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Smith & Wesson Field Watch

Smith & Wesson Field Watch

Way better known for their powerful handguns — including Dirty Harry's favorite, the .44 Magnum — it turns out that Smith and Wesson also make watches. Like this Smith & Wesson Field Watch ($60), for instance. It features a green face, white indicators and hands, a stainless steel case, a spiffy adjustable nylon strap, and you don't even have to go through a background check to buy it.

  • Breitling Chronospace Watch

    It might seem a little silly in the modern age of do-everything smartphones and gadgets, but don't tell that to the folks at Breitling. Packing as many functions as you can reasonably fit into such a small area, the Breitling Chronospace Watch ($TBA) boasts features like a 1/100th of a second chronograph with dual time zone display, split times, alarm, 24-hour military time, a countdown function, a perpetual calendar, Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), a slide rule, night vision goggle-compatible LCD screens, a star-shaped bezel, a Breitling SuperQuartz movement, and double caseback construction for louder audible signals. Available in several dial colors, and with your choice of one of two rubber straps, a leather strap, or the chain mail-inspired satin-brushed woven steel seen above.

  • Lum-Tec Bull45 Watch

    With a beefy 45mm face and masculine bullhead case design, which squares off the front corners while pushing the crown and pushers to the top, the Lum-Tec Bull45 Watch ($435-$500) is the company's most manly timepiece yet. Available in a variety of face designs, and with a brushed silver or hard PVD finish, each Bull45 offers thick sapphire crystal, water resistance down to 100 meters, the company's MDV ("Maximum Darkness Visibility") technology, a 12-hour chronograph timer, Miyota OS10 Chronograph movement, a rubber strap, and is limited to just 100 units, making these both stylish and rare.

    Win it!Continuing our 5th anniversary celebration, we're giving away 5 of these bad boys, thanks to the folks at Lum-Tec. To enter, just make sure you're subscribed to our daily dispatch. We'll choose one of you gents at random.