Multi-tools are a staple of nearly every EDC kit. They also take up room in your pockets. The Leatherman Tread Wearable Multi-Tool moves the tools — and the ensuing bulge — from your pants to your wrist. Made from high-strength 17-4 stainless steel, it features multiple individual links that perform two or three jobs each, giving you a total of 25 tools including drivers, a cutting hook, box wrenches, a glass breaker, and the obligatory bottle opener. Available with a natural silver or black DLC finish.
Yeah, it probably has more functions than you'll ever use, but that shouldn't stop you from picking up the Tag Heuer Carrera Tachymeter Watch ($3,900). It features three-eye chronograph black dial, a stainless steel case and band, a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, day and date ad the three — or in this case, 15 — position, and a red-tipped second hand, just in case you need to know exactly what time it is.
We'll admit: we're not used to seeing B&R watches that don't sport the company's signature squarish body, but the Bell & Ross Vintage Officer Watch ($TBA) instead opts for a more traditional round case that adds to its vintage feel. It also features a domed crystal that recalls those of the '40s, cockpit-inspired dial graphics, and a choice of two Swiss movements: an hours, minutes and seconds version, and a chronograph version. Available in subdued black or brilliantly shiny silver, both arriving with an alligator strap that adds to the formal feel.