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Bell & Ross Flight Instruments Collector's Box

You've seen this year's crop of Flight Instruments, and now it's time to see the complete collection. The Bell & Ross Flight Instruments Collector's Box ($32,900) includes all six of the highly-limited "instruments" — the BR 01 Heading Indicator, BR 01 Airspeed, BR 01 Climb, BR01 Horizon, BR01 Altimeter, and BR01 Turn Coordinator — encase in a handsome wooden and metal presentation box, with a numbered plaque, as well as holes in the top to allow the faces of the timepieces below to show through. Only 99 boxes are available, so if you're looking to add these to your collection, you'd best get a move on.

  • Halda Race Pilot Watch

    Most "racing" watches sport nothing more than a fancy chronograph to count lap times. But the Halda Race Pilot Watch ($TBA) isn't most watches. This unique timepiece features two interchangeable modules that allow you to switch between a traditional or digital face as you please. The mechanical module is an automatic chronograph with a Zenith movement and a 50-hour power reserve, while the digital race module packs info about 150 of the world's best-known race tracks inside, and uses that into to calculate average speed, measure lap times down to 1/100th of a second, and a stainless steel case back that's designed to work as a resonance system, letting you hear your alarms above the din of the engine.

  • Harry Winston Opus XIII Watch

    With fifty-nine pivoting minute hands, eleven rotating triangles to mark the hours, and a sliding trap door, the Harry Winston Opus XIII Watch ($250,000) isn't the craziest watch we've seen — but it's close. Developed in collaboration Ludovic Ballouard, it also features a 44.25 mm case in 18K white gold, a sapphire-crystal display back, a 35-hour power reserve, water resistance down to 30 meters, and a hand-sewn black alligator leather strap. Limited to just 130 units, or the total number of people that can actually figure out what time it is by looking at the face. [via]