THE BEST Watches

Zenith Zero-G Tourbillon

Zenith Zero-G Tourbillon

Ultra-lux classifieds site JamesList is a boon for watch lovers; this Zenith Zero-G Watch is a relative bargain at over $100k off list price and features a tourbillon in a gyroscopic housing.

Tokyoflash Heko Watch

Tokyoflash Heko Watch

Tokyoflash continues to ply the minimalist and esoteric oceans with the Heko Watch; three rows of LEDs (one visible, two hidden) are all that mar its otherwise smooth stainless steel face.

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Diesel DZ7091 Watch

Diesel DZ7091 Watch

While roughly a year old, Diesel’s DZ7091 watch still remains as timely as ever with an electroplated mirror that hides a red LED display; it can only be viewed by pressing a button.

Space Invaders Watch

Space Invaders Watch

While it doesn’t actually let you play the game, this retro-style Taito-licensed Space Invaders watch looks cool in stainless steel and LEDs that scroll messages and alien spacecraft.

Garmin FR60 Watch

Garmin FR60 Watch

Garmin’s FR60 Fitness Watch makes the most of the company’s GPS offerings: it tracks your time, heart rate and calories and then syncs them to your PC via an ANT+ wireless receiver.

Urwerk UR103T Watch

Urwerk UR103T Watch

Urwerk’s UR103T watch is a choreographed ballet; a bronze/beryllium Geneva cross carries four aluminum satellites, each performing a four-beat 480 degree pirouette to signify minutes.

On Time Headset Concept

On Time Headset Concept

Winner of a recent designboom contest sponsored by Plantronics, Pedro Gomes’ On Time concept features a touchscreen LCD watch-bracelet with a snap-in bluetooth headset.

2009 IWC Aquatimers

2009 IWC Aquatimers

The 2009 IWC Aquatimers collection consists of five diving watches, all with a tool-less strap change system and external rotating bezels; The Auto 2000 model is rated for 2,000 meters.

Timex Expedition WS4

Timex Expedition WS4

Timex is taking respectable risks with their upcoming Expedition WS4 watch; available this May, it features a widescreen display with altimeter, barometer, thermometer and compass.

F-117 Nighthawk Watch

F-117 Nighthawk Watch

With self-powered illumination that’s 100x brighter than other watches, Luminox’s F-117 Nightwatch is a solid timepiece; it’ll stay lit for 25 years and was worn by pilots over Kosovo.

OLED Video Watch

OLED Video Watch

While we wait for LG’s Video Wristphone, this 8GB OLED Video Watch provides the next best thing: it sports a 128×128 screen for video and audio playback plus a built-in voice recorder.

Concept: eCO2 Watch

Concept: eCO2 Watch

A lot of eco-friendly ideas are just hot air, but this eCO2 watch concept actually features a kinetic-energy powered scrubber that collects carbon dioxide and expels clean air.

Omega Apollo 11 Watch

Omega Apollo 11 Watch

Neil Armstrong wore a Speedmaster watch during the first moon landing, so it’s fitting Omega will be releasing a 40th anniversary edition with Hesalite crystal and Apollo 11 patch.

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C1 QuantumGravity Watch

C1 QuantumGravity Watch

Timepiece porn jumps to a whole new level with Concord’s C1 QuantumGravity; it’s fitted with an externally mounted aerial bi-axial Tourbillon which uses cables to hold the cage vertically.

Tokyoflash Kisai Keisan

Tokyoflash Kisai Keisan

Tokyoflash’s Kisai Keisan is one their most stylish watches to date; four columns of convex-shaped tubes display a matrix-like wash of LED numbers on, but look equally hot turned off.

Vans Spicoli Shades

Vans Spicoli Shades

Recalling summer days spent at soda fountains and drive-throughs, Vans’ Spicoli Shades sport crosshatched pinstripes and horned-rim frames with a multitude of color choices.

Nike+ iPod Watch Remote

Nike+ iPod Watch Remote

In addition to controlling your iPod, the Nike+ iPod Watch Remote takes their Sport Kit one step further: it’ll give you voice feedback on your time, distance, calories burned and pace.

Favre-Leuba Bathy Watch

Favre-Leuba Bathy Watch

With anti-reflective sapphire crystal, a titanium case and galvanic black guilloche dial, Favre-Leuba’s Bathy V2 is the creme de la creme of diving watches; it’s water resistant down to 300m.

Heartbeat Watch

Heartbeat Watch

If this Heartbeat Watch’s EKG stops beating the only thing dead is your battery: it spikes according to the time, not your pulse; simply recharge via USB to get the ol’ ticker going again.

Piaget Polo 45 Watch

Piaget Polo 45 Watch

Exchanging gold for titanium, Piaget’s Polo 45 Flyback Chronograph targets the luxury sport segment with triple secondary dials, 100m water resistance and a 50 hour power reserve.

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MB&F HM No. 2 Watch

MB&F HM No. 2 Watch

With a diamond-milled ceramic case and exclusive asymmetrically toothed gears, MB&F’s Horological Machine No. 2 is more work of art than timepiece; choose from one of four flavors.

Disposable Watchphone

Disposable Watchphone

S.A. Roberts’ Disposable Watchphone concept looks pretty avante garde, but it’s designed to be a cheaply produced prepaid phone that can be easily worn on your wrist.

uemis Zurichi Watch

uemis Zurichi Watch

An upgrade of the traditional dive computer, uemis’ Zurichi watch is a scuba diving assistant with a 10,000:1 contrast OLED display, solar cell for recharging and non-slip slide controls.

Tokyoflash R75 Watch

Tokyoflash R75 Watch

Tokyoflash wasted no time ringing in the new year: their bling’d out R75 watch sports LED dots but is surprisingly straightforward: the bottom half simply shows LCD-style numerals.

Hautlence HLq Watch

Hautlence HLq Watch

One of the hottest skeleton watches ever, Hautlence’s HLq watch features avante garding styling with a stainless steel case, manually wound caliber and crocodile strap.

G-Shock 25th Anniversary

G-Shock 25th Anniversary

Specially created for the 25th anniversary of Casio’s venerable G-Shock brand, these three figures (limited to 100) aren’t for sale but are on display at various Casio stores in Japan.

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