Now we know what you’re thinking: why do I even need a bomb proof watch, if all it’s going to do is survive the explosion better than me? Why create something that is, ultimately, bound to survive its owner and therefore bring no overall satisfaction to him/her post-mortem? Well, it can also survive pressures up to 300 bar. That’s if you ever need to know exactly what time it is while roaming the ocean at a depth 3000 m. Not to worry though – this piece of explosion-proof machinery is virtually impossible to obtain. Only 30 Triggerfish Bronze A2 watches were made, and they have already been reserved. For thirty lucky people who will have something to leave behind, lest they die horribly in a C4 accident. Then again, it might slow down a bullet, so it’s got that going for it.