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HYT H1 Watch

Why use hands to tell the time when you can use some crazy glowing liquid instead? The HYT H1 Watch ($TBA) does exactly that, using its mechanical movement to operate a pair of bellows that keep the fluid moving, umm, fluidly around the capillary. Other features include a palladium grey dial, a small seconds wheel at 9:30, and small minutes dial at 12, a titanium case, a clear rear casing to allow for viewing of the movement and bellows system, and a leather strap. Oh, and — we're just guessing here — an astronomically high price tag. [Scouted by Ryan]

  • Louis Vuitton Tambour Regate Automatic America's Cup Watch

    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.

  • Suunto Core Alu Watch

    Just because you want an outdoor watch doesn't mean you have to wear a gaudy piece of plastic around your wrist. The Suunto Core Alu Watch ($TBA) boasts all of the Core's essential functions — including an altimeter, barometer, compass, depth meter, multiple watch, date, and alarm functions, sunrise/sunset times, a digital thermometer, and an electro-luminescent dot-matrix display — inside a sleek aluminium case with silicone rubber strap that lets you go straight from work to the trail without embarrassment.

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