Father's Day Gift Guide 2017

Father’s Day is just around the corner, and you’ve just now started thinking about what to get him. We’ve been there before, so we thought it’d be helpful to provide you with some ideas to win dad’s day. Everyone knows that new watches make the best gifts, so without further ado, here are some highlights from each of our watch categories.

Also, don’t forget about our Father’s Day Sale, where you can take 45% off + free shipping with code THANKSDAD. It ends on Father’s Day, June 18, 2017, and only excludes the Mako USA II.

Divers

Mako USA II – An exclusive to US and probably one of the most complete watches at its price. Solid end links, sapphire crystal, and a sleek design will allow Dad to wear it when he wants, where he wants, doing what he wants. Starts at $375

Ray II – Inspired by some of the most classic diver designs to date, the Ray II is as versatile as they come. It comes equipped with our newest mechanical movement, and with incredibly bright and lasting lume, it’ll quickly become a tool that he can rely on. Starts at $335

Sport

Sentinel – A modern yet simple timepiece that’s offered in a variety of colorways. It’s the kind of watch that’s unique looking, but with the functionality to get things done. It’s a great choice if he doesn’t like anything that’s flashy, but stylish enough for his taste. Starts at $315

Flight – Our pick for those who enjoy the outdoors. This pilot-style watch features an easy to read dial, 200m water resistance (screwed down crown) and lume that will light up the night. It’s adventure-ready, to say the least. Starts at $295

Executive

Sun and Moon Version 2 – An example of sophistication and elegance that is within reach. The multi-faceted, multi-dimensional dial is chock-full of features and intricate details that will undoubtedly make dad say “woah”. Starts at $395

Polaris GMT – The ideal watch for one who’s always on the road or in the air. The Polaris GMT displays two time zones at once, so home doesn’t feel that far away. The classic design motif also doesn’t hurt, and will fit right in in first class. Starts at $575

Classic

2nd Generation Bambino Version 2 – The next gen Bambino has few tricks up its sleeve (literally), starting with the new automatic, hand-winding and hacking movement. The popular antique-style design has endured, however. Starts at $300

Bambino Version 4 – Our newest Bambino design is an amalgamation of the styles that came before it, taking influence from both classic and modern looks. However, when it comes to style, it stands on its own: it’s offered in never before seen color combinations. Starts at $310


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