Caliper Slide Rule Watch

Before there were calculators, slide rules were the most common tool for quickly finding the answers to simple math problems. In watches, however, this process has gone in reverse. Decades after the advent of digital calculator watches, the Caliper Slide Rule Watch brings the classic mathematical tool to your wrist. By turning the lower crown, you move the interior ring of the rule, which wraps around a semi-transparent face through which the Miyota movement is visible. The case is made from PVD-coated 316L steel, and has a list of handy conversion factors on the reverse side. Available in two styles, it's water resistant to 100 meters.

  • Skagen Signatur Hybrid Smartwatch

    Not everyone wants to wear a screen on their arm, yet wrist-bound notifications are handy for anyone with a smartphone. The Skagen Signatur Hybrid Smartwatch is an affordable option that gives you the latter without the former. Its sleek design mirrors the circular case in everything from the pushers to the ends of the hour and minute hands, while a Bluetooth connection lets it automatically update to the correct time and date, let you know when you get a text or call, control your music, and track your sleep and activity. Available in four different colorways.

  • Tiffany and Co. CT60 DLC Watch

    As a company synonymous with sterling silver, pale blue, and diamonds, black isn't a color often associated with Tiffany & Co. That's the defining trait of its new CT60 DLC Watch. The latest version of the CT60, itself inspired by a distinctive Movado/Tiffany's timepiece owned by FDR, has a stainless steel, black DLC coated case with a black dial, white metal appliqué Arabic numerals, and a date window at 6 o'clock. Made in Switzerland, it's available as a 42mm chronograph or 40mm time-only model.

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