Quartz watches

Certina DS Action Chrono Quartz watches / Swiss Watches

With its 42.5mm case machined out of 316L low-carbon stainless steel and a Rolex-like unidirectional rotating bezel, this new Certina DS Action Chrono quartz diving watch is available both on a sexy black rubber strap (ref. C013.417.27.057.00, pictured) and a more practical stainless steel bracelet (ref. C013.417.11.057.00.) As affordable as it is, this one looks like a good choice for those not willing to spend tons of money to buy a 'real' Submariner, but still not willing to opt in for an "homage" from smaller watchmaking brands of dubious origin.

Argonaut 1000 TQ diving instrument by CX Swiss Military Watch Quartz watches / Swiss Watches

CX Swiss Military Watch -a brand that some people mistake with Victorinox Swiss Army, but is not- has recently revealed its new Argonaut 1000 TQ diving watch. Combining a bold, testosterone-dripping exterior with an impressive water resistance rating, it is a bit too expensive for a watch powered by a rather average quartz movement (you will have to go for the Argonaut 1000 COSC if you want an automatic ETA 7750-based caliber, but that one is even more expensive.) Still, I have an impression that the watch will be not particularly hard to sell since it literally (well, actually it is 'figuratively') screams quality and sturdiness, and what else do you need from a professional-grade diving timekeeper?

Zodiac ZMX 03 chronograph watch: what’s the point exactly? Quartz watches

The former Swiss watchmaking brand Zodiac, which is currently owned by the American-based Fossil, has revealed another timepiece of dubious concept. The new Zodiac ZMX 03 chronograph watch delivers a puzzling combination of a deliberately oversized body with deceptively rugged look, which is not supported by neither increased water resistance, nor extra shock or magnetic protection. Also, for a fashion gadget powered by a mundane, throwaway-type quartz mechanism, the price tag that it wears seem unreasonably, even ridiculously high.

Michel Herbelin Newport Trophy Grand Sport quartz watch presented Quartz watches

Based in a Jura mountain village of Charquemont commune in Eastern France, Michel Herbelin watchmaking company sits so close to the Swiss border it just can't stop producing finest quartz watches in the world. Well, excluding Switzerland, of course. Meet the new Michel Herbelin Newport Trophy Grand Sport family of watches that are going to bring some rugged elegance into your life.

Chopard Happy Sport Mark II Chrono All Black ladies watch Quartz watches / Swiss Watches

The Swiss watchmaker Chopard has extended its last year's Happy Sport Mark II collection with new All Black model, which is now available in two versions: one with a fixed bezel set with almost four dozens of beautifully cut diamonds, and the other featuring a sportier design with a rather standard unidirectional rotating bezel with a diving time scale. Both feature matte black PVD finish that makes a perfect background for the moving diamonds on their dials.

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