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Olivier Jonquet Elie Watch

Old meets new in the Olivier Jonquet Elie Watch. Inspired by watches from the 1910s and '20s, this unique timepiece features a 38mm cushion-shaped stainless steel case available in polished or satin finish, a hand-wound France Ebauche movement, a highly readable white and black face with hours, minutes, and a small second hand at 6 o'clock as well as period-appropriate numbers, a handmade black calf leather strap — vintage ammo pouch leather or Caiman straps are also available — and the ability to go straight from a formal business setting to casual wear.

  • Ball Fireman Storm Chaser Pro Watch

    Even if you don't get your thrills by running into the middle of tornados and hurricanes, there's still plenty to like about the Ball Fireman Storm Chaser Pro Watch. Made as a partnership between Ball and MIT-educated meteorologist Dr. Joshua Wurman, the watch features telemetric technology that helps determine approximate distance between you and a fixed point. Featuring 30-minute and 12-hour counters, separate day and date windows, and luminous indices throughout that glow green, orange, and blue, it's simple to determine the time no matter how much light you have. And with water resistance down to 100 meters and impact resistance up to 5,000 Gs, if you do choose to chase storms, you can feel confident your watch will hold up to those harsh conditions.

  • Max Bill x Junghans Chronoscope Watch

    Combining the beautiful, minimal aesthetics that made the Bauhaus Movement so renowned, with the accurate, automatic mechanical movement of modern watchmaking, the Max Bill x Junghans Chronoscope Watch is a perfect example of old meets new. Conceived by architect, painter, sculptor, and designer Max Bill, these watches feature a stainless steel case, your choice of a white or black dial, a black calfskin strap, and luminous hands. With a 30 minute counter, a 12 hour counter, and a date display, the simplicity of this watch belies its functionality. Its automatic movement has a power reserve of up to 46 hours, for accuracy that you can count on.