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Hexa K500 Watch

Hexa K500 Watch

Built to withstand the demands of seafaring gentlemen, the Hexa K500 Watch ($600-$700) wears its ruggedness on its sleeve. Powered by a Sii NE15/Seiko 6R15 automatic movement, it features an oversized 44mm stainless steel case that's been pressure tested to 500 meters, luminescent hands and hour markers powered by Lüm-Tec, numerals based on interstate signage of maximum legibility, a black face, your choice of silver or black bezels, and a matching stainless steel bracelet.

  • Suunto Core Alu Watch

    Just because you want an outdoor watch doesn't mean you have to wear a gaudy piece of plastic around your wrist. The Suunto Core Alu Watch ($TBA) boasts all of the Core's essential functions — including an altimeter, barometer, compass, depth meter, multiple watch, date, and alarm functions, sunrise/sunset times, a digital thermometer, and an electro-luminescent dot-matrix display — inside a sleek aluminium case with silicone rubber strap that lets you go straight from work to the trail without embarrassment.

  • Sony SmartWatch

    Like it or not, it looks like there's going to be a lot of companies wanting you to wear a computer on your wrist this year. The Sony SmartWatch ($150) is just the latest example. Sporting a 1.3-inch OLED touchscreen display, Bluetooth 3.0, and four days of battery life, this sleek, square-ish watch connects to your Android phone, giving you the ability to read texts and emails, receive Facebook and Twitter updates, initiate and answer calls, control music playback, and run apps optimized for the small screen from Google Play. Or you could just wear a Rolex/Omega/Casio — your call.