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…The Concord C1 Quantum Gravity is crazy?

Concord C1 Quantum Gravity

The Concord C1 Quantum Gravity watch is purely and simply a display of excess that you can wear on your wrist.

The mechanically wound movement fuels a three-day power reserve, and the energy that’s left in that reserve is displayed using a liquid filled glass column that rises and falls as the watch winds down. Yes, that’s right, I said liquid filled.

They’re only making 10 of these extremely exclusive watches, and if you have to ask, then I can guarantee you can’t afford one, but for the well heeled watch aficionado, this will more than likely be a must have.


[Via: Acquire]

…Harry Winston’s Opus 8 is amazing?

Harry Winston Opus 8

As if mechanical-digital watches weren’t already cool enough, Harry Winston has created a watch that uses mechanical pixels to display the time at the push of a button, and called it the Opus 8.

Even the back features a second time display, with a power reserve indicator to tell you when your awesome is running low.

Only 50 were made, and apparently they all sold before the watch was even unveiled, so if you want one, then get the house on the market and start checking eBay, because these aren’t exactly going to be cheap.

[Harry Winston]

[Via: The Watchismo Times]