Seiko Astron GPS Solar Watch

When you travel constantly across the world, you can't be bothered to adjust your watch every time you touch down — between currency exchanges, customs checks, trying to round up all your baggage — there's just not enough time. But with the Seiko Astron GPS Solar Watch, you don't have to worry about that, so you can focus on what really matters. Thanks to its built-in low-power GPS system, the watch automatically adjusts the time to your current location, using GPS triangulation to determine just where you are. It also uses that same GPS connectivity to keep the time accurate based on the atomic clocks in each satellite.

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    Leave it to a company known for its simple, plastic, infinitely collectible watches to crank out the world's least complex automatic timepiece. The Swatch Sistem51 Watch is the Swiss company's very first automatic watch, boasting an innovative self-winding movement that uses only 51 parts spread across five separate modules and features an impressive 90 hour power reserve. You can see the movement through the back of the hermetically sealed plastic case, which comes in blue, red, white, and black colorways.

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