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Suunto Elementum

Suunto Elementum

No matter where you do your exploring — under the water, over the water, or on treacherous dry land — you'll find a watch to help you on your journey in the Suunto Elementum ($TBA) line. Split into three separate lines — Aqua for diving, Terra for land-based exploration, and Ventus for sailing — each Elementum watch packs a digital face, with activity-specific features like dive depth and water temperature readouts, an altimeter and digital 3D compass, or sailing timer and barometer for monitoring weather conditions.

  • Suunto t3c Black Arrow

    Forget the wild, alien-like looks of most fitness watches — the Suunto t3c Black Arrow ($189) is just as well-suited to the dinner table as it is to the gym. Boasting a subtle matte black body and strap, the Black Arrow features real-time heart rate and calorie consumption monitors, triathlon-friendly settings, and the ability to measure speed, distance, and cadence with optional POD accessories.

  • Casio Edifice 3D Chronograph

    With a face like a Terminator, the Casio Edifice 3D Chronograph ($450) is as rugged as it is modern. It's powered by Casio's Tough Solar power system, which pairs a highly-efficient solar panel with a high-capacity rechargeable battery to enable the watch's high-tech functions, including automatic leap year and daylight savings time adjustment, a 24-hour countdown timer, tachymeter, and 29 cities worth of world time. Oh, and did we mention the see-thru dual-layer dial?