The Nivada Chronomaster offers a classic 1960s experience for a hell of a value.
The Super Compressor was developed to increase water resistance. The design may have been superseded, but the look endures.
French watchmaker Baltic's "super compressor"-style watch harkens back to a classic '60s look.
Pistachio, salmon, bright orange, and jungle canopy motifs are the faces of this year's watches.
From simple count-up to count-down, slide-rule, tachymeter, 12-hour or more.
What's the real deal with the extra nylon fold on the back of these things, and does it really keep your watch more secure?
Don’t impulsively purchase a super inexpensive timepiece before you consider these important points.
The year is kicking off strong with great new releases at the Watches and Wonders trade show. Here are our faves thus far.
Originally made for spelunking, the Rolex Explorer II has grown into a unique sport watch icon.
And in other news, it's 36mm again. And there's a plain steel version, of course.
50th-anniversary Rolex Explorer II, anyone?
Sorry, AC/DC — back in black is out, back in bronze is in.
Tudor's Black Bay Fifty-Eight is the right size. It's got an in-house movement. It's beautiful. It's perfect.
From Speedies to Seamies (I made that up) to Railmasters and more, we have Omega watches galore.