For those of you whose job takes you to dangerous and remote spots across the globe (whether by sea, air, or land), there's the Breitling Emergency II Watch ($19,000). The first watch to include a dual-frequency satellite alert and distress beacon, it features innovative antennae that deploy manually and tuck away almost-unnoticeably within the watch case — so no matter where you are in the world, you can signal for a rescue for up to 24 hours. The satin-brushed bezel and titanium case conceal accurate electronic quartz movement, the dial is available in either black, yellow, or orange, and it comes fitted with a titanium bracelet or a rubber strap.
If you're really serious about telling time, you could wear four watches, or, you could just get the Diesel Grand Daddy Watch ($1,000). At 73 by 66 millimeters (or just under three by three inches) this watch is pretty huge — so you might want to start adding weight to your hammer curls. Reflecting a more-is-more approach, it comes with four chronographs, letting you keep time in your most frequently-visited cities. Each limited-edition watch is numbered out of 1,000, features a laser-cut crystal with a pyramid bevel, and water resistance to just under 100 feet.