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Xetum Tyndall Watch

Exquisitely minimal form meets plenty of functionality in the Xetum Tyndall Watch ($1,400). Powered by an elaboree-grade ETA 2895 Swiss automatic watch movement, the Tyndall has a sleek, traditionally-shaped 40mm stainless steel case, a simple black-and-white face with integrated features like 24H indicators and a second subdial, water resistance down to 330 feet, and your choice of a black leather strap or two-tone stainless steel bracelet. It's a sure-fire way to class up nearly any ensemble.

  • Suunto Quest Black Watch

    While outdoorsy-sport watches can certainly come in handy, their "extreme" designs often preclude them from being worn with anything that isn't made from a stretchy material and doesn't wick away moisture. The Suunto Quest Black Watch ($250) is a refreshing exception, with a subdued design that will work fine as an everyday wearer. Of course, it packs plenty of useful features as well, including time, date, dual time, alarm, stopwatch, and interval timer functionality, the ability to monitor heart rate, speed, distance, running cadence, and laps in real time, the ability to share, plan, and analyze results online, and water resistance to 30 meters.

  • Porsche Design P'6620 Dashboard Watch

    Odds are, if you drive a Porsche, you've probably grown quite attached to its spartan dashboard — so it only makes sense that you'd expect the same from a wristwatch. The Porsche Design P'6620 Dashboard Watch (€3,950, roughly $5,550) delivers thanks to its gauge-inspired dial, which boasts date, chronograph, and tachymeter functions, as well as its elongated, dedicated stop/stap buttons, sapphire crystal, water resistance of 330 feet, clear back, 44 millimeter size, and lightweight titanium case and bracelet that comes in sliver or a PVD-coated black.