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.
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.