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Quartz Watches for Men

You can't beat a quartz watch for hassle-free accuracy. Set it once and it'll stay accurate to within a few seconds per year. We proudly offer these eye-catching quartz styles:GX1 Chrono, GX Alarm, Rebel DDC, and Rebel GMT.

The GX1 Classic Chrono

Meet the watch that started it all, the GX1 Classic Chronograph. A crowdsourced design and a crowdfunded production run helped our flagship style defy everything about the old-fashioned watch world. The GX1 Chrono is modern-classic perfection, kitted out with a Swiss Ronda Caliber 5040.D quartz chronograph movement that features the date and 10-hour, 30-minute, and continuously- running 60-second subdials.

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What Does "Quartz" Really Mean?

A watch with a quartz movement is powered by a sliver of piezoelectric crystal. You can learn all about this amazing material in 8 Things You Didn't Know About Quartzon our blog. 

The GX Alarm

You won't miss a moment with the big, bold GX Alarm, which features an alarm function, a jumbo date at the 6 o'clock position, and 60-second and alarm/reference time subdials all on a stunning orange face.

Quartz versus Automatic Watches

Both types of watch movements have their benefits, which is why LIV proudly creates watches with quartz and automatic movements. You can learn more about the difference between the two on our blog.

The Rebel DDC

Who said watches have to be round? Not us. Enter the Rebel, a stunning rectangular watch packed with the luxury craftsmanship you expect from LIV. The Rebel DDC features a day-date Swiss movement and a rainbow of rebellious colors and straps materials to suit your exact type of inner rule-breaker.

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The Rebel GMT

Time travel might not be possible (yet), but you can almost be in two places at once with the multiple time zones on the Rebel GMT. Set one time to your current location and track another with the GMT function.

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Things to Consider in a Watch Movement

1. Is it quartz or mechanical?
2. Is the movement made in Switzerland?
3. What watch features ("complications") do you need?
4. What size and shape is right for you?

For a complete guide to answering these questions, click here.

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