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Swatch Sistem51 Watch

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.

  • Cogito Smartwatch

    Think all smartwatches are destined to look dorky? Think again. At a glance, the Cogito Smartwatch ($180) looks just like a regular timepeice — round case, black face, hour and minute hands — but at the press of a button becomes so much more. Because that black face is actually a digital display, notifying you of incoming calls, texts, and emails, as well as calendar appointments and alarms. Will it let you read the whole thing, like a Pebble? No, but frankly, people that stare at their wrists for long periods of time freak us out anyway.

  • Pebble Steel

    Owners of the original Pebble smartwatch know what a useful gadget it can be — and they also know the inconvenience of having to leave it at home on those occasions when its plastic body is likely to ruin their look. Not any more. Say hello to the Pebble Steel ($250). Smaller and thinner than the original, this new model is made from forged and CNC-machined stainless steel in a brushed or matte black finish, but retains the ePaper display and app compatibility of its plastic sibling. Each one ships with a metal and leather strap, giving you the choice to dress it up or dress it down — but also meaning the days of it being a fashion distraction are over.