To mark DSPTCH's three year anniversary, the guys teamed up with Lum-Tec to make this sharp, limited edition M46 Chronograph Watch. The watch features a 316L stainless steel case with a matte black finish, a 44mm face (excluding the crown), and a Miyota OS20 Chronograph movement. The watch also allows you some customization as it includes four different strap variations (a black and a grey PVD hardware NATO strap, a custom molded anti-static rubber strap, and a 316L stainless steel bracelet). If you want to get in on the celebration, however, you'll have to hurry as the watches are limited to just 30.
MWC supplies watches for the military, police forces, antiterrorist units, and also, for you. Each of these military-inspired watches is crafted to last a lifetime and stand up to a beating. Perfect for adding a touch of ruggedness to whatever you’re wearing.
MeUndies creates comfortable, good-looking underwear that we wouldn't mind getting this holiday. Don't forget to check out their ultra-soft tees and patterned socks and take advantage of free shipping on orders to the US and Canada. They've also got matching sets for men and women (meaning you and your girlfriend can match without being THAT couple.) Right now they're offering 25% off your first purchase when you use the code CM25 at checkout. Plus the first 500 customers will receive a $10 gift card to Goldbelly.com ... check it out
Newer brands looking back on vintage creations for influence is nothing new--especially in the world of watches--but that doesn't always mean the endeavor ends as successfully as Nixon's foray into the vintage influence / work-wear inspiration area. The Industrial Craft Collection is described as "a story that's meant ... continue reading
The history of the wristwatch can be summed up in a simple bell curve. First they were simple and functional, then they grew to gargantuan proportions as bells and whistles got slapped on, and now they are coming back to their roots. For a stylish but minimal watch, look no further than these from Komono. Each sports ... continue reading
When the guys at Rossling & Co. set out to design a watch, they had three goals that we can relate to: affordability, versatility and style. They didn't just do a good job achieving those goals, they did a great job. The final product they're going to be delivering--no worries about this project not getting funded--is ... continue reading
We're no strangers to the "It's 5 o'clock somewhere" mentality, but Happy Hour takes it to a whole different level with their watches. Each of their watch bands includes a bottle opener to facilitate getting the party started wherever, whenever. If that sounds familiar, it's because we told you about their first watch ... continue reading
It's hard to find a watch this beautiful and be able to actually afford it. Journal Standard teamed up with Timex to take the company's classic Camper and infuse it with a little bit of extra style. Complete with a Journal Standard leather band (choose from Black, Brown or a really unique Navy/Aqua) the Timex x Journal ... continue reading
The W.T. Author No. 1905 watches are gorgeous. The throwback features like a ribbed case, wire lugs, tapered crown and riveted leather strap make us feel connected to a past we only ever hear about in stories. Limited to 125 pieces of each of four different face colors (blue, black, cream, white), the No. 1905 is also ... continue reading
Wood is a great material to use for a lot of things because of its natural strength, durability and character. Those things also make it difficult to make more than one kind of watch out of wood. You know the watch we're talking about. It's the one with the solid links, the standard movement and the characteristics ... continue reading
If you haven't heard of wristlet watch you're not alone. Believed to be one of the first official standards for a military issue watch, the wristlet is basically a pocket watch affixed to a strap so it can be worn on the wrist. It's also know as a trench watch. The significance of this achievement was nothing short ... continue reading
A decade ago there was a huge blackout on the East Coast. In remembrance of that event, the guys at Billykirk decided to work a little blackout magic of their own. They took some of their more popular products and blacked them out with all black leather and black hardware. The new collection includes two belts (No. ... continue reading
As many wait for an iWatch to finally get the go-ahead, other companies have jumped in and kicked-off the smartwatch revolution. The latest to throw their hat in the ring is Samsung as they've officially announced the release of the Galaxy Gear. Besides the standard and obvious features a smartwatch will sport - integration ... continue reading
Plenty of companies make watches with interchangeable NATO straps. Hell, plenty of companies make watches that just happen to work with other companies NATO straps. It doesn't really matter if you're looking for a new watch to put on a NATO band, or a new NATO band to put on a watch, HyperGrand has some provocative ... continue reading
There's something truly fun and whimsical about the Pebble Watch collection from the newly launched Danish brand Bulbul. The face is asymmetrical and actually, well, face-like... if that makes any sense. There are no numerals on the face. It's powered by a Ronda quartz movement, but it has a decade long battery life. ... continue reading
3D printing has already provided people with the ability to make some pretty neat things, and if this rvnDSGN watch is any indication, the future is even brighter. Every one of the watches the company makes is handmade in the USA per order using 3D printing technology. The titanium watches also sport some pretty solid ... continue reading