Seiko Fieldmaster Lowercase Watch

Created in collaboration with the Japanese design firm, the Seiko Fieldmaster Lowercase Watch gives a rugged feel to a classic silhouette. Each of the references is based on the Prospex diver's watch, complete with a rotating bezel and solar-powered quartz movement. Depending on the variant, it's finished with either fabric or leather NATO strap and offers water resistance to 200 meters. Available exclusively at select retailers in Japan.

  • Caliper Slide Rule Watch

    Before there were calculators, slide rules were the most common tool for quickly finding the answers to simple math problems. In watches, however, this process has gone in reverse. Decades after the advent of digital calculator watches, the Caliper Slide Rule Watch brings the classic mathematical tool to your wrist. By turning the lower crown, you move the interior ring of the rule, which wraps around a semi-transparent face through which the Miyota movement is visible. The case is made from PVD-coated 316L steel, and has a list of handy conversion factors on the reverse side. Available in two styles, it's water resistant to 100 meters.

  • G-Shock GPW2000 Gravitymaster Watch

    Designed with pilots and travelers in mind, the latest G-Shock Gravitymaster in the Master of G line is the most full-featured G-Shock watch to date. The updated GPS module can determine your latitude and longitude and sets the time to your current location automatically. It also features a bright LED illumination system, Bluetooth connection functionality, and a built-in solar power supply, so it stays charged at all times. And just like previous G-Shock releases, it's one of the most durable timepieces you can buy, featuring shock resistance and 200m water resistance.

    Presented by G-Shock.

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