Crafting a timepiece with wear-anywhere styling and a build that can survive its share of adventures? Difficult. Crafting one that can also save your life? Damn near impossible. That’s why the Breitling Emergency II is a feat of engineering: In addition to its standard time-telling attributes (analog and LCD display, sapphire face, water resistant to 165 feet), the titanium chronometer is the first to have a dual-frequency locator beacon. If, say, you encounter an avalanche or other disaster, trigger the onboard satellite transmitter to send your location to rescue teams. [From $14,825; breitling.com]
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