THE BEST Watches

Carrera Caliber 5 Watch

Carrera Caliber 5 Watch

Tag Heuer’s race-inspired Carrera Caliber 5 is an austere two-toned black or brown affair; it features a central Clous de Paris guilloche pattern, luminescent markers and steel bracelet.

G-Shock 2009 Collection

G-Shock 2009 Collection

Sneaker Freaker has a complete look at G-Shock’s 2009 line of watches; included is the G-Aviation for pilots, fashion-oriented DW6900 series and G7900 for search and rescue teams.

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LUMzilla Watch

LUMzilla Watch

They didn’t name it after Godzilla for nothing: LUM-TEC’s LUMzilla Watch is a monster with giant luminescent numerals, a giant 50mm 316L stainless steel case and sapphire crystal.

Seiko Brightz SAGG017

Seiko Brightz SAGG017

Seiko’s SAGG017 is their latest Brightz Kinetic Drive watch; clad in black with sapphire crystal, tach-like power meter and day/date display, it’s Japan only, but you can buy older ones here.

Edox Ice Shark Watch

Edox Ice Shark Watch

Made for powerboat racers, Edox’s Class-1 Ice Shark watch features bright white and orange luminiscent markers-necessary, considering that it’s also water resistant down to 1,000 m.

Hamilton Khaki X-Mach

Hamilton Khaki X-Mach

Hamilton’s Khaki X-Mach lets pilots measure their Mach number by setting pressure altitude and air speed; it’s finished with carbon fiber, sapphire crystal and a flight-jacket styled bracelet.

E. Benz x Varvatos Watch

E. Benz x Varvatos Watch

The Ernst Benz by John Varvatos Limited Edition ChronoScope oozes mid-century style with a patina on the dial, unique hands, and exotic skin straps. Each is limited to 250 pieces.

UNO Automatic Watch

UNO Automatic Watch

Botta-Design’s less-is-more approach reaches its zenith with the UNO Automatic: it uses just one hand, an ultra-precise Swiss ETA 2824-2 movement, and angled dial to eliminate parallax.

Nixon Outsider Tide

Nixon Outsider Tide

Consider Nixon’s Outsider Tide watch future proof: it has tide info for 200 beaches for the next 15 years, a digital dual time display, stopwatch, countdown timer, and wave counter.

Modern Fliegeruhr Watch

Modern Fliegeruhr Watch

Praesto’s first watch, the Modern Fliegeruhr is hard to say but easy on the eyes with SuperLuminova markings, 44 mm stainless steel case, Miyota movement and sapphire crystal.

Lexon Black Watch

Lexon Black Watch

Lexon hits the sweet spot for stylish austerity with its Black Watch (LM 102); it features an IP black steel case, Miyota movement, and phosphorescent white or orange indices.

Adidas Avinyo Watch

Adidas Avinyo Watch

Named after a trendy Barcelona street, Adidas’ Avinyo Watch gets a refresh with a silver on black colorway; it’s actually a polycarbonate case with perfed PU leather strap.

Diesel Bad Ass Watches

Diesel Bad Ass Watches

Diesel’s Bad Ass watches are our kind of timepieces: the largest packs a giant, 65 mm finely-etched case, quadruple displays (including a digital readout) and 5 ATM of water resistance.

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Newton Digital Watch

Newton Digital Watch

Part of Nixon’s Fall 2009 line-up, the minimalist Newton gets a digital facelift with a simple two-line display; the pixels are actually a better fit for the square case than the original analog.

Ferrari Lap Time Watch

Ferrari Lap Time Watch

Ferrari’s Lap Time Chronograph is designed for budget-oriented fans; you’ll still get a black stainless steel case with tach, multifunction Anadigit display and luminescent hands.

Ecko Star Wars Watches

Ecko Star Wars Watches

Teaser shots they may be, but tingled our Jedi senses are: Marc Ecko has revealed Star Wars watch renders which are being made in collaboration with Timex. Thanks, John!

Samsung S9110 Watchphone

Samsung S9110 Watchphone

Calling Dick Tracy: Samsung’s S9110 Watchphone gives the LG GD910 a run for its money with a larger, scratch-resistant 1.76″ touchscreen, slimmer 12 mm case, and voice recognition.

Citizen Cosmosign Watch

Citizen Cosmosign Watch

Part of Citizen’s Campanola Collection, their latest Cosmosign is an astronomical marvel with a real-time chart of 1,027 stars,166 galaxies, sun and constellation positions.

AP Tourbillon Millenary

AP Tourbillon Millenary

We don’t do frilly, but Audemars Piguet’s Tourbillon Millenary looks straight out of steampunk; we’re digging the skeletonized chalcedony mainplate and wild arabesque numerals.

Nixon Volta Watch

Nixon Volta Watch

Now available, Nixon’s Volta is their first rechargeable, solar-powered watch; it sports a semi-transparent dial with solar panel below and comes with either a PU or leather band.

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Oakley Custom

Oakley Custom

Oakley has been providing custom eyewear for some time, but they’re now offering their Rework Pack, Holeshot watch and Crowbar goggles with choose-it-yourself colors.

Social Network Watch

Social Network Watch

Normal Watches’ Social Networking watch is ideal for those who fritter away their free time checking for updates and friend requests; think of it as a watch face for full-time YouTwitFaces.

KR3W Stealth Watch

KR3W Stealth Watch

KR3W’s Stealth Watch manages to be both stealthy and flashy; the former due to a slick, nearly pure-black colorway, the latter thanks to a giant 46mm hydraulic stamped steel case.

Bamford x Tag Heuer

Bamford x Tag Heuer

Tag Heuer’s Monaco watch gets the custom treatment with Bamford Watch Department; choose your own colors for up to nine elements, including the logo, markers and more.

Nike+ SportBand

Nike+ SportBand

Due out July 15th, the new Nike+SportBand features a high-contrast screen with white background, improved water-resistance with a welded seal and compatibility with iPods and iPhones.

Urwerk King Cobra

Urwerk King Cobra

Never has obtuse looked so good: Urwerk’s King Cobra UR-CC1 goes horizontal with its watch face, made possible with vertical triple cams, retrograde cylinders and rotating disks.

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