5 of the Best Men’s Watches on Huckberry

Finding a new watch is a common preoccupation of ours here at The Coolector and we know the trials and tribulations that can ensure when seeking out the ideal accessory for your wrist. That’s why it’s always gratifying to have some of the finest looking timepieces all laid out in one place with options to suit every budget. That’s exactly what Huckberry have done and if you’re in the market for anew watch yourself, this is a great place to start.

Check out a few of our favourite watches from Huckberry below:

Nezumi Studios Baleine Watch – $500

Boasting a 316L stainless steel finish, this Nezumi Studios Baleine Watch has the look and feel of a classic diver, which has been crafted for everyday wear. The diver is an essential accessory for the contemporary man, and for the guy who’s after something a little different than your average dive watch from the big boys, Nezumi is a first class option. Their Baleine Diver Watch ticks all the boxes on our list here at Coolector HQ — namely, first class water resistance, lightweight enough for everyday wear, old school aesthetic and an automatic movement — and perhaps best of all, it still comes in at the $500 mark, no mean feat in the watch industry. ($500)

Marathon General Purpose Quartz Watch – $360

Robust, adventure ready accessory, we’re big fans of the Marathon General Purpose Quartz Watch here at Coolector HQ. This top notch field watch is designed for everyday use by military personnel in a wide array of locations and situations across the world. Crafted to be lightweight, reliable, and always accurate, the GPQ expertly combines military robustness with Swiss craftsmanship in an accurate and rugged timepiece that doesn’t break the bank and comes in under $400. It’s high-torque, Swiss-made quartz movement is accurate, reliable, and easy to maintain and it’s understated style goes with any outfit choice. ($400)

Alsta Nautoscaph III – $879

An extremely striking timepiece which has an exclusive black PVD case that is only available on Huckberry and limited to just 50 pieces, the Alsta Nautoscaph III will add a touch of class to your wrist. This awesome offering is a remastered version of the original Nautoscaph, as worn by Richard Dreyfuss in Jaws, and it boasts a really unique design, uncompromising construction, not to mention a seriously deep water resistance. It has a stainless steel case with durable, scratch-resistant PVD coating and a anti-magnetic, shock-resistant, and water-resistant construction that makes it ready for any adventure. ($879)

About Vintage 1815 Chronograph – $349

About Vintage create timepieces that take their inspiration from vintage designs, but they’re also invested in the journey a timeless piece takes on its way to becoming a sought after vintage item. This manifests itself in them designing watches that can go the distance and will be the sort of thing that you’ll want to pass from one generation to the next. The 1815 Chronograph is a throwback to the invention of the chronograph in 1815, and is carefully crafted for you to rely on it for decades to come. Stylish, affordable and dapper in the extreme. A favourite of ours at Coolector HQ. ($349)

Form Function Form Horween Leather Chronograph – $119

Extremely pleasing on the eye, the Form Function Form Horween Leather is a striking addition to the wrist with a great performance and price tag. It has an adjustable length button-stud band fits virtually all wrist sizes with over 2″ of adjustment and includes the original Timex slip-thru NATO-style band Dimensions. For those wanting a highly functional and versatile accessory for their wrist, this one is definitely going to tick all of the right boxes. ($119)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.