Oct
18
2013
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for Valet.
The

No-Worry Watch

As any gentleman will tell you, pulling your phone from your pocket is no way to tell time. But the options when it comes to selecting a timepiece are practically endless. You have classic chronographs with a slew of pricey complications and then new technologies like watches that are able to track everything from the tides to your physical activity. Which is why it's nice to take a step back from the clutter and narrow it down to the basics. Good looking and rugged timepieces that you get away with wearing both at the office and on weekend adventures. From Miansai's and Tsovet's military-inspired models to Uniform Wares' slim rose gold-plated style, they're stylish, sturdily built and easy to read. Which is exactly what you want out of a watch, right?

Uniform Wares,
$400

 

Nixon, $300

 

Miansai,
$385

 

Tsovet, $395

 
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    Most watches are photographed with the time set to ten past ten. This frames the brand's logo, but also reflects a smiling face. Some subtle subliminal messaging, no?
 

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