A little less than a month ago, watchmaker Urwerk gave us a taste of sexiness with their turbine-powered 202 Hammerhead design. Urwerk continues to push the envelope with their 103.08 TiAlN, which stands for Titanium Aluminum Nitride, and is said to be the hardest watch ever made. The special TiAlN coating is only 4 microns thick, yet weighs a fraction as much as gold or silver.
The compound is 5 1/2 times harder than steel and Urwerk is the first watch maker to use the substance. And of course, the watch comes with that signature Urwerk revolving satellite design, which allows users to view the time without turning their wrists all the way. The limited edition watch is only for the biggest of spenders, fetching a price of $70,000.