Our Favorite Indie Watch Brands

The rise of the boutique watch can only be good for you.

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Big brands are all fine and good, but with the proliferation of small brands (thanks in large part to the internet) it’s become clear there’s more to the watch world than Rolex, Omega and Patek. And though they don’t usually feature in-house movement and ultra-rare complications, boutique watches often have relatively low price points and unique looks. We’ve seen our fair share of affordable boutique watches over the years, but narrowing it down, these are our favorites.

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A Customizable Dress Watch for the Casual Generation

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A Young Brand Unveils an Affordable GMT Watch

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A Unique Take on the Racing Chronograph

Though the brand is inspired by one of the greatest race tracks in the world, Raidillon is a standout more for its striking watch designs.

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3 Young Companies Reinventing the Fashion Watch

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