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MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt Watch

From the same minds that brought you the Frog Watch — otherwise known as Horological Machine No. 3 — comes the MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt Watch ($TBA), yet another piece of wrist-worn art masquerading as a timepiece. Also known as Horological Machine No. 4, the Thunderbolt sports a jet-inspired design with turbine-like pods for the time and power reserve, connected to the power reserve via unique vertical gear trains. In fact, each of the 311 components — including the titanium case, regulator, and even the screws — were developed specifically for this watch. It's finished off with a black hand-stitched calfskin strap with a custom designed titanium and white gold buckle.

  • Richard Mille RM 027 Nadal Watch

    It would be pretty tough to own the clay like Rafael Nadal, but at least now you can tell time the same way. The Richard Mille RM 027 Nadal Watch ($525,000) is the swingin' Spaniard's new signature timepiece. It features a movement made from titanium and LITAL alloy, a high lithium content alloy containing aluminium, copper, magnesium and zirconium — which you can also find in the Airbus A380 — a free-sprung balance to stay reliable despite shocks, a carbon composite case, a hand-drawn upper face, a 48-hour power reserve, and an ultra-light polycarbonate strap. Limited to 50 pieces, perhaps it would be easier to just win a few French Opens. [Thanks, Brandon]

  • Kenneth Cole Touch Screen Watch

    We've got touch screens on all kinds of things now, so why not our watches? The Kenneth Cole Touch Screen Watch ($150) uses its touch screen to provide a clutter-free, minimalistic design, with a stainless steel round case sporting only one button at the two o'clock position, 32-city world time, a chronograph, an electro luminescent backlight, and a sleek silicon strap or optional black enamel-coated link band for $25 more. Oh, and it boasts another feature you won't find on your favorite touch screen-sporting pocket brick: water resistance.