A simple, straightforward pilot style analog, the Dual Time Scout watch from Filson is built for pure function. It’s powered by an American-made Shinola Aragonite quartz movement, and has a brushed stainless steel 45.5mm case. It features dual time and date illuminated with Swiss Super-LumiNova hands for low-light readability.
It’s got analog looks but the technology in this rugged, Pro-Trek adventure watch from Casio can’t be overlooked. Triple Sensor Ver. 3 technology powers the digital compass, altimeter, barometer, & thermometer. It also offers tide graphs, 20 bar water resistance, & LED light illumination.
Disguised as an everyday analog watch, Garmin’s Vívomove includes a built-in activity tracker that monitors how many steps you’ve taken, how you slept, and discreetly alerts you when you’ve been inactive too long. Sync it up with Garmin’s software to keep track of your goals and progress.
The GPS/Glonass-enabled Traverse Alpha is a rugged field watch designed for hunting, fishing & hiking. With unique functions like a moon phase calendar, shot detection, sunrise alert, weather trend, and red backlight for nighttime use, it helps you plan your routes & stay on course. Through Movescount.com, you can also keep a detailed diary of all your trips.
The popularity of Casio’s G-Shock watches is undeniable. And their reputation is built on being basically bombproof and exceptionally functional. Their new 55mm MR-G Limited Edition ‘Hammer Tone’ model adds refinement and premium Japanese metal materials to the battle-proven, GPS-enabled & waterproof design. Available July 2016.
Combining three ultra lightweight materials—silicon nitride ceramic, anodized aluminum, and hardened titanium—Rado’s HyperChrome Ultra Light is so light, you’ll barely notice it’s on your wrist. The super minimalist dial adds to the sophisticated, zen-like design of this Swiss-made automatic.
TUDOR Watches is the sister brand of Rolex; utilizing primarily Rolex materials and designs. They’ve just introduced a new blacked-out version of their popular Black Bay model. The PVD treated matte-black 41mm steel case features the MT5602 movement, Tudor’s first ever mechanical movement made in-house.
A low-key, understated Rolex. Now that’s definitely something new. The Oyster Perpetual Explorer chrono with Chromalight display features a black 904L steel case, a scratch-proof sapphire crystal, and luminescent display that glows blue and is easily legible in all environments. It is powered by the renowned calibre 3132 perpetual mechanical movement.
The Executive Issue 79 Field Watch from Los Angeles-based Weiss Watch Company contains over 100 Swiss parts that are hand finished and assembled in America, the 42mm case is machined from a solid piece of 18K yellow gold and features a vegetable-tanned Horween leather band.
Action sports watchmaker Nixon has finally created a smartwatch tuned for surfers and skiers. The Mission offers an Android-powered brain that delivers surf and snow data from around the world with a pair of pre-loaded apps. Its AMOLED display is protected by Gorilla Glass, it’s water resistant up to 100 meters & the brand is offering lots of options for customization from various straps and finishes to custom display options.