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Omega Seamaster Diver ETNZ Watch

Even if you don't plan on sailing to victory at your next regatta, there's no denying the appeal of the Omega Seamaster Diver ETNZ Watch ($6,800). Made to commemorate the 34th America's Cup, and in recognition of Omega's partnership with Emirates Team New Zealand, this timepiece is the sailer's new best friend. It has a rotating bezel, a helium escape valve, and resists water down to 1,000 feet — so it should keep ticking well after you catch a boom in the face and wind up in the water (we just hope you know how to swim).

  • Romain Jerome Moon Orbiter Watch

    If you dreamed of becoming an astronaut as a kid — like so many of us — but reality set in and it never quite happened, the Romain Jerome Moon Orbiter Watch ($115,000) might make for a good consolation prize. Made with steel from the Apollo 11 Spacecraft, and containing genuine moon dust, this timepiece may be as close as you'll get to achieving your dream. And, as a limited edition of 25 pieces, owning one is almost as exclusive as actually joining the elite club of space walkers. (Though, if you can afford one, you may actually be able to pay your way into space.)

  • Kisai Breathalyzer Watch

    While we wouldn't recommend it for determining if you're good to drive, the Kisai Breathalyzer Watch ($100) could make for some pretty interesting bar games. After breathing into the side of the watch, an LED backlight responds, turning green if you're sober, yellow if you're tipsy, and red if you're drunk — as well as displaying your BAC percentage. The stainless steel watch has an adjustable band and a USB-rechargeable battery that lasts for a month on a charge. It also displays the time, of course, so last call won't sneak up on you.