THE BEST Watches

Suunto Elementum Watch

Suunto Elementum Watch

Minimalist, modern and utilitarian, Suunto’s Elementum is a digital watch geared towards active wearers with Aqua (for divers), Terra (for explorers) and Ventus (for sailors).

Diesel Freak of Nature

Diesel Freak of Nature

Diesel’s Freak of Nature watch is exactly that: they fuse two completely different watches into a single gold and silver Frankenwatch; it’s even half-leather strap, half steel bracelet.

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Steampunk a la Grande

Steampunk a la Grande

Ultra-lux Titanic watch creator Romain Jerom is back with Steampunk a la Grande; it features a bezel studded with 80 hand-applied rivets and four bolts that resemble watertight hatches.

Grand Ocean Chronograph

Grand Ocean Chronograph

One of the world’s few independent watchmakers, Edox’s Grand Ocean Chronograph is maritime-inspired with cardinal hands, scratch-proof sapphire crystal and 100m of water resistance.

B&R 01 Commando Watch

B&R 01 Commando Watch

Dedicated to elite military forces, Bell & Ross’ 01 Commando watches are limited to 500; it sports a white colorway with photo-luminescent indices and anti-reflective sapphire crystal.

Rado r5.5 Chrono Watch

Rado r5.5 Chrono Watch

Created with famed designer Jasper Morrison, Rado’s r5.5 Chrono is an exercise in modern simplicity; it features a matte black ceramic case, two counters and sapphire crystal.

Phosphor E-Ink Watches

Phosphor E-Ink Watches

With curvy (albeit somewhat chunky) displays, Phosphor’s latest E-Ink watches look pretty sweet; choose from a Digital Hour Clock, always-on Digital Calendar or Ana-Digi Watch.

Vestal Surveyor Watch

Vestal Surveyor Watch

The Vestal Surveyor’s all-black face gobbles up light, emphasizing its sleek, stainless steel case; a hydraulically stamped dial and leather strap serve as subtle accents.

Diesel Cushion Watch

Diesel Cushion Watch

Minimalist and modern, the Diesel Cushion Watch sports a squarish stainless steel dial with date function, mineral glass and full-grain leather strap; it’s good for up to 50m underwater.

Diesel DZ9044 Watch

Diesel DZ9044 Watch

It’s a clear case of form over function, but what a sexy case it is: Diesel’s DZ9044 watch features a big, blank stainless steel face, opting instead to put two movements on each side.

Video: Infinity

Video: Infinity

Created by Japan based creative studio WOW for Citizen’s booth at Baselworld, Infinity takes time-lapse photography to the next level with mesmerizing CG that reminds us of DTESS.

Snyper One Watch

Snyper One Watch

The Snyper One is the inaugural watch of the eponymous brand; every single piece of the watch is made in Switzerland, from the PVD-coated 44mm steel case to the 7755 S movement.

Formula 1 Grande Date

Formula 1 Grande Date

Monochrome simplicity belies complex materials with TAG Heuer’s Formula 1 Grande Date; it features a titanium carbide bezel, anti-glare sapphire crystal and Superluminova dials.

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Welder K29 Watch

Welder K29 Watch

Called the Schwarzenegger of watches, the Welder K29 is industrial to its core, with four hex head cap bolts, six layered dials, blackened stainless steel case and rubber strap.

Luminox 3050 Colourmark

Luminox 3050 Colourmark

Luminox’s 3000 Series of night-friendly watches gets a style upgrade with the 3050 Colourmarks; five colors contrast against a black face with the outer dial getting a color treatment.

Travel Alarm 1884

Travel Alarm 1884

Victorinox’s retro-style Travel Alarm 1884 pocketwatch is sure to send steampunk fans into a frenzy; it clicks shut a-la a Swiss Army Knife and is made with stainless steel and MABS plastic.

Casio G-Shock Gulfman

Casio G-Shock Gulfman

Casio’s G-Shock Gulfman is ideal for boaters and surfers, with tide graph display, EL backlight, stopwatch function, yacht timer, and 200m of water resistance; it’ll run 7 years on a battery.

REB-7 Regulator

REB-7 Regulator

Rebellion’s REB-7 Regulator watch means business with a 45-piece multilayer case, double AR-coated sapphire crystal and rotating calendar disc with extruded numbers.

Time Writing Machine

Time Writing Machine

Sure, Jaquet Droz’s Time Writing Machine could be replaced with a $5 watch, but you’d give up bragging rights to owning a $340k machine with 1,200 pieces that prints the time. Slowly.

CVSTOS Chrono H-F

CVSTOS Chrono H-F

CVSTOS’ Challenge High Fidelity Chrono may be convoluted both in terms of name and function, but it’s also entertaining with three exposed rotating discs and power indicator.

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City Square Watch

City Square Watch

Israeli Itay Noy’s City Square is a design-centered watch with maps of cities such as New York, Paris and Rome; made with 316L steel and sapphire crystal, each is made to order.

EP Martin Sahara Sand

EP Martin Sahara Sand

Inspired by the first US airborne assault in North Africa in WWII, the EP Martin Sahara Sand features a 44mm machined case with leather or canvas strap, and optional face guard.

Erwin Sattler Custodia

Erwin Sattler Custodia

With 13 layers of varnish and alcantara-lined drawers, Erwin Sattler’s Custodia is a watch geek’s wet dream; winding rates can be set via USB while 16 LED lamps illuminate your beauties.

Tudor Porsche Grantour

Tudor Porsche Grantour

The Tudor Porsche Grantour watch’s flashiest aspect is its geeky numerals; it’s otherwise quite stylish with sapphire crystal, black lacquered steel and a perfed leather strap.

Oris Bob Dylan Watch

Oris Bob Dylan Watch

In advance of musical legend Bob Dylan’s latest album, Together Through Life, Oris has released a limited edition Rectangular model; it’s engraved with his portrait on the case back.

Academia Serenity Watch

Academia Serenity Watch

DeWitt’s Academia Seconde Retrograde Serenity is ideal for gearheads, with a distinct cog-shaped case and radiator grill patterns; it runs on a mechanical self-winding movement.

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