Nixon-The-Quad-Watch

Casio. Timex. Suunto. Smith & Wesson. Invicta. Seiko. All of them make slim profile, eye catching military watches that look cool without going overboard. Nixon, the same people that brought us one of the first all rubber watches (and then rubber-ized everything else in their collection) and the gigantic 51-30, now has a slim, minimalistic, military style watch. It’s called The Quad and we love it. At 39mm, it’s one of the smallest Nixon’s we’ve ever seen, but right in line with the rest of the options in this area. Even though it’s outfitted with a nylon webbing, NATO-style strap, Nixon manages to keep theirs just a little classier than the other options you have if you’re looking for a watch of this type.

Clean-Key-IF2

Made of naturally antimicrobial copper allow, The Clean Key works like extra hand or finger to let you open doors, push buttons on ATMs and elevators, and even operate touch screens on registers–without direct contact. It can also be easily cleaned with steel wool or a disinfectant wipe without tarnishing or corroding the slick exterior.