Gift Guide – watches

Whether you're a fitness fanatic or looking for some finery to adorn your wrist, there's a watch here for you

Oakley Hollow Point


Oakley's precision-crafted titanium Hollowpoint watch artfully blends rugged manliness with classy styling. Featuring a scratch-proof sapphire crystal display, a 30 minute timer, 100m water resistance and an impressive 48 month battery, the Hollow Point is sure to outlast the owner of any wrist that it adorns.

Tokyo Flash Kisai 3D Unlimited


A glance at the unusually shaped Kisai 3D would suggest that it's as impossible to decipher as the rest of Tokyo Flash's zany collection. Look closer however and it's actually a doddle, with hours and minutes displayed as actual numbers in a 3D cube-like arrangement. The time above is 6:29 – easy right?

Nite MX10-201


Nite watches are known for their self-illuminating faces and hands which let you see the time in any situation, from a covert midnight sting operation to cave exploring. The MX10-201 is built to shrug off the knocks and bumps of such tough environments with a 316 grade stainless steel case, crystal sapphire face and a double locking strap.

Nixon Mellor Automatic


From its minimalistic sapphire crystal-covered face to its custom stainless steel case and simple leather strap, Nixon's Mellor Automatic oozes class. A Japanese automatic movement and date function should keep things ticking along without a hitch, and a selection of colours is also available – to match your collection of custom-made Italian suits, no doubt.

Garmin Forerunner 910XT


If you're a seasoned triathlete looking to up your game then the Forerunner 910XT is the ultimate tool. Able to measure detailed running, swimming and cycling metrics, the 910XT will also play nice with heart rate monitors so you can see how your ticker is holding up against the gruelling punishment. Showing off your endurance with built in GPS and wireless PC uploading is an added bonus.

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