These historic timepieces go well beyond expectations.

By Mitch Rustad

Rolex Explorer 40

Whatever your outdoor sport may be, it’s time to step up your game with the latest iteration of a true classic. Forever known as the watch that accompanied the first humans confirmed to summit Mount Everest in 1953, the Rolex Explorer is legendary, and the Explorer line has expanded with this spectacular new 40mm model. Crafted from Oystersteel, an alloy specific to the brand, this extravagant timepiece features a Chromalight display that emits a long-lasting blue glow in darker light, and a bright white hue in brighter conditions. Equally robust and comfortable in any circumstance, the Explorer 40 also features an Oysterlock folding clasp, which prevents accidental opening, and an Easylink comfort extension, which allows the wearer to increase the bracelet length by approximately 5mm for enhanced comfort. In a word, spectacular.



Citizen Tsuki-yomi A-T

Did you ever have a luxury watch that could literally read the moon? In addition to being a sleek, sporty and gorgeous timepiece, the Tsuki-yomi A-T is the world’s first moon phase watch, combining Citizen’s legendary and innovative atomic timekeeping with styling that embodies the moon’s surface and a window at six-o’clock displays the current moon phase. Beyond just telling the time, this timepiece features a moon phase display, world time in 24 time zones, a perpetual calendar and day-date functionality.



Breitling Endurance Pro

When it comes to luxury meeting lifestyle, it’s hard to top the Endurance Pro, the ultimate athleisure watch. In other words, this lightweight beauty is ideal for high caliber athletes and the casual, everyday hiker—for those whose professional and sporty lifestyles blend seamlessly together. Who says rigorous workouts and being fashionable don’t go together? The Endurance Pro comes loaded with delights: an ultra-light case, a robust material 3.3 times lighter than titanium and 5.8 times lighter than stainless steel. Better yet, this timepiece is non-magnetic, thermally stable and hypoallergenic, which makes it highly resistant to scratches, traction and corrosion.


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