Dear Father Christmas,
So I know you don't really exist and IF you did there'd be no way you could do what you're supposed to be able to do in one single night without the help of all the shipping and logistics companies in the world, in which case your talents are probably wasted in your current job.
But let's say for the purposes of ensuring me a very, merry Christmas that you do exist. Well, I want to give you a little style advice and show you which watches are really floating my boat at the moment.
The Celeste watch by Ziiiro is a hint at what the future of watch design looks like, hands free! Using colour to tell the time, this watch is as functional as it is funky. I wouldn't be at all disappointed with this watch and let's just say it would go straight from being unwrapped to my wrist.
Other quirkily cool designs that people are talking about at the moment include the Alessi Grow watch and the super slick silver BN10 Prestige beauty from Braun.
However, if that was a little too out there for you there are some seriously cool classic style watches knocking around like this Under Pressure II by 666 Barcelona which makes me think of the speedometer in my car or there's super hip designer Issey Miyake keeping it real with this Twelve 365 watch so you always know what day of the week it is.
If that's not classic enough for you well of course there's the Daniel Wellington full range of watches to perfect your best English Gentleman look, which you could probably pull off with those rosy cheeks, just maybe lose the beard?
And you know what Santa, times are tough at the moment so if it's a case of keeping it cheap and cheerful then I'd be more than happy with one of these Take Time watches by Lexon for the belt hooks of my jeans or looped around the handlebar of my bike to let me know that I'm running late for work.
You know that watch could fit rather nicely around the steering wheel of your sledge AND it comes in red! Not that you exist or anything...But I hope we've helped each other out and this was time well spent - geddit? That was a watch joke...