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
BULOVA JET STAR
Bulova is an American company, now owned by the Japanese giant Citizen, that has a history of pioneering battery powered watches. A Bulova was also worn on the moon on the 1971 Apollo 15 mission. The Jet Star pays visual tribute to a watch of the same name from the Seventies and is powered by Bulova’s 8-jewel Precisionist quartz movement, vibrating at 262kHz for a barely perceptible 16 ticks per seconds. Accurate to five seconds per month. Stainless steel bracelet. Splash resistant 40mm stainless steel case. Luminescent hands and hour markers for exceptional legibility in every environment.
£429; uk.bulova.comAdvertisement - Page continues below
ALEXANDER JAMES WHITE PILOT
This American micro brand uses Seiko’s VH31 high-beat smooth ticking quartz movement. Features luminous dial and hands for maximum legibility. Equipped with 38mm stainless steel case and screw down crown, giving 50m water resistance. Sapphire crystal and leather strap.
This new-ish Singapore brand has a range of automatic, hand wound and quartz watches. This one also uses the Seiko VH31 high-beat quartz movement, moving at a smooth four ticks per second. With 38mm stainless steel case and Harris tweed strap. Water resistant to 50m.
£176; vario.sgAdvertisement - Page continues below
RICHARD LANGE JUMPING SECONDS
If you think a one-second tick equals bargain basement, this is the watch that makes you think again. Richard Lange is a range from German firm A Lange & Söhne. Hand wound movement with clutch mechanism for precisely controlled tick. Comes with 40mm white gold case and alligator leather strap.