Classic yet industrial, we like the gear-shaped face of Bulgari’s Professional Aria GMT watch. Nice attention to detail: the world map in the background is centered on Greenwich, England.
We like the brute metallic simplicity of O.D.M.’s bronzed Zen Watch; most striking is its decagon-shaped, ion-plated stainless steel case that give it a clean and angular lines.
Part of the Air Jordan Flight Club, these ultra-slick Jordan XX3 Alarm Chrono watches feature a stopwatch; they’re wrapped in a stainless steel case with K1 mineral glass.
The De Witt WX-1 concept is watch pr0n at its finest: sheathed in titanium and rose gold, the tourbillon timepiece has a pop-out mechanism that lets you observe its inner … workings.
Despite its name, the Defy Xtreme Stealth watch is meant to be seen, with a titanium case, carbon fiber guilloche patterns and matte red accents. Available in black or white (250 of each color).
Montres De Luxe’s Black Avio Nato watch has a bit of a retro/rugged flair but remains stylish. We dig the contrast between the military green strap and the densely packed black face.
Bremont’s Pilot’s Watch isn’t just another aviator-themed timepiece; the dial and movement are made with parts of a WWII Spitfire fighter that downed six aircraft in one day.
The blogosphere is abuzz about Tokyoflash’s Rogue watch, which features a green Matrix meets Mass Effect LED display and a sleek silver or black stainless steel strap.
The HD3 Vulcania is a maritime themed watch with multiple “portholes” for hours and minutes; it even has a unique gyrotourbillon and a power indicator that resembles a sextant.
Nixon’s Magnacon Watch isn’t as stylish as their other timepieces, but as a sports watch it doesn’t have to be: the 200 meter case is titanium carbide coated, while the strap is ballistic nylon.
Despite costing over a quarter million bucks, Romain Jerome’s Day&Night watch is already sold out. It consists of two tourbillons, one that runs during the day and another during the night.
Quiksilver’s Ray Watch is a nod to eco-friendly consumers; the watches materials are low-impact and/or renewable whenever possible. It even uses a no-battery automatic movement.
Jaeger LeCoultre’s AMVOX2 watch is no ordinary timepiece: it acts as a key for the Aston Martin DBS. Encoded by the dealer, pressing the side of the watch’s case starts the DBS’ engine.
The Vestal Plexi: Acetate watch is so named for its unusual acetate band, formed from the same material used in Italian designer sunglasses. We also dig the simple, retro style face.
Much like Johnnie Walker’s F1 whisky, the super-lux RM 011 Felipe Massa Special Edition by Richard Mille celebrates the world’s first F1 night race in Singapore; only 50 will be made.
Just one look at the maniacally ornate innards of Chronoswiss’ Edition Zeitzeichen watch and we know it’s way out of our league. Features skeletonizing, engraving and guilloche details.
From one highly-tuned precision instrument to the next, Dutch car maker Spyker has teamed up with watchmaker Chronoswiss to make the stylish, but insanely priced Pilot Watch.
Long live the queen: Monarchy’s Union Jack watches look swank in silver and black with digital+analog movements. Also includes thirty timezones by city, chronograph and timer.
The Urwerk UR-202 has telescopic minute hands, hours satellites and twin turbines. The swanky video (above) shows this in detail, and yet we still feel clueless… all we know is, we want one. Bad.
Ross McBride’s Normal watches are anything but normal, with an inverted hour hand; the laser-cut opening rotates as time goes by. Available in different combos of black, white and silver.
Porsche Design’s race-inspired P6910 watch has been reworked with a rose gold and titanium case. Its coolest feature is a mechanical stopwatch which uses a three-disc system.
The Nixon Rotolog mixes our two favorite elements with bamboo inlays and a stainless steel frame. Named for its unique right-read movement, an LED allows for nighttime use.
Although only a concept, Franc Vila’s SuperLigero Skeleton Tourbillon looks downright dangerous. The watch is made with Lightnium, a highly rigid alloy of aluminum and lithium.
We’ll never own Hysek’s Abyss Tourbillon. Only thirty will ever be made, and chances are it’d cost a kidney or two. Unabashedly modern, this watch’s exposed moment shows it has nothing to hide.
Maximize your nerd appeal with the Tibida LED watch: the first two modes are fairly simple, while the final binary mode which gets geek-ah-rific. Available in red, blue, black, or orange.
Nixon’s new watch is crafted from steel, steel and more steel. The raw, brushed finish stands out among ordinary stainless watches. Offers a 6-hand chronograph analog display and 300-meter water resistance.
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