Urwerk UR-105M

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The UR-105M is the latest industrial masterpiece from the crazed engineers over at Urwerk. Four orbiting aluminum satellites operate underneath a mix of PolyEtherEthercetone, steel, and titanium which not only looks cool, but provides a protective shield to the UR-105M mechanism.

Urwerk

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Archimede Pilot Bronze

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If you're a bit tired of all the black and silver watch options, take a look at Archimede's new Pilot Bronze. Mankind's oldest alloy delivers a timeless aesthetic to the company's Pilot watch and coupled with their brand-less Flieger design you'll truly have a watch that will stand the test of time.

$960, Archimede

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Bell & Ross BR 03-97 Silver Heritage

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Bell & Ross gives their popular BR series a fresh new look with the Silver Heritage line. The dial gets an update with appliqué metal index and numerals which gives the dial a more sophisticated look. The watch will come in two models: a chronograph and a power reserve indicator version, both of which come in a satin-polished 42mm steel case.

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Tag Heuer Carrera Drive Timer

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Tag Heuer releases an interesting new variant of its racing-inspired Carrera watches with the Drive Timer. The watch features an inner-flange that you operate with the crown at 10 O'Clock. Inside the 43mm case is a Calibre 5 automatic movement that has a power reserve of 38 hours and also features a sapphire crystal on the front and caseback and a perforated leather strap completes the look.

$3,600, Tag Heuer

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic 1958

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Jaeger-LeCoultre drops what may be one of their most beautiful releases in recent memory, the Geophysic 1958. This new family of JLCs is based on an original 1958 model and receives updated styling, a 38.5mm case, JLC caliber 898/1 movement, and will come in steel, gold, and platinum.

Jaeger-LeCoultre (Via Hodinkee)

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Omega Speedmaster Skywalker X-33

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One watch that Omega oddly slid under the radar for Basel is a new version of the X-33, the Skywalker X-33. Designed with astronauts in mind, the watch has both an analog and digital display and is certified by the European Space Agency and will soon be certified by NASA.

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Casio Pro Trek PRW6000Y

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Casio's new Pro Trek PRW6000Y is as elite as it gets. The outdoor-specific watch is ready for anything with features like a fully automatic LED light with afterglow, Tough Solar Power, compass/atimeter/barometer sensors, multi-band atomic timekeeping, atmospheric trend alarm, and a carbon fiber insert band.

$600, Casio

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Hodinkee Leather Travel Tube

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Hodinkee also has a new piece for the travel set for those of you who can't decide to bring the Rollie, Patek, or IWC. You can pack them all in their Travel Tube which is made from handmade leather, each unique to their individual construction and can hold up to four watches.

$250, Hodinkee

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Hodinkee Exotic Straps

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Hodinkee, purveyor of all things special in the horological world presents its latest item: Exotic Straps. The site is releasing two styles, a dressy crocodile strap from Italian leather sourced from Tuscany and the gem of the bunch, a kangaroo leather NATO, ethically sourced from Australia.

$85-$225, Hodinkee

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Ball Watch Engineer II Magneto S

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Ball Watch's Engineer II Magneto S is the first watch from the company to utilize their "SpringLock" anti-shock system that not only provides shock protection, but also guards the hair spring effectively reducing the potential for damage and maintain watch accuracy.

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