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Suunto Ambit2 GPS Watches

It doesn't matter if you're an athlete or an outdoorsman — or both — as these new Suunto Ambit2 GPS Watches ($400-$650) include a model for everyone. The Ambit2 S is sleek and lightweight, build specifically for cycling, running, swimming, and training use, and as such offers pace, route navigation and tracking, and heart rate monitoring. The standard Ambit 2 is a more rugged affair, with a fiberglass-reinforced case, 50 hours of battery life in GPS mode, altitude, vertical speed, barometric pressure, and temperature readouts. However, the latter also offers all the sports functions of the 2 S, making it the easy choice if you don't want to miss a single feature.

  • Omega Speedmaster Dark Side Of The Moon Watch

    Don't worry — it's not adorned with clichéd Pink Floyd cover art. Instead, the Omega Speedmaster Dark Side Of The Moon Watch ($TBA) celebrates the lack of light by sporting a nearly all-black design. Details include a black ceramic 44.25mm case and chronograph pushers, a black zirconium oxide ceramic dial, a sapphire display back, indexes in white gold, and a rhodium-plated, red-tipped chronograph hand. Tying it all together is a black Cordura strap with a black ceramic buckle, making this the most stealthy Omega you'll find outside of a custom shop.

  • Breva Genie 01 Watch

    And here you thought your Pebble was smart. The Breva Genie 01 Watch ($150,000) may not be able to talk to your iPhone, but it can boast about being a world first. Thanks to an intricate design that packs multiple dials and instruments into a 44.7mm pink gold or white gold case, the Genie 01 can claim to be the first mechanical wristwatch to offer indicators for time, altimeter, barometer, and power reserve, all available at a single glance. Other features include an air pressure valve, a display back, and a hand-stitched alligator strap with case-matching buckle.