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Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Watch

In case you didn't know — or couldn't deduce from the title — The Omega Speedmaster was the first watch worn on the moon. And the Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Watch was created to celebrate that fact. Limited to just 1,969 pieces, this bold timepiece features a 42mm titanium and Sedna gold case, a black PVD dial with Sedna gold hands and indexes, a chronograph, tachymeter, and small seconds dial, and a brown coated nylon fabric strap inspired by straps given to NATO military personnel. All it's missing is a chunk of moon rock somewhere.

  • Motorola Moto 360 Watch

    Prepare thyself for an (even larger) onslaught of smartwatches, all thanks to Android Wear — a new version of Android that's designed for wearables. Or more specifically, watches. And the Motorola Moto 360 Watch is leading the way. Unlike most smartwatches, this one features a high-res round screen that allows it to look like a normal watch most of the time, but spring to colorful life when you tap it or when a notification arrives. It's available in a variety of styles, but we're partial to the ones that keep it looking like a normal watch.

  • 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.