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Harry Winston Opus Eleven

We prefer watches that look like they might hold up during an afternoon of golfing, jogging, or otherwise being non-stationary, but if you're the type who thinks exercise involves a brisk walk from your corner office to the back seat of your Rolls, you might want to check out the Harry Winston Opus Eleven ($250,000). More objet d'art than functional timepiece, it features three overlapping cylinders on three separate levels configured to "deconstruct" time, while the hour indicator "explodes into chaos" once an hour. Sounds lovely. [Thanks, Shahram]

  • Rolex Explorer II Orange Hand Watch

    If you haven't noticed, we're fans of the black/white/orange combo around these parts, which makes the Rolex Explorer II Orange Hand Watch ($TBA) the unofficial watch of Uncrate. Designed in celebration of the Explorer II's 40th anniversary, it features a 42mm stainless steel case, a new Rolex caliber 3187 movement designed and manufactured entirely by Rolex, a matching bracelet with a Oysterlock clasp and safety catch, a fixed bezel, water resistance to 100 meters, and, of course, an orange 24-hour hand.

  • Rolex Projext X Stealth Watches

    Got a thing for high-end watches, but endlessly lusting after a mil-spec style timepiece? Take a look at these Rolex Projext X Stealth Watches (£8,750-£9,950; roughly $14,000-$16,000). Influenced by the SBS, the British Royal Navy's special forces unit, these rugged yet refined watches feature reed green G10 NATO strap, "Stealth" inscriptions on the black dial, blacked-out bezels, and either a satin silver or MATT Black Carbon coated case. If you want one, you'd better hurry though — only 28 of each style are being produced.