10 of the Best Men’s Watches from Huckberry

We love brands that make it so much easier to peruse your favourite products all under one digital roof and that’s why we so consistently find ourselves gravitating back to Huckberry here at Coolector HQ. One product in particular that they’ve got a stellar line up of is that of watches and we take a dive into their offering to find 10 of the best.

Check out our pick of 10 of the best men’s watches from the guys at Huckberry below:

VAER A5 Automatic Watch – $450

Minimalism and style are the order of the day with the A5 Automatic Watch from VAER ($450). It boasts a 316L stainless steel case which is plenty durable enough for any adventures that you’ve got in the pipeline for 2020. It has a high-quality Japanese-made automatic movement and extremely scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass that means it won’t let you down during wilderness adventures. Each one of these A5 Automatic Watches from VAER is assembled by hand in Los Angeles, California, and comes with two straps: a Horween leather strap and a sporty silicone strap. ($450)

Unimatic U1-FN Watch – $725

Bold and uncompromising, the Unimatic U1-FN Watch ($725) is a favourite of ours here at The Coolector. It is powered by a Japanese-made Seiko NH35A automatic mechanical movement and has a double-domed, scratchproof sapphire glass crystal with anti-reflective coating that makes it a stand out performer for the adventure inclined. The 120-click mono-directional dive timer bezel with sapphire glass insert ensurees that it is a great choice for those who love to spend time in the deep blue sea. It boasts industry-leading Super-LumiNova® C1 luminous paint for low-light legibility and each one is hand made in Italy. ($725)

About Vintage 1926 At Sea Watch – $375

A reimagining of the classic dive watch, the About Vintage 1926 At Sea Watch ($375) is about as classy as it gets for under $500. About Vintage craft timepieces that take their inspiration from heritage designs but they’re also invested in the journey a timeless piece takes on its way to becoming a sought after vintage item and designing watches that can go the distance. The 1926 At Sea Watch from About Vintage is built from a highly durable and sleek stainless steel case and is powered by a premium Japanese-made quartz movement. This watch is ideally suited to underwater adventures and boasts an impressive water resistance of some 200m. ($375)

Luminox ICE-SAR Arctic 1200 Watch – $521

Boasting a 100% Swiss construction, the Luminox ICE-SAR Arctic 1200 Watch ($521) is going to deliver an unparalleled performance on the wrist. It uses a Swiss-made quartz movement and a bi-directional rotating bezel. The Luminox self-powered illumination delivers a constant glow for up to 25 years in any light condition which makes it a stand out performer in this area. It has a scratch- and impact-resistant sapphire glass crystal casing with anti-reflective coating and a 200m water resistance. ($521)

Nixon Regulus Watch – $150

If you’re going to opt for a digital watch, you might as well make it one of the best in the business and that’s certainly something which can be applied to the excellent looking Regulus Watch from Nixon ($150). It is crafted from an extremely durable custom injection-moulded TR90 case and the hardened mineral glass is super scratch and shatter-resistant. The custom digital LCD module is encased in a protective PU jacket and Poron foam padding that delivers super tough shock absorption and durability and it has an array of functions which includes dual time, time of day (12 or 24 hour), day/date, auto calendar through 2099, dual chronographs with 1/100 second resolution visible from all mode screens, countdown timer, 3 independent alarms, adjustable LED backlight, and silent mode. ($150)

Centric Instruments Lightwell Field Watch MKII – $250

A great price for such an excellent looking timepiece, the Centric Instruments Lightwell Field Watch MKII ($250) has certainly turned our head here at Coolector HQ. It is minimalist in design but forward-thinking in construction and this cracking field watch will rapidly become part of your daily wardrobe rotation. It is powered by a Japanese-made Seiko quartz movement that’s powered by light and requires minimal attention and the NATO strap is made from highly-durable elastic nylon webbing that stretches with your wrists movements and delivers exceptional comfort day in, day out. ($250)

Jack Mason Aviator Watch – $195

Reach for the skies with this awesome looking Jack Mason Aviator Watch ($195) which has a pleasing aesthetic and excellent performance. It takes its design inspiration from the instrument gauges of an aircraft and the traditional Aviator dial boasts Super Luminova markings for easy reading during the day or night. The 42mm case keeps the watch at a classic size for a comfortable every day wear timepiece. With a 10ATM water resistance, the watch can be worn comfortably in everyday situations where there is water exposure. Each dial is hit with a subtle red, white, and blue marking on the second hand, which signify the colours and match the colours of the American Flag. ($195)

Komrade Urban Diver Watch – $499

This handsome dive watch has uniquely original dial art quality construction that really sets it apart from the competition. The Komrade Urban Diver Watch ($499) has a case made from 904L stainless steel which is the same stainless steel that is used by the most luxurious watch brands on the market so the quality will speak for itself. It uses the Japanese Seiko NH36a automatic mechanical movement that winds itself using the motion of your wrist and boasts a 40 hour battery reserve which makes sure it won’t stop ticking on you throughout the day. ($499)

Lonegrade HDR140 Watch – $278

Another minimalist marvel, the Lonegrade HDR140 Watch ($278) is going to be a dapper addition to any man’s line up of timepieces. It is powered by a Swiss Ronda Caliber 713 Quartz movement with impeccable precision and the quartz features gold plating, NIHS 91-10 shock resistance, 18.8 Oe magnetic resistance, and a 3 year battery life. This understated timepiece is water resistant to 100m and the inner surface is coated with an antireflective material to reduce glare. Each one is assembled by hand in the USA and the full grain leather strap is crafted from domestic cow hides and features quick release pins for quick strap changes. ($278)

Serica W.W.W. WMB Edition Watch – $540

Taking their inspiration from vintage British military, Serica is bringing the W.W.W. back to the mainstage with their superb line up of timepieces. The Serica W.W.W WMB Edition Watch ($540) has been designed in conjunction with Matt Hranek: a photographer, director, world-class traveler, and renowned author of the book A Man & His Watch and WM BROWN Magazine. It is Swiss made and it is coated with Superluminova for clear visibility in low light. With a mechanical Swiss-made movement and sleek stainless steel case, this watch is a reliable piece that’s intended to withstand the rigours of hard use. ($540)

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