Nigel Cabourn x Timex Desert Watch

One of the coolest field watches made by Timex so far, British menswear designer Nigel Cabourn collaborated with the beloved watchmaker to produce the Desert Watch for just under $200.

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms 70th Anniversary Tech Gombessa

Blancpain continues to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the fifty Fathoms 70th diving watch with a world-first in watchmaking. The Fifty Fathoms Act 2 Tech Gombessa can time dives of up to three hours compared to the usual 60 minutes in most divers.

Ollech & Wajs OW M-110

Inspired by the Swiss maker's long military and dive expertise, that goes back to the 1950s, Ollech & Wajs released the m-110, a crossover between diver and field watch.

Unimatic Modello Uno GMT U1S-TGMT

The best-looking diving watch so far made by the Italian maker, this a mechanical GMT watch that can be sunk up to 300 meters (1000ft) and there aren't many out there.

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition

Best looking Omega ever on James Bond's wrist, since 007 sacrilegiously ditched his Rolex Submariner 6538 in Goldeneye (1995). The Seamaster 007 sports a tropical brown dial, lumed bezel and a stylish Helium valve at 10 o'clock.

Rolex Deepsea Challenge 126067 RLX Titanium

Originally a non-commercial prototype built for James Cameron's descent to the Mariana Trench, the new Deepsea Challenge is the biggest Rolex available. 50mm in diameter, 23mm thick and 61mm from lug to lug, fully built in lightweight Titanium.