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Urwerk UR-105M Watch

Not every watch face needs to look exactly the same — hour, minute, and second hand rotating around a central axis, pointing to clear indices around the periphery — and the guys who brought us the Urwerk UR-105M Watch know that well. Instead of the traditional means of displaying time, this watch features three oscillating satellites that display a numeral indicating the hour, and passing by a minutes indicator at the base. All other features have been moved away from the face, including a power reserve, maintenance indicator, and run timer. Built from a combination of titanium and steel, the watch features sapphire crystals, and is available in brushed steel or black-colored titanium.

  • Eone Bradley Watch

    Few of us think about it — because most of us can see — but nearly every watch on the market requires sight in order to tell the time. Not the Eone Bradley Watch. Named after a former soldier who lost his sight to an IED, this unisex timepiece is designed to be used by everyone — hence the name "Eone". It does so by marking the minutes and hours with two ball bearings, which are set in tracks in the solid titanium body and change positions via hidden magnets inside. The result is a simple, stylish watch that you don't have to watch to use.

  • Hodinkee Kangaroo NATO Watch Strap

    If you're feeling like your old wristwatch could use an update — or you just want to be able to change things up depending on the look you're trying to achieve — then the Hodinkee Kangaroo NATO Watch Strap is just what you need. Each one is crafted from thin Kangaroo leather that is ethically sourced from Australia, shaved down to a thickness closer to a nylon strap, and treated in either a dark brown or black. Their polished hardware is a great complement to any stainless steel watch, as well as the leather of the strap. Each one is 20 millimeters across, and doesn't require the removal of the springbars on your watch for attachment.