Casio G-Shock GA110 Watches

Add a blast of color to your wrist with these Casio G-Shock GA110 Watches ($120). Available in blue, green, or pink, these monotone timepieces offer a shock- and water-resistant build, an auto-calendar function, a 1/1000 second stopwatch, a daily alarm, an LED backlight, and a matching resin band. Subtle they aren't, but the Skittles-inspired colors are a nice way to kick up an otherwise conservative outfit.

  • Devon Tread 1 Watch

    We somehow suspect company founder Scott Devon was on the treadmill when he thought up the Devon Tread 1 Watch ($15,000). This innovative and slightly crazy timepiece uses a series of interwoven belts to express hours, minutes, and seconds with optical sensor-driven accuracy. The wide-open, super-tough crystal window, stainless steel case, and rechargeable lithium polymer battery round out this faux futuristic watch that's sure to garner more attention than Scott Baio ramping a Ferrari over a shark tank and into the brass section of the Stanford Marching Band.

  • Hamilton Time Player

    Apparently Hamilton isn't content to let Tokyoflash have all the bizarre time-telling fun. Inspired by a custom clock the company designed for Kubrick's classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, the Hamilton Time Player ($3,000) uses a flat design similar to the tile puzzle games you were no doubt bummed to receive in your Happy Meals as a child to offer the time in four different time zones via four movable counters, with another four labeled for New York, Tokyo, Dubai, and the Hamilton logo. As if telling time on those damn analog watches wasn't hard enough.

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