A man's watch says a lot about him, like that he's active, enjoys the finer things in life, or regularly needs to check the time while hanging out 1000M underwater. Saying "yeah, I'm the President", Jorg Gray.
Just arrived at Worthmore, Cali-based Jorg's a line of affordable yet high-end analog timepieces made with top-quality materials, precision functionality, and modern design features that also "maintain a respect for traditional principles"; one of them actually adorns one wrist of President Obama, presumably not the one handcuffed to the briefcase with the nuclear codes. New arm clocks include the stainless-steel-cased 1040, whose face features dials displaying dual time & date (in all-black, brown, or silver), and the just-released 1850 with large stencil-esque red & green numbers on a white dial that has a "hydraulic pattern" (because it's always time to bounce on 100-spoke Daytons). Sportier models include the 3500, which's got a blue face and a car-dashboard-style stopwatch display, and the black 1900, boasting a black calf leather strap and a tachymeter bezel in orange, blue, yellow, or green, and the silver & black steel-cased 4530, which has two off-color chronograph dials on a thick, round face, and is probably more practical than wearing Drew Carey on your wrist all day.
That 6500 series Obama watch has a commemorative, laser-engraved inscription on the back, and's an exact replica of the one given to the Commander in Chief by the Secret Service upon his inauguration -- an appropriate gift, as when it comes to handling stuff a mile underwater, both the watch and the POTUS are hosed.