The Masters Live Stream 2022: How to Watch the Final Round Online
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This year’s Masters are about to wrap up — here’s how to watch it online
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It’s nearly time to crown a champion with the prestigious green jacket, as we come to the final round at the Masters.
After Saturday’s round, American golfer Scottie Scheffler has placed himself at the No. 1 spot with a -9, followed by Cameron Smith and Sungjae Im. Tiger Woods, whose last-minute decision to return to professional golf had everyone’s attention, came out of round three with a 6-over 78 — the worst round of his career at the Masters.
If you’re still figuring out how to watch the Masters final round, read on. We’ve rounded up a few ways to watch the Masters online, including a couple of ways to live stream the Masters for free.
When Are The Masters 2022?
The Masters 2022 officially started on Monday, April 4th with practice rounds, and the Par 3 contest was held on Wednesday, April 6th. The Masters main tournament started on Thursday, April 7th, and the final round will be held on Sunday, April 10th.
How to Get Tickets to the Masters 2022
As always, this year’s Masters tournament is being held at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. If you’re in the area, you can still grab last-minute tickets to the final round through Vivid Seats here.
What TV Channel Are The 2022 Masters On?
If you want to watch the Masters on TV, live television coverage is split between ESPN and CBS. ESPN is airing the first two rounds of the golf tournament, on Thursday and Friday, and CBS will cover the third round on Saturday and the final round on Sunday.
If you have a traditional cable package, you’ll be able to watch the Masters on TV on ESPN and CBS. For this weekend’s final round coverage, pick up a cheap digital antenna (like this one on Amazon) and it’ll pick up your local CBS affiliate so you can watch the Masters final rounds on TV.
How to Watch the 2022 Masters Online Free
Because the Masters are on ESPN and CBS, there are plenty of options to watch the Masters online in 2022. Below are a few ways to stream the Masters online, plus a couple of ways to watch the Masters final round on Sunday. Most of these options will let you stream the Masters on all smart devices, such as Roku, Amazon Firestick, smartphones, and tablets.
1. Stream the Masters on FuboTV
As with most live sports events, you can watch the Masters online using fuboTV. The live TV streaming platform gets you access to ESPN and CBS, making it easy to watch the Masters on TV or on your phone, laptop or tablet. You’ll be able to watch all four days of the Masters tournament, plus you’ll get a total of 100 live channels to watch other live sports and shows.
fuboTV starts at .99 per month, but the site is currently offering a seven-day free trial. Sign-up for the free trial here and use it to watch the Masters online free.
2. Stream the Masters on DIRECTV Stream
DIRECTV Stream is essentially an online version of DIRECTV cable, making it an easy way to watch the Masters online. The service includes CBS and ESPN, as well as a host of other live channels. It costs .99 a month, but starts with a five-day free trial (I.e. enough time to watch the Masters for free).
Use your DIRECTV trial to live stream the Masters tournament online free and then choose to continue on at the monthly rate or cancel.
3. Stream the Masters on Hulu Live TV
Another great live TV streaming service to watch the Masters online is Hulu Live TV. In addition to Hulu’s extensive on-demand library, the service gets you live access to CBS and ESPN to watch the Masters, plus other channels including ABC, NBC, and FX. Hulu Live TV costs .99 per month, and will let you live stream the Masters on any smart device.
4. Stream the Masters on Paramount
If you just want to watch the Masters final round on Sunday, check out Paramount . The CBS streaming service lets you watch CBS live, which means you can find a live stream of the Masters on Saturday and Sunday. It’s very affordable too, costing just .99 per month with a seven-day free trial before you pay.
5. Stream the Masters on ESPN
Select portions of the Masters will be streaming live on ESPN , the sports broadcaster’s streaming platform. Bringing featured groups and holes, EPSN is a great way to watch the Masters highlights live without cable, and it costs just .99 per month.
The Masters 2022 Predictions
As competition comes down to the wire, a select few golfers have emerged as frontrunners for the green jacket. Smith, Willett, Im, and Lowry have looked strong throughout the tournament, but Scheffler current -9 will be hard to beat. Scheffler and Smith are set to face off during the final tee time, so be sure to tune in using one of the options above.
The Masters Final Round Tee Times
The Final Round tee times are as follows, all in ET:
10:10 AM: Cameron Davis, Adam Scott
10:20 AM: Tyrrell Hatton, Billy Horschel
10:30 AM: Patrick Cantlay, Mackenzie Hughes
10:40 AM: Max Homa, Bubba Watson
10:50 AM: Jon Rahm, Tiger Woods
11:00 AM: Russell Henle, Daniel Berger
11:10 AM: Robert MacIntyre, Harold Varner
11:20 AM: Tom Hoge, Sepp Straka
11:30 AM: Kevin Na, Seamus Power
11:50 AM: Joaquin Niemann, Christiaan Bezuidenhout
12:00 PM: Kevin Kisner, Matthew Fitzpatrick
12:10 PM: Tony Finau, Sergio Garcia
12:20 PM: Lucas Glover, Patrick Reed
12:30 PM: J. J. Spaun, Min Woo Lee
12:40 PM: Harry Higgs, Lee Westwood
12:50 PM: Si Woo Kim, Hudson Swafford
1:00 PM: Marc Leishman, Talor Gooch
1:10 PM: Hideki Matsuyama, Viktor Hovland
1:30 PM: Webb Simpson, Will Zalatoris
1:40 PM: Dustin Johnson, Cameron Champ
1:50 PM: Rory McIlroy, Collin Morikawa
2:00 PM: Tommy Fleetwood, Jason Kokrak
2:10 PM: Corey Conners, Danny Willett
2:20 PM: Charl Schwartzel, Justin Thomas
2:30 PM: Sungjae Im, Shane Lowr
2:40 PM: Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Smith
17-05-2022 · The Laguna Beach native is responsible for much of Mendes’ merch too, and advises him on everything from styling to social media. ... Buy: Shawn Mendes 'When You're …
On the First Monday of May, Shawn Mendes strolled out of New York’s Mark Hotel and into a waiting car for the roughly half-mile drive to the Met. A gala red carpet was awaiting him.
Wearing a custom Tommy Hilfiger jacket and suit, the singer drew comparisons to everyone from Lord Bridgerton to a Disney prince. Whatever the comparison, his regal presence was palpable. And though Mendes stepped onto the Met carpet solo this year, he wasn’t entirely alone. On this night, as on most nights, Mendes was trailed closely by Connor Brashier, the singer’s friend-cum-confidante-turned-creative director. If Mendes’ Met Gala look saw him crowned as fashion royalty, consider the camera-toting Brashier his charming courtier.
At just 22 years old, Brashier has already worked on some of the biggest projects of Mendes’ career, from art directing the single cover and promo materials for Mendes’ “Senorita” collab with Camila Cabello, to serving as creative director for the singer’s upcoming “Wonder World Tour.” The Laguna Beach native is responsible for much of Mendes’ merch too, and advises him on everything from styling to social media.
In the same short years, the self-taught photographer and videographer has also worked on projects with artists ranging from Kygo to Madison Beer, while helming campaigns for brands like Flow Water and Frankies Bikinis (starring Mendes and Sofia Richie respectively, natch). To hear Brashier talk about it though, the lines have always been blurred between work and play.
“I would always be the person in my group of friends who would just go out and get the camera, shoot whatever I shot, capture whatever I captured and then come back and edit it,” he says, hands cupped over an Americano on a recent afternoon back in LA. “But it never crossed my mind that that could lead to a career.”
After tailing Beer on tour — shooting behind-the-scenes videos and photos for the singer’s social media channels — Brashier landed a gig with the DJ Frank Walker, who wanted help with concepts for his tour and album covers. Brashier and Walker worked together for about a year before a chance meeting with Mendes’ manager led to Brashier shooting the singer’s Global Citizen Festival set in 2018. “I did it and kind of like instantly bonded with Shawn and they liked the video and the next thing you know I was on tour,” Brashier recalls. When the tour (the aptly-named “Shawn Mendes: The Tour”) ended in 2019, “[Shawn] kind of approached me and he was like, ‘Hey dude, I want you to have more of a creative director role.’ I was texting my friends to be like, ‘Whoa, this is crazy,'” Brashier says. It was the first time he had been approached for an official “creative director” role. He was 20 years old.
Since then, Brashier has been a constant presence by Mendes’ side, most recently working on the music video for the singer’s new single, “When You’re Gone,” in addition to consulting on Mendes’ Met Gala look (the two were also spotted high-tailing it to Miami recently for the Miami Grand Prix). But Brashier has been a welcome presence for Mendes as well, serving as a sounding board and companion in the midst of music industry madness. It’s something Mendes says he appreciates the most about his teammate, colleague, and now, best friend.
Courtesy Connor Brashier
“Connor is brilliant,” Mendes tells Rolling Stone over text. “I feel he is deeply tapped into what it means to be an artist. Everything he creates is a reflection of his heart and I’m constantly blown away by the beauty he’s able to pull out of things.”
“The thing I admire most about Connor though,” Mendes says, “is his ability to support and inspire the people around him to be the artists we know deep down we truly are.”
Over coffee with Rolling Stone, Brashier — on this day dressed in a faded oversized hoodie and baggy jeans — talks about how he landed his dream job, his connection with Mendes and why you don’t have to know it all to succeed — as long as you know your worth.
Rolling Stone: Congrats on Shawn’s new single. What was the thought process behind the video and the single artwork?
Brashier: “When You’re Gone” is really the first time we have gone into a release without any “world” we wanted to live in. Instead, we aimed to bring back the Shawn that fans and viewers in general don’t get to usually see, or at least hadn’t in a while — just Shawn in his natural element writing, rehearsing, performing.
What about the cover art?
The artwork is an especially interesting story. We actually had a plethora of ideas inspired by old Sixties and Seventies photos and covers of Bob Dylan, The Beatles, etc. and had a design we all thought was strong. About a week later, after announcing the song, our tour photographer, Miranda McDonald, shot this super cool frame of Shawn on stage at SXSW silhouetted by one of the screen visuals. The next day, I saw a fan edit on Instagram of that shot mocked as cover art and Shawn, myself, and the rest of the team instantly knew we had to use it. Shoutout to @distorted.vinyl on Instagram for making my job easier than ever! (laughs)
It’s pretty incredible that you get to work with one of the biggest artists in the world right now. Did you always want to get into the music and creative industry?
When I younger, I was a big surfer and skater and everything you do in Southern California. I think as soon as I picked up a little GoPro — not even an HD one — I started realizing like, “Hey, my friends are a lot better at surfing than I am and a lot cooler than me, so I’m going to start filming them [instead].” And I think after that, I found a passion specifically for editing videos. But it never crossed my mind that that could lead to a career.
Was there a moment where that thought changed?
It wasn’t until I think I was 17 or 18 that I started connecting the dots. I started to be like, “Okay, like I really love something about movies and something about film.” And so I posted my videos to YouTube and then kind of made an Instagram video account, eventually posting like 15-second clips cause that was the limit back then. I did the whole Vine thing too and I remember I had to hack into Vine to be able to upload a video back then (laughs). And I guess it all started there.
Do you remember what your first “big break” was?
My first real industry opportunity, I would say, came through Madison Beer. We were both kids — I was 17, she was 18. I met her when I was assisting on a photoshoot that one of my best friends Sam Dameshek was doing, and she just loved us and we started hanging out and she took me on her U.S. and European tour. It was the first tour I ever went on. It was also my first time in Europe.
Madison Beer: When I first met Connor, I instantly knew he had a natural and undeniable eye and talent. I was lucky enough to meet him at his very early stages and take him on my first tour with me. His progression through the month-long tour alone was so impressive, let alone the last four years since then. He is also just one of the most kind-hearted and fun-loving people [that] I’m lucky enough to call a friend. Seeing him blossom into such a visionary and impressive talent has been such a gift.
What do you remember about your first time working with Shawn?
He asked me to put together a little deck or mood board for a few of the songs for Wonder. On the second page, I brought back a memory that we had of talking about David Bowie’s big stadium rock anthems, and Shawn just went like, “I don’t know how to describe it but it’s like wonder,” and that became the theme for the album. After that deck it was like, “Here we go, us two — let’s figure it out.”
What Bowie reference did you use in the deck?
The iconic album cover with Aladdin Sane. He’s one of the best references anyone could include.
How would you describe your role on Shawn’s team versus other teams you’ve been a part of?
It’s tough because to this day, I don’t think anyone entirely knows what the word “creative director” means. With Frank [Walker] I was able to be like, “Okay, let’s make this a little cooler, a little more like fresh, and you know, more youthful.” It was about establishing a brand and so [the job] felt like it was more of an overall branding opportunity more than anything. And when we started with Shawn, it was about the same process and helping with the same content. But if the pool was four-feet deep with Frank, it was 20-feet deep with Shawn and I was learning how to swim.
What’s the process like when working with Shawn?
When I joined the team, I noticed that we were always on the road. For a full year, Shawn was very focused on touring, but he had a few singles come out and he’s always like hovering over what everyone’s doing or working on, and I’ve never seen him so involved in the creative process in general. So it’s good that I can report directly to him because he’s the one who approves things, not the lawyers, the people at the label, or managers, or whatever you want to call it.
“Connor is brilliant,” Mendes says. “I’m constantly blown away by the beauty he’s able to pull out of things”
Do you think people were skeptical of you at first, like, “Who is this kid and how did he get this job?”
A hundred percent. I think it’s always been that way for me. I’ve always been the youngest kid on set and the youngest kid on tour. And you know, to a certain extent, you have to like step up in the chair. You can be a kid — Shawn and I, we’re the same age, we’re both kids and we love to be kids — but when you’re put in a very professional setting I think you can make up for a lack of experience with just being a good person. Carry your name with the good reputation, build strong relationships and be kind to everyone in the industry. You know, that goes longer than any form of my opinion.
Also, all these guys on Shawn’s team don’t treat me as inferior — they treat me as equal. I am very lucky that I can say that, and I think it comes from being friendly and wanting to reach out and also just being honest, like, “Look, I don’t really know what the fuck I’m doing, I want to learn from you and see what you do.”
What’s your day-to-day like?
It depends on what we’re working on. There are two things that really stand out when someone releases a song: cover photo and music video, and so those are the first two things that kind of get in the back of our mind. Everything unravels from there. I try to be very involved with the treatments and work with Shawn and with the director. And then we just start shooting and see what feels right. A lot of stuff goes on behind the scenes that’s hard to describe. Like, my roommates are two of my friends that I grew up with and even they’re like, “Dude what do you even do?”
But there’s lot that goes on behind the scenes, a lot of long-term projects that don’t see the light of day for a year. We’ve been working on Shawn’s tour designs for a year now. So some of these things take a lot more patience than I’ve been used to. You know, so many ideas get thrown out and then we have to start over. Sure, some weeks I’m not doing much, but other weeks I’m working 16 hours.
What is your creative process like?
I believe creativity is not a method nor magic, but a combination of both. I set my intentions to patiently learn the method, while allowing the unpredictable and unexpected (magic) to come.
I try not to approach anything too heady as far as like, you have to offer the craziest, most creative, original idea of all time. Because I don’t think that’s the right way to do it, and I don’t think that serves Shawn’s music. To answer you: Shawn and I will both say it’s all about the vibe, the emotion.
For the “Wonder” video, some of it is based on a TikTok I saw of this guy dancing in a storm. I was like, “Wait, these are two opposite things” — like there’s this dark storm and this guy’s just out there dancing, having a good time, right? It looks so free. And I was like, “That’s pretty cool.” And so that music video is like a parallel, contrasting the rain and storm with freedom and expressing yourself.
A lot has been made about you working with this huge global superstar. Do you feel any pressure to succeed?
As an artist, Shawn’s pressure is different than for me. I don’t feel pressure to deliver anything good ever as an artist. I believe in myself and I feel capable of a lot of things. But I think more than that, it’s just the relationship I have with Shawn. You know, he’s one of my best friends and he’s my boss and the best boss I could ever ask for, and that honest sort of dialogue that we’re able to have is because we’re so close. We trust each other and it’s stripped away all the pressure because it’s not like I’m spending two weeks on a PDF of cover options and sending it to him. We’re talking about it day after day and going back and forth and, you know, before the cover’s even established, we already know what it’s going to be. And if it doesn’t work out we’ll go try it again.
“I believe creativity is not a method nor magic, but a combination of both”
At times we have felt a little bit of pressure on things like “Okay, this has to be marketable,” or like, “Make the text a little bigger.” But as far as pressure to perform, I’ve never felt that and I attribute that all to Shawn; he protects everyone under him really well.
Anything you’ve had to learn quickly?
I think I could be better at my expenses and my payroll (laughs).
You’ve talked about how your vision for a video treatment or photoshoot is usually aligned with Shawn’s. But have there been times where you haven’t seen eye to eye?
There have been times where like, me and Shawn have been on set and we have our opinions, but we’re all so tightly knit, like a family, that we can give each other attitude, and bounce back in ten minutes. I have such an open conversation with Shawn at all times. Once I’m proud of something, it’s easy to be like, “Shawn what do you think?” and he’s like “Love!” or “Hmm, I’m not really feeling this.”
I’m definitely stubborn and I love hearing my opinion, and it took me a while to realize like, “Hey, Shawn knows his fans better than I think any artist [does].” So whatever he says, he must be connecting to them in the right way and in a way that I am not.
What’s a concept or idea you pitched to Shawn that never went through?
At one point I remember he had long hair and I was like, “Let’s do something crazy with your hair: let’s dye it, let’s spike it up, put on some makeup; it’ll become your new look, like the Bowie look!” And he was like, “I think it’s really cool but I love my hair the way it is and I’m not going to change it.”
I think a few of my ideas took a little bit too much commitment. Plus Shawn knows how to do his hair really well.
Aside from the failed Bowie idea, how have you helped to evolve Shawn’s image and branding since you started working with him?
I think I had to mature up to Shawn. Because he started in the industry so young, but he’s also raised so incredibly well and he’s an old soul. And the music also progressed and that helped a lot. A lot of his younger pop hits were written when he was young, and now he’s looking to constantly evolve his sonic landscape and I think that’s always the outline and framework for what we can do – does it match the music?
Considering the music got more mature, it made it easy for us to try more artistic, left-of-center videos and photos. But I think there are two sides of artistry, and I appreciate both. There’s like very honest songwriting about what you’re doing [and] how you feel today. And then there’s the sort-of fantasy world where artists might lie a bit to push [an idea or aesthetic].
Some songwriters can only write what they’re feeling in a honest way and I think that has to be mimicked in an honest visual way. You know, I couldn’t have been like “Okay Shawn, let’s go emo,” right when he got the girlfriend and he was on top of the world. That wouldn’t have made any sense.
But we also change things up. I mean, he wore skinny jeans for like 105 shows straight. He was very excited to go more like, Sixties and Seventies, with a little bit more flair, and go a little bit more baggy, while still maintaining the integrity of who he is and what he likes with the classic tank top that he wears.
I feel like Shawn’s 2021 Met Gala look was a big departure for him.
It was Michael Kors. I remember I went to the fitting and we had some amazing custom fit suits and they all looked great and then they took us to the archive section and there were all these black suits, which is not something Shawn would really wear but something he’s always wanted to wear, to be like the rock star. And then we were like “Shirt? No shirt?” Shawn was like “What do you mean? I want to take my jacket off; I want to go fully shirtless.”
You don’t get that edgy side of Shawn too often because that’s not him, but I think he loves to play dress up and push his artistry like, “Here’s my look today, let’s have fun today.” Shawn loves to play around and put on makeup or eye shadow for a shoot or be shirtless or something like that. He knows what people want.
What other creatives are you inspired by?
I’ve been very lucky that I’ve been surrounded by some of my favorite creatives in the world. Like Glen Lutchford shot Shawn’s cover photo and he’s one of my favorite photographers of all time. I’m on set with Matty Peacock who’s a jack-of-all-trades who’s been doing so many things for so long. I really look up to David Fincher, who’s a director that’s really created his own style.
Artist-wise, I like Tame Impala, Playboi Carti, I love what the Dominic Fike team does – I think it’s all very special. I love Olivia [Rodrigo’s] stuff; I think her stuff is amazing.
But I also think there’s a really dangerous trap when you’re uninspired, to look at what other people are doing. I think that’s a really dangerous thing to do, and whenever I’m out of ideas, it sounds weird, but I honestly like to just literally put on my AirPods, get up and move around my room, close my eyes listening to the song [and] just feel it and get into it.
What advice do you have for people who want to do what you’re doing?
Use your youth and inspiration that you get as a kid and that jittery feeling you get. When you produce something that you love, run with that and fucking fly with that, because it runs out and that is when you’ll make the most progression as an artist and as a person. And don’t let one bad experience or a few bad experiences drag you down and pull away that inspiration. Use it to fuel you to do something bigger.
But I would also say to treat every situation with a sense of gratitude and try to learn from everything and don’t come on set thinking you’re the big guy. But come on set with a professional demeanor, a chill demeanor and if you don’t have that yet, go on set and learn it. You’re going to learn it quick.
Can I add something else?
I can’t claim anything as my own. It’s all about the big grand operation, you know? All of Shawn’s team is like one big family and they took me in. I’ve been so lucky that I trust the team a lot and there are really really cool young people who work with us.
I’m also lucky that I’m surrounded by people who are so good at what they do to the point that even if I disagree, I can trust that their opinion.
Anything else to add?
You know, I wanted to come to this interview acting like I knew my shit and the truth is, I really still don’t. I’m still figuring it out. But I actually think there is something about that process. And like I said about being thrown in the deep end and learning what it meant to be a creative director, I’m very lucky that I didn’t know what to fear. So that stripped away a sense of pressure and I was just focused on approaching every situation like, “Here I am, I’m giving it my all and I’m not looking back.”
I think that can apply to a lot of young people, if they choose to see it like, “Wow, I lack experience but I balance that with extreme gratitude and inspiration.” That’s priceless.
04-02-2022 · Live. •. Rosalía’s Motomami transformation is fully underway. The Spanish singer just announced her new album will be out on March 18 and, ahead of its release, she has dropped a new track ...
Rosalía’s Motomami transformation is fully underway. The Spanish singer just announced her new album will be out on March 18 and, ahead of its release, she has dropped a new track called “Saoko.” The song smashes together distorted chords, jazz flourishes, and a sample from the famed reggaeton hit “Saoco” by the genre’s titans Wisin and Daddy Yankee.
The Valentin Petit-directed video shows Rosalía hanging out in a convenience store before going on a high-octane, adrenaline-fueled joy ride with an all-girl motorbike crew. They speed along the pitch-black night just before a cop car tries to catch up to them. Rosalía delivers her lyrics more and more urgently as the music progresses, and says they’re all about “celebrating that you are always yourself even though you are in constant transformation or even that you are you more than ever at the very moment you are changing.”
The singer explained in a statement that she came up with the beat while playing an upright piano at Electric Lady’s Studio B in New York. From there, she added classic reggaeton drums from a music library sent to her by the producer Mr. NaisGai, a go-to collaborator of Rauw Alejandro. Rosalía, who has teased the song on social media for several weeks, added that she wanted to use the “Saoco” sample because it was “the most direct homage I can make to classic reggaeton, a genre that I love and that has been a constant and great inspiration throughout the Motomami project.”
In November, Rosalía first previewed Motomami with the bachata ballad “La Fama,” featuring the Weeknd. In the highly stylized video, which includes a cameo from the actor Danny Trejo, the singers bemoan the dark side of fame. In a cover story for Rolling Stone en Español, she said that her new album marks “the most personal story I’ve told. In my head, Motomami makes sense as a concept, as a feminine figure building herself. So, that’s how it goes: It’s almost like a self-portrait, when an artist makes a self-portrait in the context of the modern world.”
20-08-2021 · The best men’s watches under 0 include dive watches from Timex, casual watches from Seiko and even an Apple smart watch.
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Buying a great watch doesn’t have to break the bank. That statement might be hard to believe when we’re inundated with reports of rappers rocking six or seven-figure timepieces, but the best watches under 0 prove that style, precision and affordability can go hand-in-hand.
Real watch collectors all respect — if not own — great budget-friendly timepieces. Notable watch enthusiasts such as John Mayer and Tyler, the Creator are both known to rotate Casios with their Rolexes and Cartiers. The late Steve Jobs, on the other hand, famously rocked a Seiko with his turtleneck and Levi’s. In short, cheap watches can be very cool — no matter your bank account. Plus, because affordable watches are easier to replace, there’s less need to worry about your watch getting damaged or stolen.
If you’re looking to pick up a worthwhile, budget-friendly timepiece, you’re in luck: brands like Casio, Timex and Seiko are pumping out some great watches these days, making it easy to find the right piece. Below is a quick guide to shopping for watches, plus some of the best watches under 0 to buy right now.
How to Shop for a Watch on a Budget
When it comes to watches, the devil is in the details. Different movements, materials and millimeter variations in size can all make or break a timepiece. Here are some basic specifications to check out before making a purchase.
Size: The most essential measurement on a watch is the case diameter, measured in millimeters. Men’s watches have been getting smaller in recent years, returning to the slim silhouettes of the Sixties and Seventies, so for most guys we suggest a watch with a diameter of around 38 millimeters. If you have big wrists, or just want a bulky look, go for something bigger than 40 millimeters.
Movement: A watch’s movement refers to the inner workings of the piece. The cheapest and most common movement is quartz, which uses a battery to function. Quartz watches run quite accurately and don’t require much maintenance, save for a battery replacement every few years or so.
Automatic movements, which “charge” themselves through the kinetic energy of your wrist’s movement, are standard with expensive brands such as Omega and Rolex. Automatic watches typically offer accurate timekeeping with higher-quality parts that last for a long time. Mechanical movements are similar to automatics but require hand-winding about every two days.
Water-resistance: A watch’s claimed water-resistance can be a bit deceptive. If a watch is rated at 30 meters water-resistance, for example, it’s best to keep it completely dry. 50 meters water-resistance should be safe in rain or splashes, and watches rated over 50 meters water-resistant should be safe for swimming. More than 100 meters water-resistance and your watch is ready for serious diving.
Style: Choosing a watch is similar to choosing a new pair of shoes: there’s a ton of variety, and not every watch will work with your personal style. Before making a choice, it’s important to envision how and where you would rock the watch, in addition to whether or not you like it as a standalone piece of art.
The Best Watches Under 0
There are a ton of great watches you can get on a budget. We’ve rounded up some of the best watches under 0 below (note: prices were under 0 at time of this article’s publication)
1. Orient 2nd Generation Bambino
Stylish dress watches are some of the most difficult watches to find at a bargain, which is why we love the Orient Bambino. Boasting a clean stainless steel case, a minimal black face and a black leather strap, the watch lends enough sophistication for offices, dressy outfits and even black-tie events. The case is slim enough to fit under a dress shirt cuff and measures 40.5 millimeters in width for a substantial feel.
Inside is a reliable Japanese automatic movement with a 40-hour power reserve, meaning it’ll keep ticking while stationary for 40 hours before needing to be reset.
2. Timex x Todd Snyder Mk1 Bootcamp
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If you’re looking for something a bit more casual (but still pulled together), check out this Mk1 Bootcamp watch from the Timex x Todd Snyder collaboration. The watch takes inspiration from a military watch that Timex designed for servicemen in Vietnam. Thanks to a green nato strap, aircraft-quality steel and a 24-hour Arabic numeral dial, the military inspiration comes through nicely. However, because Timex and Snyder have stuck to the vintage look, the watch is very wearable for modern civilian use whether you’re traveling, going into the office or just running errands.
3. Seiko 5 SNXS73
Easily mistakable for a Rolex, the Seiko 5 line not only nails classic looks but delivers a reliable automatic movement to boot. The stainless steel Seiko 5 comes in a few variations, but we’re partial to this silver-face SNXS73. It boasts a clean design with index hour markers, stainless steel throughout and a convenient day/date display at the three o’clock position.
At 38 millimeters in size, it should look great on almost anyone. Plus, the watch’s face is made of Seiko’s scratch-resistant Hardlex, which is better than the standard mineral crystal found on most budget watches.
4. Q Timex Reissue Pepsi
Divers are one of the most versatile styles of watches, looking just as good with a suit as they do with swim trunks. If you’re shopping for an affordable diver watch, we think this Q Timex Reissue is your best bet. As the name suggests, the watch is a re-release of a 1979 Timex diver. It comes complete with all the details of the original, including a rotating top ring, a woven stainless steel bracelet and luminescent paint. The inside of the watch departs from the original with a solid quartz movement. It’s also rated at 50 meters water resistance, meaning you can safely swim and shower while wearing the watch.
5. Breada Visser
Classic watches are great, but this Breda Visser makes a case for the modern analog timepiece. It’s named after Carel Nicolaas Visser, an abstract-minimalist Dutch sculptor. Measuring a streamlined 35 millimeters, the stainless steel case is subtly unique with a squared shape and nicely complemented by a smooth, light brown leather strap. This case houses a robust Japanese-made Miyota quartz movement.
6. Casio MQ24-9B
Recently taken to new heights thanks to Tyler, the Creator, this Casio MQ24-9B might be the coolest use of . With a resin case, 24 and 12-hour Arabic hour markers and a yellow-beige dial, the watch is absolutely basic — and that’s why it’s great. The resin construction also makes the watch extremely lightweight (1.6 ounces) and very comfortable on long days.
With a water-resistance rating of 30 meters, it may or may not hold up to a swim, but we say go ahead and beat it up: you can always grab a new one for the price of a cheap lunch.
7. Apple Watch Series 3 GPS
Even serious watch enthusiasts are now accepting the truth that smartwatches are fantastic. For a hair under 0, you can pick up this Series 3 Apple Watch with built-in GPS. The Series 3 offers all the core features that make Apple Watches great, including a heart rate monitor, full connectivity to your smartphone and swimming-ready water resistance. If you run or hike often, the GPS comes in handy for tracking distance and elevation gain.
11-08-2021 · In the early days of the trend, some of the best chunky sneakers were the Raf Simons x Adidas Ozweego, Balenciaga Triple S and New Balance 990. Some of these have …
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Trendsetters were called crazy when they first started wearing chunky sneakers, but, a few years later, the kicks are still everywhere. Also called “dad shoes” or “ugly sneakers,” chunky, oversized sneakers have been around since sneakers were first released, but the look really took off around 2018 and shosw no sign of slowing down. Now, the best chunky sneakers are more wearable (and more abundant) than ever.
In the early days of the trend, some of the best chunky sneakers were the Raf Simons x Adidas Ozweego, Balenciaga Triple S and New Balance 990. Some of these have stuck around, although we’re also seeing new chunky sneakers on the streets and runways such as the Hoka One One and Balenciaga’s more recent Track Sneaker.
Whether you’re gearing up to dip your toe in the dad shoe world or shopping for your fifth pair, read on. We’ve rounded up eight of the best chunky sneakers to buy right now, as well as some tips for styling your new pair.
How to Wear Chunky Sneakers
The chunky sneaker trend relies on other fashion movements to work. Baggy pants, loose-fitting tops and oversized outerwear all allow the best chunky sneakers to really shine. We also think chunky sneakers look best with more slouchy clothing, so thick, structured jeans might be difficult to pair with these kicks. Also, there is one absolute rule when styling chunky sneakers: no skinny pants or skinny jeans.
As far as outfit palette with chunky sneakers, you’ve got options. Neutral, monochrome outfits are a great way to showcase the statement-making sneakers while colorful palettes match the boldness of “ugly” sneakers.
The Best Chunky Sneakers
Below are some of our favorite chunky sneakers to buy online. We’ve included options from old-school sneakers like the Nike Air Max to modern Adidas, so there should be something for every personal style.
1. New Balance 990v5
If you’re new to chunky sneakers or want maximum versatility, check out the New Balance 990v5 silhouette. Looking great with everything from chinos and an oxford to shorts and a logo tee, the shoes are dad style purified into a sneaker. The 990v5s are also some of the most comfortable shoes out there thanks to a breathable mesh and premium suede construction, as well as an Ortholite insert for support.
2. Nike Air Max 90 SE
The Air Max 90 is a throwback sneaker that Nike has continuously updated due to its lasting popularity. This colorway of the SE model is a great pick right now with variations of white on each panel, a green logo on the heel and a green Air unit in the sole. Highly versatile as far as outfit options go, the Air Max 90 looks great with minimalist chinos and jeans or maximalist statement fits.
3. Adidas Ozweego
Originally released in 1998, Adidas’ Ozweegos were always a top pick for chunky sneakers. Raf Simons breathed new life into the maximalist silhouette back in 2013, and now the Ozweegos are a staple in many sneaker collections. We like this modern all-black colorway, delivering Adiprene heel cushioning and Adiprene technology in the forefoot. This cushioning system makes the shoes extremely comfortable for long days, commutes or walks — although it’s still a fashion statement through and through.
4. Reebok Lifestyle Classic Leather
Retro style has made a comeback recently, and Reebok’s sneakers are at the center of the trend. These white leather Classics with a gum sole are probably the most iconic option. While they’re certainly chunky, the Classics are a bit more streamlined than some of our other picks. This makes them a good choice for anyone with a casual, low-profile sense of style.
5. Air Jordan 4 Retro “Fire Red 2020” sneakers
As any sneakerhead will attest, Jordans are an essential piece in any fashion lover’s wardrobe right now. We like these Jordan 4s because you don’t see them as often as the uber-popular (and uber-hard-to-get) Jordan 1s. This “Fire Red 2020” model adds a splash of color with red accents on the sole, eyelets and logo. Wear them casually with streetstyle staples such as baggy chinos or cargo pants and a tee.
6. Hoka One One Bondi 7
For a sporty pick, go with the Hoka One One Bondi 7. Using Hoka’s beloved cushioning and early-stage Meta Rocker, the shoes make walking and running smoother and easier on joints. Memory foam collars and TPU Overlays on the midfoot, meanwhile, lend structure for even more support. Although they’re meant for athletics, we’ve seen Hoka’s worn very well on the streets of fashion week and on the feet of stylish people everywhere.
7. Balenciaga Track Sneaker
Balenciaga’s Triple S sneaker was one of the shoes that lead the chunky sneaker trend a couple of years ago. The Spanish designer brand has since released these Track Sneakers which generated plenty of buzz for their techy, running-inspired look and bulky silhouette. Design highlights include a hyper-flared sole, a multilayer lacing cage and a mesh upper base layer. Be sure to wear them with other bold pieces such as an oversized top and baggy slacks, for example.
8. Puma Thunder Spectra
If you want some well-considered color, go with these Puma Thunder Spectras. They combine red, yellow, pale blues, black and white into a cohesive, athletic look. With a mesh upper, a leather toe and rubber on the heel, the materials are equally diverse and interesting. As the style is distinct, the shoes look best with simple outfits such as light chinos and a white tee.
07-12-2012 · Jay-Z beams. The documentary video is going viral , with more than 150,000 views so far. And viewers are swooning over the banter between Grossman and Jay-Z on the subway.
Jay-Z’s eight-night stand at Brooklyn’s new Barclays Center in September was historic and a feat few of his contemporaries could pull off. So it was fitting that the experience would warrant its own documentary, “Where I’m From,” that debuted on Jay-Z’s Times Life website Tuesday, the hip-hop mogul’s 43rd birthday.
But there’s a breakout star in the 24-minute video: Brooklyn artist Ellen Grossman.
“Where I’m From” captures Jay-Z taking the subway to his last night at the 18,000-seat arena. Jay sits next to the unassuming 67-year-old woman and makes conversation.
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Grossman has a sense that Jay may be a person of note and asks if he is famous. First he says yes, and then he adds, “Not very famous, you don’t know me. But I’ll get there someday.”
Jay humbly introduces himself, extending his hand, and asks her name. She replies, “Ellen” and asks what he does for a living.
When Jay tells her that he makes music, she asks if he just performed. “I’m on my way to a performance at the new Brooklyn arena,” he says.
“Fabulous,” she replies.
“I performed eight shows actually,” he says.
“Already?” she responds with surprise.
“This is the last show, the eighth show,” he continues.
“And you’re going by subway?” she asks, seeming impressed.
“Yes,” he says.
“I’m proud of you,” she says, complimenting him.
Then she asks him to repeat his name “just so I get it.”
He says, “Jay. Jay-Z.”
And she blushes, displaying part excitement, part embarrassment.
“Oh, you’re Jay-Z. I know about Jay-Z,” she gushes.
The documentary video is going viral, with more than 150,000 views so far. And viewers are swooning over the banter between Grossman and Jay-Z on the subway. One person tweeted, “OK. This is the cutest thing ever.” Another person wrote, “nice to see Jay-Z be a little humble every once and a while.”
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18-12-2021 · If you’re really looking to test your vocal chops, try singing with the official Carpool Karaoke game too. Amazon. Buy: Carpool Karaoke Mic 2.0 at .99. 2. BONAOK Wireless …
So you think you can sing? Good luck belting it out at your local bar, karaoke studio, or office party. Given that the coronavirus may cancel this year’s karaoke-fueled indoor holiday festivities, amateur crooners won’t get their chance to shine at annual family gatherings or booze-fueled corporate bashes. A karaoke microphone can help you exercise your vocal cords (for better or for worse) whenever and wherever you want, and without lugging around bulky equipment.
What Are the Best Karaoke Mics?
Whether you’re dedicated to honing your craft from your couch, a park bench, or even a car seat (assuming you’re not driving), some of the best karaoke mics combine portability and ease of use into one handheld device. Unlike larger karaoke machines, an all-in-one microphone doesn’t require a receiver or other special audio equipment, and they’re usually Bluetooth-enabled so you can pull up your karaoke playlist from your phone or tablet.
The only downside? These travel-friendly mics are too small to be equipped with a screen for lyrics — not that you’d need it for those ballads you know by heart anyway (right?) And hey, that tiny phone in your pocket can find virtually any karaoke-ready lyric video on the internet, so there’s that.
Even if you’re just unleashing your greatest hits to a Zoom audience or to family members over FaceTime, the show must go on, so we’ve rounded up some of the best karaoke mics for your next home concert — check out our top picks below.
1. Singing Machine Carpool Karaoke Mic
Whether it’s Michelle Obama, Cardi B, or Billie Eilish, reenact your favorite Carpool Karaoke scenes from The Late Late Show with James Corden with this official mic by Singing Machine. It’s essentially a radio, speaker, and microphone rolled into one passenger seat-friendly accessory. You can tune into your favorite radio station and sing along with whatever’s on the airwaves, or connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth or an auxiliary cable.
This 2.0 version of the Carpool Karaoke mic comes with six voice effects and three sound effects, and also lets you crank up the volume by pairing two mics together for a duet (the second mic is sold separately). If you’re really looking to test your vocal chops, try singing with the official Carpool Karaoke game too.
2. BONAOK Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone
A Number One best-seller on Amazon, this wireless karaoke microphone also functions as a speaker and a recorder — think of it as your own handheld music studio, that’ll get the party started thanks to its colorful LED lights. The Bluetooth-enabled device is compatible with Android and iOS, and you can also pair it with a computer or laptop. It also comes with an auxiliary cable for those who prefer to plug the mic directly into another device.
If you plan on recording your tunes, the mic’s three-layer net helps to reduce background noise. It’s also got a built-in lithium battery that takes just two hours to charge, and it’ll give you about four to 10 hours of play time. We like that you can also plug in an SD card up to 32 GB (not included) that’s loaded with MP3 files so you can play your favorite songs directly from the mic.
3. 2049 X50 Cardioid Dynamic Karaoke Microphone
This Bluetooth karaoke microphone can do it all. Pros will love that the mic has a cardioid pattern (which picks up sounds directly in front of it and filters out background noise), so you’ll get crisp and clear vocals through the hi-fi built-in speaker. We’re fans of the professional tuning system that includes auto-tune and the “magic voice” feature that lets you transform your sound with four entertaining effects.
What’s cool is that this microphone can remove vocals from songs played from a smart device, and you can also use the unit to record audio. We also like that you can pair two of these microphones to the same source (say, your smartphone or tablet) for singing duets, but it’s also got a 3.5-millimeter jack if you prefer to hook it up to a device via cable. It’s all packaged in a sturdy metal body, so this mic can probably withstand a few drops, and gives you about four hours of singing time one a full two-hour charge.
4. Goodaaa Wireless Karaoke Microphone
Live-streamers will dig this Bluetooth microphone, which the company says is compatible with popular karaoke apps like Yokee and Smule. You can connect it to most iOS and Android devices (including smart TVs), and it’s also got a duet function and reverb effect. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery will last for six to eight hours on a full charge, and we like that the leather handle and metal body give it a sturdy and comfortable feel.
17-05-2022 · Neil Patrick Harris apologized for once serving a meat platter designed to look like Amy Winehouse ’s decaying corpse after a photo of the spread resurfaced online. Harris and …
FILE - In this Feb. 16, 2007 file photo, British singer Amy Winehouse poses for photographs after being interviewed by The Associated Press at a studio in north London.
Neil Patrick Harris apologized for once serving a meat platter designed to look like Amy Winehouse’s decaying corpse after a photo of the spread resurfaced online. Harris and his husband David Burtka had offered up the platter at Halloween party in 2011, three months after Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning at the age of 27 (the disturbing image can be seen via Buzzfeed).
In a statement shared with Entertainment Weekly, Harris said, “A photo recently resurfaced from a Halloween-themed party my husband and I hosted 11 years ago. It was regrettable then, and it remains regrettable now. Amy Winehouse was a once-in-a-generation talent, and I’m sorry for any hurt this image caused.”
Winehouse had publicly battled substance abuse and discussed her struggles with depression and eating disorders in interviews and through her music. At the time, as Buzzfeed points out, the public could be ruthless towards celebrities, and making fun of their struggles was not uncommon.
Around the time of the party, actor and producer Justin Mikita shared a photo of the meat platter — comprising beef ribs, pulled pork, and chicken sausage — via Twitter. It resurfaced last week after a writer whose tweets are now protected brought up the incident in a viral thread, saying “Yeah Neil Patrick Harris quite literally had a cake mimicking Amy Winehouse’s corpse for Halloween soon after she died. I’ve loathed that man ever since.”