Sportline’s Heart Rate Watches mesh analog design with an LED ECG display; far from being a boring medical instrument, these watches are actually pretty stylish for a heart monitor.
Sudoku fans, your time has come: Oris’ Leonhard Euler watch is dedicated to the 18th century mathematician, whose Latin Squares were a Sudoku precursor; it even comes with a game box.
Even if you don’t happen to have a racing yacht in your driveway, Corum’s Admiral’s Cup Black Flag Watch is crave worthy, with a black titanium case and 300m of water resistance.
True to Victorinox’s multi-function swiss army products, the Chrono Classic XLS MT displays both analog and digital time plus a chronograph; it looks pretty hot in PVD-treated stainless steel.
Concord’s C1 WorldTimer NightRace watch is the latest to capitalize on Singapore’s F1 race; it sports a self-winding movement, a DLC stainless steel case and dual time zones.
Citizen’s Calibre 3100 watch just oozes style, with a stainless steel case, thick roman numerals and a perpetual calendar; heck, it even runs on solar power thanks to its Eco-Drive.
For a surfer brand, Quiksilver’s MPH watch is surprisingly sophisticated; we dig the way the face blends with the strap. It’s made with a stainless steel case and is waterproof up to 10 ATM.
Although designed for divers with 100m of water resistance, Vulcain’s Cricket Diver X-TREME watch looks more suited for the road with a tire-tread wrist strap and an odometer-like face.
Made by luxury golf watchmakers Jaermann & Stubi, the Seve Ballesteros watch is made from melted-down golf clubs used by Seve to win the Chunichi Crowns Open in 1991.
Storm’s MK 2 Circuit watch barely resembles a timepiece, with a sleek, futuristic stainless steel band and case and an LED time display; available in four variants (slate is above).
Bell & Ross’ manual Minuteur watch features a horizontal design with a “minuteur” timer to the left and a flying tourbillon; it’s crafted with a titanium case and sapphire crystals.
It won’t start an Aston Martin like their AMVOX2, but Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master Compressor Diving Pro Geographic watch will take your pulse and can withstand depths of up to 300m.
Audemars’ ritzy Royal Oak Offshore line has added this limited edition Singapore Grand Prix watch; it sports a sharp red colorway, three distinct counters and luminescent numerals.
If you’re hankering for old-school surfer culture (or station wagons), Vestal’s ultra-wide Saint Watches feature a wood-grained backdrop; they’re available in light brown and dark brown.
The separate hour and minute hands on Alpina’s Avalanche Extreme watch are unusual, but we dig the stainless steel, sapphire crystal construction and slick manual styling.
We love multifunction gear, which is why we like Suunto’s Core Watch: designed for outdoorsy types, it packs an altimeter, barometer and compass. Oh, and it tells the time, too.
Any company called Welder is clearly for guys; the K24 watch is a big, burly 2.5″ watch with a thick IPB-treated stainless steel case, chunky chrono buttons and a utilitarian face.
Concord’s C1 Gravity watch is a followup to last year’s C1; available in white or rose gold, its chief feature is an externally housed tourbillon which mitigates the effects of gravity.
We admit feature a lot of expensive watches, but we dig Fossil’s relatively affordable James Automatic watch for its high quality Citizen (Miyota) movement. Note: it’s pretty big.
This limited edition Omega 007 Seamaster Diver watch is a spy’s wet dream, with 600m of water resistance, sapphire crystal cover and a dial styled after a Walther PPK pistol grip.
Ebel’s 1911 BTR Watch is a classy mechanical chronograph with a hand-sewn leather strap. We like the second, hour and day counters, which sport intricate guilloche patterns.
Need a home for your ridiculously expensive watch? Stockinger’s Continental and Arnage watch safes are the perfect place to store them, with built-in alarms and GPS trackers.
Revealed at BaselWorld 2008, Hamilton’s 44mm X-Copter is full of awesome goodies, including a Max Take-off Weight calculator, sapphire crystal cover and our fave: a mini helipad.
Tag Heuer’s Grand Carrera Calibre 36 is the world’s first automatic chronograph that can display 1/10th of a second. It uses a rotating scale; click here to watch a video of it in action.
Targeted towards extreme sports enthusiasts, Sector Sport’s 195 series watch has a slick, segmented aluminum case with a mineral crystal cover; it’s water resistant down to 100m.
Today’s dose of watch porn: Urwerk’s UR103 Hexagon gets six-sided satellites, a black alligator leather strap and a plasma vapor deposited platinum case. Only ten will be made.
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