#GiftGuide: Watches

‘Tis the season to shop. Looking for last minute timepieces for him? Check out our list of watches with shoppable links, curated and reviewed by Aundrea Murray

Timex Weekender


This Connecticut brand has been producing classic and affordable watches for centuries. The Timex Weekender has a simplistic face with the option of pairing it with the most bold watchbands your mood desires. Their slogan ensures that this watch can “take a lickin’ and keep on tickin'” and for the price, it’s a theory worth testing. $54 available at NeedSupply.com

Timex Weekender Chronograph Military


If the Timex Weekender had an evil twin, this watch would certainly be it. With three sub-dials, a stainless steel case, and large easy-to-read numbers, you can look like you’ve broken the bank. The watch is also water resistant for up to 100 feet – you may never take this one off. $144 available at Asos.com

Skagen Ancher Quartz


The modern Danish design around this watch was inspired by the history of Skagen (a small village in Denmark) and its culture. Since 1989, makers of this watch have continued providing customers with reliable and stylish products. The modern stainless steel watch has a detailed mesh band, clean white face and a black and red second hand to add a little “oomph” to the otherwise modern piece. $185 available at Skagen.com

Seiko Adventure Solar


The masterminds around this solar-powered watch originate from Japan, so you can already bet that the technology is state of the art. It features a compass dial, luminescent hands, a protective Hardlex crystal window AND an alarm. Plus, the leather strap makes it a timeless piece for the day and for the night. $150 available at Jet.com

Triwa Lomin


The makers of TRIWA in Stockholm, Sweden made sure to create a watch that is both intricate yet casual. This model features a bezeled face with second markings to make telling the time more precise. Its tan and nylon striped band keeps it classic. $160 available at Kish.nl