Built as a tribute to Bugatti's ill-fated concept car from 1935, this timepiece combines a flyback chronograph movement with a rich and textured dial that reinforces its automotive theme with laser-cut finishes.
Unlike traditional chronographs with buttons on the sides, Porsche Design's new timepiece cleverly hides the pushers right on the watch case, allowing it to function like a proper stopwatch without looking like one.
This watch strap replacement comes with activity sensors and a Bluetooth radio on the buckle, allowing it to track your steps, calories, and sleep like a fitness band, which it sends to the accompanying app.
Todd Snyder's latest collaboration timepiece mixes elements from the Timex catalog with 60s-era mil-spec watches, turning out a retro-looking tool watch that should wear well with contemporary outfits.
This full-function dive watch can be worn underwater at depths of up to 330 feet, all while doubling as a capable smartwatch that can track activity, monitor sleep, and relay notifications from your smartphone.
G-Shocks and leather straps may not sound like the perfect pairing. At least, that's what we thought before Casio's new line of watches, which come with a uniquely-formulated leather band that's just as tough as their timepieces.
Ressence takes the unconventional timekeeping of their original watch and crams it inside a smaller cushioned-shape case, turning a dressier timepiece that will look a heck of a lot better with your business suits and formal attires.
A collaboration with shark photographer Michael Muller and book publisher Taschen, this diver's watch can be worn at depths of up to 1,000 feet, allowing you to wear it while swimming with apex predators underwater.