Mixing smartwatch functionality with time-tested G-Shock looks, the Casio G-Shock GBA-400 G-Mix Watch is ready to fend off its LCD-bearing challengers. It communicates with your phone over Bluetooth 4.0, and works in conjunction with the dedicated G'MIX App to allow for on-wrist volume control, sound equalization, and song identification. You control the action with a new rotary switch that makes scrolling through options a breeze, and it's joined by standard G-Shock features like shock and water resistance, world time functionality, five daily alarms, a stop watch, and countdown timer. Available in black and gold, blue and silver, or red and silver.
Travel the world in the push of a button with the Zurich Worldtimer Watch from Nomos. The latest ultra-sophisticated timepiece from the German watchmaker comes with a stainless steel case, galvanized blue dial, rhodium-plated hands, and their first automatic movement with the in-house NOMOS swing system. Push the home button for a smooth transition to one of 24 different time zones to stay current while traveling or just well-informed while at home.
James Bond has famously worn a Seamaster on many of his adventures, and Goldfinger happens to be among the best of them. Created to celebrate the film's 50th anniversary, the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Goldfinger Watch does so in spectacular fashion. This one-of-a-kind timepiece features a 38.5mm yellow gold case, a matching 18K yellow gold bracelet, a Co-Axial calibre 8501 movement with 18K yellow gold rotor and bridge, visible through the transparent crystal caseback, and a dial and hands made from — you guessed it — 18K yellow gold, with a 007 counterweight on the seconds hand. In other words, it's a perfect way to honor this iconic film.