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TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch

You don't limit your exercise routine to just one activity, so why should your fitness tracker only cover one sport at a time? With the TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch, you can keep track of your running, cycling, and swimming metrics, all from your wrist. The stylish dark grey and black watch features a high-res, high-contrast black and white display, GPS, single-button control, a built-in swim sensor, Bluetooth Smart, and optional heart rate monitor, cadence/speed sensors, and altimeter add-ons.

  • Tissot Heritage Navigator 160th Anniversary Watch

    First made in 1953 to celebrate their centennial, the Tissot Heritage Navigator 160th Anniversary Watch ($TBA; available November) has been rebuilt, maintaining its classic appeal while adding in some modern functionality. Made with traveling in mind, it has a rotating bezel with the capitals of 24 countries of the world, letting you easily determine the time in any major city around the globe. Available with either an 18-karat gold or stainless steel case, a sapphire crystal with a non-reflective coating, and a leather band, this watch features swiss-made automatic mechanical movement and water resistance down to 100 feet.

  • Victorinox Swiss Army Alpnach Watches

    With a name inspired by the famous Alpine helicopter base used by the Swiss Air Force, you know you can count on the Victorinox Swiss Army Alpnach Watches ($2,500-$3,700) to endure just about anything. And with a stainless steel case coated in black PVD, a triple-coated, anti-reflective sapphire crystal, and water resistance down to ten atmospheres, these watches definitely live up to their name. They feature self-winding swiss mechanical movement, luminous hands and hour markers, a nylon strap with a deployant clasp, and a four-blade-rotor second hand alluding to the Cougar AS 532 helicopter.