THE BEST Watches

Nixon Dork Too Talking Watch

Nixon Dork Too Talking Watch

Nixon’s playful stainless steel wristwatch combines retro design with geeky functionality. Aside from its LCD display, it has a speaker that lets it dictate the time at the push of a button. It charges via a microUSB-to-USB cable. Comes in four metaltone colors.

Victorinox I.N.O.X. Mechanical

Victorinox I.N.O.X. Mechanical

This substantial mechanical watch features a Swiss-made automatic movement, Swiss-made stainless steel case with a see-through back, a removable protective bumper, and a beautiful band made by grafting slivers of linden wood onto a leather base.

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Diesel Mega Chief Watch

Diesel Mega Chief Watch

Diesel’s mammoth men’s timepiece features a gigantic 59mm x 51mm black-plated stainless steel case, a colorful multichromatic crystal, and a matching link bracelet. Three sub-dials provide chronograph functionality, and the watch is water-resistant to 100 m (330 ft).

Roue HDS One Watch

Roue HDS One Watch

With designs inspired by the minimalist work of the great Dieter Rams, Roue’s watch offers a sandblasted 41.5mm stainless steel case, a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, and comes with interchangeable straps in sporty silicone, as well as a reversible nylon/leather band.

Watch Gang

Watch Gang

Watch Gang is a mystery box subscription service that sends you a watch every month valued between two to five times more than what you pay monthly. The watches you receive are tailored to your preferences, and there are weekly giveaways for expensive watches.

Seiko x Giugiaro SBJ003 Watch

Seiko x Giugiaro SBJ003 Watch

Limited to just 3000 pieces, this retro-modern LCD watch is a reproduction of the classic Seiko Speedmaster, created by famed automotive designer Giugiaro, and worn by racer Ayrton Senna. It features a curved Hardex crystal, tachymeter, stopwatch, alarm, and timer.

Ressence Type 2 Watch

Ressence Type 2 Watch

The latest model of Ressence’s unique floating face watch. The Type 2 is a mechanical watch that can always adjust itself to the right time after only one calibration, no matter how long since you’ve last used it. You can also calibrate it via its app. Drops 4/2019 for $49,000.

PowerWatch 2

PowerWatch 2

Matrix Industries’ PowerWatch 2 smartwatch never needs to be charged. It uses your body heat and sunlight to generate power. Unlike its predecessors, it has a color LCD screen, GPS navigation, 656 ft water resistance, a heart rate sensor, and phone notifications.

Nintendo Game Boy Watch

Nintendo Game Boy Watch

There have been several officially licensed Nintendo Game Boy watches, but we think this one is among the best. Not least because it’s still available for purchase. The watch uses the Super Mario Land theme as its alarm sound and its buttons are used to set the time and date.

Gamma Series x NASA Watches

Gamma Series x NASA Watches

Divided By Zero’s Gamma series includes 8 stunning geometric designs, each inspired by a famous space scientist or astronaut. We’re most excited by the blue and white NASA-approved designs, but the luminous black models suit the space theme well.

EDC Trending Gear 11/18

EDC Trending Gear 11/18

Looking for some great gift ideas for the gear hound on your shopping list? Drop by Everyday Carry for a selection of the past month’s most popular tools, knives, watches, flashlights and more. That Surefire WristLight watch is so going on our wish list.

One Eleven SWII Watch

One Eleven SWII Watch

One Eleven’s SWII wristwatch has a nylon strap made from recycled plastic bottles. Meanwhile, its plastic case is made from castor bean oil, making it environmentally friendly. It’s water resistant down to 328ft and comes in four colorways, from muted to vibrant.

Tacs Nato Lens Watch

Tacs Nato Lens Watch

Tacs Image’s Nato Lens watch has a design inspired by camera straps and lenses. The watch’s dial resembles a focus ring, while its watch crystal bulges outward like a fisheye lens. It’s available with a black or a green strap.

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G-SHOCK x Optimus Prime

G-SHOCK x Optimus Prime

Casio Japan teamed up with toy maker Takara Tomy to create a collectible figure of Optimus Prime and a matching red and blue G-SHOCK 6900 chronograph that stores in the Transformers’ chest when not being worn. Sadly, it’s a Japan exclusive at this point.

Xeric Atlasphere Watches

Xeric Atlasphere Watches

Xeric’s latest timepiece offers quite a sense of depth thanks to its gradient backdrop and wireframe globe drawing. It comes with either a quartz movement with polar retrograde displays or an automatic with a slick spinning globe visible through its backside.

Autodromo Group B Series 2

Autodromo Group B Series 2

Motorsport-inspired watchmaker Autodromo continues to be find its muse in Group B rally cars. The Group B Series 2 watches feature an integrated and removable stainless steel bracelet, a high contrast dial and a titanium case. Available in three dial colors.

Aevig Corvid Fieldwatch

Aevig Corvid Fieldwatch

Watchmaker Aevig creates contemporary timepieces with timeless styling, Swiss STP automatic movements, sapphire crystals, and Luminova illumination. The Corvid is our favorite, with a minimal display with a military-inspired face and an oiled leather strap.

Todd Snyder x Peanuts

Todd Snyder x Peanuts

Todd Snyder’s Peanuts collection features Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the rest of the gang printed on quality Champion t-shirts, sweaters and hoodies. The collection also includes a variety of Timex watches featuring the characters on the dial.

Seiko Prospex Street Series

Seiko Prospex Street Series

Seiko gives its popular chunky diver’s watch a monochrome urban makeover. The Prospex Street Series sees the watch adorned in olive, gray or blue, with a deeply-textured strap. It’s powered by a solar quartz movement and is water-resistant down to 660 ft.

Timex Smiley Face Watch

Timex Smiley Face Watch

Streetwear brand Chinatown Market has licensed the official Smiley face and put it on various products. Now it has collaborated with watchmaker Timex for a fun daily driver watch dominated with the iconic graphic. The watch is water-resistant down to 98ft.

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Montblanc Summit 2 Smartwatch

Montblanc Summit 2 Smartwatch

From luxury goods maker Montblanc and watchmaker Firstbeat, the Summit 2 packs an advanced digital running coach that makes recommendations to improve cardiorespiratory fitness, and much more. Features a unisex 42mm case, water resistance, and GPS tracking.

G-SHOCK Frogman

G-SHOCK Frogman

A very special, high-end dive watch from G-SHOCK’s Master of G line. The Frogman is optimized for use at sea, with its 200m water resistance, a depth gauge, digital compass, and more. It features a DLC-coated stainless steel case and a sapphire crystal for durability.

Garmin Instinct Smartwatch

Garmin Instinct Smartwatch

Garmin’s Instinct is for people looking for a durable and long-lasting smartwatch. It is resistant to shock, heat, and water. It lasts up to 16 hours while using the GPS, or up to 14 days in standby per charge. It also has preloaded activity profiles for exercising.

NIXON x Mickey Mouse

NIXON x Mickey Mouse

In celebration of Mickey Mouse’s 90th birthday, accessory maker Nixon has teamed up with Disney for a series of unique and playful wristwatches. We love the motion in Look Out Below, but our favorite is the brawler known as Dust Up. In a variety of sizes and designs.

Ferrari Scuderia XX Quartz Watch

Ferrari Scuderia XX Quartz Watch

A bold chronograph inspired by the instrument gauges on Ferrari’s famed thoroughbred sports cars. The 46mm watch features three inner dials, and a tachymeter bezel for calculating speed based on time. In Cherry Red or Electric Yellow. Save for a limited time at Massdrop.

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