Named for the Instagrammers that hashtag photos of their watches every week, the Omega Speedmaster Speedy Tuesday Watch blends together several vintage touches in a new limited edition. The overall design is inspired by the "Alaska Project III" model built for NASA in 1978, distinguished by its brushed matte finish stainless steel case and radial subdials. Speaking of subdials, it also sports a "reverse panda" dial first introduced in 1966, joined by a vintage Omega logo and matte black aluminum bezel ring. It's powered by the same calibre 1861 movement as the Moonwatch, and arrives with its own leather watch roll, a vintage-cut brown leather strap, a spare white and black striped NATO strap, and a strap changing tool. Limited to just 2012 examples, it's also the first Omega to be sold directly online.
The Apple Watch is already fairly rugged, despite its sleek appearance. The MTM Status Apple Watch Case will make it far more so. Made to fit any 38mm Series 2 model, this burly add-on adds a pair of circular micro-dials to the side and standard lugs to the top and bottom. You can mix-and-match between dial options, including a 12-hour clock, compass, digital date, or digital clock, each available in different styles. The case itself is made from either anodized 7075 aluminum or Grade 2 Titanium, accepts 24mm MTM bands or straps, and arrives in packaging that's designed for re-use as a charging dock.