A limited-edition release, this civilian version of Timex's military-issue timepiece, originally given to soldiers back in 1982, should hold up just as well in the rigors of daily living as it did in actual battlefield warfare.
Whether you’re buttoning up for work, dressing up for a night out, or donning casual threads for a relaxed day at the park, this WWII-inspired contemporary timepiece should wear well with the rest of your outfit.
A watch with a dartboard dial sounds like a novelty design for kids. Somehow, this Timex and Todd Snyder collaboration manages to avoid that, turning out a stylish timepiece with attractive vintage looks.
Another day, another limited issue field watch from Weiss? Sadly for your wallet, not quite, as this one comes with an entirely new mechanical movement that's manufactured and assembled in the outfit's LA workshop.
This sweet-looking diver's watch helps protect the Great Barrier Reef, all while keeping you company in depths of up to 500 meters and adorning your wrist with a nice luxury chronograph the rest of the time.
We love Bremont's handsome U2 pilot watch, but what would it look like if the watchmaker fashioned it during the height of WWII? The UK outfit partnered with Timeless to figure it out and this is the result.
Whether you actually fly planes or just take a Xanax to zone out every time you ride one, this blacked-out version of the classic Navitimer pilot watch will make you look sufficiently badass the entire time.
Whether you race bikes, do triathlons, or cross-train like a madman, getting more serious about activity tracking means getting more serious gear. Suunto's latest GPS multi-sport watch definitely qualifies.
We don't know how we feel about wooden watches. With its black sandalwood construction, minimalist styling, and casual aesthetic, though, Apache Pine's wooden timepiece might be a great way to try it out.
The successor to Panerai's Luminor line combines a styling that's identical to the original, all while coming in at a 40 percent slimmer size, resulting in a lighter and, dare I say, dressier timepiece.
Seiko's automatic watches are tough and reliable, but they're hardly the most aesthetically exciting. That changes with MHD's bespoke offering, which lets you upgrade an erstwhile normal Seiko with all new styling.
It may not be the best watch to wear for actual dives with a mere 10 bar rating, but with a classic aesthetic, slim case profile, and elegant style, Oris' revived divers watch should make for a fine timepiece that's suited for everyday wear.
It may not pack as many features as other adventure watches, but with unlimited battery life, high levels of durability, and a capable tri-sensor array, Casio's latest just may be the ideal adventure timepiece.
G-Shocks aren’t exactly cheap, but they're the kind of watches that throw a satisfying bang with every buck. So what did Casio put in this G-Shock from their premium MR-G line to make it cost a whopping $6,200?
Clean dials and a refined style are two traditional requisites for dress watches. Martenero's take on the men's formal staple ditches the former but embraces the latter, turning out a watch that's still dressy, but can go casual when necessary.