Zenith Chronomaster El Primero Range Rover Velar Watch

The new Range Rover Velar is a refined take on the legendary off-roader. The Zenith Chronomaster El Primero Range Rover Velar Watch is similarly sophisticated. Powered by the company's revered El Primero 400 B automatic movement, it has a brushed gray dial and copper details. A black rubber strap secures the 42mm ceramised aluminum case, coated in the same black perforated calfskin used on the Rover's interior. A fitting tribute to the two brands, whose shared history — the El Primero movement and the Range Rover both debuted in 1969 — continues to bear fruit.

  • LG Watch Style

    Designed in collaboration with Google and one of the first smartwatches to ship with Android Wear 2.0, the LG Watch Style is the latest attempt to make a pure smartwatch that doesn't look like a computer. Helping the cause is a round screen and a case that's just 11 mm thick and 42mm across. It's water-resistant — good for splashes, not swimming — and has a single button on the side that rotates to let you quickly scroll through the interface. In addition, that side button also brings up the newly-added Google Assistant, letting you book restaurants and get directions all while your phone stays securely in your pocket. Available in three finishes, each of which comes with matching silicone and leather bands.

  • Monsieur de Chanel Platinum Black Watch

    Like last year's models, the new Monsieur de Chanel Platinum Black Watch is powered by the Caliber 1 movement, the company's first made in-house for a men's watch. Unlike those older releases, however, this one is even more limited, with a 40mm platinum case, black dial, and sapphire caseback. Despite the differences, it still has the 240-degree retrograde minute display, seconds subdial, and jumping hour display. Limited to just 100 examples.

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