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Seiko Spring Drive Spacewalk Watch

Seiko Spring Drive Spacewalk Watch

Not content to design a watch that could handle simple spaceflight, the Seiko Spring Drive Spacewalk Watch ($28,000) is built to work outside the station in the unforgiving vacuum of space. Tested on actual spacewalks, this over-engineered timepiece features standard time, date, and chronograph functions, and is driven by a Spring Drive system that works with an entirely new Tri-synchro regulator to ensure accuracy and proper function in even the most extreme conditions — 'cuz it'd be a real bitch to miss LOST because you were out on a spacewalk.

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