Analog Watches creates a watch that's exact to 1/1000th of a second. Aptly known as the Precisionist, this bit has existed for a decade and can be a significant feather in Bulova's otherwise staid cap. Currently a new version is incorporating gold and Damascus steel into the mixture and a couple of grand to the cost.

Restricted to 100 pieces, the analog wrist watches is presented in an elegant box with numbered serial plaque and card, for $3,950. Together with the restricted model, the manufacturer also unveils two new Precisionist X Special Edition timepieces containing top ring inserts made of Damascus steel, a famed kind of steel familiar from the watertight light and dark design of this analog watches.

To be totally clear these men are mens analog watches with a high-precision system built in which allows for a remarkably specific degree of design. The Precisionist series generally clocks in at roughly $780 on the internet, a reasonable price for a good watch but these particular editions are fancier and certainly shinier.