We think camping and spelunking just got a little more elegant with Taili’s LED flashlight watch. It has a sleek looking face and its lamp has a rechargeable battery, which can be used continuously for approximately 180 minutes.
This beautiful, well-priced mechanical automatic timepiece has a unique, but easy to read display, and is automatically wound through kinetic movement. We especially love the domed sapphire-coated crystal and visible mechanism.
This watch won’t help you tell time at all, but you’ll still have the coolest watch on the block – since yours will be a fully-functional (though very small) ant colony. Comes with sand, a feeding dropper, tweezers, and of course, five live ants.
The perfect Valentine’s gift for the gadget-loving guy. The stainless steel Promaster Air never needs batteries thanks to its solar Eco-Drive movement, and has stopwatch, timer, world time, alarm, and perpetual calendar functions.
A diver’s watch that’s water-resistant up to 3000m (~9800ft). Its bronze case acquires a patina over time. It also has a 7mm-thick double-domed sapphire crystal, 5 gaskets on each crown and external and internal diver’s bezels.
A minimalist smartwatch. Instead of an electronic display, Nevo has an analog watch face. It can track steps, distance, calories and swimming strokes, but displays the result through LEDs on the hour markers or on its mobile app.
Wait a minute. Doc, are you telling us ThinkGeek built a time-telling machine…out of a flux capacitor? This officially licensed Back to the Future watch displays the date on an LCD screen, while 12 dots of light show the time.
A bold and stylish timepiece you can wear every day. Features a gold-tone case with matching hour indicators, and a black leather strap. The black-on-black hands and angled crown help separate it from the crowd.