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TSOVET Limited Edition AT76 Watch

TSOVET Limited Edition AT76 Watch

If you've been captivated by the dark, technical style of vintage aircraft gauges, then the TSOVET Limited Edition AT76 Watch ($950) will appeal to you. Inspired by the precision and style of avionic gauges, the AT76's water resistant housing is made from aerospace-grade stainless steel, has a PVD-coated dial, an anti-reflective and scratch resistant mineral crystal face, and a non-corrosive, brushed satin finish. Internals are driven by the Rhonda 515, a Swiss timepiece with accurate quartz movement, indicating the time and date with luminous hands and markers.

  • Omega 2009 Ploprof Divers Watch

    Developed with Jacques Cousteau over four years and originally arriving in 1970, the Omega 2009 Ploprof Divers Watch ($7,700) is a modern take on this professional diver's timepiece. The oversized watch, which has been described as more watertight than a submarine, features a co-axial Caliber 8500 movement, a stainless steel case that's water resistant up to 1200 meters, a bi-directional rotating bezel with security push-button lock, a screw-in protected crown at the 9 o' clock position, and a choice between Omega's new Shark-proof mesh metal bracelet or black or orange rubber strap with sliding clasp. Designed by professionals, for professionals.

  • LÜM-TEC Watches

    A handsome, hand-assembled limited edition watch for less than $400? To watch nuts, that question usually elicits slobbering laughter. Not anymore. LÜM-TEC Watches ($295-$595) meet all of the above descriptors and then some. Produced in quantities of only around 150 of each, the watches are built with 316L surgical grade stainless steel, sapphire crystals, and MDV ("Maximum Darkness Visibility") technology, a "special 6-layer application of Superluminova applied over a chemical coated white base, causing an incredibly bright luminescent light charge." We've been testing out the M5, and while the face is a little wide for our nerdy arms, it's stunning. Other favorites include the Bull45 A2 and Combat B1. Upcoming 2009 models look even better, and you can reserve them now. The individually numbered watches also come with excellent leather storage cases. All in all, you're looking at probably the best kept secret in the watch industry.