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Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Chronograph Watch

With most high-end watches, you're lucky if you get a date function at all — and sometimes the magnifier over that single window can ruin an otherwise handsome face. With the Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Chronograph Watch, you get not only the day of the month, but the day of the week and the month itself, without any gross outcrops of extra glass. Other features include a 40.5mm steel case, a two-tone dial, an automatic movement, a day/night indicator, a three-layered chronograph with 12-hour, 0-30, and 30-60 minute readouts, and a stylish steel bracelet.

  • 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.

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    What will certainly be the first of many watches powered by the recently-announced Android Wear, Google's operating system tailored specifically to wearable devices, the LG G Watch is still very much in its early stages. The project represents a close collaboration between the folks at LG and Google, bringing together leading producers of both hardware and software for what will likely be an impressive device. Specific details, including hardware specifications, have yet to be released, but it's definitely the start of something big for the Wear platform.