World's Most Amazing Watches You'd Love to Own

The five watches included in the list in the video below will surely keep our love of watches and timepieces alive.

The designs are not only cool but are also absolutely beautiful!

First is the Nixie Watch with its large round crystal showing off the workings of the watch - the tubes, battery, high-voltage power supply and setting controls as they are all visible.

Nixie Watch, the high-voltage watch.
Nixie Watch, the high-voltage watch.


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Second is the Christophe Claret X-TREM-1 Watch, which according to their website, has two tiny hollowed steel spheres, isolated within sapphire tubes on the left and right sides of the caseband magically move with no mechanical connection thanks to magnetic fields.

Third is the Urwerk UR-110 which "tells the time using orbiting satellite complications."

Fourth is the Harry Winston Opus 12 that was "built around 12 pairs of hands that point towards the center and rotate in place to turn blue when they're telling the time or silver when they're inactive, a retrograde hand near the center to show precise minutes (from one to five), a tiny seconds hand in the dead center, and a power-reserve indicator in between."

Last but definitely not the least is the Harry Winston Opus 11. It was built "with three overlapping cylinders on three levels that are configured to deconstruct time. The main circle is the hour’s domain, flanked by two pavilions. One shows the minutes on a jumping disk for the tens and a running disk for the units. The other, slightly lower, displays the regular beat of a big titanium balance-wheel."

Sadly, the price ranges from $500 to $258,000. But that doesn't stop us from drooling over these awesome watches!


Source: HighIQuit on YouTube
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World's Most Amazing Watches You'd Love to Own World's Most Amazing Watches You'd Love to Own Reviewed by BubbleFeed on January 12, 2016 Rating: 5