The Rotolog Men's Watch by Nixon

The Rotolog Men's Watch by Nixon

70's throwback display styling, with the class of wooden inlays in the dial give a retro modern feel to a watch that can accompany garb ranging from a suit to jeans and a band t-shirt

  • This watch has the nice, chic, simple design I am always looking for in timepieces. It is very casually with its canvas strap and simple electronic watch face. fashion

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  • This alarm clock is committed to getting you up on time. It launches a flying rotor which hovers approximately 9 feet in the air. The alarm will not stop ringing until the rotor is returned to the docking station.

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  • Besides Switzerland, Japan and Germany are watch powerhouses as well. The later makes some amazing timepieces in both the tool and dress categories. These Stowa automatic watches have bled hands, a classic no frills dial and a dat... Besides Switzerland, Japan and Germany are watch powerhouses as well. The later makes some amazing timepieces in both the tool and dress categories. These Stowa automatic watches have bled hands, a classic no frills dial and a date at the 6'oclock region rather than the classic 3. A simple silver case with sharp lines and a classic black leather band rounds out what I'd call a perfect segway piece for the newcomer.

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  • I like this look. It has a 50's, classic old-school texture, but with a bit of extra style. Efficiently elegant, I would call it. It's 38 mm in diameter and utilizes an extremely rare Unitas 6300 hand-wound movement. Sapphire c... I like this look. It has a 50's, classic old-school texture, but with a bit of extra style. Efficiently elegant, I would call it. It's 38 mm in diameter and utilizes an extremely rare Unitas 6300 hand-wound movement. Sapphire crystal and leather band. Goes for $1,870.

  • The madness. From Sinn of Germany, this watch is water-resistant to 1000 meters. That's over 3,000 feet. Where in the good lord's name do you go that you need that kind of water resistance?? Still, it's a pretty slick looking d... The madness. From Sinn of Germany, this watch is water-resistant to 1000 meters. That's over 3,000 feet. Where in the good lord's name do you go that you need that kind of water resistance?? Still, it's a pretty slick looking divers watch. It measures 44 mm in diameter. The steel used in the construction of the watch is 6 times harder than regular stainless steel. It's got a top-notch, anti-glare sapphire crystal. To maintain water-resistance, the watch contains copper sulphate capsules to absorb humidity and is filled with argon to equalize the pressure. It's anti-magnetic as well and has an operating range of -45º C to + 80º C. Best of all, you can use the chronograph underwater - the buttons won't leak. So yeah, you can take this pretty much anywhere. $4,360.

  • Just shown at the Paris Design Week fair as part of the Maison & Objet show, Ligne Roset unveiled his newest project, the Pixel clock. It's a very cool looking clock. It's illuminated with 200 white LED's. It's hand are sleek ... Just shown at the Paris Design Week fair as part of the Maison & Objet show, Ligne Roset unveiled his newest project, the Pixel clock. It's a very cool looking clock. It's illuminated with 200 white LED's. It's hand are sleek titanium. Best of all is the honeycomb plastic crystal face, which scatters the light and makes the clock and its movements appear pixelated. Expect to see it for sale on the 'Shop for it' website soon.