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Citizen 20th Anniversary Aqualand Watch

If you guessed by the name that the Citizen 20th Anniversary Aqualand Watch ($360) was made for use underwater, you'd be right. The stainless steel and rubber timepiece offers measurement of the surface interval, time, and depth of each dive, a 20-dive memory, an auto-start DiveMode, a water temperature read-out, three alarms, travel time with support for 42 cities in 29 time zones, electro-luminescence backlighting, and, of course, a glove-friendly design.

  • Ralph Lauren Automotive Watch

    When you're one of the world's most recognizable designers and you need a watch to match your car, what is there to do other than make one yourself? That seems to be the story behind the Ralph Lauren Automotive Watch ($13,400), which the purple one styled after his prized 1938 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic, which means an elm burl ring to match the dash, a galvanized matte black dial with white numbers that recall the gauges, visible screws to match the car's rivets, and a prohibitively high price to ensure you won't see one on the wrist of a Chevette connoisseur.

  • TAG Heuer Monaco Mikrograph Watch

    Only the second timepiece to use TAG's new in-house, 1/100 of a second accurate Mikrograph movement, the TAG Heuer Monaco Mikrograph Watch ($TBA) is a buyable piece of timekeeping history. It features a 43mm stainless steel case, a black "Barenia" leather strap, enough dials and sub-dials to confuse even the most gauge-friendly of souls, comes in a unique box created by South African artist Paul du Toit, and will be auctioned off later this year, with the proceeds going to help fund muscular dystrophy research. [via]