This 1966 Oyster Perpetual Air-King Precision is the pinnacle of understated elegance. The stainless steel case, silver dial and tricolor wrist strap combine for a timeless (if a little patriotic) look.
Dingemans Mechanische Horloges is a brand of made-to-order, hand crafted mechanical watches by Fred Dingeman. Fred actively involves customers in designing each of their timepieces.
One of MoMA’s best sellers, it’s an analog wristwatch that behaves like a digital one. The current time is shown in full, while the coming and past hours and minutes fade into and out of view.
The Aquatimer chronograph Galapagos edition has a stainless steel case coated with matte-black rubber for a unique look and feel. Has a sapphire glass and luminescent hands, dial and bezel.
Flip the lid on the stylish black metal P 6520 watch from Porsche Design, and it reveals a liquid compass for helping you find Magnetic North. As a Porsche, it’s appropriately limited to 911 units.
If you love the iPod Nano and drinking beer, the Richard Tracy Nano Watch Band Beer Openers are for you. You’ve got music, you can tell the time and you can open a drink – what more do you need?
Unlike Microsoft’s current video game console, the name of the Nooka 360 actually makes sense. That’s because the whole watch case rotates 360º to make it easier to show other people the time.
The perfect everyday wristwatch. The design of the unisex Uniform Wares 103 collection was inspired by “the simplicity and utilitarian functionality” of mid-century British factory wall clocks.
The Skywatch 3-Hand is eye-catching without being too flashy, thanks to its chunky rotating bezel and great two-tone color schemes. May also have photo luminescent graphics depending on model.
The watch for happy-go-lucky or indecisive people. Aside from the usual time, date, timer and stopwatch functions, The Genie also has “magic genie”, a magic 8-ball mode.
Get rid of the competition and grab everyone’s attention when you cop The Monopoly watch. Has a stainless steel case and solid stainless steel band. Collect $200 and pass by Nixon’s shop.
Pow! Bam! Swatch! Jeremy Scott’s Yellow Flash watch puts comic book style on your wrist. We normally wouldn’t think of wearing a bright yellow watch, but we’ll make an exception here.
This elaborate limited-edition watch has an unique mechanism that simultaneously displays day, date, month, moon phase and leap-year cycle. It’s made from 721 individual parts, including 54 jewels.
Fossil is producing a watch for developers that syncs with your phone over Bluetooth; it will allow weather, text messages, etc. from the phone to be viewed right on your wrist. (Thanks Doug!)