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Hublot Masterpiece MP-05 LaFerrari Watch

Finding the perfect accessory to compliment your Ferrari LaFerrari was a difficult task — until now. Developed alongside the Ferrari teams and in parallel with the car, the Hublot Masterpiece MP-05 LaFerrari Watch ($TBA) is a feat of engineering worthy of the venerable race car company's flagship. It's main claim to fame is a 50-day power reserve — a world record for a hand-wound Tourbillon wristwatch, and made possible by a custom movement designed, developed, and produced in-house. It also features the most watchmaking components of any Hublot watch, including a complex shaped sapphire crystal based on the car's outline, an open case back, a black PVD titanium case, anodized black aluminum cylinders with SuperLuminova markings for the hours, minutes, seconds, and power reserve indicators, and reinforcing bars on either side of the cylinders that serve as subtle nods to Ferrari's signature red color. The watch arrives in a leather and carbon fiber presentation case, and is limited to just 50 examples, which means only 1 in 10 LaFerrari owners will get to enjoy owning both.

  • Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT Watch

    Prepare for boating season by outfitting yourself with a proper timepiece like the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT Watch ($TBA). While the name might be a mouthful, the design is classically minimalist, with a blue dial and crown with orange accents. Features include a 43.5mm stainless steel case, a helium release valve, water resistance to 600 meters, an AR-coated sapphire crystal, a sapphire see-through back, an Omega caliber 8605 automatic movement, and your choice of a steel bracelet or a fetching blue rubber strap.

  • Ressence Type 3 Watch

    For as long as we can remember, watches have been built in the same way, with crystal sitting on top of hands, sitting on top of a dial. The Ressence Type 3 Watch ($TBA) doesn't totally reinvent this paradigm, but it comes close. With no hands and no crown, it features a series of constantly rotating discs that indicate hours, minutes, seconds, and days, and the space between them and the crystal is filled with a naphtha-type liquid that makes them appear to be projected directly onto the crystal. The back serves to replicate the functions of a crown, letting you set the time, date, and wind the watch. It's not a smartwatch, just a smarter watch.