Rolex Explorer II Orange Hand Watch

If you haven't noticed, we're fans of the black/white/orange combo around these parts, which makes the Rolex Explorer II Orange Hand Watch ($TBA) the unofficial watch of Uncrate. Designed in celebration of the Explorer II's 40th anniversary, it features a 42mm stainless steel case, a new Rolex caliber 3187 movement designed and manufactured entirely by Rolex, a matching bracelet with a Oysterlock clasp and safety catch, a fixed bezel, water resistance to 100 meters, and, of course, an orange 24-hour hand.

  • Omega Hour Vision Blue Watch

    Created to help support ORBIS International's fight against preventable blindness, the Omega Hour Vision Blue Watch ($TBA) is the latest limited edition from the Swiss watch maker. Highlights include a 360 degree see-through case-body, a 41 mm stainless steel outer case, a Co-Axial calibre 8500 movement, a brushed blue dial, 18 karat white gold hour, minute and seconds hands, a date window, a black leather strap, and water resistance up to 330 feet, or way farther down than you'll ever need to wear it.

  • Bremont P-51 Watch

    We've seen plenty of watches inspired by aircraft, but never one that's actually made from one. Until now. The Bremont P-51 Watch (£7,450; roughly $11,800) is a chronograph chronometer built using original parts from the 1944 Mustang WWII aircraft P-51K-10, otherwise known as "Fragile but Agile." Original aluminum from the plane's fuselage is integrated into the dial and movement of the P-51, while the dial itself is inspired by the clocks found in the plane. Other features include an internally rotating bezel, a calf-skin leather strap with stainless steel buckle, and the ability to whip flyboys into a froth thanks to its one of 251 limited edition status.

Your cart

× Close

Free ground shipping in the U.S.
International rates at checkout.
Returns & Refunds