There are only three Audemars Piguet watches in the world. Why? One word, meteorites, an out-of-this world component that almost makes the 18-karat gold case seem common. This self-winding watch tells the time, day, date, moon phase, month and leap year. Audemars Piguet was founded in 1875 and to this day it remains a family business whose watchmaking clientele includes the world.
While listed at $1 million in 2010, retailers no longer post the price, instead asking buyers to contact them. This black ceramic watch is lighter than most metal watches, has 532 black diamonds covering its case, is scratch and rust proof and anti-allergenic. It has a 42-hour power reserve, comes with a black rubber strap, and is water resistant up to 10 meters.