Founded in Berlin in 1906, Montblanc, named for Europe’s tallest peak, began diversifying into luxury goods other than writing instruments in 1977. The firm has since launched a line of watches, the latest of which are included in the 1858 Iced Sea Dive Watches. Available with a variety of dial, bezel and strap configurations, they are all water-resistant to depth of 300 meters (984 feet), equipped with a uni-directional rotating bezel to track elapsed time, luminous hour-, minute- and second-hands. A 26-jewel automatic movement is securely housed within a stainless-steel case. The varieties include stainless bracelets with blue or black dials, or blue or black dials with blue or black rubber straps. All are very handsome choices, and well-suited for those pursuing undersea adventures, or those simply looking for a sporty watch to add to their collection; Montblanc.com.