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Withings Activite Smart Watch

While most of the world waits for Apple to announce whatever its new wrist-bound iGadget is called, there are plenty of other people looking to get into the smart watch game. The Withings Activite Smart Watch is a perfect example. Instead of slapping a screen onto a band and calling it a day, the Activite looks like a normal timepiece, with slim watch hands, a stainless steel case, and a sapphire cover. But where it differs from your average watch is in its ability to track your steps, swimming, and running, showing an analog visualization of your progress right on the face while connecting to your phone for more in-depth tracking, sleep monitoring, and automatic watch setting, no matter where you roam.

  • Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F100 Watch

    Anytime you hear the world "flagship" attached to a product, whether it's a car, TV, or even a watch, you know you're getting the best of what that company has to offer. The Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F100 Watch is no different. Designed with globetrotters in mind, it boasts the world's fastest satellite signal reception speed to give you the accurate time in any of 40 different time zones while measuring only 12.4mm thick thanks to a case made with proprietary titanium alloy. In other words, no matter where you go, you'll never have to manually set your watch again.

  • Calibre De Cartier Diver Watch

    Just because you need your watch to work underwater, doesn't mean you have to sacrifice good looks for a bulky, technical timepiece. With the Calibre De Cartier Diver Watch, you get the best of both worlds: functionality and style. Available with cases in stainless steel, gold, and pink gold, and straps in either rubber or metal, these watches look gorgeous no matter the combination you choose. Water resistance down to 300 meters, a unidirectional rotating bezel, and luminous time displays mean they won't let you down no matter the diving conditions.