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.
The M2 Diver by Haigh & Hastings ($500) is the latest entry into the sub $1000 tool style diver watch category. The M2 features a 316L stainless steel case and water resistance to 1000ft. The case is 44mm (3-9) x 53mm (12-6), so if you have tiny wrists this might not be the watch for you. ...[Read More]