They not only help you track time, but also help you with your fitness. Modern sports watches for men have some very impressive features. They double up as fashion accessories and fitness watches.
The best watches, from A to Z: 1. The company was founded in , and the Royal Oak is the brand's most popular model. We love this simple stainless steel model with a blue Grand Tapisserie pattern dial.
It features a a self-winding manufacture calibre movement with a hour power reserve, and is water resistant to 50 metres. Bamford London Mayfair Date The Bamford Mayfair Date is dependable and has the added benefit of being waterproof to 10ATM, making it a great accessory for outdoor activities whilst remaining effortlessly cool and stylish.
Baume Small Seconds Baume is a sustainability minded watch brand which only launched earlier this year The brand aims to use sustainable, recycled, and up-cycled materials where possible, and the elegant watches are fully customisable, with over permutations achievable on an online configurator.
Now happily available to those of us without our wings, the BR03 packs a sapphire crystal face and a hard-wearing leather strap. Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Blancpain is the world's oldest watch brands, founded in , and the Fifty Fathoms is one of the first diving watches.
This model has been updated for and features a striking blue bezel, dial, and canvas strap. Each piece is designed and assembled in Switzerland, and embodies all the luxury you'd expect from such a historic brand.
It's not too chunky with a 38mm diameter, and only 8. Perfect for industrial design fans. Breitling Navitimer B01 Chronograph The Navitimer is Breitling's most iconic and popular collection, it has been a fan favourite with aeronautical enthusiasts since its original release in This model boasts a 43mm stainless steel case with a transparent case back, showing off the impressive COSC-certified self-winding movement.
Bremont Jaguar MKI Bremont is T3's favourite English watch brand, but despite appearing so historic, they've only been going since This range of watches were built in collaboration with Jaguar, celebrating the historic Jaguar E-Type.
The MKI is beautifully paired back, featuring a slim steel case and black tachometer-inspired dial. The winding crown resembles the original Dunlop tyre tread, and features Bremont's anti-shock movement.
This model is powered by reliable quartz movement and enclosed in a 31mm 18ct rose gold and stainless steel case. Casio Classic Leisure Alarm Chronograph Okay, so this isn't the last word in elegance, but sometimes occasion calls for a cheap, durable digital watch.
This watch is compact and unobtrusive on the wrist, featuring a digital display with time, day and date always on show. It's waterproof up to metres and has a massive power reserve of up to 80 hours.
Christopher Ward C65 Trident Diver Christopher Ward has gone retro with its latest range of watches, and we think they've hit the nail on the head with their designs.
The brand just keeps getting better and better.
The GPS is used to keep your watch synchronised as you travel across the globe. With world time in 27 cities, the Navihawk boasts the fastest time keeping signal reception speed and pretty much every single dial you can imagine on a watch face.
With its resolutely vintage style, this watch is crafted from DLC-treated blackened stainless steel and is finished with a rubber strap which resembles 60s Dunlop tire treads. Inside is a chronometer-certified self-winding in-house movement.
Corum Bubble Watch Fifteen years after the dazzling success of its emblematic Bubble watch, Corum continues to celebrate its iconic design with a number of limited edition models. They're really fun pieces. The Bubble Gaming watches revive the signature themes of the original Bubble, while the Bubble Tourbillon watches showcase versions incorporating grand complications.
Fossil Commuter We really like the clean aesthetic of this chronograph from Fossil. The 42mm case houses a blue satin dial with stick indices, chronograph movement and a brown leather strap. Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch If you like the idea of fitness tracking, but don't like the cheap rubber straps of Fitbit et al, the Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch Worldtimer is for you.
Quite simply, this is the most elegant fitness tracker you can buy, sporting a 42mm rose gold plated steel case, paired with a deep navy blue alligator leather strap.
The watch face and stainless steel case looks quite classical, and the Louisiana Alligator leather strap adds luxury.
G-Shock Mudmaster G-Shock claims the Mudmaster was designed for people who frequently come into contact with 'rubble, dirt, mud, debris', and judging by the styling — explosions.
This update boasts a digital compass, thermometer, LED lighting and timeserver signal reception. Hamilton Ventura Elvis80 Auto Circular watches are for, well If you're looking for something a little different check out Hamilton's Ventura range.
This timepiece looks like a s interpretation of a futuristic watch, and we love it. If you hadn't guessed from the name, this model pays tribute to the King of Rock and Roll himself, Elvis Presley a Ventura actually featured in his film, Blue Hawaii. Powered by Hamilton's own H movement, with a massive power reserve of 80 hours, it is a truly modern timepiece.
Based on Marc Berthier's design from , it plays with geometric shapes and finishes, and is now a bit larger, at 38mm.
We've had the pleasure of reviewing the Classic Fusion Ultra-thin Skeleton All Black and let us tell you - it's something special. With a hour power reserve, this manually wound piece lets you see the inner workings of the HUB It's thin by Hublot standards at 2.
Finding the perfect balance between function and form, the watch features a 42mm 18ct rose gold case, sapphire crystal, and brown alligator strap. An innovative mechanism means the dial is smoothly concealed by the reversing case, switching to a metal back that fully protects the crystal and dial from possible mallet strokes.
It's been an icon since its inception, and was even worn by Christian Bale when playing Batman. It's the largest German watch manufacturer and was founded in It now creates clean, simple, and very attractive timepieces. The Max Bill Chronoscope is our favourite model, commemorating one of the most extraordinary designers of the last century.
Fully automatic making full use of the heritage and engineering prowess that Longines have perfected over the last years this Heritage Gents watch is as striking and bold as it is well made.
Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Manufacture Squelette The Squelette's metallised sapphire crystal skeleton dial displays almost all of its movement's complex workings, while remaining waterproof to m.
A crocodile and calfskin leather strap adds class, while a limited run of just adds exclusivity. Mondaine Helvetica No1 Regular We can't describe the Helvetica any better than Mondaine can: "a classy-unpretentious and practical timepiece. No1 for simplicity and unshowy neutral elegance.
Montblanc Timewalker Montblanc's beautiful new Timewalker features all the hallmarks you'd expect from a collection over a decade old.