Tudor Pelagos LHD Watch

Designed to be worn on the right wrist of left-handed divers, the Tudor Pelagos LHD Watch combines an understated design with serious performance. It's powered by a self-winding movement manufactured in-house, with the titanium screw-down winding crown placed on the left side fo the 42mm titanium and steel case for easy access. It's water resistant to depths of over 1,600 feet, has an automatic helium escape valve at 3 o'clock, and its hands and markers have a beige luminescent coating that makes them readable at depths the sun doesn't reach. Comes with a matching titanium bracelet with patented auto-adjustable buckle and an additional rubber strap.

  • Jacob & Co. x Colette Watch

    Colette is well-known to both Parisians and globe-trotters alike. If you're part of the latter group, you'll appreciate this Jacob & Co. x Colette Watch. A take on Jacob's sf24 timepiece, it features two Colette blue split-flap displays at the top, inspired by vintage travel boards and able to show the local time in 24 cities, rotating through them at the press of a button. The main dial shows the local hour and minute, with seconds shown in a sub-dial, and the custom self-winding movement is visible through the crystal caseback. The 45mm case is given a black DLC finish and is paired with a matching black strap.

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    Blending classic looks with just enough features to make a screen-based timepiece unnecessary, the Timex IQ+ Move Smartwatch is a nice compromise between the two. It links to your phone to automatically set the time and date, ensuring it's got the correct time no matter how far you've traveled that day, and also does basic fitness tracking, with metrics like steps taken and calories burned. Those sync back to your phone, and the activity subdial gives you an at-a-glance look at how far you are from reaching your daily goal. Available in four colorways.

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