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If you're about to attack your seven summits todo list, this is probably what you'll want to have on your list as you embark on your adventures. Called the Kailash, which is named after an unclimbed Tibetan mountain, the watch features GPS-powered worldtime indication and tracking.

The watch also keeps a logbook of all your journeys from the number of countries you've visited to the total distance you've traveled. As for the watch itself, they've packed it with a whole host of features including mobile phone notifications, titanium bezels, sapphire crystal faces, 10 days of battery life with GPS enabled, Altimeter/Barometer/Compass, and much more. 

$950, Suunto

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