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
Seiko sells entry level watches, but prices head steeply upwards, even before you get to the lux Grand Seiko super-brand. Anyone prepared to drop several thousand on a Seiko knows that the Japanese company prides itself on quality for your cash. As well as 300m water resistance from the 45mm titanium case, this watch, codenamed SNR031, is powered by the Spring Drive movement – a mega-smooth quartz-mechanical hybrid.
£5,400; seikoboutique.co.ukAdvertisement - Page continues below
HERBELIN NEWPORT CARBON TITANE
France’s watch industry lost out long ago to the Swiss. Herbelin is one of a few names keeping the French in the game, but still relies on Switzerland for technical support. This watch has a 43mm case made from a DLC-treated carbon-titanium alloy. Swiss-made automatic movement. Water resistant to 200m.
VICTORINOX I.N.O.X. PROFESSIONAL DIVER
It doesn’t get much more Swiss than a watch from the company that makes the Swiss army knife. To make the point, this watch comes with its own matching pocket knife. The 3D dial pattern reflects the oxidised brass found in shipwrecks. Quartz movement. One of 1,200 individually numbered pieces.
£1,295; victorinox.comAdvertisement - Page continues below
CITIZEN SUPER TITANIUM
Citizen has been pioneering ways of processing titanium since it first began using it over 50 years ago. Its current offering has a 43mm case made from a scratch resistant alloy called Super Titanium. Powered by Citizen’s Eco-Drive solar-powered movement and water resistant to 100m.