Seiko Puts Star Wars Characters on a Watch, Takes The Price to The Stars

Seiko is coming up with limited edition Star Wars watches that put famous characters like Droids, Darth Vader, Darth Maul, Yoda and a Storm Trooper at the back of Seiko timepieces, with a tad of their personalities all over the watches. Now we’d expect a limited edition watch to be slightly expensive than its peers, but this one goes straight through the roof. At the time of writing, the watch is priced at $1300 for pre-orders on Amazon Japan. Of course, not all watches are priced the same, but the $1300 range is a pretty good idea of the price these timepieces demand.

Petal Concept Watch for the Ladies

Luna Concept watch appears to be quite a simple watch as compared to the traditional offerings from Tokyoflash. An entry into the design contest, the watch has been designed primarily for women. Australian designer Nigel designed the watch to be quirky, functional and something that would find appeal in young women. Time is displayed by three flowers on the band, and of course, the simplistic digital display.

Lamborghini Aventador Inspired Avengers Tourbillon Watch

Lamborghini Aventador is one hell of a beast, and the Avengers seeks to bring the same aggressiveness and finesse to the wrist. That was quite a challenge, but designer Marko Petrovic seems to have done just fine. The concept watch uses the rare vertical tourbillon that should come in handy to save some space in the design.

Mercedes Inspired 320 Concept Tourbillion Watch

Drawing inspiration from the classy and stylish 1937 Mercedes 320 Convertible, designer Marko Petrovic came up with this design study. Named 320 Concept Tourbillion watch after its inspiration, the watch goes all out on Mercedes style and appearance, with the star shining on top and a very speedometer-like face for the watch. You know, interesting stuff.

Hublot Recreates the Antikythera Mechanism For a Watch

The Antikythera mechanism is a wonder that has confounded scientists for a long time, displaying a technology so complex that was believed to be impossible for the world in 100 BC. While the original Antikythera was an ancient mechanical computer used to compute astronomical positions, Hublot’s effort is a painstakingly devised horological machine.