Inspired by the instrument gauges of vintage Italian racing cars, Autodromo Watches ($425) will give your look some added RPMs. The lineup includes three models — the Brescia, Vallelunga, and Veloce — all of which feature a sporting face, a 42mm case in brushed or PVD-coated black stainless steel, a perforated leather wrist strap, and Swiss made Ronda movements with an oversized date window.
While it sounds a bit like a silly superhero — "I dub thee Mud-Man!" — the Casio G-Shock GW-9300 Mudman Watch ($200) is, in fact, a rugged, go-anywhere timepiece worthy of your off-road travels. Features include a shock- and mud-resistant build (obviously), a temperature readout, moon data, digital compass, a full auto calendar, multiple independent alarms, and bearing memory — all of which could come in quite handy, even if you're not a grime-covered vigilante.
The world's craziest watch maker is back with yet another mind-boggling piece of mechanics. The Urwerk UR-110 ZrN Torpedo Watch ($TBA) gets its ZrN moniker from its Zicronium Nitride ceramic coating which gives it a champagne-colored finish and incredible hardness, and also boasts an asymmetrical case with three arrow-shaped "torpedoes" indicating the time, a titanium case, an "oil change" indicator that lets you know when it needs serviced, a day/night indicator, and twin turbines on the back. Limited to 12 pieces, due to the amount of time it takes the magical Swiss elves to make one.