If you want the best rough and tumble watch you can do quite anything in, the obvious choice is the G-SHOCK Mudmaster GGB100. Part of a long heritage based on toughness and technology, the G-SHOCK GGB100 features a newly developed Carbon Core Guard structure that is made from lightweight and rigid carbon fiber-reinforced materials to keep the watch protected from the roughest treatment. Along with the Quad Sensors to keep you abreast of your surroundings and Bluetooth connectivity via the G-SHOCK app, you can be sure this Mudmaster will never leave you in a lurch. The G-SHOCK GGB100 is an essential piece of kit for any adventure. Learn More: Here
Oris ProDiver Dive Control Limited Edition
Oris continues to do what it does best with this bold, function-oriented beast of an oversized dive watch developed in concert with a professional offshore diver.
Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Bi-Compass
The last few years saw Bell & Ross expand its watch offerings with round case shapes, but the Bi-Compass takes us back to the beginning.
Rado Captain Cook MkII
The new Rado Captian Cook Mk II may be styled and even sized like its 1962 ancestor, but modern features make it remarkably robust.
Omega Seamaster New York Edition
Omega’s Seamaster dedicated to New York City captures the classic style of past eras in a modern, technical package.
Breitling Navitimer Ref. 806 1959 Re-Edition
With the Breitling Navitimer Ref. 806 1959 Re-Edition, an iconic watch returns in a faithful recreation of the original from 60 years ago.
Sinn 206 ARKTIS II
The 206 Arktis II and 206 St Ar recreate the original watches that first introduced some of Sinn’s legendary durability features.
Oris Aquis Date Relief
This is the same Aquis Date you know and love, but with a different bezel, dial and two sets of options for how you’ll affix it to your wrist.
Breitling Cockpit B50 Orbiter Limited Edition
Breitling’s bold new Professional watch is crammed with features and celebrates the first non-stop hot air balloon flight around the world.
Casio G-Shock Full Metal GMW-B5000V
Casio’s new G-Shock comes in a metal case with an aged treatment that gives it the look of a well-worn pair of jeans.
Mühle-Glashütte Sea-Timer BlackMotion
This masculine dive watch from Mühle-Glashütte is dark and serious, with tough German tool-watch cred to back up its mean looks.
Matthew Humphries, previously Head of Design at Morgan Car Company, designed the SA2 as a sleek automatic watch with clear automotive influence.
Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic
Titanium and bronze PVD coatings over steel cases make for interesting looks on this rugged diver watch with retro-inspired dials.
Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Barakuda
In reissuing the Barakuda, Blancpain has resurfaced an obscure military variant of the famed Fifty Fathoms, and it’s one of the best-looking recent dive watches.
Glashütte Original Spezialist SeaQ
The Spezialist SeaQ vintage-inspired dive watch is the first in a new family of sport watches from respected German brand Glashütte Original.
Zodiac Super Sea Wolf
Vibrant new automatic dive watches from Zodiac’s popular Super Sea Wolf collection are extremely wearable and fun summer wrist gear.
Serica W.W.W. WM Brown
The Serica W.W.W. WM Brown edition is a handsome, modern interpretation of the famed W.W.W. watch from World War II with a Swiss automatic movement and moderate size.
The new Vertex MP45P is a badass monopusher chronograph watch in all black that perfectly leverages the brand’s history in military watches.
Luminox Sport Timer 0900 30th Anniversary Limited Edition
Luminox’s handsome and tough Sport Timer 0900 30th Anniversary model hearkens back to the golden age of field watches.
Archimede 36mm Pilots Watch
The Archimede 36mm Pilots Watch takes a classic military design and downsizes it to a more wearable size.
Oris Big Crown ProPilot X Calibre 115
The Big Crown ProPilot X Calibre115 from Oris features a completely skeletonized in-house movement and a 44mm titanium case.
Aquadive Poseidon GMT
The Poseidon GMT is a dual-time zone dive watch housed in a 42mm case that’s water-resistant to a whopping 1,000m.
Omega Seamaster Diver 300m James Bond
Omega has released a new Seamaster Diver 300M in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the James Bond 007 film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, featuring a 42mm stainless steel case, 300m of water resistance and limited to 7,007 pieces, of course.
Mido Ocean Star Tribute Special Edition
The Mido Ocean Star Tribute celebrates 75 years of the brand’s well-known dive watch with a handsome and relatively affordable 1960s style.
Based on the American “canteen watches” of WII, Mk II’s Hellion is an automatic, military-style watch for under $700.
Zodiac Super Sea Wolf 68 Saturation
The Zodiac Super Sea Wolf 68 Saturation dive watch was made in collaboration with a renowned diver and National Geographic photographer.
Oak & Oscar Olmstead
The Olmsted field watch from Chicago-based micro brand Oak & Oscar features a “sandwich dial” and pays tribute to the company’s hometown.
Doxa Sub 300T Conquistador
Fifty years since its introduction, Doxa’s renowned dive watch gets a colorful update in the Sub 300T Conquistador.
Ochs und Junior Two Time Zones + Date
The new Ochs und Junior Two Time Zones + Date watch has an unusual, minimalist dial design, but reading the time is actually a simple affair.
Blancpain Air Command
Faithful to the original, Blancpain’s Air Command revives a model that narrowly missed adoption by the U.S. Air Force.
With the Atlas GMT watch, Monta offers a ton of value in the form of a useful complication in a solid, refined package.
Zenith Pilot Type 20 Chronograph Adventure
Zenith’s bold pilot watches in 45mm bronze cases with green dials are super stylish and recall military watches from the first World War.
Ultramarine Morse 9141N GMT
This GMT watch from indy brand Ultramarine is competitively priced and uses all Swiss parts, down to the last screw in its automatic movement.
Fortis PC7 Team
Fortis celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Swiss Air Force’s Display Team with chronograph and time-only pilots watches.
Based in the Midwest, Haven is an American microbrand debuting with a very vintage-inspired and moderately sized automatic chronograph.
Christopher Ward C1 Moonglow
Christopher Ward updates an old-school complication with modern design, bringing the moon phase into the 21st century.
This young microbrand is giving vintage chronograph fans just about everything they want with this affordable, 38mm classic-feeling watch. You won’t find a Swiss automatic chronograph for much less.
Dan Henry 1962 Racing Chronograph
The Dan Henry 1962 Racing Chronograph watch offers the looks of a vintage collector’s favorite at a highly approachable price.
Frederique Constant Yacht Timer Regatta Countdown Chronograph
The Yacht Timer watch from Frederique Constant is made for timing yacht races with a clean, handsome interpretation of the chronograph.
Breitling Aviator 8 Mosquito
This vintage-styled chronograph watch recalls its early aviation history with a solid, handsome package recalling a classic WWII-era wooden aircraft.
Bremont H-4 Hercules
Three new GMT watches from British Bremont celebrate the H-4 Hercules, or “Spruce Goose,” incorporating actual wood from the historic plane.
IWC Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph
IWC has introduced a limited-edition version of its popular Timezoner watch in “sepia brown” to mark a historic trans-Atlantic flight.
Farer World Timer Automatic
Farer’s World Timer, available in 3 dial colors, offers 24 time zones in a 39mm stainless steel case, all for a reasonable price.
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