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Casio G-Shock Twisted MT-G Watches

If you're the kind of guy who's clumsy enough to have shattered more than a few crystals by now, but you still care what your wrist says about you, you owe it to yourself to check out Casio G-Shock Twisted MT-G Watches ($900-$1,100). They feature the same resistance to shock, vibration, and gravity you expect from the G-Shock brand, without the plastic appearance typical of their watches. They come in three variations: polished stainless steel and resin, ion-plated stainless steel and resin, and a black ion-plated version with gold highlights and a red-paneled bracelet. Available in November.

  • A.Manzoni & Fils Canopus Weekplanner Watch

    The A.Manzoni & Fils Canopus Weekplanner Watch ($5,000) features Swiss mechanical movement and unique functionality, all packed into a beautiful contemporary design. This watch has a rounded stainless steel case that seamlessly transitions to a sapphire crystal on the face and back. Under the face, you'll find hands that track the week, date, day, month, phases of the moon (and of course the time). Each watch includes two straps: an adjustable stainless steel link strap, and a black and orange alligator strap — a rapid change mechanism lets you switch them out in seconds. It's water resistant to over 300 feet, and has a 42-hour power reserve.

  • 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).