminescent stars that appear to be zooming past your wrist-ship’s domed crystal windshield. Its hands feature a different glowing hue to stand out among the stars.
Okkto’s watch celebrates 40 years of The Rocketeer. Its face and case are inspired by our hero’s iconic helmet. The crown mimics the red ignition button on his control gauntlets, while the leather strap has brass buttons like the ones on Cliff’s jacket. The limited edition includes a Rocketeer coin and a unique caseback.
The latest version of Timex’s retro T80 wristwatch features a gradient resin strap that coordinates perfectly with its face. It features a compact 36mm stainless steel case, and its LCD screen offers a stopwatch, alarm, and Indiglo backlight. Choose from Gold/Pink, Blue/Green, or Purple/Blue colorways.
If you’ve ever looked through the case back of a mechanical watch, you know they can be incredibly complicated inside. Jake from Animagraffs created this detailed 3D animation which shows how all of those intricate gears, axles, springs, and dials work together to accurately tell time without batteries or electronics.
To celebrate 40 years of G-SHOCK watches, Casio has rolled out this limited series of stainless steel timepieces. They’re made using a recrystallization and deep-layer hardening process, which gives them a unique, crackled finish. Choose from the full-metal GMW-B5000PG in silver or gold, or the DW-5040PG in a mottled matte black.
Maker W&M Levsha already created the tiniest barbecue we’ve seen. Now, he’s taken his miniaturization skills to the next level by building a tiny chess set that fits within a watch face. He had a bit of help from a laser engraver, but there was still plenty of precision craftsmanship required to pull off the feat.
One of the best pieces of gear to bring with you hiking, camping, fishing, or hunting is a GPS-capable device. And when you’re traveling light, a GPS watch is ideal. Everyday Carry picked eight of their favorite models, each capable of tracking your location and activity, with some packing weather, altitude, and health sensors.
Most analog watches have markers that glow in the dark. But the DX3 Plus from Ultimate Field Watch also has a glowing case. Its durable resin body is infused with phosphorescent material, so the whole thing glows in the dark. It has a 4-year battery life, 50 M water resistance, and sits on a Defender Drab nylon webbing strap.
Farer’s Lander IV features a beautifully-reflective sea-green sunray dial with highly legible digits and Super-LumiNova for nighttime visibility. It has a precise Sellita SW330-2 movement with a 56-hour power reserve, date functionality, and a see-through back. A luxurious St Venere leather strap completes the sophisticated look.
Casio celebrates 30 years of its Master of G FROGMAN with a special watch inspired by the tiny but deadly poison dart frog. The 200-meter diver’s watch has a carbon monocoque chassis, a red, black, and blue striped bezel, and a black dial with bold red markings. Its band is speckled with polarized ink to mimic the frog’s skin.
This limited-edition of the skeletonized Bell & Ross BR 05 watch looks fantastic with a warm golden hue across its face. Its multilayered approach lets you see through its sapphire crystal to its rhodium-plated mechanism. Just 500 of the watches will be made, with either a rubber strap or steel bracelet for $500 more.
Accutron’s 1960s Astronaut was the watch of choice for CIA agents working on the A-12 spy plane. This new automatic version does away with the finicky electric mechanism of the original and looks awesome in black and silver. It has a 56-hour power reserve, a sapphire crystal, and Super-LumiNova markings. Limited to 300 pieces.
After the end of each month, our pals Everyday Carry look back to see what gear their readers clicked on and engaged with most. The January 2023 list includes a mix of excellent accessories and tools, including the Timex Expedition Scout 40 watch and Leatherman’s teensy but useful Micra multitool.
Watch shop IFLW and The Dial Artist create customized timepieces by meticulously hand-painting their dials and markers. Among their collection of bespoke G-SHOCK models is this see through “Jellyfish” analog/digital watch with rainbow markings and bezel lettering. It also comes in black or full metal.