Omega JFK Watch

Omega JFK Watch

50 years ago today, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was wearing this watch when sworn in as the 35th President of the United States. Now you can recapture that moment in time — and the class of Kennedy's Camelot — with the Omega JFK Watch ($9,100). Featuring a clean, numberless silver dial, an anti-reflective sapphire crystal, a yellow gold case, and a stately leather strap, this commemorative timepiece will have you looking as presidential as possible, and not in a nutsack-cutting, riding a wire fence sort of way.

  • Hermes Carre H Watch

    French design meets Swiss precision in the Hermes Carre H Watch ($15,000). This high-end timepiece was designed by French architect Marc Berthier, and features a squarish face, a titanium case, an AR-coated sapphire crystal and rear window, water resistance to 30 meters, a Swiss automatic movement with a 44 hour power reserve, and a price befitting a watch that's limited to just 173 pieces.

  • Sonbol Genesis Watches

    Big, easy-to-read numbers and striking color combinations set Sonbol Genesis Watches ($600-$650) apart from the pack. These bold timepieces are available in a variety of styles, and feature 21 Jewel Miyota movements, stainless steel or black ionic plated PVD 54mm cases, leather or rubber bands, a date window at three o'clock, and water resistance down to 50 meters. Also says "dOOBIE" on the face, if you're into that sort of thing.

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