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Suunto Quest Black Watch

While outdoorsy-sport watches can certainly come in handy, their "extreme" designs often preclude them from being worn with anything that isn't made from a stretchy material and doesn't wick away moisture. The Suunto Quest Black Watch ($250) is a refreshing exception, with a subdued design that will work fine as an everyday wearer. Of course, it packs plenty of useful features as well, including time, date, dual time, alarm, stopwatch, and interval timer functionality, the ability to monitor heart rate, speed, distance, running cadence, and laps in real time, the ability to share, plan, and analyze results online, and water resistance to 30 meters.

  • Mutewatch

    You're not going to find a watch more minimal than this. The Mutewatch ($260) sits somewhere between a rubber bracelet and a touchscreen gadget, relying on a tap to activate it and swipes to cycle through its clock, alarm, and timer functions. Its motion sensor registers movement and automatically adjusts the strength of its vibration notifications, making sure you never miss an appointment. [Scouted by Levin, Brian & Nico]

  • Urwerk UR-1001 Zeit Device

    Finally, a timepiece befitting vampires, demigods, and other immortals. The Urwerk UR-1001 Zeit Device ($TBA) goes above and beyond the average watch by offering you measurement of seconds, minutes, hours, day/night, date, month, and power on the crazily-complicated front face, and measurement of years, 100 years, and 1,000 years on the back, meaning it will last even wizards several generations before it sets itself back. Other features include a case made from Aluminum Titanium Nitride-coated steel, a pocket watch-style chain with handmade, heat-blackened steel links and a carabiner-style clasp, and a combined winder and display case made from polished walnut and buffalo leather lining. [via]