While Arnold is perhaps more widely associated with Hummers, it turns out that he drove a tank during his military service in Austria in the '60s. Based on the instrument gauges found within that M47, the Schwarzenegger Military Tank Watch ($1,000) is a rugged timepiece, featuring a rounded square stainless steel case, a black or green dial, oversized hands, straightforward hour markers, and a precise Japanese movement. In addition, all the proceeds from the sale go to benefit the charity After-School All-Stars, which helps out adults who played in Kindergarten Cop during their youth, but through a series of poor life choices ended up selling their organs for crack. Just kidding! It actually provides comprehensive after-school programs for kids in need. Sale starts at noon.
Yes, they're better known for their bags than their watches, but LV still knows how to make a timepiece when they want to. See the Louis Vuitton Tambour Regate Automatic America's Cup Watch ($11,600) for example. Created to celebrate the company's role as official timer for the 34th America's Cup, the watch sports the competition's logo on the dial and waterproof rubber strap, a 44mm stainless steel black PVD case with rubber surround, a Swiss automatic caliber LV 171 movement, a 30-minute chronograph with a 5-minute countdown, water resistance down to 100 meters, and luminescent hands to help you keep track of the time on those dark nights in the middle of the ocean.