We've seen waterproof watches before, but this is ridiculous. Built to commemorate James Cameron's solo dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue Dial Watch sports a Ringlock case that enables it to stay waterproof down to a staggering 12,800 feet. Other features include a two-color gradient dial that goes from blue to black — signifying the change in water color during the historic dive — as well as a helium escape valve for decompression and a blue Chromalight display that ensures readability in even the darkest of environments.
Smart watches don't necessarily have to make you look like a geek — and there's no better proof than the Michael Bastian x HP Smartwatch. This exclusive collaboration, done in partnership with Gilt, offers a beautiful smart watch that works with your iOS or Android phone, letting you get regular updates on stocks, weather, sports, and more, while letting you read email, texts, and other notifications. Its stainless steel case sports a multi-layered finish and is water resistant so it can keep up with whatever you spend your weekends doing. Swap out the three included wristbands (durable black rubber, perforated brown rubber, and olive green nylon) depending on what you choose to wear that day.
It might able to tell time, but if you're wearing the SureFire Luminox WristLight simply as a watch, you're missing the point. Developed in collaboration with active law enforcement, this wrist-mounted lighting solution features a high-performance, 200-lumen LED that can be activated with a press of either of two ergonomic switches and works as both a tactical lamp and a handgun light, as well as a Mil-spec anodized aerospace aluminum body and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a built-in LED fuel gauge, so you're never caught out in the field without a light.