Looks like Frank Ocean bought this one-of-a-kind watch from Pharell

Welcome to Clock of the weekwhere we’ll track the rarest, wildest and most coveted watches spotted on celebrities.

Back in October, Pharrell launched the online auction service Joopiter to sell off items from him ELEVEN Storage units pile up the clothes and luxury goods he has amassed over his very stylish life. He developed Joopiter because he knew his product was too good to sell on any other platform. “I will not sell furniture on StockX,” he told Financial Times. “I will not sell, you know, diamond rings over 20 carats above [The] Truly True.”

One of many items for sale is a very important idea of ​​Audemars Piguet Royal Oak clock. In 2002, on the 30th anniversary of the original Royal Oak, Audemars launched the model into space with its first Royal Oak Concept, the “CW 1”. You can see why Pharrell—a man who cares so much about space— When given the opportunity to make his own watch, he designed it to look like an astronaut on the surface of Mars.—will be interested in this watch, which looks like it can command a fleet of X-wings with the push of a button. Enjoy our nerd side here. The vertical bar on the left serves to absorb shock and protect the tourbillon, while the right bar indicates the power reserve (how long the watch will tick without being wound). The dynamometer at the top shows how much torque is being transferred to the mainspring (the watch’s motor)—if it leaves the desired zone, the wearer will know how to wind it again.

An image of CW 1 from Joopiter’s listing.

Upon release, the CW 1 was extremely limited: only 150 were produced in two years of production. But the base number is never real numbers when it comes to watches. As the listing for this section on Joopiter explains, 14 one-of-a-kind CW 1s were built specifically for AP’s most important customers. One of those VIPs? None other than Pharrell Williams. But like many auctioned goods, it would be reasonable to expect Pharrell’s miracles to dissolve into 1% copper. However, the watch appeared on Frank Ocean’s Instagram this week. You can tell by the watch’s unique identity: the tourbillon’s teal blue components at 9 o’clock. (Joopiter declined to comment, and a representative for Ocean did not immediately respond to a request.) Ocean and Pharrell have collaborated in the past, the latter producing some of the former’s songs. Ocean, like the rest of us, also wants to know how Skateboard P keeps itself looking so young. “It’s been all these years,” he said GQ,” and Pharrell still hasn’t given us the keys. He just said ‘exfoliate’, but it’s not just ‘exfoliation’: We need more keys. Perhaps this watch can help Ocean access Pharrell’s fountain of youth.

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Chopard Mille Miglia GTS by Pete Davidson

Davidson is sure to be around when it comes to… watches. Watch $35 and a bag Rolexes encrusted with gems gave way to his latest wearable, a racing-inspired Chopard. The brand’s Mille Miglia (thousand miles in Italian) is inspired by the cars used in legendary Italian racing. The strap even looks like a tire and the date is placed on the race’s animated arrow logo.

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James Cameron’s Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller Watch

Paul Newman, James Bond, Clint Eastwood, and…James Cameron. Turns out you don’t have to be a Hollywood action star to get a watch that bears your name if you’re playing stunt-worthy roles in real life. When Cameron dived into the deepest part of the ocean, the Mariana Trench, in 2012, he did it with a Rolex specially designed for the journey. To celebrate his journey, Rolex has released this special Deepsea version with a dial that fades from dark blue to black and the word Deepsea written in lime green. This version of Deepsea is called “James Cameron”.

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Donovan Mitchell’s Patek Philippe Nautilus

This rose gold version of the Nautilus goes against most of it made the now-discontinued 5711 a favorite. Instead of sturdy stainless steel, Mitchell’s is made from precious rose gold. The integrated metal bracelet is swapped out for a brown alligator leather strap. The simple dial is packed with features such as a seconds sub-dial, power reserve, and moon phase indicator. Just to show that Nautilus looks great no matter how simple or innovative it is.

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Rolex Day-Date by Tyrese Haliburton

Former Indiana Pacer racer Malcolm Brogdon is known as “The President”; The current Pacer exchange is Haliburton wear President. The Haliburton, in keeping with its no-nonsense game, is rocking one of Rolex’s most traditional and elegant models. His Date-Date is simple: in gold, Roman numerals, not a pinch of gems or flash — it’s the watch’s equivalent of a 40 times support no revenue.

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