Valbray EL1 "100 Years Of Leica Photography Edition"


If you were wondering what kind of watch would perfectly complement a Leica camera, here's your answer. Valbray's EL1 "100 Years of Leica Photography Edition" celebrates Leica's centennial with a watch that is as over-engineered as their cameras. Limited to 100 pieces, the watch features an incredible diaphragm dial that mimics a shutter blade when you turn the watch bezel and opens to reveal the watch's chronograph dial. Available this June.

$24,000, Valbray (via Hodinkee)

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Longines Heritage Diver


Longines reissues another great classic from their archive, the Heritage Diver. Available in a three-hand and chronograph version, the Heritage Diver is wrapped in a 43mm stainless-steel cushion-style case and is backed by an automatic movement with a 38 hour power reserve or 42 hour power reserve in the chronograph model.


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TSOVET JPT-NT42 Summer Colors


Another great TSOVET release this season is their new JPT-NT42 colorways that great a bright upgrade for the summer. The black 42mm cases contrast perfectly with the brightly-colored dial options and feature rubber straps, luminous markers, and a Japanese Miyota movement.

$225, TSOVET

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If you've been looking for a reasonably priced watch that you can wear with anything, you might want to check out TSOVET's new JPT-PW36. Classically sized at 36mm, the watch is perfect for dressier occasions or casual ones and features details like a domed crystal, raised inner ring, and a Horween leather strap.

$225-$250, TSOVET

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The Hill-Side Watch Bands


If you've been looking for a new band, but want to accessorize with something a bit different than your usual NATO strap, The Hill-Side has got some great new options that will bring a nice pop of color to your favorite timepiece. Using their Japanese fabrics, the Hill-Side came up with a colorful range of straps finished with tan leather trim and mil-spec buckles and eyelets.

$59, Hickoree's

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Breitling Superocean Chronograph Steelfish


Breitling adds a rugged new Chrono to its Superocean collection, the Chronograph Steelfish. Water resistant down to 1,650ft, the watch boasts a 44mm steel case, 25-jewel automatic Breitling 13 movement, day/date functionality, unidirectional bezel, and cambered sapphire crystal that's glareproofed on both sides.


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Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Ultra Thin 1948


Jaeger-LeCoultre newest addition to the Reverso line is their Grande Reverso Ultra thin 1948. Clasic and understated, the watch's design is true to the original model and features a manually-wound calibre 822/2 21 jewel with a power reserve of 45 hours. Crafted and decorated by hand, the movement is just 2.9mm thick and sits under a grained, silver dial with applied indexes.


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IWC Ingenieur Dual Time


On the other side of the watch spectrum is IWC's latest model, the Ingenieur Dual Time. The jetsetting Dual Time features a 43mm stainless steel case with a white or black dial. Local time is complemented by a 24 hour track that displays your second time zone and is also two-toned to easily differentiate between day and night. The automatic Calibre 35720 is a 27-jewel movement with a 42 hour power reserve.


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Jacob Jensen Curve


There are no incredibly elaborate watch movements or precious metals to note here, Jacob Jensen's Curve is all about good, clean design. The minimal watch features an hour index and a rotating minute disc powered by a quartz Miyota movement that sits inside a domed mineral crystal and a matte case with a polished bezel.

Jacob Jensen

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Tender Nato Strap


Tender has got a cool alternative to your usual NATO straps with a beautiful leather strap that is oak bark tanned in England for 18 months. It also does away with all the unnecessary (well, for the most of us) loops which are sand-cast from solid brass.

$76, Slowdownjoe

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