Top 10 Best Watches for Men in 2020
Junghans Meister mechanical Watch
Anthracite Grey dial enhanced by silver-tone dauphine-style shape hands. Silver-tone stainless steel case with a black leather band. Hand Wind movement. 30 meters / 100 feet water resistance. Fixed bezel. Plexiglass with SICRALAN coating crystal. Transparent caseback.
Anthracite Grey dial enhanced by silver-tone dauphine-style shape hands. Silver-tone stainless steel case with a black leather band. Hand Wind movement. 30 meters / 100 feet water resistance. Fixed ...
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Small and slim (not over 40mm) and no date which is convenient.
- Polished Stainless Steel Case
- horse skin strap with stainless steel buckle
Bulova Men’s Straps – 96B104
From the Classic Collection. Silver patterned dial. Calendar. Stainless steel case. Black leather strap. Water resistant to 30 meters.
Imported; Round watch featuring logoed white dial with stick indices and date window at 3 o'clock; 37 mm stainless steel case with mineral dial window; Japanese quartz movement with analog display; ...
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So you want a simple watch at a simple price point. You've gone online and looked at: Leonard & Church, Daniel Wellington, Brathwait, MVMT and maybe a few others. You see you can pay a price point as low as $100 and cont' on up to over $300 ++. I did buy one of the previous mentioned watches, it was a handsome watch for sure, but it screams "I look pretty and I'm on a website full of beautiful people, I must make you feel you are worth it!"..... Ok, let's get real, if I could justify redistributing my wealth, I'd buy at a minimum the Rolex Cellini or something even more exclusive. But because I'm just like the average joe who realizes they need a grown up dress watch, I don't need to "Show My Class, Like an Ass". So here I'm at my favorite retailer, AMAZON and I'm doing the 'filter' thing and I come across this Bulova watch.... Didn't my grandfather have great pride in his "Accutron" watch by Bulova back in 1963 and here's that same classic look for all of $87 by Bulova today in 2016. I picked it up with free Prime delivery and it arrives 2 days later. My first impression.... Simple and just what I was looking for dressing up my wrist, with out trying to make any more of a statement than: "This watch looks good on me and with what I'm wearing."... The one con: I'm going to have to buy a better quality band, the one it came with will let me enjoy it right away, but I don't believe it will last more than a year or so. So understanding that yes, the rich do have their philanthropic duty to purchase $25,000 dollar watches, I on the other hand look just as good in my Grand Fathers Bulova..... Anyone want to go to Dairy Queen tonight for a tasty treat?
So disappointed. The case is plastic. The straps are loose. I have other Bulova watches and they don't compare to this piece of crap. How dare you Amazon!
I bought this watch three-and-a-half years ago. About six months later, it stopped. I assumed it was the battery, and I took it to Kay Jewelers for a new one. That was a lucky choice because they gave a lifetime battery warranty. About six months later, it needed another battery. A watch battery should last a year or two. For whatever reason, this watch seems to wear them out. Kay Jewelers has put in five or six batteries. The last time it stopped, a week or two ago, I got a new battery as usual. It ran about three hours and then stopped. I reset it and it started again, and then. . . stopped after a few more hours. It's been doing that ever since. It may run fine for as long as twelve hours, or it may only run for thirty minutes before it stops again. About all Kay Jewelers can suggest is to send it back to the manufacturer for a repair estimate. Ah yes, I bought it three-and-a-half years ago and the warranty is for three years. So I bought another watch instead, a Citizen. Bulova was once a great American brand. If my experience is any indication, it no longer is. Caveat Emptor.
- Round watch featuring logoed white dial with stick indices and date window at 3 o’clock
- 37 mm stainless steel case with mineral dial window
Timex Expedition Scout 36mm Watch
A mid-size update to our well-crafted field watch, this 36mm Scout design gives you rugged metal construction, a comfortable blue nylon strap, twelve or twenty-four hour military time markings and our signature arrow second hand.
A mid-size update to our well-crafted field watch, this 36mm Scout design gives you rugged metal construction, a comfortable blue nylon strap, twelve or twenty-four hour military time markings and ...
UPDATE (August 18, 2019): Have to knock this down to 3 stars. 15 months after purchasing, the watch stopped working. I knew it wasn't the battery because the backlight still worked. Two different watch repair places confirmed it wasn't the battery, but they didn't know what was wrong. They were all reluctant to do anything and just told me to get a new watch, but I ultimately found someone in Chinatown Boston who opened it up and cleaned it for $20 and got it running again. I assume there must have been something lodged in there blocking the motion of the hands. A bit concerning that something would have gotten in there or broken off inside, but at least it works again.Original Review (April 23, 2018):It feels weird to give this 4 stars because I actually really love this watch. I'm a 5'3" female with a 14cm (5.5 inch) wrist, and I was looking to replace my Timex Ironman digital watch with something just a little classier. I wore my digital watch 24/7 before it died in a hot tub, and I felt naked and out of sorts in the few weeks I went before replacing it. I still don't understand how people can function without a watch. But I digress.I had several things I was looking for in a watch:I wanted an analog watch.I wanted something I'd be able to see if I woke up in the middle of the night, and I don't trust glow-in-the-dark paint to still be luminous at 4:30am.I wanted water resistance enough to shower with the watch on so I'd know if I was dawdling too long in the shower in the morning.I wanted the date displayed.I wanted a watch that wasn't teeny tiny like a lot of women's watches are but also not so big it would look ridiculous on my wrist (again...14cm wrist).I wanted to spend less than $100.It was a tricky search to find a watch that would meet all these requirements, and the Timex Expedition Scout Unisex was the only one that did. A previous reviewer mentioned that he didn't think women would enjoy this aesthetic, but I'm a tomboy, and as I was searching for a watch, I constantly found myself eyeing men's watches and wishing there was a women's version that had the same look because the men's ones would definitely be too big for my wrist. In comes the Timex Expedition Scout, with a unisex version that is the look I want and the size I want, and meets all of my requirements. I actually bought the Timex Women's Expedition Metal Field Mini Watch as well in order to compare the two because I was worried the Expedition Scout Unisex would still be too big on my wrist, but the the Mini didn't hold a candle to this one.So why 4 stars and not 5? As most other reviewers have pointed out, this thing is LOUD. I knew that when I bought it, which was another reason I bought the Mini at the same time. I wanted to see if I could live with the ticking noise, and if not, I would have kept the Mini and returned this one. Turns out I can live with the noise. It can be annoying in certain situations, but I found that if I use the last hole (smallest setting) on the watch band, the ticking sound gets muffled against my skin most of the time so I can't hear it anymore. Using the smaller size makes me more conscious of wearing a watch, which might be an issue for some people, but being someone who wears a watch 24/7, it was only a small adjustment for me. That being said, I couldn't give a 5-star rating because I felt like the noise was a HUGE drawback. I very nearly returned the watch because of the noise. The Mini doesn't have the same problem.Overall though, I feel pretty lucky to have found this watch, as it is the only one to meet all my requirements, and I really like the aesthetic of it as well. I enjoy the blue face on mine. The Indiglo is great, and I don't know why other watch manufacturers don't have anything like it until you get to some of the several hundred dollar Victorinox watches. So far I've only showered with the watch on twice, but I'll start showering with it every day once I exchange the leather strap for a nylon one. I really appreciate Timex making a Unisex version of this so that we ladies can have something nice too!
Good:-solid build on watch.-nice bright backlight.-water resistant to 50m, don't worry about washing dishes etc.-seems to keep time well, calibrated off online clock after 1 week no difference even in seconds.-comfortable.Bad:-threads at the end of the strap alittle lose after week-no luminous hands, backlight somewhat makes up for this-depending upon position can be audible, found that strap under alittle tension eg. On wrist it becomes very quiet. Otherwise can be heard in a silent room.
Pros- Accurate- Mineral crystal is so far very clear and scratch free, despite clinking against metal surfaces regularly at work- Very readable dial, especially with the indiglo function- The band is quite thick and durable, very comfortable- The size is perfect for my small (6 inch) wristCons- Indiglo does not light up the date cutout- A small crescent at the bottom does not light up when the indiglo function is being used - not enough to harm readability, but enough to be annoying- When adjusting the date, it cannot go backwards- The band is rather stiff out of the box, but it will break in with usage- The band will become slightly fuzzy at the end with usage- The second hand doesn't align well with all the second markers- The date window roll over doesn't align perfectly with midnight - it is still rolling over up to an hour after midnightOverall VerdictOverall, I find this to be a good watch for the price. It has all the functionality I need out of a work or beater watch and for an excellent price, but if you want to wear a watch as a piece of "functional jewelry", the fit and finish leaves a lot to be desired. I would recommend checking the Citizen BM8180 or the Hamilton Khaki Automatic if you want a similarly styled watch with better fit and finish.
- Adjustable green 18mm fabric strap fits up to 7.5-inch wrist circumference
- Black dial with date window at 3 o’clock; full Arabic numerals
Seiko stainless steel solar powered watch
This classic and fashionable watch gives you a unique feeling in every outfit! -The watch has a calendar function: solar powered.
This classic and fashionable watch gives you a unique feeling in every outfit! -The watch has a calendar function: solar powered.
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a very cool looking watch..much like the Cartier Tank..thought the case size is 29 width (including crown), it wears big due to the case shape n lug-to-lug size..feels like wearing 35-37mm watch.. lug size is 23mm, and as with any Seiko, their leather strap is not the best.. but its a beautiful watch,overall..
I owned this style before it was available in solar. I love the design and the quality but now I'm doubly glad that it's available in solar
Elegant and great alternative to costly Cartier. Seiko is a brand with heritage and overall great value , this model is no exception
- This classic and fashionable watch gives you a unique feeling in every outfit! -The watch has a calendar function: solar powered
- 25cm Length
Bulova Maquina Automatic Classic Watch
From the Automatic Collection. New Sport style in rose gold-tone and gun stainless steel case, open aperture black dial with rose gold-tone accents and black inner dial ring, exhibition case back, skeleton automatic movement with 40-hour power reserve, sapphire glass, matte black silicone bracelet with buckle closure, and water resistance to 100 meters.
From the Automatic Collection. New Sport style in rose gold-tone and gun stainless steel case, open aperture black dial with rose gold-tone accents and black inner dial ring, exhibition case back, ...
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This is very nice watch and I was really excited about it!! But when I finally got it it seems like it’s not working like it should! I put it on and work but every time I move my hand the the little hand that counts the seconds stops working! And thats just by me walking not even running or doing anything crazy with it!! I know this it’s a automatic and it works by motion but it doesn’t seem to be working correctly! Very disappointed!! Such an expensive watch and it can’t even keep the time accurate!! I try wearing it for couple hours and I found out that it looses 2 mins per hour!! In a 5 hour period lost almost 10 minutes!! I have 3 bulova watch so I was really excited about this one but it turn out a big disappointment!
Pros: Beautiful watch. Cons: Seconds hand seems kind of loose, it spins when rapid sudden wrist movement is applied. Had no time to return it since I'm traveling. Very disappointing.Update: I got the watch repaired by a watch store technician for about $20, now is one of my favorite watches and it works like a charm.
I don't know if I received a defective product but I promptly returned this won't keep ticking or tick at all unless completely flat. Won't keep time at all.
- From the Automatic Collection
- New Sport style in rose gold-tone and gun stainless steel case
- Automatic-self-wind Movement
Shinola ‘The Runwell’ Leather Strap Watch
Shinola The Runwell Black Dial Leather Strap Men’s Watch S0120141490. 45 mm stainless steel round case with black dial and sapphire crystal. Luminescent hands. Minute marker around the rim, date window adjacent to the 3 o’clock position and logo beneath the 12 o’clock position.
Shinola The Runwell Black Dial Leather Strap Men's Watch S0120141490. 45 mm stainless steel round case with black dial and sapphire crystal. Luminescent hands. Minute marker around the rim, date ...
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If I could give zero stars, I'd do it.Let's start with the watch: Except the fact that the power reserve was remarkably low, the watch worked as expected for about one month. All of a sudden however, I couldn't wind it up any more. Whenever I turned the crown, the whole watch rattled as if there was a kind of motor inside; winding it up is absolutely impossible.A watch that is defect after just one month is not what I had expected, and I tried to contact the seller. It is now nearly one month later, and still no reaction by the seller. I contacted Amazon as well as I had used their platform to purchase the watch, but they denied my claim.I feel discriminated in my right to send back a defective item. This is extremely frustrating and I won't buy from Amazon.com or Ariel and Co. again. This kind of business conduct is simply lousy.And concerning Shinola watches: I can only recommend other potential buyers to keep their hands off this brand. Spending a lot of money for a watch that is defect after one month is an experience everyone should avoid!
- 45 mm Round Stainless Steel Case with a Screw Down Crown
- Black Analog Dial and a Date Window with a Sapphire Crystal
- 22 mm Brown Leather Strap with a Buckle Clasp
Bulova Dress Watch
From the new CURV Collection. The world’s first curved chronograph movement features high- performance quartz technology with 262 kHz vibrational frequency for precise accuracy. Five-hand chronograph in stainless steel case with black bezel, dark grey exhibition dial with blue accents, exhibition caseback, curved sapphire glass, black rubber 3-piece buckle closure, and water resistance to 30 meters.
From the new CURV Collection. The world’s first curved chronograph movement features high- performance quartz technology with 262 kHz vibrational frequency for precise accuracy. Five-hand chronograph ...
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I've had this watch for eight days now. I've have had time to show it to a few people. This is my very first extravagant watch purchase. I intended to wear this most every day including to work (not labor), so it had to be more than just a show piece.I am absolutely impressed with the detailed time that was taken to precisely finish every surface. No sharp edges to catch clothing nor any points that poke except for one very minor spot. The buckle has a Bulova emblem engraved on it that didn't get sanded down. There are 3 different finishes on the stainless steel: Brushed, sand blasted, and polished. Very well done indeed.I'm not a big fan of huge protruding crowns and supporting dials. This watch fit the need very nicely. Not once yet have I accidentally pushed one of the buttons or caught the crown on anything.The face of the watch has so much depth with 3 dials that seem to be carved out of the inner workings, the hour markers standing above the surface, and 2 layers of outer rings. The hour markers are polished and carved to catch light at many different angles like jewels. The hour hand and the minute hand reflect light nicely so that, even in low light conditions, you can see the time. The white phosphor tips on the hands don't seem to glow much without charging them in direct light, but it does add a contrast to the background that helps.The watch face is mostly monochromatic with a couple hints of blue for the second hand and some light blue dots over the hour markers. I like it this way; it speaks to a sense of elegance and formal feeling. The crystal is surrounded by a black band that seems to slightly cover the outer ring and adds more depth.I thought the rubber band would make the watch look cheap. Not so. It forms right into the watch itself. How did they do that? It looks smart.About the curve. Yes and Yes! It forms to my wrist way better than any other watch. I don't like thick cases that stand up tall and the curve helps with that. The curved crystal is gorgeous. I haven't had it long enough to give an opinion on how well the crystal is going to stand up to scratches, but let's hope the sapphire is hard enough for my every day abuse.The back is clear, as you know. I guess I was a little disappointed that there are not moving parts showing. The glass is inlaid into the stainless steel case and is ever so slightly raised above. I can't seem to notice it when I'm wearing it.What would I change: I don't need a chronograph very often. I guess I would rather have a date instead. I would really like a large second hand. If I'm going to time anything, it wouldn't be for more than a minute. So, I would put the date where the small blue second hand is and add a large second hand. Oh well. Small things to consider. There was a time (no pun) when watches were the single device that a person had to depend on. Nowadays, I have a cell phone with me at all times.If you like meticulous finishes, durable materials, and lean toward function over flashiness, then this watch is for you. Understated EleganceHave a good day.
I was hesitant, like most people, buying higher-end jewelry online rather than a "certified" storefront. However, this was the real thing. I've since registered the watch with Bulova directly and am still amazed that I got a watch that retails for upwards of $1,000USD for under $500USD. The watch came with the box, papers, and tag all intact and in new condition.
Can’t validate the authenticity of the watch
- Gum Rubber sole
- Platform measures approximately 2
Laco Type B Dial Miyota Automatic Pilot Watch
Now updated with scratch resistant sapphire crystal. The Laco 861690 model features a new 42mm case design that houses a proven Citizen Miyota 821A automatic (self-winding) movement. It has already become a big seller in both this Type B dial and the A dial.
Now updated with scratch resistant sapphire crystal. The Laco 861690 model features a new 42mm case design that houses a proven Citizen Miyota 821A automatic (self-winding) movement. It has already ...
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Pros: Looks like an original flieger watch, automatic and hand-winding, comes in a very nice boxCons: Indicators are too green, strap is on the cheap side, a bit noisy, non-hacking second handLaco is a German company with a great line of watches. This flieger style watch is very close to the original ones, and Laco is actually one of the original manufacturer of flieger watches. However, if you want something like the original, this is not the watch to get. It has a Miyota movement, which is manufactured by the Japanese company owned by Citizen. I'm not sure if Laco has any completely in-house watches, but there's also a more expensive model that uses a Swiss movement, the Paderborn, which is around $800. I do like the look of the Paderborn more: it has no text on the dial, which is closer to the original design of flieger watches, and the markings are white. However, I don't think it's worth the price, especially compared to this watch.The Miyota movement is pretty standard and can be found in many different watches. It's not an engineering marvel or anything to write home about, but it is a workhorse and is very reliable. The dial is very clean and true to the original fliegers, but I don't like how it has a green tint. It does glow very well, but I prefer whiter markings. Aside from the Laco logo and "Made in Germany" text, there's not much else on the dial to distract you from reading the time. There's no date indicator, no superfluous text like "Automatic" or number of jewels. I do like clean dials, and this is about as clean as it gets (of course the Paderborn is cleaner). The strap is ok, but nothing amazing. I think for a nearly $300 watch, it's about what you would expect. Laco claims it's leather, but it's probably not very high quality.I ultimately returned this watch for a few reasons. It was a bit too large for me. I think 40mm would be perfect. Also, I just didn't like the greenish tint on the markings. Everything else was fine: the Miyota movement, the strap, and the slight ticking noise. I'd like to get my hands on a Stowa one of these days since they do have some models I think I might like. If you're looking for a near-replica of a flieger watch, then this isn't a bad choice. It's not a true flieger in the sense that it's completely German made, but it does come with a very reliable movement and a German company. If you don't mind the green markings and the mediocre strap, then definitely go for it.Note: The closeup picture of the dial looks weird because it still has its plastic protective covering. I didn't remove it for the picture because of the possibility of returning it.
For those of you Fleiger/B-Uhr WWII Pilot Watch nuts on the fence about whether to spend the extra $$ to get this watch or one of the cheaper (but still very decent) Asian-made fleiger-type watches (Aeromatic 1912, Geckota K1, Seiko 5, etc.), remember this: Laco made one of the original 40s fleiger watches, and this continues that legacy of precision time keeping. Seriously, you won't regret getting this one at all. Having this on your wrist instantly brings with it a story, a timeless history, and German-made value you can't find in those cheaper alternatives. My wife gave this to me on Father's Day 2017, and I wear mine with pride - by no means is it because I adhere to Nazi ideals, but because I admire the watch's heritage of German precision, craftsmanship and quality.*Note: You may notice I have on a different strap than what it's pictured with. That's because the standard strap fits a little large on my wrist. The highest hole wasn't high enough, and I didn't want to punch a hole on this beautiful leather Laco-standard strap, so I just bought an old-world, slightly rugged styled "Ranger" strap from Hirsch and it made the watch fit better.Just thought I'd mention that the strap MAY BE TOO BIG for some wrists.
I was positively surprised by the quality of this watch. It has a case with a brushed mate finish that works very well for its toolish look and sits comfortably on the wrist. Sapphire crystal on both sides gives an added protection and lets you see the working movement (It's a Miyota so nothing fancy but a reliable workhorse) The strap is made of real leather with protective rubber coating on the sides. The only minus is the length. I had to punch a hole in order for it to fit, my 6.75" wrist.The mate dark grey dial highlights the lume applied to all the Numbers, minutes, hours markings and hands.Even the box it came in, was more than I expected for the price that I paid. I'm a happy customer.
- Made in Germany
- Stainless-steel case, black dial, Superluminova
Timex Men’s Expedition Scout 40 Watch
This men’s Timex Expedition watch is made from stainless steel and is powered by a quartz movement. It is fastened with a leather strap. The watch also has a date function.
This men's Timex Expedition watch is made from stainless steel and is powered by a quartz movement. It is fastened with a leather strap. The watch also has a date function.
After having this watch for several weeks now and reading several poor reviews before I purchased I thought it was time for my personal experience with this watch. So far it has been a very positive experience. I've had no trouble whatsoever with it. It keeps great time, the band is very well made and comfortable, the hardware has held up to daily wear and the Indiglo feature works great. I read in some negative reviews that the Indiglo feature stopped working after a few hours to a few days. That has not been my experience. I've beat this watch in my everyday work life and everything still works as normal. I also read several reviews that complained about the dark area in the Indiglo feature at 6 o'clock on the dial. That is normal and part of the design of the feature. It in no way interferes with the function of the Indiglo. I also read some negative comments about the strap becoming frayed at the holes and edges. I have a simple fix for that. Take a lighter and singe the holes and the edge of the band and you will not have anymore frayed edges. For the money this is a well made rugged watch. If you are on the fence it is my experience that this is a great value and no worries should be given to the negative comments you read. Besides, if there is a problem Amazon will make it right. Good luck and buy with confidence.
I really liked the watch when I got it. My old Timex watch had died after years of use so I replaced it with this one. I liked everything about it, easy to read, great glow, perfect size, and nothing shiny.However, on the first day wearing it out, the crown (the knob used to set the time) fell out. Thinking this was just a fluke, I exchanged for a new one. Then the replacement's strap clasp broke on the third day of wear, even before I shipped the old one back.I'm really disappointed because this is the only watch I can find that has all the features I was looking for.
Great looking watch and I wish it worked. I like the style, the band, the case, etc. It's exactly what I was looking for, however....First watch arrived in what appeared to be used condition. While the outside shipping box was in perfect shape, the timex box inside the bigger box looked like it had been opened and the watch was not on the plastic pedestal that comes with the packaging. Upon inspection the watch date and time were already set to eastern standard time; further inspection revealed the illumination feature was broken. I assume this was returned, not inspected, and resent out to me on accident. I contacted amazon, sent the watch back, and they mailed me a new one on a rush order.Watch #2 arrived in perfect shape. It was on the pedestal and it had a little plastic guard on the stem between the crown and the case which was a promising sign! On Day 2 I noticed the date was off by one day so I assumed I set the watch up incorrectly and didn't have it on the right cycle for am/pm. Fast forward a few days later and now the watch isn't holding time. Today it is 30 mins slower than the actual time. While I am not sure when this happened I know it happened within the past 24 hours.It really makes me question if these are legitimate Timex watches or if they are knock offs?
- Adjustable tan 20mm genuine leather strap fits up to 8-inch wrist circumference
- Cream dial with date window at 3 o’clock; full Arabic numerals
- Gray 40mm brass case with mineral glass crystal
Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster
From Citizen Eco-Drive, this men’s Promaster Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T watch pays tribute to the United States Navy’s elite flight demonstration squadron. The Blue Angels are renowned for their precision and grace in their flight maneuvers and Citizen has showcased these same attributes in the design and functions of this Promaster watch, making it the perfect traveling companion, no matter where the wind takes you.
From Citizen Eco-Drive, this men's Promaster Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T watch pays tribute to the United States Navy's elite flight demonstration squadron. The Blue Angels are renowned for their ...
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Date changes by self every couple of days. Something wrong with electronics. Expected more from a 500.00 + watch. VERY DISAPPOINTED
Awesome. Am really enjoying the watch!
- The Blue Angels are renowned for their precision and grace in their flight maneuvers and Citizen has showcased these same attributes in the design and functions of this Promaster watch, making it the perfect traveling companion, no matter where the wind takes you
- Boasting precise atomic timekeeping in 43 cities, this watch features a perpetual calendar, dual time, alarms and pilot’s rotating slide rule bezel