It’s vacation time and you’re all ready to go. Well, you’re almost ready to go. What about travel watches? What should you bring to complete your cool vacay vibes? Continue reading this article to find out.
Must-See Travel Watches
Sure, you could check the time on your phone but what’s cool about that? The watch completes the look AND comes in handy when you’re at the pool and don’t want to carry your phone.
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1. IWC Big Pilot
With its oversized crown, you can easily change time so if you’re on the go a lot — you’re going to need that feature.
If your hotel room doesn’t have a clock in it, you’ll be able to see the dial from your bed since its an impressive 46mm.
This watch is a collector favorite and was an instant hit when it hit the scene.
2. Timex Expedition Scout Chronograph 42mm Leather Watch
If you’re not a fan of a heavy, clunky watches this watch could be what you’re looking for. It also has a nice design and isn’t too hard on the wallet.
The watch is designed to allow you to see the numbers well in low lighting — the club anyone?
The leather strap is 8 inches long and 22mm thick. It has an impressive double edge stitch with a clasp buckle. You’ll also enjoy the quartz analog movement with 1/20 of a second precision for time telling.
3. Tissot Seastar 1000 Chronograph Black Dial
This bold watch is sure to draw attention to your wrist. This well-crafted stainless steel body has a black engraved strap that fits comfortably.
Its sports style is evident and has three knobs. The sapphire top is scratch-proof. You’ll find the date display window at the 4 o’clock mark.
Whether the lighting is low, poor or dark, you’ll be able to tell the time with this beauty of a watch.
4. Monta Skyquest
Planning on hopping in the water with your watch? This “tool watch” is quite the deal at less than $2,000. It has 300m of water resistance that will allow you to enjoy your aquatic activities and keep track of time.
You can choose the steel bracelet or you might opt for the rubber strap if you don’t like the feel of the cold steel.
5. Garmin Forerunner 35
If you aren’t sure how to get to your destination on the ground then this watch can help you get there. This watch has GPS.
If you’re a runner or into fitness in general, you’re likely to find this watch appealing.
It’s lightweight and affordable and will help you navigate. It doesn’t stop there. As you’re traveling and working out, you can check your heart rate without having your phone or chest band — just the watch.
Notable mention: Thought we would include one last bonus watch just for something a little extra – explore the Jaeger LeCoultre lineup.
Now You’re Good to Go
Now that you’ve gone through the above travel watches, I’m sure you’ve picked your favorite. The last piece of the puzzle is together and it’s time to have some fun. Enjoy!
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