$330,000 watch that has all the planets rotating at there exact pace

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0 1. patelshivik commented 6 years ago

Can't tell if they kept Pluto?
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0 2. Noobeater commented 6 years ago

Wheres Alvin and Dave?
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0 3. Mcknuckles commented 6 years ago

well lookie their!!!
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+4 4. Havix commented 6 years ago

Dear santa (mom)please
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+6 5. curator commented 6 years ago

#1 Why should they? Pluto is no planet.
Get over it.
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+8 6. MindTrick commented 6 years ago

Hm, I could get this watch... then again, i could also get a NEW APARTMENT!
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+3 7. LightAng3l commented 6 years ago

Galileo Galilei would be proud.
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+11 8. irishgek commented 6 years ago

Sorry but 300k ....some people are not right in the head.
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+5 9. jmbiss commented 6 years ago

...at THEIR exact pace.
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+4 10. loadrunner commented 6 years ago

Very useful for time travelers.
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+1 11. Burimi commented 6 years ago

Beautiful watch but $330,000?
With that money I can buy convertible and watch the stars (and doing other things)every night together with my girlfriend.
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+1 12. woschman commented 6 years ago

http://gizmodo.com/a-watch-that-puts-an-entire-planetarium-on-your-wrist-1509739657

it's actually only $240.000, but still it's kinda ridiculous buying one of those. It's a real cool craftsmanship tho
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0 13. ringmaster commented 6 years ago

#11, you need money to do things with your girlfriend?
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0 14. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

I mean really! How long before the reason the watch was made fades into insignificance and you just use it to tell the time ::(|)
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0 15. Dennyboy commented 6 years ago

But does it give the times of the buses to the pub from my house??
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+2 16. Xionbox (moderator) commented 6 years ago

If people have the money, there's a market.

$330.000 for a mechanical watch (read no battery and no microcontroller/computer) which is precise enough to compute the ephemeris of six planets makes sense, given the features, the precious metals and the precious rocks everywhere on it. There's more coverage here: http://www.ablogtowatch.com/van-cleef-arpels-complication-poetique-midnight-planetarium-watch-hands/ .

High-end watches start at around $20k and there really isn't any limit. A company called Graff is selling a watch and bracelet that is only made of colored diamonds for 22 million dollars. Yup.