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Schwarzenegger Military Tank Watch

While Arnold is perhaps more widely associated with Hummers, it turns out that he drove a tank during his military service in Austria in the '60s. Based on the instrument gauges found within that M47, the Schwarzenegger Military Tank Watch ($1,000) is a rugged timepiece, featuring a rounded square stainless steel case, a black or green dial, oversized hands, straightforward hour markers, and a precise Japanese movement. In addition, all the proceeds from the sale go to benefit the charity After-School All-Stars, which helps out adults who played in Kindergarten Cop during their youth, but through a series of poor life choices ended up selling their organs for crack. Just kidding! It actually provides comprehensive after-school programs for kids in need. Sale starts at noon.

  • Sony SmartWatch

    Like it or not, it looks like there's going to be a lot of companies wanting you to wear a computer on your wrist this year. The Sony SmartWatch ($150) is just the latest example. Sporting a 1.3-inch OLED touchscreen display, Bluetooth 3.0, and four days of battery life, this sleek, square-ish watch connects to your Android phone, giving you the ability to read texts and emails, receive Facebook and Twitter updates, initiate and answer calls, control music playback, and run apps optimized for the small screen from Google Play. Or you could just wear a Rolex/Omega/Casio — your call.

  • Pebble

    Thinking about strapping a color-screened gadget to your wrist in an effort to look even geekier? Why not give the Pebble ($115 and up) a shot instead. Developed by the same minds behind the inPulse smartwatch for Blackberry, the Pebble is an ePaper smartwatch for iOS and Android that connects to your handset via Bluetooth, offering wrist-based notifications like caller ID, email, calendar alerts, and Facebook and Twitter messages, the ability to function as a music controller, workout computer, and golf rangefinder, and, of course, a variety of sexy watchfaces for plain ol' time-telling. On Kickstarter now, with shipments to begin in September.