Even if you're not an udon-slurping salaryman, this near-exact remake of the quintessential Japanese watch of the 1960s will lend sophistication to your workday attire. Diamond-cut indices and hands, and a slightly beveled steel case give the subtle style some polish. It's an expensive piece but a solid investment, since it's a limited edition and uses a house-made movement that rivals the very best Switzerland has to offer. [$6,700; grand-seiko.com]
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