Think you’ve got the lock on multitasking? Think again. These sleek, sophisticated tickers take you from city to city, continent to continent, without skipping a beat. But above all else, they look great — even if you’re just hopping across town.


Swiss Army SporTech 2500 Chrono with rubber strap, steel case, Swiss quartz movement, and timer. $375. (800) 442-2706, www.swissarmy.com

Tissot T-Navigator 3000 with a touch-screen crystal, two alarms, and settings for six languages and 150 time zones. $550-$575. (800) 284-7768, www.tissot.ch

Stainless Steel Reactor Alpha with double-O-ring screw-down crown and 100-meter depth rating. $150-$250. (800) 291-6600, www.reactorwatch.com

Lambretta Jet Leather with integrated digital chronograph and stitched leather strap. $195. (212) 472-8350, www.lambrettawatches.com

Lorus 3-Eye Titanium Watch with titanium-link band and three dials for day, date, and alarm. $40. www.target.com

Timex Perpetual Calendar monitors the date, day, month, and year (even leap years). $80. (800) 367-8463, www.timex.com

Solar-powered Casio G-Shock GW300A-1V pulls a signal from an atomic clock in Colorado to stay perfectly timed. $99. (800) 836-8580, www.gshock.com

DKNY World Time Watch in stainless steel with a black strap, 24 time zones, and an analog/digital matte-black face. $150. (800) 449-3056, www.dkny.com