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Whether you love them or hate them, there's no denying that watches are making a huge comeback. Right now it's all about tech savvy wearables as well as the reemergence of classic timepieces. Time isn't slowing down anytime soon and with your life constantly speeding up you need a watch you can count on. Literally.
Inspired by the American railroad and crediting it for the development of the watch industry, Ball Watch Co is the epitome of strength, intelligence, and guts. The Engineer Magneto S is one of the most innovative models on the market right now with its antimagnetic properties, impressive shock resistance, and glow in the dark illumination technology.
Nothing is more classic than the clean yet retro look of the Jacques Lemans Nostalgia Collection. Full of traditional design and under $500, this watch screams Mad Men. It's got all the usual amenities like automatic movement and a stainless steel case, but it's so versatile that it can be worn from the boardroom to the gym to date night and more.
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Do you love adventure, a sleek look, and secretly think you're a secret agent? Well, OMEGA has released a James Bond 007 50th Anniversary Collector's Piece that's made for you. Famous from the 1995 GoldenEye movie and brought back with the release of Spectre, the Seamaster Co-Axial 300M has a stainless steel finish that's water resistant for up to 1000 feet. Available in 14 models and with a newly added bullet decoration, this watch pays the ultimate homage to the man we esteem as the master of cool.
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For the type that doesn't like to show off, the Uniform Wares M37 takes minimalism to the max. It's super easy to wear and its modern, simplistic aesthetic really places all emphasis on functionality. Also to note, its band is made of nappa leather and the face is free of any logos so you can look stylish without feeling like a brand ambassador.