Five Great Watches for Hitting the Gym in 2018

Buying the best watch for the gym can be a big decision because of the numerous brands and models that are out there. Furthermore, you will want to be sure that the watch you buy will be of superior quality. A watch that can withstand extensive vibrations and not lose its accuracy, and most important, it will not get ruined because of exposure to excessive moisture. It’s with that in mind that we decided to review these top Watches for the Gym. They are all of good quality with varying designs that allow different individuals to keep track of time, enjoy the sport, and enjoy the look of a nice and quality watch on their wrist.

Richard Mille RM 50-03 Tourbillon

The Richard Mille RM 50-03 Tourbillon is made to look sporty and elegant, which at first may seem like they aren’t meant for the active lifestyle in the gym, however, they have a superb resistance designed exactly for such a lifestyle. The design focuses on a superb resistance to moisture, and a lightweight design, which makes it easy to forget that you have it on your arm during the heat of the game. This Richard Mille model for example weighs only 38 grams, which is an excellent fit considering that it has a horological punch, a split second chronograph, and a tourbillon. Moreover, the skeleton design combined with its red and black design gives a true sporty appearance.

Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Carbon

The Excalibur Spider Carbon from Roger Dubuis is another watch that is ultra light, features a highly advanced design, yet you can wear safely during sports or any other active lifestyle. Roger Dubuis was the first one to craft a sports watch that makes us of movement plate, bridges, and a tourbillon upper cage made from carbon. It’s the kind of watch that you can wear and immediately draw attention courtesy of its unique design. Just like the previous watch we just reviewed, you will easily forget it’s on your wrist, until you remember to check the time and immediately get mesmerized by its flying tourbillon.

Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45

This Tag Heuer is a perfect wrist watch if you want to keep track of time while having fun playing your favorite sport. This watch was developed in collaboration with Intel, which is why it has a handy interface, and it’s packed with sensors. Together, the sensors and interface allow you to gather and analyse the gathered information with ease and comfort. Moreover, its modular concept allows you to swap the straps, lugs, and bracelets into something that will be a perfect match for your attire or workout gear. Moreover, you can also swap between the Smartwatch and the mechanical module, which has a tourbillon. That allows you to enjoy both worlds when it’s most convenient to you.

Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph New York

If you are a sports fun or even a professional player, there is a likely chance that you have encountered Hublot. A brand that’s well known for sponsoring various sports, as well as athletes of great notoriety. For example, they recently renewed their 1-year deal with New York Giants, which has allowed them to be their official timekeeper. Furthermore, they have also announced that they will be signing a marketing deal with Giant’s quarterback Eli Manning, who is also its captain. To celebrate those developments, they decided it by making the Classic Fusion. Some of its notable features include a blue carbon bezel, and a uniquely designed strap that closely resembles the leather used to make a football. That’s why you will surely draw attention with this watch any time you wear it.

Suunto Spartan Sport

If you enjoy digital watches, then you will enjoying wearing this watch. It is equipped with a GPS that offers superb tracking. Moreover, it’s accurate in both tracking your location and time, and its Movescount platform is artistically designed. It gives you vibration alerts, lets you plan your training, gives you your pulse rate readings, and tells you how much distance you have covered. It can track over 80o different games thanks to kits programming. Overall, it has all the bells and whistles that you can expect from a modern digital sports watch.


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