The Titanic DNA watch from Romain Jerome doesn’t just get its name from the sinking ship; it also gets its steel from the vessel as well. The design also uses recovered coal to paint the face black, and salvaged platinum and other metals for pieces and parts on the inside. There are only going to be 2,012 of these beauties floating around (2012 will mark the 100 year anniversary of the wreck), so if you want one, don’t wait. Just make sure you take it off before attempting any cross-oceanic adventures.
[Via: Oh Gizmo!]