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Jacob & Co. x Colette Watch

Colette is well-known to both Parisians and globe-trotters alike. If you're part of the latter group, you'll appreciate this Jacob & Co. x Colette Watch. A take on Jacob's sf24 timepiece, it features two Colette blue split-flap displays at the top, inspired by vintage travel boards and able to show the local time in 24 cities, rotating through them at the press of a button. The main dial shows the local hour and minute, with seconds shown in a sub-dial, and the custom self-winding movement is visible through the crystal caseback. The 45mm case is given a black DLC finish and is paired with a matching black strap.

  • Misfit Phase Smartwatch

    Misfit is known for its simple, stylish fitness trackers. Now its taking the same aesthetic and applying it to a watch. The Misfit Phase Smartwatch has an elegant analog time readout and all the smart functionality you'd expect. There's an accelerometer for fitness and sleep tracking, a multi-color indicator to show calls, text, and other incoming notifications, and a vibrating alarm for discreet updates. It also sets the time automatically, has a 41mm aluminum and stainless steel case that's water resistant to 50 meters, and a replaceable battery lasts up to six months at a time. Available in a variety of finishes with an even larger selection of interchangeable bands.

  • Zenith x Land Rover El Primero Watch

    Celebrating the debut of both the Range Rover and Zenith's signature movement, the Zenith x Land Rover El Primero Watch pays tribute to 1969 without looking looking like it's from that era. Powered by El Primero 400 B, a descendant of the world's first integrated chronograph movement, it has the Range Rover typemark on the brushed gray dial, along with rhodium-plated markers and hands, three sub-dials, and a date window at 6 o'clock. The 42mm matte black case is crafted from ceramicised aluminum, and it's finished with a black rubber-coated perforated calfskin strap with black PVD titanium clasp.