Limited to just 999 pieces, Bell & Ross’ automatic diver’s watch looks spectacular in this colorway. It features a red face and ring and a bronze satin case. It’s water-resistant to 300m and has gold-plated indices and hands with SuperLuminova markings. It includes both brown calfskin leather and black rubber straps.
British watchmaker Bremont and British carmaker Jaguar have released a limited-edition boxed set: a bezel chronograph and Bremont’s first rally clock to salute the 60th anniversary of the timeless Jaguar E-Type sports car. The 120 sets include a wristwatch in green or grey—the colors of the two E-types that debuted in 1961.
This rugged and shock-resistant everyday watch is perfect for anyone who works hard or plays hard. Its got a hefty 45mm resin body and sits on a textured green resin strap. Functions include a 100-hour chronograph, 24-hour countdown timer, military time mode, dual time zones, alarms, and day/date/month displays.
S.O.E.’s designs are inspired by the lives of three race car drivers, who joined forces in 1940 to spy against the Nazis. The watches feature automotive-style dials based on race car colors: British Racing Green, French Racing Blue, and Jet Black. They also have Super-Luminova markers, leather straps, and domed sapphire crystals.
Tactical wristwatches are built for durability, legibility – even in the dark, and non-reflective designs that help keep you under the radar. Everyday Carry shares 14 of the best models available this year, from traditional analog designs, to high-tech smartwatches with features like GPS nav. We LOVE that Luminox XS.3503.NSF.
Replicating every detail of the 1979 classic, this 38mm wristwatch even has the period-accurate woven stainless steel band. Like the original, it features a rotating outer ring, luminescent hands, and dial markers, updated with a modern quartz movement. It’s available in eight colorways, but we love it in the classic blue and red.
Xeric’s follow-up to their Soloscope SQ watch has numerous upgrades. Its hour and minute indicators are easier to read, while the left side serves as an AM/PM indicator and secondary hour display. SuperLuminova markers glow brilliantly in the dark. Available in 10 color combos, each with a Horween leather strap.
A budget-priced digital watch for travelers or those working with remote teams, the AE-3000W can simultaneously display times in three time zones. It has day/date, stopwatch, and countdown functions, along with five alarms. It’s water-resistant to 100m and has an enormous 55mm face, so looks best on a big wrist.
The Timex T80 was a staple of 1980s design. Now it’s back and updated for the 21st century. The new version is just a bit crisper looking all around, with an old-school black on grey LCD, Indiglo backlighting, alarm, date, and stopwatch functions. It’s available in a variety of metal finishes, and a Pac-Man edition.
A limited-edition titanium version of Boldr Supply Co.’s Venture watch, created with graffiti artist Kenji Chai. The watch features a dial designed by the artist, a matching titanium link band, and comes with a custom NATO strap also designed by Kenji. Also inside the box: an action figure of his alter ego Chaigo, and a set of stickers.
These unique watches from Svalbard are named for Norway’s Solfestuka holiday, which celebrates the return of the sun to Longyearbyen after the polar night. Its face features a single 24-hour hand, set against an intricate scalloped pattern. Each variant is numbered and limited to 500 pieces, and comes with a leather or mesh strap.
Luxury watchmaker Vianney Halter designed this incredible 3-axis tourbillon, inspired by astrophysics. Under its domed crystal is an intricate mechanism that rides on a pair of synchronized balance wheels, encircled by a time display. Just two of these timepieces will be made each year, with a price tag just under $1 million.
After making a Redundant Clock, designer Ji Lee turned the same playful design into a wristwatch. Instead of digits, its dial is marked with tiny hands which indicate the same hand positions as the actual watch hands. Features a stainless steel case, leather strap, a Mitoya movement, and mineral glass crystal. A MoMA exclusive.
These watches from G-SHOCK feature an analog main dial and a smaller digital display at the bottom. Their case, bezels, and bands are made from stainless steel for heft, while still offering shock-resistance. They feature Neobrite and dual LED illumination, solar power, world time, and automatic time calibration.
Timex updates its military-inspired Allied Chrono with bolder numerals, a textured bezel, and new designs, including a sweet black and white camo. It features a 42mm case, Indiglo lighting, a bead-blasted metal case, and a mineral glass crystal. Its 30-minute chronograph can measure in intervals of 1/20th of a second.
Designer Tom Ford’s distinctive black and white watch not only looks great, but it also makes a statement. Its case and hand-braided strap are made entirely from plastics pulled from oceans. It features a Swiss quartz movement, Super Luminova hands and numbers, an anti-reflective sapphire crystal, and stainless steel back.
Designed in collaboration with Wildlife Promising, this limited-edition watch features an all-over pattern inspired by the African rock python. As a high-end MT-G model, it has a spherical sapphire glass front, solar power, atomic time calibration, 39 time zones, a stopwatch, timer, alarm, and calendar functions.
This tricked out G-SHOCK watch features a stainless steel bezel in a flashy gold finish. It’s got an analog-digital dial with world time, a stopwatch, five alarms, automatic calendar, countdown timer, and LED illumination. It comes with a black resin strap, and is available in other finishes including silver, black, and rainbow.
Watchmaker UNDONE teamed up with Looney Tunes to create a pair of watches inspired by the cartoon classic Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century. The black PVD-coated stainless steel watches feature half-x-ray images of the eponymous duck, along with fan-favorite Marvin the Martian. Each watch is limited to just 150 pieces.
Diesel’s well-priced Rasp series features a face with just a single digit in the “9” position, giving it a bold and asymmetric look. The analog wristwatches come in a wide variety of styles from a cool blue with a stainless steel band, to a black with vibrant red accents and a silicone strap.
We love the shiny forged metal bezels and see-through camo straps on this series of G-SHOCK watches. They feature shock-resistant resin cases, alarm and stopwatch functions, and currently come in three variants: the rectangular GM5600SCM-1, the round GM6900SCM-1, and the analog-digital GM110SCM-1A.
The BMW Car Club of America teamed up with watchmaker B.R.M Chronographes to create this limited-edition chronograph celebrating the club’s 50th anniversary. Enter for a chance to win this unique watch, and help support the TechForce Foundation, which helps students grow their skills as professional technicians.
This extraordinary, limited-edition watch features a design inspired by a samurai’s kabuto helmet. For each timepiece, a skilled metalsmith hand-carves a dragon into its bezel. Its titanium case and band are cast with special dies that create the look of hand-hammered steel, while brown and blue finishes give it an aged look.