Going far beyond the typical round watch dial, the Urwerk UR-110 Watch displays the time using multiple satellite complications. The hours are shown in a series of rotating modules, while the minutes are displayed on the right side in a downward moving scale. Also visible up front is the day/night indicator and service interval display, while the dual turbine winding regulators can be seen through the rear of the titanium case. Available in three colors and with a variety of straps.
Filson and Shinola are both known for their high-quality, Made-in-the-USA goods. So when the former decided to launch a timepiece, it only makes sense they contacted the latter. The result is the Filson Journeyman Watch, one of two new watches offered by the Seattle-based company. Each one is assembled by hand in Shinola's Detroit factory, is powered by an Argonite movement, and features a screw-down crown, sapphire crystal, and 20 ATM water resistance. Available in GMT and chronograph versions in a variety of dial color and strap configurations.
Plenty of watches can help you calculate your speed using distance and time. Only the Breva Genie 03 Speedometer Watch can give you your speed at a glance. Its patented measurement mechanism actually pops out 6mm above the face of the watch, and uses 45 components to measure wind speed from 10 to 125 mph. Other features include a regular analog dial on the lower left, a power indicator, an automatic movement with a 60 hour power reserve, a natural rubber strap, and a titanium case that's water resistant down to 30 meters.