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Swatch Touch Watch

We'll be the first to admit that Swatch — better known for its crazy, stackable neon designs — was about the last company we expected to drop a touchscreen digital watch. Yet that's exactly what the Swatch Touch Watch ($140) is. Using funky on-screen digits that blend in well with the control indicators at the bottom, it offers up the time, date, and even a chronograph, all accesible with a touch — and swipe — of the finger.

  • Bell & Ross Vintage PW1 Pocket Watch

    The military-inspired Bell & Ross Vintage PW1 Pocket Watch ($3,000) doubles as a daily carrier and as a collector's piece. It sports a Swiss movement, vintage-look domed crystal made of anti-reflective sapphire, a clean and super-legible sunburst dial, an easy-to-use grooved crown inspired by the ones handled by pilots, and a barleycorn guilloché caseback to go with the long chain.

  • Rolex Hillary Tenzing Edition Watches

    Scaling Mt. Everest is certainly a brag-worthy feat. But becoming the second generation of your family to do so? Well, apparently that's worth releasing a special edition goodie box inspired by your parent's first trip to the top of the world. These Rolex Hillary Tenzing Edition Watches ($39,000) — commissioned by Peter Hillary and Jamling Tenzing Norgay, two Everest veterans and sons of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, the first humans to scale the peak — are customized Rolex Explorer watches that come in a handmade expedition crate that's also filled with custom-made vintage items commemorating the original 1953 ascent. If you want in, you'll need to hurry — only 88 packages will be made.