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.
We're big fans of Shinola's compelling story. We're even bigger fans of their equally-compelling new chronograph timepiece, which sports a slimmer silhouette, an enhanced viewing area, and a refined dial that will play nice with most any outfit.
How slim can a solar-powered watch get? Very, very slim, as Citizen shows with their new 2016 flagship, which crams an absurdly lithe 1mm-thick quartz mechanism inside a similarly-slender 2.98mm-thick case.
A beautiful balance between elegance and simplicity, this collaboration between MoMA and VOID Watches turn out a fine-looking dress watch with a minimalist dial and refined styling at a highly-affordable price point.
Quite possibly their most unique watch yet, Breitling's latest flavor of the Avenger combines a rare 24-hour dial and a massive 50mm case, all while weighing considerably lighter than the rest of their watches.
A smartwatch you can wear during sports activities, Nixon's Android Wear timepiece is both rugged and water-resistant, giving you a way to stay informed and up-to-date while surfing, skiing, or wrestling a bear in the jungle.
While it looks military-inspired, Hanhart's upcoming pilot watch actually takes its cue from Germany's Black Forest, turning out a timepiece that's equal parts rugged, stylish, and ready for the outdoors.
A minimalist smartwatch, this analog timepiece has a dial sporting an e-paper background that shows your calendar in graphic form, so you can check the day's schedule with a simple glance on your wrist.
Inspired by dive watches from the 1950s, Filson's Shinola-powered tool watch can survive depths of up to 990 feet, all while coming in a timeless style that should keep it looking handsome through the passing years.
Drawing inspiration from naval aviation, Breitling's latest pilot watch reinvents the old Chrono Avenger, combining its tough-as-nails chronograph movement with 1,000 feet of water resistance and a military stealth aesthetic.
Designed to adorn pilots' wrists, the latest addition to Seiko's Prospex line of tool watches combines a solar-powered caliber with a radio-synchronizing feature that automatically self-adjusts to the local time zone three times a day.