This retro digital watch from Tokyoflash Japan packs Hewlett-Packard LEDs from the 1990s and visible circuitry beneath a red mineral crystal lens. In addition to time and date functions, the stainless steel watch can be factory-programmed with a four-letter digital monogram. Save $20 through 1.14.23 with code AIRO.
Inspired by the traditional red, black, and white outfits worn by UK judges, Isotope’s The Judge is a limited-edition watch with an easy-to-read dial, a thick diver’s bezel, and chunky hands. Its numbers are filled with Super-LumiNova glow-in-the-dark pigments, and its stainless steel case provides water-resistance to 300 meters.
Award-winning artist Tuesday Bassen is a creative powerhouse, known for her sassy ‘zines, prints, accessories, and ethically made, size-inclusive clothing. She brings twice the attitude to her Two-Faced Pencils set of 10 pencils with graphite lead on one end and red on the other. The foil-stamped barrels come in five designs.
Headphone maker Skullcandy teamed up with The King of Beers to create a line of personal audio devices which incorporate the brand’s iconic red color scheme, along with their script, bowtie, and crown logos. The line includes over-the-ear and in-ear wireless models at prices from $35 to $210.
Part of the Bell & Ross Flight Instruments collection, the stealthy Red Radar Ceramic watch features a display inspired by a radar screen. Its red sapphire crystal and red-painted markings are set into a 42mm matte black ceramic case. Includes black rubber and synthetic fabric straps. Limited to just 999 pieces.
We absolutely love this black and red colorway for Nike’s Air Max Plus sneakers. Unlike the typical neoprene and TPU design, this style has a mesh base with a reflective black wave pattern. Keep an eye out at retailers for style code DN7997-001 for the release.