Go back in time (pun intended) with Timex Originals Watches ($36-$125). This line of classic Timex reissues spanning the 20th century includes a quaint analog model from the 1900s, Q Dial models, squarish stainless steel- and leather-banded timepieces, and the ubiquitous digital Indiglo model that adorned the wrists of so many Walmart shoppers during the '80s.
Nike has taken their already popular Nike+ shoe-based sensor and paired it with TomTom GPS technology in order to create the ultimate personal trainer. The Nike+ SportWatch GPS ($TBA) tracks the accuracy of your trip, while the Nike+ sensor tracks your time, pace, distance, calories burned, and heart rate, then posts them to NikePlus.com so you can view your runs and set new goals. If you need a little motivation, it'll also send you onscreen reminders and give you a pat on the back for new personal records.
Whoever said all upscale timepieces needed to be gaudy must have never seen the Montblanc Time Walker TwinFly Chronograph Watch (€8,950; roughly $11,900). This decidedly high-end watch features a titanium black DLC or stainless 43mm case, a sapphire crystal, a Swiss automatic Montblanc caliber MB LL 100 movement, a power reserve of 72 hours, a chronograph with flyback function, a column control wheel, and a vertical disc clutch. If your pocketbook can handle it, you'd best hurry — only 300 of each style will be made.