The Omega Seamaster 300M Co-Axial Chronograph Watch with 41.5mm sure has been around for a good while now, and it admittedly is not the sort of Omega that's been taking headlines in recent years, but boy, have I grown to love it for all these – and a variety of other – reasons. It is not without its own quirks either, so let's see how it fares in the long run.
Breitling is known for large case sizes, all watches being COSC-certified, and recently poaching Georges Kern from Richemont. Their recently announced limited-edition version of the Breitling Chronoliner B04 watch with a red gold case fits right in with the blingier, showier side of Breitling. With chronograph and GMT complications, the B04 is touted by Breitling as the "flight captain's chronograph."
Building on its TomTom Spark running range, the Adventurer packs in many of the same features but throws in some killer outdoor extras which make it a canny pick for fans of the wilderness. New sport modes mean you can now track hiking, trail running, skiing and snowboarding, and you can quickly upload GPX routes to follow them from the watch.