Find big value in small package
IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 ($6,500)
Grand Seiko Quartz SBGX347 ($3,300)
Zenith Chronomaster Revival el Primero a385 ($7,900)
If you take a quick scan of your wrists in a hotel lobby in New York, LA or London, you can see a lot of people around. The most popular timepieces on the planet also have their origins in aviation, mountaineering and racing, some of the greatest timepieces. But when even a watchmaker likes IWC decided to release a miniature version of its iconic Large 46.2 mm Pilot’s Watch (left), you can be sure the tides are changing. Today, if you want your watch to fly under the radar (or fit under your shirt sleeve), you no longer have to wear a luxury watch. By Zenith The iconic sports chronograph (right) now features a relatively slim 37 mm case. And if you need a sophisticated wristwatch, Grand Seiko’s SBGX347 (center) clocks in at 34 mm.