Leave it to a company known for its simple, plastic, infinitely collectible watches to crank out the world's least complex automatic timepiece. The Swatch Sistem51 Watch is the Swiss company's very first automatic watch, boasting an innovative self-winding movement that uses only 51 parts spread across five separate modules and features an impressive 90 hour power reserve. You can see the movement through the back of the hermetically sealed plastic case, which comes in blue, red, white, and black colorways.
It was only a matter of time before the makers of wearable activity trackers stopped producing techie plastic pieces that only look appropriate in a gym, and started focusing on making them look good for everyday wear. The Wellograph Watch looks gorgeous, crafted from sapphire crystal or stainless steel and accompanied by either a genuine leather or nato strap. Its tasteful user interface — displayed on a low-power LCD screen — shows useful information at a glance, letting you monitor your exercise, fitness, heartrate, steps, and more. The Wellograph app, available for iOS and Android, gives you an in-depth look at your wellbeing and syncs wirelessly over Bluetooth.
Is '70s style making a comeback? Well, it certainly is with this Omega Speedmaster Mark II Watch. A reintroduction of a watch that first appeared in 1969, this handsome, masculine timepiece features a water resistant brushed steel case and matching bracelet and your choice of either red/orange and gray or monochrome black and white dials. As for specs, it's powered by a Omega Calibre 3330 automatic movement, with a certified COSC Chronometer, raised tachymetre marks, and a date indicator located at 6 o'clock. Just be sure to pay attention, as there's no "Mark II" marking on the face to let you know which is which.