Limited to just 400-units worldwide, the Casio G-Shock MRG-B2000SH Shougeki-Maru watch draws inspiration from the traditional kabuto (helmet) worn by Japanese samurai. The watch was modeled after Shougeki-Maru, an original kabuto piece that was commissioned for MR-G, resembling what Japanese samurai wore when heading into battle. Each bezel is individually hand-carved by metalsmith Masao Kobayashi with an image of a dragon climbing to the heavens. Read more for a video and additional information.
Limited to 200-units worldwide, the NASA x Anicorn Mars Mission watch celebrates the historic launch. Faaturing Miyota 9015 automatic movement with 24 jewels, housed in a 316L stainless steel case, water resistance up to 50 meters and a stainless steel bracelet with butterfly clasp. An alternate fabric strap is also included embroidered with the NASA logo. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Limited to just 3-units worldwide and priced at a hefty $580K USD, the Bugatti Twin Turbo Furious 300+ watch is more expensive than many brand new supercars, including the 2020 Lamborghini Aventador S, Ferrari 488 Pista, McLaren 720S and Porsche 911 GT3 RS. What do you get? An asymmetrical tonneau-shaped frame made of forged carbon and black titanium, complete with a grand complication movement composed of 832 parts, and then another 88 parts in the case. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Casio G-SHOCK pays tribute to NASA, with a custom DW5600 timepiece, celebrating decades of space exploration and groundbreaking discoveries. It comes in all-white, complete with the NASA logo standing out in bright red on the watch face, an engraving of the Moon on the case back, an American flag printed on the band loop, as well as “National Aeronautics and Space Administration” printed in black on the lower band. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Back in the spring of 1972, the first Pulsar watch was marketed by Hamilton, complete with an 18-carat gold case. It was touted as the world’s first all-electronic digital and also the first to use a digital display – created with light-emitting diodes (LEDs). You would press a button on the side to display the time, and cost $2,100 ($13,000 in 2019 dollars) USD at the time. Read more to see the all-new Hamilton Pulsar.
H. Moser & Cie’s Endeavour Tourbillon Concept Vantablack watch is unlike any that you’ve probably seen, as its dial is covered in Vantablack, the world’s darkest material, capable of absorbing up to 99.965% of visible light. More specifically, this coating is Vantablack S-VIS, the same one used by NASA on its instruments for space missions to protect them from sunlight. Read more for additional pictures and a video of its previous Vantablack watch.
There have been numerous Tesla Cybertruck-inspired creations since Elon Musk announced it, but Anicorn wanted something that not only looked cool, but actually served a purpose. Introducing CyberTime. This timepiece features a stainless steel case, complete with the same geometric shape and metal-finished look of its truck counterpart, and the display is activated by a simple the tap of a finger. Read more for additional pictures and information.
This follow up to the 2018 release of the Transformers Optimus Prime G-Shock Collection for their 35th anniversary, G-Shock and Transformers have teamed up again for this holiday season. It’s based on Master Nemesis Prime, a Decepticon created by Unicron, and comes complete with a matching figure capable of transforming from bot into a watch pedestal. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Sony’s Wena straps transforms just about any watch into a smartwatch that can be used for notifications, fitness tracking, and even contactless payments. They come in Active ($450) and Pro ($510) styles with the former consisting of silicone material, while the latter, a metal strap, which can be attached to luxury watches, Rolex included. The Pro features a 20mm band in silver or black, but can be used with watches that have 18mm, 20mm or 22mm lugs. Read more for another video and additional information.
Before smartwatches, there was the gesture-controlled, touchscreen Casio AT-552 Janus. That’s right, the AT Janus models (AT-551 and AT-552) included an eight-digit touchscreen calculator where the entire display could be used to ‘write’ the number or calculator function. The watch would recognize what had been written by the user’s fingertip and perform the calculation. Read more for the full demo video.