View Slideshow Style Big Man. Huge Watch. (6 Massive Luxury Timepieces) By: Sharp Staff|September 30, 2015 Tagged With: Watches These watches are unapologetic. Don’t shrink. Instead, respect their over-the-top style and functionality. Photography: Kourosh Keshiri Share Share This Post Larger View Collapse (1/X) Hublot Big Bang Unico Bi-Retrograde Chrono The soccer fan will note that the space between 10 and 2 has been given over to counting down each hour, highlighting 45 minutes: the traditional length of play for each half of a footie match. $26,300 Seiko Prospex Kinetic GMT Landmaster Designed for explorers, Seiko’s latest in the Prosper line has a rotating bezel that doubles as a compass, while its Kinetic movement has a power reserve of six months. $675 Oris Aquis Depth Gauge Chronograph A follow up to the surprise hit that was Oris’s Aquis Depth Gauge, their new chronograph adds three dials to track second, 30 minute and 12 hour intervals. $5,600 at Bandiera Jewellers Ulysse Nardin Power Reserve Marine Diver Oversized hands and a separate seconds dial, as well as impressive water resistance, make it easy to track time, whether you’re n land or under water. $12,840 at Bandiera Jewellers Zenith Stratos Chronograph Striking 10th It doesn’t get much bigger than Felix Baumgartner’s free fall from space. This is the watch he wore. Incorporating Zenith’s El Primero movement, the first automatic chronograph ever invented, is a big deal, too. $10,400 at Bandiera Jewellers Citizen Proximity A secret smart watch. Thanks to Bluetooth capabilities you can connect it with your iPhone so that it changes time zones along with your device. $550 Share This Post You May Also Like Master Perfurmer Serge Lutens: "It's Emptiness That I Am in Debt To!" The Best Spring Colognes for the Traveling Man Graphic Content: 9 Designer Looks Every Man Should Consider This Fall Trending Today 1. Forget It, Jake. It's Chinatown — for Toronto's Uncle Otis 2. The End of the DeMar DeRozan Era Taught Me About the Importance of Never Getting Too Comfortable 3. How Do I Look Like I Know What I’m Doing in an Art Gallery?