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.
The first in The Great Americans Series by Shinola — a series of watches released annually to honor iconic American innovators and industrialists — The Wright Brothers Limited Edition Watch ($1,000) was created in recognition of the men who pioneered flight. Featuring a stainless steel cushion case, a black display with luminous hands and indices, a sapphire crystal, Argonite 715 quartz movement, and a chocolate brown leather strap, this watch is available in two sizes, each limited to just 500 pieces. The watch also includes a custom gift box, a leather-bound coffee table book featuring rare imagery from the Wrights' private collection, and more. With the purchase of this, or any other limited edition piece from Shinola, you'll earn membership into The Foundry, their private collectors club granting you exclusive access to events, product previews, and members-only customer service.
You don't limit your exercise routine to just one activity, so why should your fitness tracker only cover one sport at a time? With the TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch, you can keep track of your running, cycling, and swimming metrics, all from your wrist. The stylish dark grey and black watch features a high-res, high-contrast black and white display, GPS, single-button control, a built-in swim sensor, Bluetooth Smart, and optional heart rate monitor, cadence/speed sensors, and altimeter add-ons.