With its square & chunky 42mm case, the Bell & Ross limited edition BR-0392 Red Radar looks literally like something pulled from the cockpit of an aircraft. Though formidable, that signature square case is made of ceramic, so it’s light. Rotating discs on the dial align to tell the time. Only 999 will be made.
Bellroy’s Watch Strap elevates your Apple Watch with the look and feel of real leather. Available for both watch sizes, it comes in a range of colors. The underside of the strap is coated with a rugged polymer for durability and stability and is textured to reduce sweat build-up.
With its rugged, micro-blasted titanium case and matte green dial, Zenith’s 37mm Chronomaster Revival “Safari” is built to blend right in from the urban jungle to an actual one. Powered by an El Primero 400 Automatic movement, it features seconds at nine o’clock, a central chronograph hand, a 12-hour counter at six, & 30-minute counter at three.
Tudor’s Black Bay Ceramic is a 41mm chronometer featuring a full ceramic case and ceramic bezel insert, as well as an all-new, in-house movement. It also has the unique distinction of being the first Tudor to get METAS certification from the Swiss Federal Institute Of Metrology. Certification requires the watch be Swiss-made, COSC-certified, and pass a battery of precision and performance tests. Available now.
Designed for flawless function, the Titanium and Stainless Bands from Nomad Goods features classic looks for your new Apple Watch. With full titanium (or stainless) construction, it features adjustable links, integrated lugs, and a unique magnetic clasp for a modern touch. Available in black & raw stainless finish as well as with a DLC (diamond-like carbon) coating.
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Seiko draws on 60s-era inspiration for its two newest Presage automatics. This pair of slim and sophisticated models in the Style 60s lineup include a simple time & date design and skeletonized variant with a 24-hour indicator. With multiple options for dial and case color, the 40.8mm designs also features vintage-effect details in the crystal and bezel.
Citizen is adding a whole lineup of new Star Wars watches to its 80s revival Ana-Digi Temp series. Following the Rebel Pilot and Trench Run models released in March, there are Darth Vader, Boba Fett, R2-D2, C3PO, Stormtrooper and BB-8 variants of the dual-mode watch coming later this year. Each design features the Star Wars logo and an illustration of the character engraved on the caseback.
The BR 03-92 Diver from French watchmaker Bell & Ross fuses the brand’s signature aviation-inspired design with military styling in this limited edition release. A matte black square 42mm case houses an olive drab ceramic dial that features Super-LumiNova C3 illumination for low-light readability. Waterproof to 300 meters. Choose from a black woven & rubber or rugged khaki fabric strap.
Equipped with advanced sleep tracking powered by Firstbeat Analytics, Garmin’s new 45mm Venu 2 (& 40mm Venu 2S) is a fitness-focused GPS-smartwatch that helps you make sense of your sleep patterns. It gives you REM & body movement data, as well as tracking pulse rate, blood-oxygen saturation, & breathing. Available in 2 sizes and a range of colors, it offers a new feature called “Health Snapshots” that lets you record and share key health stats. Calls, notifications, payments, & audio streaming are also right there on your wrist. Available now.
Cartier’s new Tank collection includes the brand’s first solar-powered watch. The SolarBeat Tank Must is a slim, square stainless automatic powered by SolarBeat movement. Light that passes through the Roman numerals on the face reaches the photovoltaic charging system to keep it moving. The wrist strap is made of non-animal leather—another sustainability cue from the luxury label.
Powered by the German watchmakers’ newest in-house movement, the NOMOS Tangente Update is a refined and streamlined automatic with a cool, Midnight Blue dial. The Calibre 6101 movement is unique for its date complication, featuring a ring of numbers at the dial’s edge which lights up the day of the month in glowing green.
With a dial cut from Namibia’s salvaged Hoba meteorite, the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona is a rare special edition based on the iconic 60s-era motorsports-inspired chronograph. Its slim, 40mm case is offered in white, yellow, or rose gold and is powered by a calibre 4130 movement that delivers 72-hours of reserve power.
Combining G-Shock’s rugged, all-weather construction with Google’s Wear OS platform, Casio’s all-new GSW-H1000 is the brand’s first G-Shock to use Wear OS. It boasts a full-color LCD display, GPS, sensor data, tracking for 15 dedicated sports & notifications are just a few of its functions. Battery life is not bad at 1.5 days—about .5 more than the Apple watch. Available May 2021.
Hamilton’s latest in a remarkable range of manual hand-wound watches, is the slim Intra-Matic Chronograph H, a 40mm, 60s vintage-inspired mechanical. Powered by Hamilton’s Swiss Made H-51 movement, it offers time and a pair of inset sub-dials for minute & 30-seconds. Battery reserve is 60 hours. Choose from a white or black dial variant & a stainless mesh bracelet or black alligator strap.
25 years have passed since IWC first introduced its 3705 ceramic pilot’s chronograph, and to celebrate its enduring legacy, they’ve revived the design in a new material, Ceratanium; a titanium alloy that takes on the properties of ceramic when exposed to extreme heat. The dial is a replica of the original while the movement has been updated to an IWC in-house 69380 calibre, a 12-hour, two register chronograph.
With the launch of the Enduro sportwatch, Garmin is giving ultra-performance athletes all the tech, tools, and battery life they need to reach the finish line. Using Garmin’s Power Glass solar charging lens, it offers 70 continuous hours of GPS-connected battery-life. With a V02 Max sensor specifically for trail running, Climb Pro terrain data, & programmable Rest Station reminders, it is purpose-built for long distance runners, riders, and racers.
Over the years, Casio’s iconic G-Shock watch line has seen endless color combinations & variations but none as clearly cool as the new Transparent Pack. Using clear resins, Casio has created a fresh array of their most popular models—including the GA2000, GA900, the DW5600 & others, in both Transparent White & smoky Transparent Gray.
An expansive new partnership between TAG Heuer & Porsche promises a range of motorsport events and even products like the forthcoming Carrera Porsche Chronograph, a race-themed 44mm “Carrera” powered by a Heuer Automatic 02 movement. Details like a black Porsche-signed ceramic bezel & Racing Team colors mark it as a special edition.
Danish watchmaker REC specializes in recovering iconic automotive objects and transforming the materials into watches—not just inspired by motorsport history but literally made of it. Their latest creation is a pair of limited watches made with metal sourced from two one-off Shelby EXP500 prototypes: the 1967 Little Red and the ’68 Green Hornet. These two prototypes were assumed lost to rust or the wrecking ball but were discovered in 2019 and underwent proper resto. Leftover metal from that project is utilized throughout these one-of-a-kind watches.
The Lum-Tec Vortex D4 has the look of a classic military automatic but is driven by a solar-powered Japanese movement. Just one minute of sunlight gives it a full-day of power and with 5 hours sunlight for a full charge, it boasts a 6-month power reserve. The case is made of 316L stainless with a military-grade titanium carbide PVD hard coating. Available for pre-order now.