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Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona Platinum Watch

If watches were judged solely on the number of characters gracing the dial, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona Platinum Watch ($TBA) would surely be one of the greatest timepieces ever created. Of course, that's not how they're judged, but this new Daytona — created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original — impresses anyway. Crafted entirely from 950 platinum, it features a Cerachrom brown ceramic bezel, an ice blue dial, and a 4130 self-winding movement. Just move fast if you want to pick one up — it'll be extremely limited, and sold only at select retailers.

  • Breva Genie 01 Watch

    And here you thought your Pebble was smart. The Breva Genie 01 Watch ($150,000) may not be able to talk to your iPhone, but it can boast about being a world first. Thanks to an intricate design that packs multiple dials and instruments into a 44.7mm pink gold or white gold case, the Genie 01 can claim to be the first mechanical wristwatch to offer indicators for time, altimeter, barometer, and power reserve, all available at a single glance. Other features include an air pressure valve, a display back, and a hand-stitched alligator strap with case-matching buckle.

  • Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT Watch

    Prepare for boating season by outfitting yourself with a proper timepiece like the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT Watch ($TBA). While the name might be a mouthful, the design is classically minimalist, with a blue dial and crown with orange accents. Features include a 43.5mm stainless steel case, a helium release valve, water resistance to 600 meters, an AR-coated sapphire crystal, a sapphire see-through back, an Omega caliber 8605 automatic movement, and your choice of a steel bracelet or a fetching blue rubber strap.