makes some highly useful timepieces, but they are also highly nice to look at. Not sure exactly what it is about their quality designs, but they do a good job of staying a boutique brand and have a polished look with a good manly demeanor. I snapped a few images of watches with color combos you might not conceive as being great, but that look mighty fine here.
First is a black cased version of their Supertraveler watch. This version with a PVD coated black steel case must be new. It is fitted with an orangey-yellow reptile strap and looks stunningly good (especially with the black stitching). It is really a solid mix of colors that work together. Then you have one of their "Licensed Pilot" model watches with a blue dial, with some yellow trim mixed with a yellow reptile strap. Note the baby blue stitching meant to match the face - very cool.
One of the best parts of Vogard watches in addition to their looks (easy to read dials, bold hands) is their signature complication). You open a lever on the right side of the watch and then turn the bezel to chance the timezone of the watch. Perfect for traveling. The time zones are all written on the bezel, and you can adjust the watch both "east and west." The GMT hand however is not independently adjustable, and serves as synchronized 24 hour hands so that you can know if it is AM or PM. Prices for the watches is about $7,750 with the straps, and about $8,000 with metal bracelets. Vogard offers a lot of color customization options, which you should certainly take advantage of if you are interested in their timepieces.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review