style | The DigestOctober 11, 2009

All Along The Watchtower

ROLEX Oyster Perpetual ($4,400, rolex.com); TIMEX T Series Vivid Color Chronograph ($150, timex.com); BULOVA Accutron Eagle Pilot ($1,195, bulova.com); CITIZEN Eco-Drive Signature Grand Complication ($1,125, citizenwatch.com); BREITLING Superocean Steelfish ($2,945, breitling.com); OAKLEY Warrant ($695, oakley.com); TAG HEUER Formula 1 ($850, tagheuer.com).

ROLEX Oyster Perpetual ($4,400, rolex.com); TIMEX T Series Vivid Color Chronograph ($150, timex.com); BULOVA Accutron Eagle Pilot ($1,195, bulova.com); CITIZEN Eco-Drive Signature Grand Complication ($1,125, citizenwatch.com); BREITLING Superocean Steelfish ($2,945, breitling.com); OAKLEY Warrant ($695, oakley.com); TAG HEUER Formula 1 ($850, tagheuer.com).

It's not how much you spend on a watch; it's how you spend it. For example, the Timex T Series Vivid Color Chronograph is a great value at $150 because it has multiple functions, like a stopwatch and night light. The mechanical, self-winding Bulova Accutron Eagle Pilot is made of ultra-durable stainless steel, and the Citizen Eco-Drive Signature Grand Complication never needs a new battery. Here are some stylish watches that fit a variety of budgets.


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