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Fossil

Fossil Meta Watch

Fossil Meta Watch

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!)

Starck Palindrome Too Watch

Starck Palindrome Too Watch

This modern, minimal timepiece from Fossil can tell time in two time zones simultaneously. Each face uses a tiny stainless steel fragment to tell hours, and a simple + for minutes. Also in orange.

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Fossil Analog Green Dial

Fossil Analog Green Dial

Despite a relatively modern dial and numerals, Fossil’s Analog Green Dial is all about the casual outdoors; it sports a green, hard-wearing canvas strap with embedded compass.

Decker Convertible Chrono

Decker Convertible Chrono

Part of Fossil’s Convertible line, the Decker Chronograph mixes a casual, swappable nylon strap with a sophisticated 42mm gray dial with triple counters and glowing lum indexes.

Redmond Duffle Bag

Redmond Duffle Bag

Weekender bags tend to be fairly utilitarian affairs, but Fossil’s Redmond Duffle Bag injects some serious sophistication with genuine leather, contrast stitching and silver-tone hardware.

Fossil Chronograph

Fossil Chronograph

Large, clean and modern, the Fossil Chronograph looks deceptively simple but includes three sub dials in a stainless steel ion-plated case; it’s also water resistant up to 5 ATM.

Fossil James Auto Watch

Fossil James Auto Watch

We admit feature a lot of expensive watches, but we dig Fossil’s relatively affordable James Automatic watch for its high quality Citizen (Miyota) movement. Note: it’s pretty big.

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