4 Watches That Go With Literally Every Look
The watches on this list go from meetings to weekends to sports. They can be used to check how long it’s been since the client meeting has begun (“Seriously, five minutes?”), dinner at a nice event, or how long you’ve been underwater for at your scuba-diving class. They are that versatile.
The official supplier of the special forces, police, fire departments, and professional divers, Luminox produces indestructible watches that happen to look fantastic as well. Made in Switzerland (where else?), you can safely expect precise movements, superior construction, and 24/7 readability thanks to an always-on lume that lasts up to 25 years. Yes, 25 years.
You’ll rarely find an actually high-quality watch that began with a Kickstarter campaign, but that’s the story behind the Xeric Halograph II. Xeric Limited Edition Watches wanted to surprise fans with something truly cutting-edge and innovative, and people liked it—they really, really liked it. Comprised of an uber-cool, holographic display, halo hands, and a Miyota 82S7 exposed balance wheel, the watch comes with an aesthetic that makes The Matrix seem like a total nuisance. As to the rest of the components? Xeric swears by using only the best: straps made of full-grain, Horween leather in a conveniently broad range of shades, a stainless steel case, and an automatic rotor using the kinetic energy of your movements instead of batteries. Need we say more? For eye candy, click here.
Named after the Kiwi slang term for great white shark — white pointer — this is a staggeringly powerful, slick, and incredibly dignified model. With a lightweight yet durable case made of TA2 aerospace-grade titanium, highly scratch-resistant sapphire glass crystal with anti-reflective coating, and a dual layer dial, the Komrade White Pointer strikes the perfect balance between functionality and aesthetic.
As you know, kryptonite is the only substance that could destroy Superman, so you can bet that the Oceanaut Men’s Kryptonite Quartz Stainless Steel Casual Watch can withstand the most lethal attacks. Combining a scratch-resistant mineral display, quartz movement, and a minimalistic, red-and-black dial, this watch looks good and feels good. And naturally, you can take it for a swim without the risk of doing any harm.