5 Best Sports Watches For Men
The 5 best sports watches for men are those watches that you just can't live without when you do sports. Whether you are an outdoors enthusiast or a real sportsman, you will love these watches for all their features like time displays, water resistance and high quality craftsmanship and durability.
- Casio Men's AQ150W-1EV Ana-Digi Chronograph Sport Watch. This sport watch for men by Casio is made out of a resin case and bezel, not to mention that it is water resistant to an astonishing 330 feet--which is why it steals the number one spot on this countdown. Whether you're a diver or just like to bring a reliable watch with you when you go hunting in the outdoors, this Casio sports watch has your back.
- Reizen Atomic Talking Sports Watch. The Reizen Atomic Talking Sports Watch is a sports watch that features a clear, male voice that communicates the date, time and other stuff, which is good enough to land it on the number two spot. When you are out participating in any sports activity–whether boating, basketball or jogging–be assured that this watch's voice feature won't let you down.
- Armitron Men's 201984 Analog Digital Black and Gray Sport Watch. This watch takes the number three spot based on value alone: priced among the cheapest of the watches on this list, this Armitron sports watch comes with highlighted markers and dials, a silvertone bezel, and a nylon strap to complete the look. When you are out there playing ball or simply doing a lap or two in the pool, make sure this Armitron is on your wrist.
- Timex Men's T5H091 1440 Sports Digital Watch. The cheapest of watches here, it is a sports watch that takes the four spot due to its 24-hour countdown timer and quartz movement. This Timex sports watch for men is the watch you want if you want a cheap, dependable sports watch that will keep ticking no matter what punishment you put it through.
- Garmin Forerunner 405 Wireless GPS-Enabled Sports Watch. This sports watch by Garmin sits at number five because it is the most expensive and so may be cost-prohibitive. If you have the money, though, you'll get a super sports watch that will monitor your distance, calories and pace. It acts like your own personal trainer that stores your personal exercise information so you can review it later and set your own program.