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You don’t have to be an off-road junkie or com­mando to wear a Lu­mi­nox Navy SEAL 3500. De­signed with in­put from the renowned Amer­i­can spe­cial forces group, this time­piece has a stain­less steel case back, while its body, bezel and bracelet are made from a car­bon com­pound for light weight and dura­bil­ity.

Apart from its rugged con­struc­tion, the Navy SEAL 3500 is wa­ter-re­sis­tant to 200m. But at these depths, con­di­tions can be murky and telling the time might be next to im­pos­si­ble. For­tu­nately, this watch has tri­tium gas tubes on its hands and hour mark­ings. Tri­tium, a self-pow­ered gas, glows in the dark and can last up to 25 years. $695

If traf­fic jams and reck­less driv­ers are driv­ing you to hit some­body, you should pause, take a deep breath and con­sider head­ing to Homerun Base­ball in Pan­dan Gar­dens in­stead. There, you can swing a bat and whack base­balls be­ing pitched to you at speeds of up to 110km/h. Do­ing this is go­ing to be more sat­is­fy­ing, since you can hit as hard as you like with­out get­ting into trou­ble. From $20 per ses­sion

If you’re look­ing to get “high” this Hal­loween, the best place to do it might just be at the BOUNCE Af­ter Dark Hal­loween Party, which takes place on Oct 28 at BOUNCE Sin­ga­pore, an in­door tram­po­line park lo­cated at Cineleisure Or­chard. With daz­zling neon lights and thump­ing mu­sic, this is one event that will make you jump for joy. $35 per per­son

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