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Suunto Core Alu Watch

Just because you want an outdoor watch doesn't mean you have to wear a gaudy piece of plastic around your wrist. The Suunto Core Alu Watch ($TBA) boasts all of the Core's essential functions — including an altimeter, barometer, compass, depth meter, multiple watch, date, and alarm functions, sunrise/sunset times, a digital thermometer, and an electro-luminescent dot-matrix display — inside a sleek aluminium case with silicone rubber strap that lets you go straight from work to the trail without embarrassment.

  • Qlocktwo Watch

    Remember the Qlocktwo, the wall clock that eschewed numbers for common phrases to tell you the time? Well, now you can wear that same technology on your wrist. The Qlocktwo Watch (€550; roughly $725) features a uniform grid of 110 letters, which it uses to display phrases like "It is half past nine" whenever you press the side-mounted stainless steel button. Other features include a square brushed stainless steel casing in natural or black, the ability to show the calendar day or seconds — with two and three presses of the single button, respectively — and a rubber or leather strap. [Scouted by Erik]

  • 1974 Kojak Omega Time Computer 1 Watch

    Say what you will of Telly Savalas' work on the crime drama Kojak: at least he got to wear this sweet timepiece. The 1974 Kojak Omega Time Computer 1 Watch (£1,900; roughly $3,000) isn't just important due to its prominent placement upon the wrist of a TV policeman — it was also one of the first LED watches made, sporting more transistors than the smallest TV of the time, and made even more noticeable by its gold plate body. Lollipops not included.