Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute Blacksteel Watch

The Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute Blacksteel Watch ($10,000) — the first ever watch to accompany a man into space — has received a 1,000-piece limited edition update. The case comes in black steel with a highly-resistant carbon-based coating, with accompanying black counters and dials. An AR-coated sapphire crystal gives it water-resistance down to three atmospheres. It features a black rubber strap, Swiss hand-wind movement with a power reserve of 70 hours, red accents on its face, and a case back with the Aurora Seven mission insignia (paying homage to its original space flight).

  • Breitling Emergency II Watch

    For those of you whose job takes you to dangerous and remote spots across the globe (whether by sea, air, or land), there's the Breitling Emergency II Watch ($19,000). The first watch to include a dual-frequency satellite alert and distress beacon, it features innovative antennae that deploy manually and tuck away almost-unnoticeably within the watch case — so no matter where you are in the world, you can signal for a rescue for up to 24 hours. The satin-brushed bezel and titanium case conceal accurate electronic quartz movement, the dial is available in either black, yellow, or orange, and it comes fitted with a titanium bracelet or a rubber strap.

  • Diesel Grand Daddy Watch

    If you're really serious about telling time, you could wear four watches, or, you could just get the Diesel Grand Daddy Watch ($1,000). At 73 by 66 millimeters (or just under three by three inches) this watch is pretty huge — so you might want to start adding weight to your hammer curls. Reflecting a more-is-more approach, it comes with four chronographs, letting you keep time in your most frequently-visited cities. Each limited-edition watch is numbered out of 1,000, features a laser-cut crystal with a pyramid bevel, and water resistance to just under 100 feet.

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