5 of the Best Limited Edition Watches

If, like us at The Coolector, you love your timepieces to have an air of exclusivity about them, you’ll love limited edition watches as much as we do and there are plenty of awesome offerings out there that don’t have to break the bank. If you’re looking for a new watch in 2019 that will turn heads and not be seen on many other wrists, take a look at our pick of 5 of the best limited edition watches below:

Codek Spiral Watch – $600 (Get $100 off with code “coolector”)

Available with either a midnight blue or opaline white dial, the Codek Spiral Watch ($600 – $500 with code “coolector”) represents great value for money and add an air of understated elegance to your wrist. Limited to just 100 pieces in each colour way, this super stylish timepiece from Codek has definitely caught our eye at Coolector HQ and it’s effortlessly sophistication is impossible to ignore.

This top class timepiece has a 316L stainless steel, tripartite casing, a Swiss ETA 2824-2 automatic movement with 40 hour power reserve, a 3ATM water resistance and a choice of Shell Cordovan or top grain vegetable tanned leather straps made in the USA by Hadley Roma. A highly striking and stylish watch and one we’ve got a lot of time for here at The Coolector. Get $100 of this watch with the code “coolector” so it comes down to the even more astounding price of $500. ($600)

Laco RAD-AUX Limited Edition Watch – $2950

Fans of the Fallout franchise are definitely going to fall mighty hard for the Laco RAD-AUX Limited Edition Watch ($2950) with its weathered aesthetic that immediately catches the eye. The Laco Auxiliary Observer, or “RAD-AUX”, was created especially for the U.S. market and, as you can plainly see, takes its design inspiration from the Fallout gaming series.

The RAD-AUX is a partial redundancy for the ‘Pip-Boy’ wrist computer and the main purpose of this watch, is so you can time your radiation exposure when exploring the wastelands beyond your vault. It has a Swiss caliber ETA 2824.2 with 25 jewels, 38 hour power reserve, sapphire crystal with A/R coating and it is limited to just 143 pieces. ($2950)

ANICORN x NASA – Ver. ACES Limited Edition Watch – $765

As you might expect from a watch that is limited in nature, the ANICORN x NASA – Ver. ACES Limited Edition Watch ($765) is already sold out but we’ve got our fingers crossed for another re-release of this space inspired timepiece here at Coolector HQ. This glorious collaboration that was released to celebrate NASA’s 60th anniversary is one of our favourite limited edition timepieces and it’s quality is plain to see. It has a Miyota 9015 automatic movement, a vibration frequency: 28800 per hour, 24 Jewels automatic movement, 50m water resistance and a black textile strap with embroidery NASA worm logo + GPS coordinates of the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. ($765)

TAG Heuer x Hodinkee Limited Edition Skipper Watch – $5900

As with all the limited edition watch collaborations that Hodinkee engage in, the TAG Heuer x Hodinkee Limited Edition Skipper Watch ($5900) certainly didn’t hang around on the shelves for long and sold out in a matter of days. This majestic looking timepiece is based upon one of the Swiss watchmaker’s rarest models – namely, the original “Skipperera” reference 7754 – of which, less than 20 models have been found in existence today.

This reimagining of the timepiece alongside Hodinkee really bring a forgotten classic back to life and we love its bold visual impact here at Coolector HQ. The original version of the watch was commissioned by Heuer in 1967 to commemorate Emil Mosbacher’s victory on the yacht Intrepid at the America’s Cup, and is now deemed to be one of the most collectible vintage Heuers in the world. ($5900)

Filson x USFS Limited Edition Watch – $750

The great looking Filson x USFS Limited Edition Watch ($750) is a celebration of the work done by the United States Forest Service and is a highly accomplished timepiece in its own right. This superb looking collaborative watch has luminous Super-Luminova hands so it can be clearly read both day and night and boasts a reliable quartz movement alongside a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and a stainless steel case. Outfitted with a comfortable, waterproof rubber strap. A limited-edition watch to honor the U.S. Forest Service. ($750)

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