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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT Watch

Prepare for boating season by outfitting yourself with a proper timepiece like the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT Watch ($TBA). While the name might be a mouthful, the design is classically minimalist, with a blue dial and crown with orange accents. Features include a 43.5mm stainless steel case, a helium release valve, water resistance to 600 meters, an AR-coated sapphire crystal, a sapphire see-through back, an Omega caliber 8605 automatic movement, and your choice of a steel bracelet or a fetching blue rubber strap.

  • Depeche Mode x Hublot Big Bang Watch

    You don't need to be a fan of the band to like the Depeche Mode x Hublot Big Bang Watch ($TBA), but you probably should be a fan of black. This special-edition watch — created to benefit charity: water, a non-profit bringing safe drinking water to the developing world, it's limited to 250 units — features a 44mm case and bezel made from micro-blasted black ceramic, bezel lugs and inserts made from black composite resin, a black PVD steel crown, black PVD titanium screws, and a black stap with pyramid-like bumps that match the bezel. It also features an open skeleton dial, hands finished with a black nickel coating, a date window, and an automatic movement, but let's face it — you'd already decided whether or not to buy it before you read all that. [via]

  • Vulcain Nautical Cricket 1970 Watch

    In the decades before the advent of the cell phone, having a watch with a built-in alarm was a big deal — and Vulcain was the first to do it. Now you can enjoy the feeling of having a wrist-mounted alarm in the Vulcain Nautical Cricket 1970 Watch ($TBA). This re-issue features a 42mm stainless steel case that's a stout 17.6mm thick in order to accomodate the alarm — a Cricket caliber, shaded rings on the face for calculating diving decompression times, and a matching black and orange strap. [via]