Many watches resort to flashy gimmickry to distinguish themselves, like diamond bezels, mother-of-pearl faces, fliptop GI Joe faces, etc. Glamming up the very information you wear your watch for: Storm, available at The Silver Room
Made in England with high-grade stainless steel, scratch-resistant mineral glass, and both Swiss and Japanese innards, Storms focus on ill ways to display Time. Among their limited-edition models, the Chrono Terrain's inset with three mini chronographs and a smaller sub-face for a 2nd time zone, and the Remi Mirror uses slots to show only the relevant numerals, saving you the nerdy shame of rocking unnecessary numbers. Standard-release highlights include the futuristic Elexo, whose LED readout ignites at the push of a button; and the quad-displayed Navigator, which even rocks temperature and a compass (so when stranded in the desert, you'll have three metrics and two technologies by which to await grisly death)
But Storm can also do old-school: the Voltan sports minute and second hands + a rotating disc for hours, and the Hydron does a classic face with two insets for analog date and military time -- which might seem gimmicky, until you accidentally stand up Lady J.