Watchismo has two new limited edition timepieces in its collection. Tsovet watches just launched their first SVT-AT76 Swiss Automatic in aeronautic-grade black stainless steel, and only 25 will ever be produced. It's powered by the ETA 2824 caliber, one the most trusted Swiss movements ever made, which can be seen through a sapphire portal. Ingersoll watches's Dual Time Orbital Automatic has an unusual mechanism: see that mess of mechanics at the bottom of the dial? That entire component is the hour hand. The balance wheel and the rest rotates to indicate the hours, in unison with the minutes displayed just above it. Both of these watches are endangered species, and once they sell out, that's the end of the line. See them both at Watchismo.com
Thinkgeek’s $60 Tesla Steampunk Watch has it all: clock-winding key, silvery vacuum tubes (they light with an elaborate switch), brass housing, steam-pressure dial second-hand, and a sturdy leather strap.
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