Built to take on challenging environments like mountains, forests, and public transportation.
Use this: to track the time, the temperature, the barometric pressure, and the movement of the tides.
Don’t use this: to fill the emotional void created when your grandmother forgot your birthday but remembered your brother’s.
Left unattended in an airport, this item would be mistaken for: something the pilot needs to fly the plane with. Don’t try to bust into the cockpit to give it back to him; pilots are notoriously touchy about their privacy.
Teddy Roosevelt said of this watch: “There are no words that can tell the hidden spirit of this outdoor watch, that can reveal its mystery, its melancholy, and its charm.”
The only way to make this better would be: If we could just get it to work indoors too. Someday, maybe.