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.
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?
Get the most out of your workouts and runs with the Suunto T4C Watch ($220). Water resistant up to 100 meters and boasting a rugged body, the T4C features a built-in training coach which taps into the watch's heart rate and calorie sensors to keep track of how effective your workouts are, pushing you when you're slacking and reminding you to back off when you're doing too much, keeping you in a "sweet spot" that will have you getting greater benefits in less time.