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Casio G-Shock GW-9300 Mudman Watch

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.

  • Tendence Gulliver Square Watch

    With an unorthodox shape and equally unorthodox looks, the Tendence Gulliver Square Watch ($480) is a refreshing break from the normal circular-cased timepiece. Its squarish, oversized 50mm case is made from stainless steel and polycarbonate, water resistant to 330 feet, and encloses chronograph and day functions, as well as 12 burnt orange markers, making it an instant hit at Uncrate HQ. [Scouted by Sam]

  • 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.