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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Skyfall Watch

Bond's next adventure might not hit the big screen until November, but you can start gearing up now with the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Skyfall Watch ($TBA). Created to celebrate the 23rd on-screen Bond adventure, this unique timepiece features Omega's new Co-Axial calibre 8507 movement, a 42mm brushed stainless steel case with matching bracelet, water resistance down to 2,000 feet, a date window at 3 o'clock, and 007 logos on the clasp, at the 7 o'clock, and on its rotor, which is visible through the crystal in the screw-in caseback. Limited to just 5,007 pieces, it arrives in a special presentation box, but unfortunately doesn't include a license to kill, or even a license to travel the world bedding beautiful women, for that matter.

  • HYT H1 Watch

    Why use hands to tell the time when you can use some crazy glowing liquid instead? The HYT H1 Watch ($TBA) does exactly that, using its mechanical movement to operate a pair of bellows that keep the fluid moving, umm, fluidly around the capillary. Other features include a palladium grey dial, a small seconds wheel at 9:30, and small minutes dial at 12, a titanium case, a clear rear casing to allow for viewing of the movement and bellows system, and a leather strap. Oh, and — we're just guessing here — an astronomically high price tag. [Scouted by Ryan]

  • Hexa K500 Watch

    Built to withstand the demands of seafaring gentlemen, the Hexa K500 Watch ($600-$700) wears its ruggedness on its sleeve. Powered by a Sii NE15/Seiko 6R15 automatic movement, it features an oversized 44mm stainless steel case that's been pressure tested to 500 meters, luminescent hands and hour markers powered by Lüm-Tec, numerals based on interstate signage of maximum legibility, a black face, your choice of silver or black bezels, and a matching stainless steel bracelet.