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Tudor Heritage Ranger Watch

With military-influenced styling and a heritage that draws from the pioneers who once explored the far north on the backs of dog sleds, the Tudor Heritage Ranger Watch has a rugged, simple beauty that's at its best on the trail. Made with a 41-millimeter brushed stainless steel case and a satin finish, it sports a matte black face with luminous indices and numerals at 12, three, six, and nine. With four available bracelets, you can choose between a light or dark brown leather strap, a stainless steel bracelet, or a fabric strap, each featuring satin finished details that complement the watch.

  • Rolex Milgauss Z Blue Watch

    Ever since the original Milguass — a watch that dates back to 1956 — engineers and technicians have counted on it for its reliability, thanks in part to an internal magnetic shield that protects its movement. It's since been updated repeatedly, and in its latest iteration, the Rolex Milgauss Z Blue Watch it receives an electric blue face to complement its green sapphire crystal. Featuring a 40mm oyster case, the watch is waterproof down to 100 meters, and sports a hermetically-sealed screwed-down case back. The oyster case provides further protection for its self-winding mechanical movement, while the oyster bracelet gives you a secure and comfortable fit any time you wear it.

  • Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Watch

    In case you didn't know — or couldn't deduce from the title — The Omega Speedmaster was the first watch worn on the moon. And the Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Watch was created to celebrate that fact. Limited to just 1,969 pieces, this bold timepiece features a 42mm titanium and Sedna gold case, a black PVD dial with Sedna gold hands and indexes, a chronograph, tachymeter, and small seconds dial, and a brown coated nylon fabric strap inspired by straps given to NATO military personnel. All it's missing is a chunk of moon rock somewhere.