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]
Built to withstand the demands of seafaring gentlemen, the Hexa K500 Watch ($600-$700) wears its ruggedness on its sleeve. Powered by a Sii NE15/Seiko 6R15 automatic movement, it features an oversized 44mm stainless steel case that's been pressure tested to 500 meters, luminescent hands and hour markers powered by Lüm-Tec, numerals based on interstate signage of maximum legibility, a black face, your choice of silver or black bezels, and a matching stainless steel bracelet.