With built-in altimeter, barometer, compass and other features, Casio Pro Trek watches are meant for serious outdoor use.
An interview with the self-taught watchmaker on the concepts behind his unconventional designs.
Time to catch up with the hot releases you might have missed.
It's fun, keeps time, and you can get it right now.
The Massena LAB Uni-Racer takes a classic chrono and turns it colorful and contemporary.
Skeletonized watches feature dials through which you can view an often-hollowed out movement.
Tough-wearing watches, custom chinos, a Grateful Dead tee and more.
You can give your sport watch a gritty guise by removing its bezel. Here's how.
Every car enthusiast should know about this unique style of timepiece.
Anordain's signature is enamel-dial watches, but the brand shows its design strength by stepping out of its comfort zone.
Ardillon or deployant? What? Here are the different ways a strap can be fastened and what to look for when watch shopping.
With an original but retro-inspired design, the Brew Metric delivers incredible value at under $400.
A chronograph offers genuine utility with its ability to easily time events. This is how to operate one.
These ultra-minimalist watches just might change the way you think about time itself.
Brands use high-tech methods to make timepieces nearly impervious to dings and dents.
Historic brand Tornek-Rayville is being resurrected with a reissue of its badass diver from the 1960s.
Rolex is known for its purpose-built dive watches, and none epitomizes its ethos better than the Sea-Dweller.
Models from Timex, Unimatic and more feature the NASA connection. (Or, at least the branding.)
Watches from Timex, Baltic and Tudor offer the distinctive bicolor-bezel look you're after.
In addition to the space-worthy Komfit, Forstner is also bringing back "bonklip," "beads of rice" and other classic styles.
The Khaki Field watch never looked so striking as it does in this partnership with Japanese brand N.Hoolywood.
Military field watches are some of the most compelling examples in today's reissue-crazed market.
The military-inspired U4 from Italian cult brand Unimatic checks all the right boxes.