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1974 Kojak Omega Time Computer 1 Watch

Say what you will of Telly Savalas' work on the crime drama Kojak: at least he got to wear this sweet timepiece. The 1974 Kojak Omega Time Computer 1 Watch (£1,900; roughly $3,000) isn't just important due to its prominent placement upon the wrist of a TV policeman — it was also one of the first LED watches made, sporting more transistors than the smallest TV of the time, and made even more noticeable by its gold plate body. Lollipops not included.

  • Harry Winston Opus 12 Watch

    Who said a watch needs to be digital to have an unorthodox interface? The Harry Winston Opus 12 Watch ($258,000) is an exercise in high-end watch wizardry, built around 12 pairs of hands that point towards the center and rotate in place to turn blue when they're telling the time or silver when they're inactive, a retrograde hand near the center to show precise minutes (from one to five), a tiny seconds hand in the dead center, and a power-reserve indicator in between. Other features include a polished 18K white gold case and buckle, a black alligator leather strap, and the exclusivity that comes from being limited to just 120 pieces worldwide.

  • Rolex Sky-Dweller Watch

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