To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Army-issued Timex Camper MK-1, a watch that was designed to be disposable (yet endures as a classic), the brand is releasing a special-edition re-issue. Its the same 36mm case featuring Indiglo illumination, 50M waterproofing, & comes with a commemorative storage case and extra strap.
With its 42mm case, the Dress Field Series 1830 is a bit smaller than other Luminox Field watches. But it’s got the same classic details and rugged Swiss-Made construction, making it versatile enough for the office or the outdoors. It is water-resistant to 200 meters and features Luminox’s trademark self-illumination for bright, clear nighttime visibility. Available Fall 2016.
For travelers constantly moving from one time zone to the next, the Casio EDIFICE EQB600 will keep you on schedule. By linking with your smartphone, time is constantly corrected & gives you automatic access to time in 300 global cities. Keep track of time both back home & the current location with 1-button ease. The watch’s solar charging system will keep you powered up, drawing a charge from even the dimmest of light sources.
Kid brother of the recently released Spartan Ultra, the new Spartan Sport is Suunto’s latest smart workout watch. It’s got an onboard GPS & accelerometer as well as 80 pre-set sport modes that display sport-specific metrics you can see as you workout. All data can be tracked via the Suunto Movescount mobile app.
Suunto’s latest smart sport watch, the Spartan Ultra GPS combines GPS and a FusedSpeed accelerometer with a wide array of activity tracking functions for running, triathlon, swimming, cycling, adventure racing, skiing and more. Paired with a Suunto Smart Sensor, it will also track your heart rate.
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.