If you have a dangerous profession or work in remote places, there is nothing better than having a dual-channel emergency satellite transmitter, that activates with a twist and a pull, strapped to your wrist. The Breitling Emergency II ($17,000+) is the updated version of Breitling’s storied watch. It transmits in both 406 MHz, which works with the international Cospas-Sarsat system, and the older 121.5 Mhz, which is useful for making location changes just before visual contact. If your daily activities require frequent flights, or work on ships, mountains, deserts, or ice caps, then you might want to check out the Emergency II.
Paying homage to the Mark XI, the IWC Pilots Watch Mark XVIII Edition ($4150) takes traditional timepiece design to new heights. Limited to just 1,948 pieces in tribute to the years of the Mark 11’s release, this versatile timepiece has a reimagined green textile Nato strap and luminous quarter hour markers with matching hands. Fitted […]