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IWC Aquatimer Expedition Charles Darwin Edition Watch

Made to recognize the achievements of possibly the most-well-known naturalist, the IWC Aquatimer Expedition Charles Darwin Edition Watch ($TBA) is ready to handle any sea-borne expedition. Built to resist water down to 2,000 meters, the display glows both green and blue in the dark, letting you distinguish between dive time and normal time. An internal and external rotating bezel lets you easily monitor your dive time, while remaining easy to adjust even if you're wearing gloves. The case is crafted from bronze — a metal alloy used in shipbuilding at the time of Charles Darwin — and features an engraving of Darwin on the underside.

  • Breitling Super Avenger II Watch

    Tactical, understated, and simple, the Breitling Super Avenger II Watch ($TBA) is a go-anywhere timepiece with professionalism and style to spare. While there are plenty of options within this line, the military version — limited to just 500 pieces — is the obvious choice, with its large 48mm black steel case, volcano black dial, and webbed strap. A large crown and textured pushers make it easy to use when you're cold or wet, and the luminous markers are easy to read on its dark face, making it perfect for outdoor activities. With three sub-dials and a date function, there's no way you'll lose track of anything worth remembering.

  • Tag Heuer Carrera Mikrogirder Watch

    If you need a watch that's so precise it can keep time down to a tiny fraction of a second, you need the Tag Heuer Carrera Mikrogirder Watch ($120,000). Representing the complete reinvention of mechanically-regulated watch movement, this timepiece measures time down to a ridiculous 5/10,000th of a second — so you'll never have to worry about missing a beat. The watch comes on a hand-sewn anthracite soft-touch alligator bracelet, with a polished and brushed black titanium carbide coated steel case, a sapphire crystal, and an anthracite and silver dial.