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G-Shock G-Steel Watch Collection

It's true that a great number of G-Shock's legendary watches have had resin bodies. It's also true that the G-Shock G-Steel Watch Collection boasts far more than just metal bodies wrapped around the same guts. This line of watches has an integrated solar panel that converts even dim lighting into power for the rechargeable battery, and a layered guard structure that uses a double-layer bezel of stainless steel for both sleek looks and impact resistance. There's also both analog and digital time readouts, water resistance to at least 200 meters, and a world time function that lets you easily see the time in other cities around the globe.

Presented by G-Shock.

  • Shinola Runwell All Black Watch

    As stealthy as it is sophisticated, the Shinola Runwell All Black Watch is a versatile timepiece that looks great with anything... as long as there's some black involved. It's powered by the company's Argonite 1069 movement, with a matte black dial, black numerals and hands, and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The 47mm watch has a PVD black sandblasted finish, and in addition to the black leather strap, it comes with black nylon and rubber straps for added versatility. Arrives in a handsome black presentation box and is covered by a limited lifetime guarantee.

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  • TUDOR Black Bay Dark Watch

    The latest addition to the Heritage Black Bay family is the darkest, and maybe the most appealing timepiece in the illustrious Black Bay collection. The TUDOR Black Bay Dark joins their exclusive line of divers in black matte steel with a 41 mm wide steel case and fully PVD-treated exterior. The caliber MT5602 is an automatic movement featuring 70 hours of power reserve. Those familiar with TUDOR history will also be pleased to note the domed dial and crystal that hearken back to the first TUDOR diving watches. The red depth rating and red triangle on the rotatable bezel are also informed by early TUDOR releases and are the only bits of color you'll see on this dark and mysterious timepiece.

    Presented by TUDOR.