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Urwerk UR-1001 Zeit Device

Finally, a timepiece befitting vampires, demigods, and other immortals. The Urwerk UR-1001 Zeit Device ($TBA) goes above and beyond the average watch by offering you measurement of seconds, minutes, hours, day/night, date, month, and power on the crazily-complicated front face, and measurement of years, 100 years, and 1,000 years on the back, meaning it will last even wizards several generations before it sets itself back. Other features include a case made from Aluminum Titanium Nitride-coated steel, a pocket watch-style chain with handmade, heat-blackened steel links and a carabiner-style clasp, and a combined winder and display case made from polished walnut and buffalo leather lining. [via]

  • Porsche Design P'6520 Compass Watch

    It's about time someone did something with all that room inside the watch case. The Porsche Design P'6520 Compass Watch ($TBA) uses it to split the watch in half, with the upper portion devoted to a simple three-hand watch featuring a Swiss automatic Sellita caliber movement, titanium black PVD case, and AR-coated sapphire crystal. The bottom half holds a removable liquid compass that works in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres, and is viewable thanks to two mirrors on the compass face and bottom of the watch section that click into place when opened. Water resistant to 50 meters.

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    You could be wearing hemp shoes, pants made from recycled trash bags, held up by a belt made from old tires, and a top made of air (!) and more than likely your timepiece will still keep you from being the most green guy on the block. But not if you're wearing one of these Sprout Watches ($20-$80). Aiming to be the most eco-friendly watches available, they offer features like 99% biodegradable corn resin cases, certified conflict-free diamonds, organic cotton straps, bamboo dials, mineral crystal lenses, mercury-free batteries, and recycled/recyclable packaging. Anything greener would be a sundial.