New Diesel Time Frames: Our Picks

New Diesel Time Frames: Our Picks

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This is a Diesel sponsored article about the latest and greatest in the world of Diesel watches. (Thanks Diesel!)

The designers, engineers and all-around-badasses at Diesel have had their noses to the proverbial grindstone since we reported about our favorite Diesel watches. The new watches incorporate multiple faces, time zones, childhood memories and, of course, copious amounts of black. These are our favorites. [Ed. note: Our attention spans are as short as yours, but make sure you get all the way to the bottom. You could be handsomely rewarded.]

On the surface this watch looks like the ubiquitous digital piece everyone had in grade school. But just like those Hypercolor t-shirts you were so fond of, it changes color based on body heat. We’re not going to call it a mood watch, but you get the idea… DZ7211 – $85.00

If you multi-task anything like we do, knowing the time in three different places is a necessity, not a convenience. Sure, we could do the conversions in our head, but that doesn’t look anywhere near as good. DZ7208 – $250.00

The DZ7092 lies somewhere between stylish leather wrist accessory and doomsday clock. Scrolling red LED numbers keep you apprised of proximity to quitting time – at all times. DZ7092 – $170.00

As the most minimalistic watch in the collection, the DZ1413 feels a bit like Marilyn Monroe at a Lady Gaga concert. Which is to say it’s classically gorgeous and not just making a statement. DZ1413 – $160.00

Part porn star watch, part stylish time instrument, the DZ1408 is like Ron Jeremy guest starring on an episode of Entourage. Slightly out of place, but no one – you included – will be able to look away. DZ1408 – $295.00

We don’t know what caused Diesel to make a watch out of the DNA from a spaceship and LEGOs, but we like it. It can’t teleport you anywhere instantly, but at least you won’t miss your flight. DZ7153 – $225.00

The Sam Fisher of Diesel watches, the DZ4192 is the perfect combination of military precision, polyurethane straps, shitloads of black and the iconic light-up-the-night green accents. DZ4192 – $180.00

It might not have a built-in communicator or detonator, but this watch is perfect for the budding Bond or Bourne. Or just for you to wear out for the evening. DZ1409 – $100.00

As simple as it is black, the DZ1430 is everything you love about Batman (leather and black stainless steel), without the things you don’t (fake nipples). DZ1430 – $160.00

Like all the best sponsors, Diesel is throwing product at us. Product which we’re going to give to you. Even though it’s not a flux capacitor, the Hypercolor-esque Thermal Attraction watches will still take you back to your childhood in an instant. Diesel wants to help you relive your glory days by giving one lucky reader a Thermal Attraction watch. To enter, visit Diesel Time frames and check out their full collection of men’s watches. While you’re there, pick out your favorite Thermal Attraction watch (DZ7211, DZ7212 or DZ7213) and leave a comment below with your color choice. We’ll choose a winner on Monday 2/14.

CONTEST CLOSED!

Congrats to Tony (g4torture…..@gmail.com)  We’ll be in touch

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