Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue Dial Watch

We've seen waterproof watches before, but this is ridiculous. Built to commemorate James Cameron's solo dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue Dial Watch sports a Ringlock case that enables it to stay waterproof down to a staggering 12,800 feet. Other features include a two-color gradient dial that goes from blue to black — signifying the change in water color during the historic dive — as well as a helium escape valve for decompression and a blue Chromalight display that ensures readability in even the darkest of environments.

  • Void V03D Watch

    It's great to have a watch with a bunch of features — but it's also nice to have a timepiece with a clean, easily-readable face. You'll have a hard time finding one cleaner than the Void V03D Watch. The thin metal ring around the dial gives the watch a sleek appearance, one that's only enhanced by the hour and second markers, which are laid out in Futura. A Quartz movement keeps things accurate, a date window adds some extra functionality, and your choice of five colorways ensures you can find one to match your style.

  • Braun Prestige Chronograph Watch

    Every designer on the planet owes a debt to Dieter Rams, the man behind some of Braun's most enduring designs. Now you can take a piece of that legacy with you every time you step outside. Winner of an IF award in 2013, the Braun Prestige Chronograph Watch is as sleek as the rest of their portfolio, featuring a 43mm black-plated case carved from a single piece of stainless steel, a black polyurethane band, a precision Swiss movement, highly-readable numbers, and all the reliability you'd expect from the company that brought you this.

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