Best Selling & Most Popular Pulsar Watches for Men
Since the 1970’s, Pulsar has been at the forefront of the watch manufacturing industry, having the distinction of creating the world’s first electronic digital watch. To this day, the brand continues to make watches that are not only excellent timekeepers but are also functional, packaged in designs that are innovative, bold and contemporary. Below are a few bestsellers that you can add to your collection.
Top 7 Most Popular Pulsar Watches for Men
Hands On With the Best Pulsar Watches
Price when reviewed: $98.50
This black and yellow timepiece is not only attractive; it offers more functions than just being an instrument to tell the time.
It has a chronograph function with a one-fifth second stopwatch that allows you to measure elapsed time for up to 60 minutes. It is also a calendar that indicates the date, as shown on the display window that is found at the 4 o’clock position on the dial. The PU2007’s construction is robust, with a stainless steel case that has a screw down case back.
The strap is made of black calfskin leather that has been made more appealing with perforated and yellow stitching details, and fastened with a buckle. The analog display dial is black and has silver tone, white and yellow accents. On it you can see the luminous hands and hour indices as well as the chronograph sub-dials. Rimming the dial is a steel bezel containing a tachymeter scale.
Price when reviewed: $101.25
The PW6009, which is an item in Pulsar’s On the Go Collection, is exactly what you need for the fast-paced lifestyle.
This analog and digital display watch uses Japanese quartz movement for its numerous features that include: calendar for date, day and month; hourly chime and daily alarm; 12 and 24-hour time display; and a chronograph that is capable of measuring split time.
The watch face is extremely eye-catching, with the smooth texture of the polished steel case contrasting with the dark color of the dial. The dial shows luminescent hands and hour markers that are accented in orange. The digital displays are indicated in grey and very legible against the black background. Surrounding the dial is a stationary bezel with a tachymeter scale. The watch is water resistant to a depth of a hundred meters.
Price when reviewed: $69.95
The PT3395 is an affordable timepiece that not only looks good but is very practical.
The case and link bracelet are both made of stainless steel. Housed on the case is a black dial that has a textured surface, showing a honeycomb pattern. It displays white and silver tone time indices, while the hour and minute hands are luminous and outlined in silver tone.
The sweeping second hand sports a red hue, matching the color of the indices on the outer border and the hands contained in the three sub-dials. Two of the sub-dials serve as timers for the watch’s chronograph function, while a third is a 24-hour time display. Between the 4 and 5 o’clock positions is a window that indicates the date.
The stainless steel bezel is adorned with 4 silver tone rivets and is black in color, making the red-accented crown and pushers more prominent. To keep track of time, the timepiece makes use of a Japanese quartz movement.
Price when reviewed: $97.51
This 47-millimeter round-shaped watch is a wrist accessory that you can wear with any casual outfit.
It exhibits an all-black exterior, with a black ion-plated stainless steel case that is attached to a black polyurethane band. The negative LCD dial is multi-functional. It is capable of showing the time in 39 cities around the world and can also be utilized as a calendar, stopwatch, alarm and a countdown timer.
It also has 14-character message display that is programmable. Moreover, it is equipped with an LED backlight, which makes the digital display readable even in low light conditions. An additional feature that this timepiece provides is its 10 ATM water resistant capability, making it suitable for swimming and snorkeling.
Price when reviewed: $59.00
This predominantly black timepiece possesses a uniquely designed watch face.
Topping the black ion-plated stainless steel case is a dial exhibiting silver tone time indicators. The hour, minute and second hands are also in silver tone, with the hour and minute hands coated with luminescent material.
There are three sub-dials, two of which are for the chronograph function while one serves as a 24-hour time display. The sub-dials’ surfaces are textured, covered with a pattern consisting of concentric circles, which complements the dotted surface of the dial’s center.
However, the most interesting detail on the watch face is the circumferential aperture that exhibits the dates of the month, with the exact date highlighted on a rectangular window found at the 4 o’clock position.
Price when reviewed: $89.94
The sleek-looking PT3207 never fails to make an impression.
This large-sized, round-shaped watch has a black ion-plated stainless steel case attached to a black polyurethane band that utilizes a buckle closure. It dial is also black, displaying orange-colored indices to indicate the time.
The hour, minute and second hands are also in orange, as are the markings and the hands of the three sub-dials. A rectangular date display is positioned between the 4th and 5th hour indices. On the right of the stationary black bezel are two pushers and a fluted crown.
Price when reviewed: $89.87
This monochromatic watch is classically designed and casually elegant in its simplicity, with a black stainless steel case and bezel, black polyurethane strap and a black dial.
The dial, however, contains some details that make the watch face more interesting. Its surface features a square pattern that causes the silver tone stick indices to be more prominent.
The baton-shaped hour and minute hands are luminous while the sweeping second hand is white. A date display is found at the 3 o’clock position. The PS9099’s timekeeping function is powered by a Japanese quartz movement.