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Rolex Deepsea Challenge Watch

Planning on visiting the bottom of the sea? Keep track of the hours you spend battling the Kraken with the Rolex Deepsea Challenge Watch ($TBA). Designed for James Cameron's Deepsea Challenger expedition, this unique timepiece features a super-thick body, a black bezel to contrast with the steel case, luminous hands and hour markers, and water resistance down to 12,000 meters, or nearly 40,000 feet, or deep enough that the time should be the least of your concerns. [via]

  • Omega Spacemaster Z-33 Watch

    You don't need to be a pilot to appreciate the Omega Spacemaster Z-33 Watch ($TBA) — but it doesn't hurt. Designed with flyboys in mind, it features standard analog watch hands, as well as two transreflective LCDs with red letters set into the non-reflective matte black dial, which serve as the basis for a host of features, including date, UTC, two time zones with 12- or 24-hour display, an alarm, a perpetual calendar, a chronograph, a countdown timer, and a flight log with ten slots. Oh, and its grade 5 titanium case is water resistant to 100 feet — but if you've found yourself in water, the well being of your watch is probably the last thing on your mind.

  • TAG Heuer Jack Heuer 80th Birthday Carrera Watch

    Celebrate the 80th birthday of Tag's longtime CEO — and father of the Carrera — with the TAG Heuer Jack Heuer 80th Birthday Carrera Watch (roughly $5,000). Limited to just 3,000 pieces worldwide, this semi-throwback timepiece features a Calibre 17 movement, a metallic silver sun-burst face with applied hour markers, silver hands, twin dark gray Chronograph sub dials, a 41mm case, and either a black calf strap with soft red rubber lining or a standard Carrera bracelet with polished and brushed finishes. [via]