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Ralph Lauren Safari Watch

Blending a rugged, well-traveled look with a surprising level of sophistication, the Ralph Lauren Safari Watch is a great choice for everyday wear. Its "aged" black stainless steel case in 39 or 45mm holds a self-winding RL300-1 caliber mechanical movement with a COSC-certified chronometer. Details like the large Arabic numerals and orange sweeping seconds hand help distinguish it from similar models, and it comes in several different dial and strap combinations. Also available in tourbillon and flying tourbillon variants.

  • Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator Watch

    Most chronographs have pushers to operate the timer. The Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator Watch has them too — they're just integrated right into the 45.5 mm titanium case. Around the crown, you'll notice two subtle seams, the only hint that the entire piece pivots on a rocker out over the sapphire crystal to serve the same function as the missing pushers. It's powered by a modified Valjoux/ETA 7754 movement, arrives on either a natural rubber strap or matching titanium bracelet, and is available with a brushed black or muted-blue dial.

  • Tag Heuer Autavia Watch

    Created to celebrate the model's 55th anniversary and based on a reference from 1966, the new Tag Heuer Autavia Watch mixes old-school looks with modern functionality. Defined by its panda dial, it's powered by the new Heuer-02 proprietary self-winding chronograph movement. Other upgrades include a large 42mm polished steel case, water resistance to 100 meters, and a date aperture at 6 o'clock. The beige-tinted Superluminova on the hands and indices helps lend a classic look, as do the vintage Heuer logo, "mushroom" push-pieces, and distressed leather strap. Also available with a seven-row polished steel bracelet.