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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.)

  • Bell & Ross Flight Instruments Collector's Box

    You've seen this year's crop of Flight Instruments, and now it's time to see the complete collection. The Bell & Ross Flight Instruments Collector's Box ($32,900) includes all six of the highly-limited "instruments" — the BR 01 Heading Indicator, BR 01 Airspeed, BR 01 Climb, BR01 Horizon, BR01 Altimeter, and BR01 Turn Coordinator — encase in a handsome wooden and metal presentation box, with a numbered plaque, as well as holes in the top to allow the faces of the timepieces below to show through. Only 99 boxes are available, so if you're looking to add these to your collection, you'd best get a move on.

  • Martinator Watch Cases

    You've spent a lot of coin building your collection of timepieces, so it only makes sense that it'd be worth the money to protect them when you travel. These Martinator Watch Cases ($150-$450) can do exactly that. Based on Pelican cases, these custom carriers are available in 4-, 6-, 18-, and 32-watch versions, each with separate padded inserts for each watch. Already have a Pelican case? You can order the inserts by themselves. Either way, it sure beats doing nothing more than throwing your best wristwear into a bag.