With its understated design, you’d be forgiven for underestimating the Victorinox Inox Titanium’s ($595) capabilities. However, with its lightweight titanium body and Swiss-made quartz movement, this understated matte grey timepiece slips easily into modern life as well as more exotic climates. Additional features include a bold seconds hand, date dial between the 4 and 5 o’clock markers, a screw down caseback and crown, end-of-life indicator and triple coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal. Water resistant to 200 meters and with a 43mm diameter case, this sleek watch offers everything the modern man requires.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest The Tudor Pelagos ($4,000) has been called the poor man’s Rolex, but it is so much more. The Tudor watches are owned and made by Rolex. The primary difference in Rolex and Tudor watches is the movement. Rolex uses an in-house Rolex made movement, while Tudor uses base Swiss ETA movements. Otherwise, […]