THE BEST Watches

RM 027 Tourbillon Watch

RM 027 Tourbillon Watch

Tennis star Rafael Nadal has plans to wear this new $525,000 Richard Mille watch during his matches. It’s got a lithium alloy manual wind movement, weighs a mere 20g and is limited to 50 pieces.

Tokyoflash Instant Trend Watch

Tokyoflash Instant Trend Watch

Tokyoflash continue to astound with their watch designs. If produced, the Instant Trend would have a dot-matrix display that pairs with your phone to view tweets and facebook notifications.

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Ikepod Watches

Ikepod Watches

With Ikepod watches you can pass the time just watching it go by. Designed by Ikepod co-founder Marc Newson, the latest collection includes an hourglass with gold-plated nanoballs.

Wood Shock Watches

Wood Shock Watches

Wood Shock watches are customized Casio G-Shock watches fitted with hand/laser crafted wooden bevel – giving them a unique, textured and natural look. Available in red and black.

BVLGARI Octo Watch

BVLGARI Octo Watch

Take a gander at these beautifully styled Octo watches from the house of BVLGARI. The Octo Grande even has a 4 gong alarm that can chime the tune of Big Ben.

Issey Miyake VUE Watch

Issey Miyake VUE Watch

Created by collaboration between San Francisco’s fuseproject and Japanese designer Issey Mikaye, this cool modern watch gradually reveals the time as the outer dial spins into view.

Defakto EINS Automatic Watch

Defakto EINS Automatic Watch

Minimalists – tell time with just one hand using Raphael Ickler’s bold, modern Defakto EINS stainless steel watch with a luminous dial you can see in the dark.

TAG Heuer Carrera 1887

TAG Heuer Carrera 1887

TAG Heuer evolves its Carrera line (first started in 1964) with the Carrera 1887; it features a motor racing-inspired design with 39 jewel movement and high efficiency rewinding system.

DualTow NightEagle Watch

DualTow NightEagle Watch

Christophe Claret’s DualTow NightEagle watch bares all 582 of its parts, and man are they sexy: it sports a belt-drive system and tourbillon inside a 42.75mm x 48.2mm case.

Edox Chronorally Watch

Edox Chronorally Watch

Edox celebrates the World Rally Championship with its driver-friendly Chronorally Watch; it features stage timing, recount/replay, and countdown modes, plus an engine starter button.

Jean Dunand Palace Watch

Jean Dunand Palace Watch

Jean Dunand’s Palace Watch is a gorgeous mix of industrial and racing aesthetics; it sports a flying tourbillon, Milwaukee Mile-inspired tracks, and a 49mm x 48mm titanium case.

Rebellion T-1000 Watch

Rebellion T-1000 Watch

Rebellion’s T-1000 watch isn’t the latest Terminator model, but it does blow things away with a 1,000 hour power reserve; it’s thanks to six mainspring barrels and a giant winding lever.

Breitling Superocean 2010

Breitling Superocean 2010

Breitling’s renowned Superocean line gets a revamped design for 2010; the diver’s watch features a 42mm case, 1,500 meter water resistance, and Superluminova hands and markers.

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TAG Heuer Pendulum Watch

TAG Heuer Pendulum Watch

TAG Heuer’s marks its 150th birthday with the Pendulum watch; it’s the first mechanical movement without a hairspring, opting instead for an invisible spring derived from magnetic fields.

TW Steel: 2010 Tech

TW Steel: 2010 Tech

New for 2010: TW Steel’s 45-48mm TECH line features, bold markings, triple counters, and a unique construction that connects the bezel to the case back using pillars and engine screws.

Hublot F1 King Watch

Hublot F1 King Watch

Hublot teams up with Formula One for the Hublot F1 King watch; this blacked-out timepiece sports a 48mm microblasted black ceramic case, black SuperLuminova, and a skeletonized design.

Cabestan Nostromo

Cabestan Nostromo

Cabestan’s Nostromo is a watch you won’t mind manually winding: four drums, a drive shaft , and movement bridges are all visible within its black-coated titanium glow-in-the-dark case.

Concept: ZERO Wrist Watch

Concept: ZERO Wrist Watch

If you can get over its Noby Noby Boy look, Robert Dabi’s ZERO Wrist Watch is an interesting minimalist concept with only two discs to tell time: one each for hours and minutes.

Concept: E-Clock

Concept: E-Clock

After a long hiatus, Tokyoflash is back with a slew of watch concepts; our favorite is the E-Clock, which melds flexible e-paper technology and readability with minimalist sci-fi design.

Happy Hour Watch

Happy Hour Watch

It’s always a good time to drink with the Happy Hour Watch: this combination digital and analog timepiece has a buckle on its strap that also conveniently doubles as a bottle opener. Thanks, Mike!

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Tarantula Mexican Fireleg

Tarantula Mexican Fireleg

Urwerk’s 103 Tarantula gets a fitting Mexican Fireleg edition for its 7th and final year; limited to 60 pieces, the watch features orange luminescent markers on its signature satellites.

Red Wing Woolrich Boot

Red Wing Woolrich Boot

Red Wing teams up with classic outdoor brand Woolrich for the Red Wing Woolrich Boot; it sports white-stitched suede/nubuck leather and plaid wool panels on a classic sole.

G-Shock DW6900CB

G-Shock DW6900CB

Casio’s G-Shock line gets flashy with the DW6900CB; available in four colors, each watch features a mirror face, shock resistance, 200 m water resistance, and 12/24 hour formats.

4N Wristwatch

4N Wristwatch

Time gets broken down to the bare essentials with the 4N Wristwatch, so named for displaying four digital numbers using four mechanical main discs using an MVT01 movement.

Century Elegance Watch

Century Elegance Watch

Century is known for its ladies’ timepieces, but the Elegance aims squarely at guys with a bold design and a stunning bezel: it’s sapphire crystal hand-cut and polished into 48 facets.

TSOVET TSV-NM85 Black

TSOVET TSV-NM85 Black

TSOVET’s Constructivist style looks badass in black with their SVT-NM85 NM331010-02 watch; everything from the 50mm case to the buckle sports a matte black finish.

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