Hands-on with the compact Tutima Pacific 670, a dive-watch from a lesser known German tool-watch brand born from the ashes of the post-war watchmaking industry in Glashütte.
A rugged companion for boaters and surfers, the G-Shock GW7900B delivers moonphase and tidegraph capabilities in a stealth black package.
Hands-on with the cult-favorite Omega Seamaster 2254.50, a bold and versatile dive watch worn by secret-agent 007 himself.
Setting the bar for mechanical chronographs since 1957, the Omega Speedmaster is still one of the most historically important watches you can own.
A solid ABC watch for outdoor adventurers, the Suunto Core is great for hikers and climbers who don’t need GPS.
Despite it’s homage to the legendary Rolex 5517, the OVM is an affordable and extremely well-made watch.
A tough little hand-wound field watch with the soul of an American military classic.
A Casio built for the zombie-apocalypse. This indestructible digital gets you the legendary 5600 with the addition of solar and atomic capabilities.
A retro-inspired remake of the 60’s classic combines legendary case design with a subdued matte finish.