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U-Boat U-51 Chimera Watch

We doubt it breathes fire like the mythological creature that bears its name, but the U-Boat U-51 Chimera Watch ($7,500) should do just fine at telling the time. Featuring a 46mm case in either silver stainless steel, bronze, or bronze with black PVD steel, it also features one main dial and three sub dials, a Swiss automatic Valjoux 7750 movement, a date window at 9 o'clock, a tongue steel buckle, and a hand made, hand finished calf leather strap. Limited to just 300 of each style.

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    Technology and design go hand in hand just like in the sleek and advanced Acura ILX. Here's a unique innovation for the modern man, brought to you by the new Acura ILX.

    Mechanical parts meet digital convenience in the Ventura Sparc MGS Watch ($5,150-$5,500). This Red Dot Award-winning timepiece relies on a MGS-11 Micro Generator
    System — contained in a sapphire crystal case so you can see it at work — for power, while a 12-digit liquid-crystal display shows the time, an LED backlight provides illumination when needed, and a single scroll controller allows for access to all of the watch's functions.

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    Most stuff from the '70s hasn't held up so well. The Omega Speedmaster 125 ($TBD) is a happy exception. This timeless timepiece features a 12-jewel automatic movement, a black dial, a date window at 3 o'clock, dual black registers, and, of course, a 43mm stainless steel case with matching band.