You can buy a lot of things for $300,000.00, not the least of which are choices ranging from a decent house, a high-powered supercar, or if you’re in a real free-spending mood, a watch. Yeah, that’s right. One watch. And of the 60 pieces that will be made available, only Ferrari owners can purchase it.

The timepiece we’re talking about is the limited-edition Scuderia Ferrari One by Cabestan. No misprint or exaggeration here. This watch really does cost 300,000 Washingtons. How could one watch cost that much? Well, the designer, Cabestan, is a pretty big name within the industry and they designed the Scuderia Ferrari One by combining their new timepiece, the Nostromo, with one of their current models, the Winch Vertical Tourbillion. Add in a little of Ferrari’s high-vut technology and there you go. The Scuderia Ferrari One also comes with a carbon fiber middle bridge and straps that were made from authentic materials from a real Ferrari’s seats and steering wheel. Whether it’s justified to pay $300,000 just so you can tell time is relative to the amount of money you have in your bank account - and in this case,whether or not you own a Ferrari.


Source: Luxist

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  (428) posted on 05.12.2010

Wow! That’s a real luxury watch and obviously this is a much expensive watch but I think collector don’t really care about that price.

  (544) posted on 05.11.2010

I wonder if this one is Illuminated, the numbers are so small and dark.

  (462) posted on 05.10.2010

This is the most expensive watch I’ve ever seen. Imagine what are you going to do with this kind of watch?

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