The Christophe Claret Poker timepiece took a pair of watchmakers working full-time for over 2 years to create. In addition to functioning as a watch, the timepiece allows up to 3 people to play Texas Hold’Em. The watch packs in 32,768 different combinations, i.e. 98,304 combinations for 3 players. The probabilities were calculated so that each player has approximately the same chances of winning. The dial has over 77 components, including ruby and titanium hands…and if you breathe on the sapphire crystal, a pin-up girl is revealed. Vegas, baby!; $195,000; ChristopheClaret.com.
The Claret 21 Blackjack is the watch that ushered in the element of playful interaction into fine watches. 21 Blackjack turns your wrist into a casino offering dice, roulette and cards in one watch. The timepiece features a Manufacture Calibre BLJ08, a self-winding COSC chronometer-certified movement comprising 501 parts and dual barrels that ensure a power reserve of about 72 hours. In addition to the casino games and chime, it displays hours and minutes. The dial comes in black onyx or titanium and grey sapphire, depending on the version, with a plaque decorated in casino motifs; $228,000; ChristopheClaret.com.