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Rolex Milgauss Z Blue Watch

Ever since the original Milguass — a watch that dates back to 1956 — engineers and technicians have counted on it for its reliability, thanks in part to an internal magnetic shield that protects its movement. It's since been updated repeatedly, and in its latest iteration, the Rolex Milgauss Z Blue Watch it receives an electric blue face to complement its green sapphire crystal. Featuring a 40mm oyster case, the watch is waterproof down to 100 meters, and sports a hermetically-sealed screwed-down case back. The oyster case provides further protection for its self-winding mechanical movement, while the oyster bracelet gives you a secure and comfortable fit any time you wear it.

  • LG G Watch

    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.

  • 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.