Sports watches have increasingly become de rigeuer even for the most elite brands, but in 2020’s WFH world they are more relevant than ever. Whether you are zipping around in your supercar, teeing up on the green or plotting an escape at sea, the latest timepieces are equipped for every solo adventure. Richard Mille’s ultra-light Cermet case, a material harder than diamond and lighter than titanium, offers a barely-there feel on the wrist, while the slightly curved case of Greubel Forsey’s Balancier S snuggly hugs the wrist and Rolex’s yellow-gold SkyDweller, now on a rubber strap for the first time, has versatility as both a dress watch or as an accessory to your shorts and t-shirt. Equipped for the rough and tumble, these watches will not only withstand the test of time, but also the great outdoors…and, if nothing else, they’ll make a nice statement on your next Zoom call.
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