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Pebble Steel

Owners of the original Pebble smartwatch know what a useful gadget it can be — and they also know the inconvenience of having to leave it at home on those occasions when its plastic body is likely to ruin their look. Not any more. Say hello to the Pebble Steel ($250). Smaller and thinner than the original, this new model is made from forged and CNC-machined stainless steel in a brushed or matte black finish, but retains the ePaper display and app compatibility of its plastic sibling. Each one ships with a metal and leather strap, giving you the choice to dress it up or dress it down — but also meaning the days of it being a fashion distraction are over.

  • TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch

    You don't limit your exercise routine to just one activity, so why should your fitness tracker only cover one sport at a time? With the TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch, you can keep track of your running, cycling, and swimming metrics, all from your wrist. The stylish dark grey and black watch features a high-res, high-contrast black and white display, GPS, single-button control, a built-in swim sensor, Bluetooth Smart, and optional heart rate monitor, cadence/speed sensors, and altimeter add-ons.

  • Breitling Super Avenger II Watch

    Tactical, understated, and simple, the Breitling Super Avenger II Watch ($TBA) is a go-anywhere timepiece with professionalism and style to spare. While there are plenty of options within this line, the military version — limited to just 500 pieces — is the obvious choice, with its large 48mm black steel case, volcano black dial, and webbed strap. A large crown and textured pushers make it easy to use when you're cold or wet, and the luminous markers are easy to read on its dark face, making it perfect for outdoor activities. With three sub-dials and a date function, there's no way you'll lose track of anything worth remembering.