Top 5 Unique Unisex Watches Under $200
“Variety is the spice of life”
There have been many watches that defy the basics and they are quite obtuse. However, there’s nothing wrong with pushing the boundaries and being innovative in the watchmaking space. From rarely-used materials, to different time-telling designs, there are many bizarre watches out there and we found the top 5, most are under $200!
Let’s see how weird life can get and check out these examples.
Unique & Interesting Watches Under $200
Interesting & Non Traditional Watches In Detail
Vivid colors. No hands. Not even a single numeral.
This timepiece by Ziiiro wipes clean the face of watchmaking. The watch’s “hands” consist of two gradated swirls: the crest of the thicker one indicates the hour; the tip of the thinner denotes the minutes. Japanese quartz movement ensures accurate timekeeping and a hardened mineral lens protects the dial. S
et in a black stainless steel case and paired with a fully adjustable mesh strap, this unique watch is perfect someone who rocks a casual, unconventional style.
If your friends laugh when you call to say, “I’m on my way!” then ZIZ’s classic “Whatever I’m Late Anyway” watch might be right for you.
Featuring a 38mm brass case, round bezel and genuine leather band, the watch’s outwardly traditional design makes it suitable for both casual and business casual wear. But the playful message on the face saves it from banality: Arabic numerals lie in a jumble in the lower right quadrant of the dial, while silvered alpha hands sweep past them.
Powered by quartz movement, this timepiece is protected by a mineral dial window and is water resistant up to 99 feet.
This eye-catching minimalist wristwatch give you no choice but to live in the now.
The quartz-powered watch puts a virtual spotlight on the present time while obscuring all the remaining hours, save a shadowed view of one hour into the future and past. The 40 mm black stainless steel case holds a black dial with three rotating discs, which reveal the hour, minutes and seconds respectively.
An analog watch with a digital feel, this never-replicated timepiece comes with either a black leather or silicone band.
Eco-friendly men seeking an unique watch should consider this handsome natural wood watch.
Masculine yet lightweight, the watch is crafted of Tasmanian Blackwood, a hearty timber known to be ideal for delicate craftwork. The 33mm bezel has notches representing hour and minute markers, while additional grooved hour markers feature on the wooden dial.
Complications include month, date and 24-hour sub-dials with bright orange hands adding a splash of color. A hardened mineral, scratch-proof window covers the dial, and multi-function Miyota movement keeps the watch ticking on time.
Thanks to its classic design, the watch works well with either a business suit or casual wear, but it’s the dark rich wood that makes it stand out as an unusual beauty.
You like being different but not too different: A classic brand with an unusual twist is just your style.
Consider then Bulova’s Frank Lloyd Wright dress watch. From its brass case to its black calfskin strap, the watch is all elegance and tradition – but its antique silvered dial puts in a category of its own. The distinctive numerals on the watch face reproduce the original 1930’s typeface created for Wright’s exhibition drawings.
Beautifully capturing the famed architect’s love of geometry, each figure was constructed using only 45- and 60-degree angles. Japanese quartz movement runs the watch’s silver-black baton hands, and the piece is water resistant up to 100 feet. This quality timepiece is certain to evoke curiosity and command attention.