These are the very best men’s watches money can buy, from a wallet-friendly $50 Casio, through to legendary watch brands such as Audemars Piguet, Omega and Patek Philipe.
But there can only be one ‘best men’s watch’ for each budget, and the best men’s watch in the world right now the Rolex Daytona.
Of all the men’s watches available in 2020, the Daytona has the richest history. It’s also the most attractive, and, arguably, the best long-term investment. So the Rolex Daytona is the best men’s watch available to buy right now… but what if you don’t have $17k to drop on a watch? There are of course alternatives…
No matter what watch you’re after, this page will help you find the best one. Let’s get started!
Best Men’s Watches Under $300
Top Pick: Oliver Coen — Berkeley, $199
If you’re looking for the best affordable watch, there is no better way to spend your money than the Berkeley from Oliver Coen. The breathtaking design and exceptional build quality combine to make it the best watch under $300.
It has astonishing levels of precision and reliability thanks to Swiss expertise and a state of the art manufacturing facility. They back up their claims with a lifetime warranty so should anything happen to the watch, they will repair or replace it for free.
About the watch brand: Through their reputation for stellar customer service and reliable watches, Oliver Coen has become one of the fastest-growing watch companies in the world (they now have customers in over 160 countries).
Runner up: Timex — Waterbury Classic 40mm, $129
The Waterbury by Timex is a solid choice for an affordable watch. It features a matte black case and black leather strap, and glow in the dark hands. If you are looking for a no-nonsense choice from a reputable brand, this is a good choice.
About the watch brand: Timex was founded in Connecticut in 1854 as the Waterbury Clock Company. Years later, the founder wanted to rename the company. Stuck for ideas, he took the names of two giant brands, “Time Magazine” an “Kleenex” and smashed them together — making Timex.
Budget pick: Casio —Duro, $50
If our top picks are out of stock, or you prefer a sportier watch, the Duro is the way to go. It’s one of the best-selling affordable watches and is made by Casio (who also produce the $10 F-91W — often regarded as the most reliable watch money can buy).
The Duro features three hands with a date display. It’s water-resistant to 200m and has a durable resin strap. It’s a great basic watch for everyday wear.
About the watch brand: Casio’s founder Kashio Seisakujoasio first business was making finger rings that would hold a cigarette, allowing the wearer to smoke the cigarette down to its nub while also leaving the wearer’s hands-free. He then founded Casio in Tokyo in 1946. They went on to make the world’s first compact calculator and then a calculator wristwatch. Today they are a global powerhouse.
4. Rotary — Henley, $200
Launched in 2017, the Henley is one of the best mens watches for the price due to it’s 100m water resistance and elegant design. It’s made by Rotary and features a ceramic bezel, sapphire glass, and leather strap.
About the watch brand: Founded in Switzerland in 1895, Rotary later became the official watch supplier for the British Army during the second world war. At the time, there was a Rotary watch in almost every household.
5. Braun Mens BN0032WHSLMHG, $169
The German company created a modern-classic with this men’s watch. It’s a 60’s inspired timepiece which features a clean white face, yellow minute hand and an effortlessly casual mesh-chain strap. Perfect for summer.
About the watch brand: Braun has a ‘less is more’ attitude, which stems from their designer’s education at the infamous Bauhaus art school in Germany. Braun is a brand best known for making shavers, but they have earned a reputation for quality, retro design. Previously owned by Gillette, Braun is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Procter & Gamble (the company which owns household brands such as Dawn and Bounty).
6. Seiko Mens SNE036 Stainless Steel Solar, $99
Looking for a cheap men’s watch? This Seiko boasts a power reserve solar cell meaning it’s powered by light. The champaign colored case and strap can divide opinion, but we like it.
About the watch brand: Seiko started in 1881, when a 22-year-old Kintaro Hattori, opened a shop in Tokyo repairing clocks and watches. Today, Seiko is a giant watchmaking company, generating more than $3 billion in sales each year. Seiko is now managed by the founder’s great-grandson, Shinji Hattori.
7. Tissot Classic Dream Jungfraubahn, $198
Tissot celebrated being the official watch partner of the Jungfrau Railway’s Centenary in 2012 with this watch. The classic, yet elegant dials are complemented by a stainless steel link bracelet.
About the watch brand: Now a subsidiary of the Swatch Group — the largest watch producer and distributor in the world. Tissot was originally a family-owned Swiss company and was the first company to mass-produce a pocket-watch.
8. Orient Bambino, $106
If you’re looking for a timeless watch, the Bambino by Orient is a great choice. Made in Japan, the Bambino is often voted one of the best mens watches for the price because it features a hand-wound automatic movement.
About the watch brand: Orient originally started in Tokyo in 1901 when Shogoro Yoshida began importing pocket-watches. Eleven years later he started making his own clocks and eventually, wristwatches. The company still manufactures all of its movements in-house in Japan. It’s now part of the Seiko group.
9. Swatch — Destination NYC, $210
The Destination NYC features a midnight black ion-plated steel case and black dial. This creates a unique look which treads the line behind work and play beautifully.
About the watch brand: In the 70’s and 80’s, the luxury Swiss watch companies were losing millions of dollars to a new breed of cheaper Japanese brands such as Seiko and Citizen. To combat this, they created Swatch — a Swiss watch brand which would be affordable. They were an instant success. Today, the Swatch group owns a vast variety of luxury watch brands including Blancpain, Omega, Rado, Longines and Calvin Klein.
10. Fossil — Minimalist Slim, $193
If our top picks are out of stock, then consider this: The Minimalist Slim by Fossil features a 42mm watch case and sturdy stainless steel strap. It’s a great basic watch for everyday wear.
About the watch brand: Fossil started 34 years ago in Texas, but now is a watchmaking giant. It also produces watches for other brands such as Burberry, Diesel and Michael Kors.
11. Nixon Brigade, $215
The Brigade is a watch which wouldn’t look out of place on Kanye West’s wrist, but it’s affordable at only $215. It features a classic design with a stainless steel bracelet.
About the watch brand: The Nixon brand was co-founded in 1997 by a former snowboarder who worked at Burton. Nixon is now part-owned by Billabong. They’ve since expanded their product range to include clothing and accessories such as bags, belts, and headphones. Nixon was recently valued at more than $464m.
12. Skagen — Hagen Slim Steel-Mesh, $216
Danish watch brand Skagen recently released this minimal, yet classy unisex timepiece. It features a rather small 38mm case and classic two-hand movement. In keeping with the minimal approach, it’s ultra-thin, at only 5mm thick.
About the watch brand: Henrik Jorst was working for Carlsberg in New York when he decided he wanted to create a watch company with his wife, Charlotte. Their goal was to sell 200 watches a month — enough to cover their rent, but things went slightly better than expected. Skagen was eventually bought by Fossil in 2012 for $237m. It continues as a wholly owned subsidiary, selling Danish-inspired watches, bags, and accessories.
Best Men’s Watches Under $500
1. Mondaine — Helvetica No1 Regular, $425
Celebrating the success of their Helvetica model, Mondaine launched a reiteration with two time zones in a 40mm case. It comes with a highly polished stainless steel case and sapphire crystal glass. It’s Mondaine’s bestselling timepiece.
About the watch brand: Mondaine‘s breakthrough watch was influenced by the traditional Swiss railway clocks back in 1986. Since then, the Swiss watchmaker has gone from strength to strength. In 2006, they acquired 50% ownership of American watch brand Luminox.
2. Citizen — Men’s Divers Eco-Drive, $419
One of the best entry level divers watches. It’s fitted with an Eco-Drive J800 movement inside a generous 44mm steel case. Water resistant to 200m, it’s one of the best options for those looking for a classic sports watch.
About the watch brand: Citizen was founded in Japan in 1918, but their most popular series didn’t arrive until 1976. It was called Eco-drive, which was the world’s first light-powered watch which didn’t need batteries.
3. Seiko — Prospex SRP777, $495
Seiko has taken inspiration from one of their most iconic watches, the hugely popular 6309 which was in produced in the 70’s & 80’s. If you’re looking for a diver’s watch which will stand the test of time, the Seiko SRP777 is a great choice.
About the watch brand: Seiko was the first company to mass produce a quartz watch. At the time of release in 1969, their quartz watch cost the same as a medium-sized car. However, by the late 70’s and early 80’s, Japanese quartz watches were significantly cheaper than the complicated mechanical movements used by expensive Swiss brands such as Rolex and Omega. The massive shift in sales from Swiss to Japanese brands resulted in the great quartz crisis.
4. Victorinox — Alliance, $499
Sleek, modern and slightly intimidating. This watch from Victorinox is made in Switzerland and features a 44mm stainless steel case. It’s waterproof to 100m.
About the watch brand: You might recognize the brand Victorinox as the maker of the world-famous Swiss Army Knife. They entered the watch market in 1989, capitalizing on their reputation for making products fit for the army.
5. Bulova — Accu Swiss Tellaro 63C120 Watch, $495
This chronograph watch from Bulova features a silver stainless steel case and bracelet. The rather busy face displays a day/date window at 3 o’clock.
About the watch brand: Bulova Watch Corporation was started in New York City in 1875 by Joseph Bulova, a 23-year-old immigrant from the Czech Republic. His watches began to sell in large numbers, and in 1941, Bulova produced the world’s first television advertisement. It was shown before a baseball game between the Brooklyn Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies. In 2008, Citizen bought the Bulova Watch Company for $250 million.
6. Junghans — 041/4562.00, $425
This watch features a rich tan calfskin strap with a highly polished stainless steel case. The numerals on the matte silver face are minimal and very easy to read.
About the watch brand: Junghans was created in 1861 in Germany by Erhard Junghans and his brother-in-law. By 1903, Junghans had the largest watch factory in the world with over 3000 employees. Oddly, a separate arm of Junghans produces fuze-technology for artillery, tanks and cruise missiles.
7. G-Shock — G Steel GSTS130BD-1A, $450
This G-Steel is fully loaded. It’s water resistant to 200m, shock resistant, solar powered and features a LED backlight, world clock (for 31 time zones) and a battery power indicator.
About the watch brand: G-Shock (derived from ‘gravitational shock’) is a watch brand which is manufactured by Casio. It was launched to meet the growing demand for utility watches which were hard-wearing and reliable. Most G-shock watches have a stopwatch and countdown timer, making them ideal for sports and outdoors activities. G-Shock is the go-to brand for many soldiers, firefighters, hikers, climbers, and more.
8. Hamilton — Khaki Field Officer Mechanical Watch, $475
If you’re looking for a no-nonsense mechanical watch, the Khaki Field Officer is an excellent place to start. It features a robust 38mm stainless-steel case with a practical, no-frills dial. The green canvas strap is hard-wearing and perfect for outdoor adventures.
About the watch brand: Hamilton Watch Company was founded in 1892 in Pennsylvania, USA. They were initially a successful pocket watch manufacturer, enjoying a massive 56% market share during the building of the railroads. Hamilton began to focus on wristwatches during world war 2, as soldiers needed to be able to check the time while holding a rifle (something you can’t do with a pocket watch). Today, Hamilton is a subsidiary of the Swatch Group.
9. Farer — Meakin, $475
The Meakin is powered by a Swiss made Ronda movement. It has a classic white dial and silver numerals, with contrasting gold hands and crown.
About the watch brand: Four friends decided to start a vintage-inspired watch brand. In 2015, they launched Farer in England. The company has grown steadily since. Their range includes both quartz and automatic movements.
10. Uniform Wares — C35, $455
The C35 is a minimalist dress watch which is made in Switzerland. The strap is made from Italian nitrile rubber, while the case is 35mm of beautiful stainless steel.
About the watch brand: Founded in London, England, Uniform Wares has quickly become the go-to brand for premium, minimal watches. They are best-known for being the first brand not to display their logo on the watch face.
Best Men’s Watches Under $1000
1. Movado — Ultra Slim, $700
If you’re looking to splurge on a dress watch, you won’t go wrong with the Movado Ultra Slim. The 40 mm rose gold stainless steel case is only 6.3 mm thin, allowing for an unintrusive watch wearing experience. The signature dot is placed at 12 o’clock, and the leather is crafted from calfskin.
About the watch brand: Movado was founded in 1881 in Switzerland by 19-year old Achille Ditesheim. In 1983, the company was purchased by a Cuban named Gedalio Grinberg, and today it is run by his son, Efraim. Movado now makes over $500m per year.
2. Christopher Ward, C60 Trident Titanium Pro 600, $995
The C60 Trident nicely balances a sporty look with sophisticated undertones. The unique trident minute hand is a nice touch, and the overall stealthy vibe makes it a watch suitable for most occasions.
About the watch brand: Christopher Ward was born on the River Thames in London in 2004. Chris Ward, Mike France, and Peter Ellis decided they wanted to make premium watches more affordable by selling watches direct to the consumer.
3. Mido Ocean Star Captain, $799
Mido’s solid dive watch, the Ocean Star has proven exceptionally popular in Southern America. It’s water resistant to 200m, lightweight and has a good movement with a day/date complication. It’s comfortable on the wrist too.
About the watch brand: Mido was founded in 1918 by George G. Schaeren in Switzerland. The name is derived from the Spanish term ‘Yo mido’ which means “I measure.” Mido first found success catering to the growing automotive market.
They introduced a range of watches in the shape of radiator grills in the style of brands such as Bugatti, Fiat, Ford. Mido is widely regarded as one of the top 10 makers of certified chronometers, producing over 60,000 automatic movements in 2013. Mido is now part of the Swatch Group.
4. Gucci — G-Timeless, $790
A versatile watch for everyday wear. The Swiss-made g-timeless features an elegant 38mm stainless steel case, sapphire coated lens and ETA quartz movement. It’s a good all-rounder for both work and pleasure.
About the watch brand: Gucci was founded by a young Italian immigrant who was working as a hotel worker in London. Impressed by the quality of the guest’s luggage, Guccio Gucci decided to return home and open a store selling luxury leather goods of his own. Today the company has revenues over $4 billion per year.
5. Shinola — The Guardian 41.5mm, $945
The guardian is a bold men’s watch which is guaranteed to catch the eye. It features a sandblasted PVD gunmetal case, three sub-dials, and a butterfly clasp.
About the watch brand: Shinola was founded in 2011 by Tom Kartsotis — one of the founders of the watchmaking giant, Fossil. Shinola watches are assembled in the USA (using imported parts). Shinola now produces over 500,000 watches per year, generating more than $100m in sales.
Best Men’s Watches Under $5000
1. Tudor, Black Bay Red — $3,675
Undoubtedly the best buy under $5k. The Tudor Heritage Black Bay is a more affordable alternative to a Rolex Submariner. They share many of the same parts (read why below), but the Tudor costs $3.6k, while the Rolex is $7.5k. The Black Bay is held in high regard because it comes with an in-house movement. Other features include a 41mm stainless steel case, riveted steel bracelet and water resistant to 200m.
About the watch brand: Hans Wilsdorf created Rolex and built a hugely successful empire selling luxury watches at luxury prices. 41 years later in 1926, Hans wanted to create a new brand which would be more affordable, but have a similar reputation for built quality. Obsessed with all things British, he named his new brand Tudor. The new Tudor watches borrowed many components from Rolex, including cases, crowns, hands, dials, bracelets, and crystals — almost everything. However, they saved money in the choice of movement, using cheaper models made by ETA.
Tudor became extremely popular and was the chosen watch brand for the French, Canadian and US Navies. Unfortunately, Tudor was stricken by the quartz crisis in the 1970/80’s and only was only rejuvenated in 2012. Today, they remain a sister brand to Rolex and are enjoying a revival in sales.
2. Grand Seiko, SBGX261 G — $2,200
One of the best luxury watches you can buy for under $5000 is the SBGX261G by Grand-Seiko. The watch has a loyal fanbase for a good reason. The style is delightfully classic and minimal, yet far from boring.
About the watch brand: Grand Seiko is a separate luxury brand produced by Seiko. It was created to match and compete with the most luxury Swiss companies, which offered high-precision movements at premium prices. Today, Grand-Seiko is one of the most respected luxury watch brands.
3. Omega, Seamaster — $4,100
The Seamaster is probably the most famous product line produced by Omega. It cemented its place in pop culture when it became James Bond’s preferred timepiece and is now often called the ‘007 watch’. It has been spotted on the wrists of Prince William and Joe Biden, to name but a few.
The Seamaster is available in a variety of colors and bracelet/strap options, but this model features a blue dial with a date display at the 3 o’clock position and a stainless steel bracelet. The Seamaster is powered by the Co-Axial caliber 2500 movement.
About the watch brand: In 1848, Louis Brand was making key-wound precision pocket watches with his company called the La Generale Watch Co. His two sons went on to create a pioneering in-house manufacturing process which allowed individual watch components to be used interchangeably. The watches they sold using this method were sold under a new brand name, Omega.
By the time Louis’ two sons passed away in 1903, Omega was one of Switzerland’s largest watch manufacturers with over 800 staff. The company was left in the hands of a twenty-three-year-old, Paul-Emile Brandt who went on to build Omega into one of the most desirable watch brands in the world (Omega — part 1 of 2).
4. Oris, Diver’s Sixty-Five — $1,900
Launched at Baselworld 2016, Oris reissued the Diver’s Sixty Five and was heralded by watch collectors as a considerable success. The Swiss-made watch features an automatic movement, highly-polished stainless steelcase, and durable leather strap.
About the watch brand: Oris was founded by Paul Cattin and Georges Christian in the Swiss town of Hölstein in 1904. They bought the Lohner & Co watch factory and renamed it Oris (after a nearby stream). By 1911, they had over 300 employees. Oris constructed homes for their staff in the town and operated buses to and from their factory. Today, Oris only make automatic watches and enjoy annual revenues of over $50 million.
5. Nomos, Glashutte Orion — $2020
Our favorite minimal watch, the Orion, is effortlessly elegant, making it suitable for any occasion. It is understated and utterly timeless. A modern classic.
About the watch brand: Founded in Germany in 1990, Nomos has become world-renowned for minimal design. Today they are stocked by luxury retailers around the world. Nomos has over 260 employees and produces approx 20,000 pieces per year.
6. TAG Heuer, Aqua Racer — $1700
The Aqua Racer by Tag Heuer has a 3 pin stainless steel bracelet with polished edges, but the polished indexes with luminescent markers steal the show.
About the watch brand: The company, originally named Uhrenmanufaktur Heuer AG, was founded in 1860 by Edouard Heuer in Switzerland. The TAG Group bought a majority stake in the company in 1985 and renamed it, TAG Heuer. The brand is closely tied with the world of sport; sponsoring Olympic games, skiing, and formula one championships.
7. Bell and Ross, Golden Heritage — $3,865
The Golden Heritage boasts a bold 43mm diameter steel case, sapphire case-back, an in-house movement. The watch is heavily inspired by aviation instruments used in planes and helicopters. The luminous hour and minute hands complete the timepiece.
About the watch brand: Bell & Ross was launched in 1992 by designer Bruno Belamich and businessman Carlos A. Rosillo. Their first watches were made by Swiss manufacturer Sinn, however, in 2002, Bell & Ross began to produce its own watches. Their focus on innovation and technology resulted in the brand setting a new world record for the deepest dive in history — 11,000 meters below sea level.
The precision and reliability of Bell and Ross timepieces resulted in the French Security Services ordering their watches for bomb disposal experts. They have gone on to become one of the top watch brands for astronauts, pilots, and divers.
8. EBEL, Men’s Wave — $1600
The Wave by EBEL is an impressive timepiece. It features a 40mm polished stainless steel case and gold indexes and date display. The strap is made from calfskin leather. It’s a fantastic choice for formal wear.
About the watch brand: EBEL was founded in Switzerland in1911 by Eugène and Alice Blum. They came up with the name of their brand by combining two letters from each of their first names. Their son, Charles, took over in 1932 and began expanding the company’s sales by offering their watches in the USA. EBEL went on to produce watches for Cartier in the 1970’s and was part of the LVMH group which owns brands such as Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Hublot. It was later sold to Movado in 2003 for $62m.
9. Frederique Constant, Slimline Moonphase — $3,395
Elegant and refined, the Slimline Moonphase watch is a Swiss made watch which is suitable to wear every day of the week. It features a 38.8mm rose-gold case, sapphire crystal glass and see-through case back. The moon-phase is displayed at 3 o’clock and date counter at 6 o’clock.
About the watch brand: Frederique Constant was founded in 1988 in Geneva by Aletta Frédérique Stas-Bax and Peter Constant Stas. They valued innovation and positioned the brand in the attainable luxury segment. They were acquired in 2017 by Citizen for an undisclosed sum.
10. Georg Jensen, Koppel — $1,195
The Koppel is the watch that pioneered the minimalist trend in Danish watches. It’s elegant, functional and understated.
About the watch brand: Georg Jensen opened a small silversmithy in Copenhagen in 1904. Five years later he opened a shop in Berlin, and the company has continued to grow ever since. In 2012, Georg Jensen was acquired by Investcorp for $140 million.
Best Luxury Men’s Watches ($5k+)
1. Rolex, Daytona — $16,000
Perhaps one of the most iconic watches in the world, the Rolex Daytona was introduced in 1963 to cater to the needs of professional racing car drivers. Available in numerous styling options, it has a caliber 4130, a self-winding mechanical movement which is developed and manufactured by Rolex.
About the watch brand: Rolex was founded in London by Hans Wilsdorf and his brother-in-law Alfred Davis in London in 1905. In 1919, Rolex moved to Switzerland to escape high wartime taxes in England and has remained there ever since.
Rolex made its name by focusing on continuous innovation. In 1926, they produced the world’s first waterproof wristwatch (Rolex Oyster) and in 1945 Rolex produced the world’s first watch with an automatically changing date on the dial (Rolex Datejust).
Today, the Rolex brand is valued at over $8b. In 2017, a Rolex Daytona which was formally owned by Paul Newman became the most expensive watch in the world, selling for more than $17.8m (which included a 12.5% buyer fee) at auction.
2. Patek Philippe— Nautilus, $110,000
The Nautilus was introduced by Patek Philippe in 1976 and has since became the brand’s most famous and desirable watch. It was designed by by Swiss watchmaker Gérald Genta, who previously designed the Nautilus’ closes rival, the Royal Oak (see below) for Audemars Piguet.
About the watch brand: The company was founded in Geneva in 1845 by Antoni Patek and Adrien Philippe who soon invented the world’s first Swiss wristwatch. Their timepieces are renowned for the complexity and are widely regarded to be the highest quality timepieces in the world.
Notable owners have included Albert Einstein, Walt Disney, Queen Elizabeth II and Pablo Picasso.
Patek Philippe has been owned by the Swiss Stern family since 1932, when Charles Stern and Jean Stern acquired the company during the Great Depression. Today, the company enjoys revenues in excess of $1.3 billion.
3. Audemars Piguet — Royal Oak, $17,000
Named after a British Navy ship, the Royal Oak by Audemars Piguet was first introduced in 1972 is considered to be the world’s first luxury sports watch made from stainless steel. The exposed screw heads were inspired by those seen on traditional diving helmets, while the integrated bracelet has become a hallmark of the Royal Oak.
About the watch brand: Audemars Piguet was founded in Switzerland in 1875 by Jules Louis Audemars and Edward Auguste Piguet. Initially making pocket watches but later turning its attention to wristwatches, the company began to grow quickly. Audemars Piguet opened stores in London, Paris, New York, and Buenos Aires. Today, the company remains independently owned and operated by the founder’s family.
4. IWC — Pilot’s Watch, $5,950
This pilot’s watch by IWC features an automatic movement inside a 43mm polished stainless steel case and alligator leather strap. This is the 150th-anniversary edition of IWC’s most popular watch. It’s limited to 2000 units.
About the watch brand: Aged 27, a Florentine Ariosto Jones was working as a director at E. Howard & Co — the most successful American watch company at the time. But in 1868, he decided to quit and go it alone. He moved to Switzerland and combined his American entrepreneurial spirit with Swiss watchmaking expertise.
He opened the International Watch Company (IWC) and began making high-quality pocket watches. Within ten years, he had nearly 200 staff working from his headquarters on the River Rhine and went on to produce one of the world’s first known wristwatches in 1899.
5. Omega — Seamaster Planet Ocean, $29,950
The Seamaster Planet Ocean is perhaps the most masculine watch in our guide and is seen on the wrists of celebrities including George Clooney, Daniel Craig, and Michael Phelps. If you want a genuinely unmissable statement piece, the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is a great option. The case is a massive diameter of 45.5 mm and is made from 18K red gold.
About the watch brand (2/2): Omega is one of the first brands to harness the power of product placement and marketing. In 1969, Buzz Aldrin wore an Omega Speedmaster on the moon (Neil Armstrong left his inside the Lunar Module because it’s electronic timer had misfunctioned). They have gone on to sponsor every Olympic games since 1932 and are the chosen watch of fictional spy hero, James Bond. Omega is now part of the Swatch group.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this guide to the best men’s watches.