A limited-edition 25 jewel chronograph based on the famous Swiss Valjoux 7750 movement. Has a 6-hand display, and engraved “Tick Tock You Don’t Stop” beneath the crystal window on back.
The multi-hued niobium dial, luminous markers and see-through back on this black stainless steel watch make it really stand out from the crowd. Handmade by Toronto watchmaker Scott Wilk.
Swatch teamed with artist Lorenzo Petrantoni to create these bold black and white watches, with intricate designs cut from old illustrations. Our fave, the Lucky Draw, looks like a roulette wheel.
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.
From THE ONE, this cool modern timepiece tells time with rotating discs – the outer one with hours, the inner ones minutes and seconds. Case is stainless steel with colorful polyurethane accents.
From Swiss watchmaker Pierre Junod and designer Fredi Brodmann comes a timepiece which dispenses with those pesky minutes, instead telling time in fractions of an hour. Limited to just 250 pieces.
The bold, black-and-white lines of the new Military Watch really catch our eye. Made in Switzerland, the timepiece looks like it could be government-issued, but the Burberry label says it’s not.
This high-tech timepiece features a motor and belt-drive mechanism and a rechargeable battery that can be juiced up wirelessly. It’s also bulletproof. Ships later this year for $15k.
3D TV might be all the buzz this year, but Holga’s 3D camera takes a decidedly analog approach to cranking out dimensional images onto old-school 120 film. Add the 3D slide viewer for best results.
If your feeble mind can’t keep up with these newfangled digital video games, then perhaps a game of Analog Tetris is for you. You’ve gotta think quick with bricks dropped by a real live human.
Analog’s Glasgow Jacket looks urban, but it’ll serve you well on the slopes; it sports a 10,000mm waterproof poly twill shell, hand warmer pockets, MP3 sound port and adjustable hood.
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