We know there are greater struggles in the world, but watches are can be frustrating. For years, we've found ourselves switching between the fourth and fifth holes of a watch strap. Some days the fourth is too lose, others the fifth too tight. What we need is a fourth-and-a-half hole... or a Yes Man watch.
An elegant, minimal face and casement design, on first glance the most striking element of the Yes Man watch is the Martini glass happily occupying the face's 5 o'clock slot. But the unique selling point of the Yes Man isn't it's appeal to the casual (or heavy) drinkers out there - it's all in its strap.
Rather than having a hole and buckle system or a linked clasp, the Yes Man watch strap consists of a buckle and a row of notches on its rear. Slide the leather through the buckle and pull until tight - not unlike a cable tie, making for a near-perfect fit for every owner.
Available on navy-on-white or black-on-black, you can pick up a Yes Man for about £90.