Bentley Centenary Opus
Fancy celebrating Bentley’s 100th year with a book that’s only a little more affordable than the Magna Carta and requires two people to carry it? All three versions contain the same 800 pages and 30kg of Bentley’s history, but for the ultimate (very sturdy) coffee table sensation, go for the 100 Carat edition which is limited to seven examples worldwide – one for each continent – and costs (yes, really) $367,000.
Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph
A stand-out from this year’s Baselworld show, Hublot’s Fusion Chrono temporarily shirks the commercial partnership with Ferrari for a stunning piece in its own right. Polished 42mm gold case pairs perfectly with alligator leather.$34,300
TAG Heuer Formula 1
Not only does this fine Swiss watch celebrate the pedigree of motorsport but allows you to slap a genuine TAG on your wrist for less than $2000. Steel case and quartz movement keeps the price down, but you still get 200m of water resistance and sapphire crystal. $1700
Restrained, Bauhaus-inspired design combined with German engineering should cost more than this. Braun’s classic BN0021 is for the savvy watch enthusiast on a budget, and channels austere in favour of ostentatious. $230
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