Ring Clock

Whether you're averse to wearing things on your wrist, or you're just looking for an interesting way to start a conversation at parties, the Ring Clock ($185) is the timepiece for you. Made from surgical-grade, allergy-free stainless steel, this ring shows the time using either blue or orange LEDs when you spin its face. Its thin battery charges wirelessly by placing it on the included dock, and will last for up to one week of average use. Its water-resistant exterior will also shed the odd splash or water drop, so you won't have to worry the next time you venture out into the rain.

  • Casio G-Shock Twisted MT-G Watches

    If you're the kind of guy who's clumsy enough to have shattered more than a few crystals by now, but you still care what your wrist says about you, you owe it to yourself to check out Casio G-Shock Twisted MT-G Watches ($900-$1,100). They feature the same resistance to shock, vibration, and gravity you expect from the G-Shock brand, without the plastic appearance typical of their watches. They come in three variations: polished stainless steel and resin, ion-plated stainless steel and resin, and a black ion-plated version with gold highlights and a red-paneled bracelet. Available in November.

  • Breitling Emergency II Watch

    For those of you whose job takes you to dangerous and remote spots across the globe (whether by sea, air, or land), there's the Breitling Emergency II Watch ($19,000). The first watch to include a dual-frequency satellite alert and distress beacon, it features innovative antennae that deploy manually and tuck away almost-unnoticeably within the watch case — so no matter where you are in the world, you can signal for a rescue for up to 24 hours. The satin-brushed bezel and titanium case conceal accurate electronic quartz movement, the dial is available in either black, yellow, or orange, and it comes fitted with a titanium bracelet or a rubber strap.

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