All terrain: adventure watches

Robust tool watches to keep you ticking over in every landscape, from the depths of the deepest ocean into the highest clouds

Watches & Jewellery 13 Mar 2020

Land, clockwise from top left: Hublot, Tissot, Tudor, Montblanc, Rolex, Omega
Sea, clockwise from top left: Blancpain, Breguet, Panerai, Patek Philippe, Ulysse Nardin, Ball
Air, clockwise from top left: Bremont, IWC, Zenith, Cartier, Breitling, Longines



The Speedmaster has been a part of all six lunar missions. The Speedmaster ’57 Omega Co-Axial Chronograph 41.5mm features a black dial with beige transferred dial indications.



Rolex uses corrosion resistant Oystersteel for its steel watch cases and each 3, 6 and 9 numeral on the Rolex Explorer Oyster 39mm contains a luminescent material emitting a blue glow.



Limited to 500 pieces, Hublot’s Big Bang Integral All Black 42mm has a satin-finished and polished black ceramic case and bracelet with matte skeleton dial and black plated titanium clasp.



The solar-powered T-Touch Expert Solar II features a touchscreen dial and scratch resistant ceramic bezel. The SuperLumiNova inscriptions help you to navigate even in the dark.



Inspired by the 1960s Oyster Prince Ranger watch, Tudor’s Heritage Ranger 41mm watch features a camouflage fabric strap in a larger, more contemporary size than its predecessor.



To mark 160 years of the Minerva model, Montblanc’s 1858 Geosphere watch features a world-time complication showing the world’s Seven Summits as red dots on the dial.




Celebrating 15 years of its most robust and distinctive watch collection, Ball’s Engineer Hydrocarbon Original model integrates micro gas tubes below the dial – a first for the brand.



Known as the fi rst modern diver’s watch, this Fifty Fathoms Automatique model features a red gold case, silicon balance spring, unidirectional sapphire bezel and a ceramic dial.



Water-resistant to 100m, Breguet’s Marine Tourbillon Équation Marchante 5887 features a self-winding movement with perpetual calendar, tourbillon and 80-hour power reserve.



The Diver Chronograph 44mm watch is water-resistant to 300 metres, comes on a rubber strap with titanium elements and a titanium folding buckle, and is limited to 300 pieces.



Limited to 500 pieces, the Panerai PAM01055 Submersible 42mm timepiece is rendered in steel and features a matte green dial – a nod to the watchmaker’s military origins.



Honouring the 1997 Aquanaut’s 20th anniversary, Patek’s 5168G Aquanaut has a white gold case, self-winding caliber 324 S C movement and is water-resistant to 120m.




Fusing aviation history and micro-engineering, the Bremont H-4 Hercules Platinum Limited Edition chronometer contains the original birchwood from the H-4 Hercules’ fuselage.



IWC’s Big Pilot’s Watch Annual Calendar Edition “Antoine De Saint Exupéry” watch features an annual calendar showing the month, date and day in three windows. Limited to 250 pieces.



Featuring a new 45mm brushed-steel case with Super-LumiNova Arabic numerals, the caseback on Zenith’s Pilot Type 20 Rescue watch is engraved with its fl ying instruments logo.



First made for the famous Brazilian aviator in 1904, the Cartier Santos-Dumont has a geometric shaped, exposed screws, sword-shaped hands and 18K rose gold case.



The Navitimer B03 Chronograph Rattrapante 45 enables two elapsed times to be measured simultaneously with two superimposed central chronograph hands.



A tribute to Longines’ pioneering spirit, the Lindbergh Hour Angle model is a reissue of the watch developed for US pilot Charles Lindbergh in 1939, and the most famous of the brand’s Heritage range.