Best Aragon Watch With Chronograph
Aragon Skyguardian Chrono
The Skyguardian watch is quite a unique option from Aragon. It doesn’t look anything like a standard Aragon watch, with both minor and major differences from the general look of the brand. Starting with the date window at twelve o’clock, the hollow hands and finally the tachymeter instead of the classic diving bezel we’ve seen on every watch so far.
If you’re familiar with tachymeter bezels, you can read more about them in our guide on types of watch bezels. For now, it’s enough to know that they’re used to track speed, which makes these types of watches especially popular with racing drivers. You can also use a tachymeter to track running speed, but that required some basic math to calculate your exact speed.
This is one of Aragon’s more affordable watches as well, so what’s the catch? Well, unlike the other watches from the brand we’ve seen so far, this one features quartz movement that uses a battery as its primary source of power.
Also, this is one of Aragon’s lightest watches you can get your hands on, so if you don’t like feeling like you got a brick on your wrist it’s worth checking out. It weighs just 3.8 ounces thanks to that leather bracelet! The standard weight of other, fully stainless steel watches is around 10 ounces.
The watch dial is quite interesting – it features hour markings and three smaller watches that indicate time, minutes and seconds. And there’s also a raised bezel around the dial that features minute markings, and which gives the Skyguardian a sophisticated 3D look.
- 44mm stainless steel case
- SII VK73 Flyback Chronograph Quartz movement
- 22mm leather bracelet
- Tachymeter bezel