What do you do when you're a watchmaker and your movement supplier goes belly up? Go back to the drawing board and remove the movement altogether. The new HD3 Slyde ($TBA) eschews the typical watch face for a touchscreen, allowing you to generate an "unlimited" variety of virtual timepieces with nothing more than a couple taps and flicks while the clean design of the watch keeps the focus where it's supposed to be: on the screen.
50 years ago today, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was wearing this watch when sworn in as the 35th President of the United States. Now you can recapture that moment in time — and the class of Kennedy's Camelot — with the Omega JFK Watch ($9,100). Featuring a clean, numberless silver dial, an anti-reflective sapphire crystal, a yellow gold case, and a stately leather strap, this commemorative timepiece will have you looking as presidential as possible, and not in a nutsack-cutting, riding a wire fence sort of way.
Go back in time (pun intended) with Timex Originals Watches ($36-$125). This line of classic Timex reissues spanning the 20th century includes a quaint analog model from the 1900s, Q Dial models, squarish stainless steel- and leather-banded timepieces, and the ubiquitous digital Indiglo model that adorned the wrists of so many Walmart shoppers during the '80s.