Wednesdays aren't always great, but this one sure is. Dig into the latest vintage additions to the HODINKEE Shop with a grip of interesting and ready-to-wear watches and no lack of old-school flare.*
1950s IWC Steel Dress Watch

Representing 35mm of pure class, this 1950s IWC is understated, easy-wearing, and definitely an enthusiast's choice. With a unique charm aided by an interesting lug design and lovely proportions, this thin and dressy IWC is powered by the brand's lauded calibre 89 hand-wound movement. Perfect for the office or happy hour on your favorite patio, this timeless design is good to go, anytime.*
1970s Omega Seamaster Automatic Ref. 176005

Full. Metal. Funk. This tonneau-shaped Omega is a '70s time machine with a matte blue dial and an eccentric handset for a bit of OG Flightmaster charm. Powered by Omega's first automatic chronograph movement, the caliber 1040, this Seamaster is one part nautical, one part Speedmaster, and nothing but vintage 1970s fun.*
1940s Jaeger-LeCoultre 'W.W.W' Military Watch

One of the rarer entries into the legendary "Dirty Dozen," this 1940s Jaeger-LeCoultre is a no-nonsense, old-world sport watch with a 35mm steel case and a hand-wound in-house movement. The watch is simple, legible, and full of history *plus, given that these beautiful vintage JLCs were made for the M.O.D., they should keep up just fine with your day-to-day life.*
The Full Set

Not feeling one of the above for your wrist? Click through to see all of the goods, including a killer Rolex Submariner ref. 16800, a lovely Jaeger-LeCoultre Memovox, and a charmingly oddball Airain Type 20 chronograph.