THE BEST Watches

SmokeJumper GMT Watch

SmokeJumper GMT Watch

The National Smokejumper Association’s official timepiece, the SmokeJumper GMT Worldtime features three time functions and silver or black colorways; 1% is donated to the NSA.

JLC MC Extreme LAB 2

JLC MC Extreme LAB 2

An eyeful and a mouthful, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master Compressor Extreme LAB 2 is the first multifunction watch with magnetic shielding; it sports a ceramic bezel and titanium alloy case.

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Hublot King Power Alinghi

Hublot King Power Alinghi

Hublot’s King Power Alinghi watch packs on the black; it features a 48mm black ceramic case, black rubber strap, matt black counters, black nickel indices, and black SuperLuminova.

KPM Watch 001

KPM Watch 001

Oregon-based watchmaker Keaton Myrick’s KPM Watch 001 isn’t for sale, but is a sign of beautiful things to come: it sports a 42mm 316L stainless steel case with sapphire front and back.

G-Shock GA-100/100A

G-Shock GA-100/100A

Casio updates its classic Three Eye design with the G-Shock GA-100/100A series; it sports one analog and two LCD round dials, two square LCD dials, and a large main analog display.

Concept: Artime Watch

Concept: Artime Watch

Like something Optimus Prime would wear, Design by 8’s Artime watch concept features small plates that reshuffle, pulse, and move according to the wearer’s body rhythm.

HM2 Sapphire & Titanium

HM2 Sapphire & Titanium

MB&F’s HM2 20.DSTL.B watch breaks the bank with ultra-premium everything: limited to 25 pieces, the entire top case is made out of sapphire while the bottom is made with titanium.

Vestal Zeppelin ZR3

Vestal Zeppelin ZR3

Bold, black, and bare of any numerals or indices, Vestal’s ZR3 is a minimalist redo of its giant Zeppelin ZR3 line; it sports a blacked-out 52mm stainless steel case and 3-link band.

Sticky Bomb Watch

Sticky Bomb Watch

Loosely based on the MIL-W-46374, Vestal’s imaginative Sticky Bomb Watch features a 36mm stainless case and a giant velcro-buckle 53mm wide canvas strap with anti-glare cover.

HD3 Black Pearl Watch

HD3 Black Pearl Watch

Avast, a steampunk pirate’s watch: HD3’s Black Pearl Watch is perfect for the modern swashbuckler, with sextant-style minutes, compass rose case back, and a Jolly Roger hatch.

Moana Pacific Diver

Moana Pacific Diver

Limited to 500 pieces, NZ-based Magrette’s Moana Pacific Diver is a 50s-style diving watch; it features 500m water resistance, double-domed sapphire, superluminova, and a Miyota movement.

Concept: 2Oct2031 Watch

Concept: 2Oct2031 Watch

We really shouldn’t like Tao Ma’s 2Oct2031 concept watch; it’s tough to tell time on and it could probably kill you with its edges, but it’s one sweet look into the future–2031, to be exact.

K29 Chrono 8003 Watch

K29 Chrono 8003 Watch

Welder’s K29 Chrono 8003 goes monochrome: three watches in one, it sports three Miyota movements, a 50mm black matte steel case, white hands/indices and 100m water resistance.

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Stanley LED Torch Watch

Stanley LED Torch Watch

The Stanley LED Torch Watch is definitely goes in our “Why not?” gadget bin for sheer multifunction goodness; it’s a timepiece, an alarm, a mini-LED flashlight, and timer all-in-one.

DIY: Makerbot Watch

DIY: Makerbot Watch

It ain’t no Swiss movement, but the Makerbot Watch is the ultimate wrist-mounted geek accessory; it’s build-it-yourself Arduino-driven timepiece that uses concentric LEDs to tell time.

CEO Tonneau Watch

CEO Tonneau Watch

Don’t let the rose gold accents fool you; TW Steel’s CEO Tonneau is a man watch through and through, with an edgy 316L stainless steel case, leather strap, and hex rivets.

Cricket X-Treme automatic

Cricket X-Treme automatic

Vulcain’s Cricket X-treme automatic watch goes sporty with a black/white or black/blue titanium case, sapphire crystal back, and a new, double-barreled V-21 self-winding movement.

Nixon project Blue

Nixon project Blue

Nixon’s Super Hero II TI PU, Outsider Tide and Small Channel T watches not only look at home in the water, but safeguard it too: proceeds go to project BLUE, which protects oceans & beaches.

Olympic Speedmaster Watch

Olympic Speedmaster Watch

With Vancouver around the bend, Omega expands its Timeless line with this stainless steel Speedmaster watch; it sports five Olympic-style counters and a shock-absorbing movement.

Burberry E.L. Watch

Burberry E.L. Watch

Despite a simple name and an old-school brand, Burberry’s Extra Large Bracelet Watch is surprisingly sophisticated; it features a bold black 44mm case and a tartan-engraved band.

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RM011 Americas White Watch

RM011 Americas White Watch

Made for the 2010 Winter Olympics, Richard Mille’s RM011 Americas White watch bares all with a timer, chronograph, calendar, and big date window in a DLC-coated titanium case.

Tourbillograph Trackmaster

Tourbillograph Trackmaster

Limited to 100 pieces, Graham’s Tourbillograph Trackmaster watch sports an off-center tourbillon, a 47mm stainless steel case with clouse de paris bezel, and tire tread rubber strap.

G-Shock x Globe

G-Shock x Globe

Casio and Globe will drop a heritage collab 4/2010; the G-Shock DW5600GLB-7 watch sports a classic square bezel while Globe contributes a fitted cap and 80s retro Destroyer high-top.

Black Rolex DLC/CF

Black Rolex DLC/CF

Rolex goes stealthy courtesy Time and Gems with the Black Rolex Submariner; it sports a custom carbon fiber dial, DLC stainless steel rotating bezel, and DLC oyster bracelet.

Stussy Crewsader Watch

Stussy Crewsader Watch

Available in matt black or glossy silver, Stussy Japan’s Crewsader Watch goes minimalist on the branding with a stainless steel case, triple counters, black dial, and movable crown.

IM KING x Flud Watch

IM KING x Flud Watch

IM KING and Flud team up for a 50 piece limited edition version of the Big Ben watch; it sports a gunmetal housing, bronze-finished numerals, etched backplate and three wrist straps.

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