We're drooling over these timeless timepieces in the GearCulture office. Highly stylish and unique offerings, they are forged from 100 per cent pine wood with SolidCore treatment. Mica Wood Watches are available with a choice of two strap and numerous contrasting colored faces beneath hardened mineral crystal glass. Splash resistant to five ATM, they also boast 3 hand Japanese Quartz and an elegant stainless steel buckle and crown.
An absolutely beautiful watch to celebrate its 30th anniversary, the SUPRA x Casio G-Shock GA-200SPR sports mineral glass, a stainless steel case, leather, cloth and nylon bands and is magnetic resistant and water resistant to over 650 feet. A collaboration between G-SHOCK and celeb favorite SUPRA, it also features daylight saving, an LED light and 29 time zones, all finished in a cool, matte black.
A timeless timepiece for the discerning gent, the Xetum Kendrick boats an ETA 2824-2 Swiss automatic watch movement with 25 jewels, 38 hour power reserve and 28,800 A/h oscillating frequency. The attractive matte dials are bold and distinctive, as are the contrasting range of nylon and rubber straps. Beautiful and durable, they're water resistant to over 300 feet.
We're suckers for old-school style in the GearCulture office, and the Fossil Retro Traveler Watch is the perfect blend of vintage charm and contemporary function. The sporty steel case and solid colored face contrasts beautifully with the range of colorful striped nylon straps, which, best of all, are even interchangeable.
An unusual, intruiging and downright beautiful design. The 57-jewel Ressence Type 3 Watch houses components forged mainly from titanium, with some sapphire crystal thrown in for good measure. There's no air inside, instead a fluid for optimum efficiency and accuracy. Hours, minutes and seconds are displayed on three separate dials, with no hands, that instead rotate as discs. A truly revloutionary timepiece. Don't ask us how it all works, but it's something to to do with micro-magnetic fields.
A funky, military-inpsired timepiece, the Nixon Quad Camo boasts 3 hand Japanese quartz, and is constructed from stainless steel. It's water-resistant to 100 meters and the revoltionary unibody construction offers maximum strenght and durability along with its lightweight, indestructably nylon webbing strap. Not just military-inspired, it's military tough to boot.
Timepieces don't come much classier or more iconic than the Victorinox Swiss Army 1989 Original Chronograph. Water-proof to 100m, it also boasts Swiss quartz movement, a nylon fiber case with aluminum bezel and a luxurious leather trench strap. What makes it even cooler still is that it's a limited edition, so you'd better get in quick.
Certainly one of the most unusual designs that we have ever come across at GearCulture, the 3012 Series timepieces use two rotating discs instead of hands. Crafted in Finland, the discs boast contrasting colors to allow you distinguish between the hours and minutes. The straps are rubber and the sandblasted stainless steel casing has a fine matte finish. Available in three color-schemes, all of which are very, very cool.
Constructed mainly from bamboo of all things, the Big Face Woody is one of the most unusual and coolest timepieces that we have come across. The face is only 12mm thick and 50mm wide with a mineral glass display and Japanese quartz movement. It's mega lightweight and mega tough and best of all you could even feed it to a Panda bear. But seriously, don't, they're far too precious. And Pandas too, we guess.
The watch of the Navy SEALS, the SAS and Rambo, the Luminox Recon NAV SPC is possibly the smartest, toughest timepiece out there. Swiss-made and crafted from carbon reinforced polycarbonate, aluminium and anti-reflective sapphire crystal, it boasts a walking speed tachymeter, removable compass and map scaler. Oh, it also tells the time too, with even the option of adding extra time zones for when dropped behind enemy lines. In Medal of Honor.