- 1 Citizen Men’s Stainless Steel
- 2 Seiko Sport Analog
- 3 Casio MDV106-1A
- 4 Timex Weekender
- 5 SkagenAncher
- 6 Timex Expedition Scout
- 7 Casio Edifice
- 8 Komono Magnus
- 9 Timex Camper
- 10 Timex Waterbury
- 11 Cheapo Harold Japanese Wave
- 12 Komono Winston
- 13 Nixon Gun Rose Time Teller
- 14 VOID Sond
- 15 Kenneth Cole New York Analog
Citizen Men’s Stainless Steel
If you’re looking for a refined and tough appearance, you need to go and look at any Citizen watch,e specially this Men’s Stainless Steel timepiece, which is set in a sleek stainless steel case and similarly designed band. It’s handsome, and even comes with a five year warranty. Dive in! It’s water resistant up to 30 meters and it’s super accurate thanks to the quartz movement.
Seiko Sport Analog
Seiko has brought a simple option to your choices with their Sport Analog wrist watch. The watch is understated, with a classic stainless steel casing, white numerals, black face, and a navy blue band (made of canvas). It’s a solar powered watch, so you will never need to change a battery!
Established in the 1940s, Casio is an electronics brand, headquartered in Tokyo. They offer everything from calculators to watches, and their first ever product released was actually a smoking pipe! Casio watches are amazingly affordable, but they do not sacrifice style. The Casio MDV106-1A is the perfect example! It is a durable stainless steel dive watch featuring a coin-edge bevel, Japanese quartz movement, and a ribbed rubber band.
The Weekender Olive T2N651 was designed by Timex, a watch brand known for being one of the most popular and affordable watch makers out there. Timex was founded in 1854 in Waterbury, Connecticut. They became so well known for their dependability, accuracy, and reliability that the USA specficially used Timex brand watches during WWI.
Skagen, a Denmark-based brand, was founded in 1989. Since, they have become known for creating modern goods, and one of their finest offerings is the Ancher watch. It’s a stainless steel timepiece with an intricate, elegant looking mesh band, easy to read markings set on a black face, and a red and black second hand for added detail.
Timex Expedition Scout
The Expedition Scout, brought to you by Timex, is a military-inspired watch with high notes of masculinity. It’s as good looking as a watch can get with a clean black dial, luminescent hands, plain numerals and markers, and a protective mineral crystal glass. The tan nylon strap rounds it all out, and the watch is water resistant up to 50 meters. Plus you have the INDIGLO night light feature for all of your fantasy missions!
Casio also offers a chronograph-style watch, the Casio Edifice. It looks expensive, but will ring up at less than $100. The band and stainless steel case hold the black faced dial. You’ll be amazed at the numbers hosted on the watch, kept track of by the three sub dials. It’s not technically a dive watch, but it is rated to be water resistant for up to 330’.
Komono Magnus will beat the multifunction monstrosities out because this simple and elegant timepiece will not weigh down your wrist. It’s an ageless watch available in a wide variety of colors and finishes. It has a large yet uncluttered analog face that sits inside a brushed metal case which features a stainless steel backing. The Japanese quartz movement easily allows you to track time with the complications of the excess buttons and dials that most modern watches have. It’s a cool and sophisticated watch held by a leather wristband that adds the final finishing touch to the effortless style of this accessory.
With everyone relying on smartphones, young watch wearers will especially stand out amongst the crowd. Most people wonder, why even both with a watch? Well, these days a watch will help you look more mature, sophisticated, and help you stand out in the best of ways. That’s why Timex designed the Camper watch. You can take it with you all the time to any place and will not be upset when it finally wears out since the price is so affordable.
Timex has been cranking out watches for over 150 years, many of which have become classics. To celebrate their most recent anniversary, they re-released the iconic Waterbury. The Waterbury is a elegant watch with a matter black case (made of stainless steel), Arabic markings dotted on a black face (featuring INDIGLO Night Light), and a leather band.
Cheapo Harold Japanese Wave
The brand name “Cheapo” itself embraces the soul mission of the company: cheap products! But Cheapo aims to take away the dirty connation and make the statement that cheap doesn’t necessarily mean low quality. Its line of affordable watches does just that. This Cheapo Harold Japanese Wave watch looks admittedly expensive when admiring its stainless steel case, white face (that has three subtle black hands for contrast), and the patterned band designed to provoke the image of waves. It’s well suited for your next visit to the beach!
The brand Komono has dedicated itself to making small things into great things, and their line of watch does just that. This classic and crisp wristwatch, called The Winston, has a mineral crystal coating atop a deep blue face, and is held on by a perforated leather band.
Nixon Gun Rose Time Teller
Nixon is a southern California based company that’s been making watches since the late 1990s. While they haven’t been around for long, they’ve already gotten a reputation for quality, although slight out of the ordinary, watches. The Gun Rose Time Teller is a rose gold watch set in a stainless steel case. The face is coated with scratch-resistant material to make it all the more durable. And, as a bonus, it has a 330’ water resistance rating.
A Swedish designer residing in Hong Kong established VOID in 2008. The brand itself is known for making incredibly unique watches that are destined to stand out and grab everybody’s attention. The Sond watch looks like a watch you might see in The Jetsons. The futuristic look is adored by the gray plastic casing, nylon face, and digital display. We picked the all-gray version, but you’re able to mix and match the band and casing in over 500 different color combos.
Kenneth Cole New York Analog
The Roman numeral markers, lizard embossed band, and textured dial are the focal points of this dressy watch. Kenneth Cole’s New York Analog sells for under a hundred bucks, but this watch looks way more expensive! It can definitely fit in with a fancy outfit or on any occasion. It’s got a Japanese quartz movement and is water resistant up to 99’. The scratch resistant mineral crystal also means its durable!