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Breitling Emergency II Watch

For those of you whose job takes you to dangerous and remote spots across the globe (whether by sea, air, or land), there's the Breitling Emergency II Watch ($19,000). The first watch to include a dual-frequency satellite alert and distress beacon, it features innovative antennae that deploy manually and tuck away almost-unnoticeably within the watch case — so no matter where you are in the world, you can signal for a rescue for up to 24 hours. The satin-brushed bezel and titanium case conceal accurate electronic quartz movement, the dial is available in either black, yellow, or orange, and it comes fitted with a titanium bracelet or a rubber strap.

  • Omega Seamaster Diver ETNZ Watch

    Even if you don't plan on sailing to victory at your next regatta, there's no denying the appeal of the Omega Seamaster Diver ETNZ Watch ($6,800). Made to commemorate the 34th America's Cup, and in recognition of Omega's partnership with Emirates Team New Zealand, this timepiece is the sailer's new best friend. It has a rotating bezel, a helium escape valve, and resists water down to 1,000 feet — so it should keep ticking well after you catch a boom in the face and wind up in the water (we just hope you know how to swim).

  • Sony SmartWatch 2

    Wearable tech is undeniably the next big thing in portable electronic devices — from those goofy-looking glasses, to the rumored iWatch, to the Sony SmartWatch 2 ($200), we're already seeing the signs. The watch functions as a bridge between you and your Android device (using NFC), letting you read messages, take photos, control your music, check maps, and more. Conveniently, it's also water resistant, in case you plan on using it in situations where you might get wet.