Here are the best watches we've found this month
Some of the best timepieces across a range of budgets you need to check out now
BREMONT S500 REORG
Only 20 years old, Henley-based Bremont has already become one of the most popular watch brands among military types. The company ethos is built around flying, driving, diving and all manner of macho outdoor pursuits, and a good deal of Bremont’s business is small orders for different regiments of the armed forces. This watch is a special edition made in partnership with the charity REORG, which focuses on maintaining physical and mental health among military personnel, veterans and emergency services. With chronometer-rated automatic movement in scratch resistant 43mm DLC-coated stainless steel case, water resistant to 500m. A proportion of sales go to charity.
£3,795; bremont.comAdvertisement - Page continues below
The brand used to live in big sister Rolex’s shadow, but a few years back started coming out with mega cool watches and made a name all of its own. Tudor’s Ranger is an entry level piece with a sense of adventure. Automatic movement in 39mm steel case, water resistant to 100m.
From £2,170; tudorwatch.com
LUMINOX AIR PILOT
A US company that uses Swiss tech, Luminox made its name in the Nineties producing watches for the US Navy Seals. The watch is a tribute to the Lockheed P-38 Lightning, a US fighter plane used during WW2. Quartz movement in a 42mm stainless steel case, water resistant to 100m.
£520; uk.luminox.comAdvertisement - Page continues below
BULOVA A-11 HACK
Bulova has a history of inventiveness that includes the first electronic watch back in the Sixties, and making timing instruments for NASA spacecraft in the same decade. This watch looks further back, paying tribute to watches ordered by the US in WW2. With 37mm stainless steel case and water resistant to 50m.