Awesome Watches

VAULT V2+ RCT Watch

VAULT V2+ RCT Watch

Swiss watchmaker VAULT expands its collection of artful automatic watches. The V2+ RCT features a 5-part chassis Fatcarbon’s Dark-Matter carbon composite, a layered 3D display with Super-LumiNova numerals, a titanium hour disc, an 18k gold-plated minute hand, and a salmon skin and ostrich leather strap.

Victorinox FieldForce Sport Chrono

Victorinox FieldForce Sport Chrono
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A bold, easy-to-read, and practical everyday wristwatch from Swiss Army knife maker Victorinox. The Swiss-made watch has chronograph, date, and tachymeter functions, and bright Super-LumiNova hands and digits. Its 42mm stainless steel case comes paired with a rubber strap or steel bracelet.

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Bell & Ross BR 05 Chrono White Hawk

Bell & Ross BR 05 Chrono White Hawk

Bell & Ross‘ limited-edition watch takes the typical high contrast look of aviation-inspired timepieces and turns it on its head. It features a satin-finished polished steel case with a matching strap, a silver opaline dial, and Super-LumiNova markers and hands. Its chronograph offers a 30 minute counter and a sweep-second hand.

NOVE Atlantean Divers Watch

NOVE Atlantean Divers Watch
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A Swiss-made wristwatch inspired by the mythical lost city of Atlantis. Combining a pearlescent abalone shell dial and Super Luminova markers, its display is legible in dark, undersea environments or at night on dry land. It’s water-resistant to 300 meters, and its automatic movement has a 40-hour power reserve.

G-SHOCK MTGB2000YBD1 Watch

G-SHOCK MTGB2000YBD1 Watch
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This high-end G-SHOCK watch has a lightweight monocoque chassis made from carbon-reinforced resin with a metal frame. Its bezel is laminated from sheets of carbon and glass fiber, its dials and case incorporate red accents, and its band combines carbon and metal for a great technical look. Pre-orders start 11.11.2021.

Timex Expedition Grid Shock Chronograph

Timex Expedition Grid Shock Chronograph
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This bold 50mm wristwatch has a reverse LCD screen and a durable resin case with a stainless steel bezel. Its functions include a countdown timer, military time mode, three time zones, hydration timer, and daily, weekday, and weekend alarms with sound and vibration. It’s also shock-resistant and water-resistant to 100m.

Eone Switch Tactile Watch

Eone Switch Tactile Watch

The Eone Switch is a wristwatch that doesn’t require vision to check the time. It uses two rotating ball bearings to indicate the current hour and minute, enabling those with visual impairments to tell the time with touch. This new model features interchangeable tactile faceplates and includes two in the package.

Rotar Revolving Watch

Rotar Revolving Watch

Most watches that ToykoFlash sells have digital displays, but the Rotar is pure analog goodness. It tells the time using a series of three revolving discs, which spin into view like the numbers on an old school car odometer. Choose from a black, bronze, gold, or silver face — limited time release price through 10.25.21.

G-SHOCK x Rick and Morty Watch

G-SHOCK x Rick and Morty Watch
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Hey kids, what time is it? It’s time to Get Schwifty! G-SHOCK teamed up with Adult Swim to create a limited-edition Rick and Morty watch. The DW5600RM21-1 has a black band with neon illustrations of the characters, a green and yellow portal dial, and a Rick and Morty EL backlight. Drops 10.26.2021 with a limit of 1 per household.

Jack Mason Solar Watch

Jack Mason Solar Watch
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Jack Mason’s solar-powered wristwatch has a vibrant purple and black face that sits beneath a sapphire crystal. Its 20mm black strap is made from recycled ocean plastic and has a Velcro closure. SuperLuminova numbers and hands make it easy to read in the dark, and its stainless steel case is water-resistant to 100 meters.

Undone x Kevin Lyons Monsters Watch

Undone x Kevin Lyons Monsters Watch
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Undone teamed up with artist Kevin Lyons to create this playful wristwatch decorated with Lyons’ goofy monsters on its face. It’s set into stainless steel case and paired with a blue suede strap. This 300-piece limited edition comes with an exclusive monster artwork, and both the watch and art are individually numbered.

G-SHOCK GMW-B5000TVA-1 Watch

G-SHOCK GMW-B5000TVA-1 Watch
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G-SHOCK’s limited-edition version of its GMW-B5000 wears “Titanium Virtual Armor,” laser-etched with blueprint-style text descriptions for a mech-inspired look. It has a metal case with diamond-like carbon coating, a sapphire crystal, Super Illuminator lighting, and Bluetooth connectivity. We love the red accents.

Timex T80 x Space Invaders Watches

Timex T80 x Space Invaders Watches
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8-bit gaming fans will dig these retro-style Timex watches with pixel artwork and sound effects from the arcade classic Space Invaders. They have an old-school green-gray LCD screen with Indiglo lighting and 24-hour chronograph, alarm, and month/day/date functions. Available in black, silver, or gold finishes.

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Restoring a Burnt Omega Watch

Restoring a Burnt Omega Watch

An Omega Seamaster watch can fetch $3000 to $5000, but we’re guessing it was sentimental value behind this time-consuming restoration of a Seamaster that was roasted beyond recognition by a fire. Watch Restoration vlog shared this incredibly satisfying footage of a master watch technician at work.

Nixon Light-Wave Solar Watch

Nixon Light-Wave Solar Watch
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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 Vintage Killy Watch

Undone Vintage Killy Watch
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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 2021 EDC Buying Guide

Fall 2021 EDC Buying Guide

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.

Chronotechna NanoDive Watch

Chronotechna NanoDive Watch

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.

G-SHOCK x Rui Hachimura GM-110RH Watch

G-SHOCK x Rui Hachimura GM-110RH Watch

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.

Timex Expedition Gallatin Solar Watch

Timex Expedition Gallatin Solar Watch
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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.

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Timex Expedition Scout Solar

Timex Expedition Scout Solar
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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.

Trending Gear: July 2021

Trending Gear: July 2021

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.

Atowak Ettore Drift Watch

Atowak Ettore Drift Watch

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 Vintage A100 Series

Casio Vintage A100 Series

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.

G-SHOCK GM5600SN-1 Rainbow

G-SHOCK GM5600SN-1 Rainbow
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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 Perigraph Watch

Meistersinger Perigraph Watch
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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.

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