We'll start with the bad news: Oris is only making 110 of these watches in honor of the company's 110th anniversary so you probably have a better chance of getting struck by lightning than putting one on your wrist. But it's hard to resist the allure of this timepiece featuring a house-made winding movement with a 10-day power reserve and meter. The technology is matched by a really sharp, clean look and a large 43mm stainless steel body. [$6,500; oris.ch]
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