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Bell & Ross Aviation Collection Watches

Bell & Ross' watches have always resembled the guages inside a plane, but these Bell & Ross Aviation Collection Watches ($TBA) take that relationship to the next level. Inspired by the heading, airspeed, and climb speed indicators, these new watches feature three different ways of indicating the time, based on a disc system, a 60-minute dial, and a standard dial, respectively. Each one is limited to just 999 examples, and the first 99 will arrive in a collectors box with all six pieces of the collection, including the three mentioned above, as well as last year's Horizon, Altimeter, and Turn Coordinator models.

  • Girard-Perregaux 1966 Chronograph Doctor's Watch

    We've written about some hard-to-get watches before, but this is a bit ridiculous. Limited to just ten pieces in red gold and 10 in white gold, the Girard-Perregaux 1966 Chronograph Doctor's Watch (€24,700-€26,100; roughly $32,000-$33,800) isn't just limited in number — it's also limited by retailer. Available exclusively from the Dubail boutique at Place Vendome in Paris, it features a 40mm case, and automatic caliber movement, and face details like the bold orange circle, typeface, and pulsometer scale that set it apart from the company's other 1966 chronographs. [via]

  • Miansai Watches

    Like Swatches for a more mature crowd, the lineup of Miansai Watches ($355-$500) includes a wide range of designs to suit nearly any style. These handmade designs may vary in color, but all three models — Perpetual, Chronograph, and Automatic — feature Japanese movements, stainless steel hardware — some with a black PVD coating — sapphire glass, and bands made from French calf and Italian leathers with a hint of ribbon and rope materials. Available for order now from Barney's Co-op with shipping to begin on April Fool's Day. Seriously.