Maurice de Mauriac has been receiving a lot of positive press recently, the company was founded by Daniel Dreifuss, a well-known and respected watchmaker.
Watches like this appeal to me, they’re antithetical to the currently-trendy giant face hipster watches and they stand well apart from anything digital.
Ingersoll has been producing watches since 1892, the German watchmaker produces some rather unique timepieces with this member of the Bison Collection being a great example of their work.
The Chronograph Modern XL watch by Maurice de Mauriac is a Le Mans inspired timepiece featuring a titanium case, a sapphire crystal face and an ETA 77.50 Swiss movement.
California based Xetum Watches produce some very interesting timepieces, the relatively new company uses modern, American designs and powers them with ETA 2824-2 Swiss automatic watch movements – the same internal architecture used by luxury brands like Cartier, Breitling and Bell & Ross.
Suunto build some of the most intelligent watches, or wrist-top computers, that money can buy. This watch, the Suunto Elementum Terra All Black features an altimeter, barometer, chronograph, a 3D compass, it tells the time and it’s water resistant to 100m (300ft).