Wooden watches have been popping up all over the place these days, but we love the truly minimal looks of the dial on ZLYC’s unisex bamboo timepiece, along with its extra-long 24″ natural leather strap which can be wrapped like a cuff.
Based on the amazing engineering we first saw in the HYT H1, the H0 has a minimal black display with bright green hands which display minutes and seconds, while a tube of fluid around its face shows the current hour. Also available in silver w/orange or blue accents.
This huge 50x57mm stainless steel and black IP timepiece from Diesel features five individual time dials, letting you track time in multiple time zones at a glance. Each of the four perimeter dials are set with their own crowns, while the center dial is set on back.
Inspired by their new Velar SUV, Land Rover teamed up with Zenith to create a timepiece that any driver would happy to have on their wrist. The 42mm watch has a burnished copper and brushed slate face, three sub-dials, and a rubber strap covered in perforated calfskin.
This limited edition chronograph pays tribute to the Renault Sport Formula One team, with a 42mm black ceramic case, 37-jewel Swiss movement, AR-coated sapphire crystal, a carbon fiber dial with automotive gauge styling, and a woven black rubber and fabric strap.
South Korean company Dot claims that it’s already mass producing its award-winning design for a Braille smartwatch. The eponymous watch not only tells the time – it can also display phone notifications, navigation and more. It also has quick reply and action buttons.
Jaguar teamed up with watchmaker Bremont to create this stellar timepiece which pays tribute to the lightweight E-Type which won its class at the 1963 12 Hours of Sebring. The watch features a red-stitched strap which mimics racing stripes, and other auto-inspired details.
Named after Breitling’s aerobatic racing plane, the Colt Skyracer is made of Breitlight – a material that’s lighter and stronger than titanium. It also has a practical white-on-black display, glare-proof sapphire crystal and a removable rubber strap that doubles as a ruler.
It’s not the first of its kind, but the NIWA (Nixie Watch) will hopefully be a stylish take on the nixie tube wristwatch. It uses IN-16 tubes and uses a gyro sensor to make the tubes light up when you raise your arm to look at the watch. It lasts up to 6 days per charge.
M&Co.’s brass-cased, leather-strapped design is about as classic as you can get, but its partial dial adds just a touch of whimsy and modernism. Despite having numbers only in the upper-left quadrant, your brain will easily fill in the rest. Comes in 40mm and 33mm sizes.
Designed to celebrate the launch of the new Bentley Continental Supersports, this limited-edition digtal/analog timepiece features a titanium case, a carbon fiber dial, and a red-edged rubber strap, and connects with an app to log lap times and other racing data.
It may look like the hands have come loose on this off-kilter wristwatch, but it’s actually an intentional design choice to give its face a dynamic look. The hours are displayed in 24h format on the small dial up top, while the minutes appear on the skinny white hand.
A limited reissue of Nixon’s ultimate Star Wars watch. We already love the design of The Unit digital wrist watch, and it’s just that much better dressed in Mandalorian armor. Offers 12/24h time, dual time, calendar, temperature, countdown, chronograph, alarm and a light.
An outstanding deal on a unique timepiece. We dig the exposed date wheel and central mechanism, along with the fat tapered hands. Has a 42mm steel case with a textured leather calfskin strap. Choose from black/stainless, white/stainless, or brown/rose goldtone.