9 highly unusual watches

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Ultra Thin Duoface

(Jaeger-LeCoultre)

The bizarre and beautiful timepieces uncovered by our community of contributors in the Details Style Network.

The Distinction: Reversible Faces

Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Ultra Thin Duoface
Price: Just over $10,000













The Distinction: World's Thinnest Watch

(World's Thinnest Watch)

The Distinction: World's Thinnest Watch

Central Standard Timing CST-01
Price: $170


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The Distinction: Sci-Fi Styling

(Spacecraft by Romain Jerome)

The Distinction: Sci-Fi Styling

The Spacecraft by Romain Jerome
Approximately $21,000











The Distinction: Mixed Metals

(Fossil.com)

The Distinction: Mixed Metals

Fossil Mechanical Twist Leather Watch in Black
Price: $155










Lacoste 80th Anniversary Watch

(Lacoste)

The Distinction: Shaped like a Tennis Racket Handle

Lacoste 80th Anniversary Watch

Price: $295











The Distinction: Solar Powered with GPS

(Seiko)

The Distinction: Solar Powered with GPS
Seiko Astron GPS Solar SAST009
Price: $2,300













The Distinction: See-Through Sapphire Crystal Back

(Panerai)

The Distinction: See-Through Sapphire Crystal Back

Panerai Luminor 1950 Regatta 3 Days Chrono Flyback Titanio
Price: $9,800








Limited Edition Bremont Victory

(Bremont)

The Distinction: Made from Ship Parts

Limited Edition Bremont Victory
Price: Approximately $30,000











The Distinction: Just a Bracelet

(Levi Maestro)

The Distinction: Not a Watch, Just a Bracelet

Levi Maestro's Infinity Piece in Rose Gold
Price: $150














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