An 18K gold pocket watch given by Lincoln to his wife Mary Todd. The inscription behind it reads, “To Miss Mary Todd – A Token of my Everlasting Devotion and Affection – Abe Lincoln.”
Designed by Leo Chiu & Siu Man, the Sealed Watch has a watch face made of sealing wax. Customers can select from different colors of wax then mix and match its case, hands and strap.
The face of the Click Wall Switch wristwatch is also a switch. Flick it one way and the LED display shows the time, flick it the other way and is shows the date. Available in 4 colors.
Despite its silly name – Classic Retro Digital Watch? – it does have a very old school charm and is a perfect everyday wristwatch. It has a silver-tone steel bracelet and a multifunctional display.
A wristwatch with an E-Paper screen, a week-long battery life and Bluetooth-support. Pebble connects to iOS and Android devices, from which its apps can also be downloaded and managed.
Designed just for the golf course, this touchscreen GPS timepiece provides distance to hole and layup information and maps for over 27,000 courses. Also tracks shot distances and scorecards.
Featuring a bold and substantial stainless steel case, the Street tells time using a spinning numeric disc behind its face instead of traditional hands. Available in orange/black or white/silver.
You might think pocket watches are a memento of olden days, but these wooden pocket watches are cool enough to dress up any 21st century outfit. Puts that tiny jeans pocket to good use, too.
The Zub 40 is designed to have easily replaceable straps to mix and match straps and watch faces. It also has a buckle that tucks the excess strap in, a godsend for those with skinny wrists.
Sometimes less is more, like this clean design with a military-inspired face, set into a stainless steel case with either a leather or canvas/leather-backed wristband. Water-resistant to 100m.
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