The big date chronograph on this Dubois Et Fils piece is dripping with a 72-diamond bezel and features an anti-reflective sapphire crystal and a MOP guilloche dial with an astonishing 49 jewels. What’s more, the watch is powered by an automatic movement and has a 44-hour power reserve. In case you’re not familiar, DuBois is the oldest watch factory in Switzerland, dating back to 1785, and the brand is known for both precision and elegance; $17,990; DuboisFils.ch.
Perfect for the adventurous man, the Christophe Colomb from Zenith was inspired by the legendary marine chronometer instrument. Its El Primero 8804 manual movement uses a unique gyroscopic system that ensures perfect horizontal positioning of the regulating organ. The movement features 45 jewels and the dial is gold and set with diamonds and unusual blue steel hands. The case is available in 18 kt. white or rose gold. This is a limited-edition of just 25; $254,000; Kings1912.com.