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Kisai Breathalyzer Watch

While we wouldn't recommend it for determining if you're good to drive, the Kisai Breathalyzer Watch ($100) could make for some pretty interesting bar games. After breathing into the side of the watch, an LED backlight responds, turning green if you're sober, yellow if you're tipsy, and red if you're drunk — as well as displaying your BAC percentage. The stainless steel watch has an adjustable band and a USB-rechargeable battery that lasts for a month on a charge. It also displays the time, of course, so last call won't sneak up on you.

  • Martinator Watch Cases

    You've spent a lot of coin building your collection of timepieces, so it only makes sense that it'd be worth the money to protect them when you travel. These Martinator Watch Cases ($150-$450) can do exactly that. Based on Pelican cases, these custom carriers are available in 4-, 6-, 18-, and 32-watch versions, each with separate padded inserts for each watch. Already have a Pelican case? You can order the inserts by themselves. Either way, it sure beats doing nothing more than throwing your best wristwear into a bag.

  • Shinola Runwell Chrono Watch

    Around here, made in America still counts for something — and at Shinola, it counts for a lot. Bringing craftsmanship and manufacturing back to the once great city of Detroit, each Shinola Runwell Chrono Watch is completely assembled by hand at their factories in the Motor City. Beautifully made from stainless steel, these watches feature a double curve sapphire crystal, luminous hands and indices, a date indicator, as well as a stopwatch function all in one attractive piece. Powered by an Argonite 5021 quartz movement consisting of Swiss-made components assembled here at home, this watch even sports a leather strap that's (you guessed it) American-made. Advertisement