Given the current crisis, it doesn't make sense to spend too much on a watch, mostly because there are far fewer places you have to show up on time to. Get slick timepieces for less, from TOKYObay With a skinny face that clocks time via rotating discs attached to a soft, perforated-leather band, the 60s-retro "Neptune" looks like the spawn of a tie clip and a football. So you know it's sexy. Banded by a distressed, green-leather cuff, this watch's analog display is shaped like a horizontal key, and features an oversized "9" in the part of the key that you totally never use to do coke. Stainless-steel banded, "Static" comes in four face colorways (red, green, black, brown), and sports a disc/analog display shaped like a never-blinking eye. Quit staring at it. You can't win.
Just out with fresh faces, Bay says they take the "best watch designs of the classic eras and give them a modern edge" -- with results starting at $70 and topping out at $150, about the price of those dinners you'll still reflexively attempt to expense. Among the best of the new
The priciest model's the Halloweenish (black-faced, orange-numbered) "Agent", possibly priced higher due to its genuine buffalo-leather strap -- offensive to PETA, but not to anyone who only freaks out about bulls and bears.