Built to withstand the rigors of everyday wear, this classic pilot's watch armors up with a carbon fiber case and a sapphire crystal glass, combining the toughest materials while coming in at an affordable price.
Built for high-altitude athletes, Suunto's latest multisport GPS watch incorporates a new set of metrics that climbers should find useful, along with a fresh redesign that takes the antenna off the band for a more streamlined look.
You rarely find a timepiece with a tougher and more masculine aesthetic than this Luminox tribute to the F-177 Nighthawk, which brings a murdered-out, all-black design to match the fighter jet's vaunted stealth prowess.
A clever complication and a busy watch face gives this limited edition pocket watch an impressive world timer function, allowing you to easily see the exact time of day in any region of the world with a few clicks on the pusher.
This reissue of the revolutionary Heuer Monaco reprises all the elements that made the original a classic, all while adding a new sapphire crystal, bigger lugs, and a transparent back to let you admire the world's first automatic chronograph movement.
Breitling's version of a smartwatch goes beyond notifications, pairing with an accompanying smartphone app to let you control the various mechanical functions without having to memorize confusing button sequences.
Anicorn's first automatic watch sports an unconventional dial that uses concentric discs that rotate clockwise to tell the time, turning up an interesting watch face to contrast with the undeniably refined aesthetic.
It may not deliver the utilitarian features of a full-fledged pilot watch, but the aviation-inspired styling on Lew and Huey's newest timepiece gives it the same rugged and handsome appeal as a well-tailored bomber jacket.
Autodromo's latest watch pays homage to the short-lived but unforgettable Group B era of motorsports, bringing a timepiece that combines the design language of the early 80s with technical materials and racing aesthetics.
The latest addition to MB&F's Legacy Machine collection aims for the pinnacle of horological complications, creating a watch with a perpetual calendar that doesn't suffer from the same problems as traditional grand lever mechanisms.
A stellar first effort from an upstart Australian brand, this Bauhaus-inspired timepiece sports a minimalist design that bears enough elegance to use as a dress watch while being casual enough for everyday wear.
Marble has long made for a sophisticated-looking home accent material, so why not use it to give your gadgets a similar refined style? Native Union does just that with their latest Apple Watch charging dock.
Remember those old Popeye watches for kids that use the classic sailorman's arms as the hour and minute hands? Bamford Watch Department and DrX Romanelli put that same design on the dial of 29 Rolex Yacht-Masters. This is the result.
Bamford Watch Department turns two iconic Rolex watches into indestructible timepieces by giving them a military-grade finish with the hardness of diamonds, rendering them unsusceptible to scratches and extreme temperatures.
If you're willing to spend a little (okay, a lot) on a watch winder, this series of winders from Bernard Favre offers the kind of premium aesthetics that turn any automatic timepiece into a gorgeous display object.
Inspired by Southern California's sunny and sandy coast, Throne's newest watch features a gold-on-gold motif that puts a gold-plated dial inside a gold-plated steel case, creating a classy and timeless look.