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EPMartin Sahara Torch Watch

EPMartin Sahara Torch Watch

Inspired by WWII's Operation Torch, and built for Charlie Engle for his run across the Sahara desert, the EPMartin Sahara Torch Watch ($900) blends sophisticated style with military ruggedness. It features an ETA Swiss chronograph, screw crown construction, a removable crystal guard, a machined 44mm stainless steel case, knurled pushers, water resistance down to 200 meters, and includes both Italian leather and nylon straps. [Thanks, Ted]

  • Oceanus 5-Motor Solar Atomic Chronograph

    Oceanus is Casio's high-end line of watches. And when we say high-end, we mean high-end. Our test subject, the Oceanus 5-Motor Solar Atomic Chronograph OCWP500TDA-1A1 ($1,195), is a handsome specimen that performs like watches three times its price. The watch combines a unique 5-motor drive movement (5 internal motors independently control dials for time, stopwatch, seconds, day of week, and hours) with multi-band Atomic solar technology to keep your time insanely accurate without you lifting a finger. It's water resistant up to 200M, supports 29 times zones (29 cities), and features Neo-brite luminous hands and markers. Thanks to a titanium band and case, this Oceanus watch is surprisingly light and sporty, and a joy to wear.

  • Omega 2009 Ploprof Divers Watch

    Developed with Jacques Cousteau over four years and originally arriving in 1970, the Omega 2009 Ploprof Divers Watch ($7,700) is a modern take on this professional diver's timepiece. The oversized watch, which has been described as more watertight than a submarine, features a co-axial Caliber 8500 movement, a stainless steel case that's water resistant up to 1200 meters, a bi-directional rotating bezel with security push-button lock, a screw-in protected crown at the 9 o' clock position, and a choice between Omega's new Shark-proof mesh metal bracelet or black or orange rubber strap with sliding clasp. Designed by professionals, for professionals.