Three of the best from the American watchmaker. And what’s with the tuning fork?
Not the slimmest business case ever, but at just $90.00, it hits all the other right points.
A simple chrono with tons of details for $180. Or it’s cheap non-chrono kid brother, for $39.99.
Giltman.com is starting to get on a roll. Click for a preview of the Friday Noon ET Watch sale.
Proving that a black tie doesn’t have to be boring. On sale for $34.99
GQ’s observations on what could become trends this fall. With thumbs up or down from us.
The same company that owns Calvin Klein, Van Heusen and Izod, just bough Tommy Hilfiger
The luggage equivalents of a George Clooney / MacGyver Lovechild. Both under $140.
Because not a lot of us have the time or money to properly shine our shoes.
Kennethcole.com’s video style guide returns. What they got right, and very wrong, for a first date.
A stunner of a black chronograph for only $150.
Revolutionizing good looking eyewear. They ship you five samples to try on for no charge.
Mainstream, upscale affordable watches. Hopefully discounted huge, on Giltman today.
Even with the Safari name, it’s refined enough that you won’t be confused for Dr. Livingstone.
Fossil can make some odd looking watches. But they’re affordable. Here’s the three best they offer.
You might think you look cool. But the women around you don’t.
The first and last Money Clip you’ll ever buy. Not cheap, but probably worth it.
A simple, leather-like briefcase that looks like it’s from a vintage shop. For less than $50.
Why your shoes should never be empty, & video proof of why you should never stand on a table.
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