All watches need to be serviced periodically. If you own enough timepieces, running to the shop for every minor issue can be a hassle. Why not fix it at home with this repair kit from German outfit, Wolf?
Sporting a redesigned movement built with Synergies Horlogeres, this COSC-certified chronometer boasts a whopping five-day power reserve underneath the clean yet highly-functional aviation-inspired dial.
Inspired by a 19th-century folk song about a fictional train, this limited-edition version of Shinola's Canfield timepiece pays homage to the early days of the American railroad and its influence on local folk music.
Unlike most dual-timezone watches, Nocs Atelier's newest timepiece uses a clean and uncluttered dial that's as refined as your favorite dress watches, making it suitable for pairing even with the most formal threads.
Aside from a gauge-inspired dial, Christopher Ward's ode to the Jaguar D-Type comes with a piece of metal from one of the 18 original factory team race cars that's been laser-cut into a decorative element.
Styled to look more like a legitimate jewelry than a fitness gadget, Garmin's newest multi-sport GPS watch takes on dressier styling, making it suitable for wearing with work outfits and more formal attire.
Lezyne took their handlebar-mounted bike computer, attached it to a TPR band, and turned it into a multi-sport fitness wearable. This hiking, running, cycling, and daily lifestyle GPS activity tracker is the result.
Unlike other pocket watches, this one comes with a stand, turning it into a functional desk clock instead of languishing in the back of a bedroom drawer the 99 percent (or more) of the time you're not using it.