With a dial that looks like it was ripped off the instrument panel of a fighter jet, this pared-down timepiece's cool, retro-industrial aesthetic is nicely offset by a leather strap and a relatively modest 40mm diameter. What's also modest is the price: At less than $400, this watch won't cost you as much as a trip around the world. [$375; tsovet.com]
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