Rado HyperChrome Touch Dual Timer Watch

No one ever said that a watch needed a screen to be touch-sensitive. The Rado HyperChrome Touch Dual Timer Watch lets you set the time for not one but two separate time zones using nothing but the touch of a finger. You can also easily swap the two times by using two fingers simultaneously. But nearly as impressive is the new grey high-tech ceramic case, a color that's incredibly difficult to produce consistently, but which Rado has mastered, giving you a new, supremely versatile color option.

  • Ralph Lauren Ceramic Automotive Watch

    The Polomeister© has a well-known love for classic automobiles, so it's no surprise he'd design a watch based on one. The Ralph Lauren Ceramic Automotive Watch was inspired by his 1938 Bugatti 57SC Atlantic Coupe, sporting an outer elm burl wood dial, a matte black ceramic case, a self-winding movement, elapsed time counters, a date display, and a printed tachymeter scale — must haves for the old-school racer. Comes complete with an alligator-embossed box; vintage ride sold separately.

  • Withings Activite Smart Watch

    While most of the world waits for Apple to announce whatever its new wrist-bound iGadget is called, there are plenty of other people looking to get into the smart watch game. The Withings Activite Smart Watch is a perfect example. Instead of slapping a screen onto a band and calling it a day, the Activite looks like a normal timepiece, with slim watch hands, a stainless steel case, and a sapphire cover. But where it differs from your average watch is in its ability to track your steps, swimming, and running, showing an analog visualization of your progress right on the face while connecting to your phone for more in-depth tracking, sleep monitoring, and automatic watch setting, no matter where you roam.

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