We're not huge fans of overly-large watches — our childlike wrists just can't handle 'em — but if you're among those who are, you should enjoy the Rado R5.5 XXL Chronograph Watch ($TBA). Designed in collaboration with British legend Jasper Morrison, this timepiece boasts an oversized quartz chronograph movement, a killer matte finish in black or gray, and fine hands that contrast perfectly with the man-sized ceramic case.
Another day, another insanely complex concept watch to drool over. The Hublot MP-02 Key of Time Watch ($TBA) is the second in the company's Masterpiece Collection, and offers a titanium case with black DLC coating, the seconds displayed in a vertical tourbillon cage, and three time-measuring modulations: one that lets you slow down the speed of the watch hands by four, one that lets you view time at the normal rate of progression, and one that speeds up the watch hands by a multiple of four, making you sweaty, nervous, and twitchy. Just kidding — we think.
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]