The Observatory Clock Watch - Relied upon for astronomical observations and by watchmakers as a time standard, the observatory clocks’ dual dials achieved an accuracy of +/-12 seconds per year—precision unequaled by any timepiece of the same era. - Hammacher Schlemmer
The Winston Churchill Wristwatch.M - Made by the original manufacturer LIP, this is the replica of the renowned T-18 wristwatch presented to Sir Winston Churchill to honor his service to France in WWII. Continuing a tradition that began in 1807 when Napoleon was offered a LIP watch, a gold T-18 was awarded to "The British Bulldog" in 1948 by General Charles DeGaulle (who himself wore a LIP watch).
This is the watch that takes pictures and records video in the dark. Four infrared LEDs in the watch's face provide invisible illumination in total darkness for a 12 MP pinhole camera located at 6 o'clock that snaps 4,032 x 3,024 pixel resolution photos and captures high-definition 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolution video at 30 fps.