This year continues to see many strong watch releases despite global uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. Many brands are still leaning into vintage inspiration, but there are certainly contemporary designs here and there. Here's our roundup of some of the coolest new watches released over the last two weeks.
A beautiful design from the mid-20th century is getting a new lease on life in the form of a handsome chronograph.
The True Thinline Anima features Rado’s distinct ceramic case, a skeletonized Swiss movement and a stunning dial.
As part of ongoing ocean conservation efforts, the new Oris Carysfort Reef Limited Edition watch raises awareness for a Florida-based charity.
The new Yema Flygraf Pilot packs a ton of value into a handsome timepiece with military looks and the brand’s own automatic movement.
The newest release from French watchmaker Yema resurrects the very first Superman dive watch from 1963.
The Baltic Aquascaphe now comes with a steel 12-hour bezel, larger hands and indices and your choice of rubber strap or bracelet.
The Black Bay Fifty-Eight captured the hearts of watch lovers everywhere in 2018, and now it comes in blue.
The new TAG Heuer Carrera Sport Chronograph watches marry classic and contemporary looks in time for the brand's 160th anniversary.
Mido’s eye-catching “Rainbow Diver” from the ’60s has been resurrected as the limited-edition Decompression Timer 1961.
H. Moser & Cie.'s Pioneer Centre Seconds Swiss Mad Red combines some of the high-end brand's most distinctive features.