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SureFire Luminox WristLight

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.

  • Suunto Ambit3 Sport Watch

    It's not exactly a smart watch, but the Suunto Ambit3 Sport Watch is far from dumb. This sleek GPS watch offers up accurate speed, distance, and heart rate monitor information (With an add-on sensor), as well as specialized features for running, biking, and swimming. But the watch itself is only half the story, as it pairs with a companion Movescount app to provide even more data, let you configure what's being displayed on the watch, relay notifications from your phone, and even create customized movies that show your activity as well as any photos you've shot on your journey. Available in black, blue, white, or sapphire, with or without the heart rate sensor.

  • Tsovet JPT-PW36 Watch

    You don't need a super-fancy watch to look great and tell the time. Take the Tsovet JPT-PW36 Watch for example. Understated by design, this 36mm timepiece is powered by a Japanese Miyota movement, and offers clear markings for both the hours and the minutes/seconds, as well as a handsome leather strap and your choice of stainless, black, or gunmetal bezels, which are paired with matte copper, matte champagne, and matte black dials, respectively.