Omega x Orbis Speedmaster Chronograph Watch

Omega and Orbis International have been partnered for years, working to bring high-level eye care to regions where it might not be available. To celebrate World Sight Day, they've teamed up to release the Omega x Orbis Speedmaster Chronograph Watch. One look at the sun-brushed blue dial makes its heritage apparent, as the second hand's counterweight is rendered as an Orbis teddy bear. It's complemented by three light blue, eye-shaped oval subdials and a vertical oval opening for the date window at 6 o'clock. Powered by an Omega Co-Axial Calibre 3330 movement, it has a 38mm stainless steel case, blue aluminum bezel with tachymeter scale, and is finished with a matching stainless link bracelet.

  • Shinola Runwell Watch

    Built to last, and named accordingly, the Shinola Runwell Watch is a classic timepiece assembled from the finest components available in the world. Features include a sapphire crystal, Super-LumiNova hands, and a sandblast PVD gunmetal case with screw down crown. From the laser-etched case back to the etched lightning bolt on the buckle, every detail of The Runwell has been engineered with an obsessive focus to ensure the highest possible quality.

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  • Doxa Sub 300 Black Lung Watch

    Inspired by a rare prototype timepiece from 1967, the Doxa Sub 300 Black Lung Watch sports a vintage design that would make longtime fan Jacques Cousteau proud. Its dial is finished in the company's signature "professional" orange, with a date window at 3 o'clock and the "aqua-lung" logo at 8. It's powered by a chronometer-grade ETA movement, which sits inside the 42.5mm case crafted from a solid block of stainless steel. Also notable are the serrated, unidirectional timing bezel with "no deco" scale and stainless rice bead bracelet. Limited to just 300 pieces.

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