Another model released in 2016 is this take on Omega’s Seamaster Planet Ocean line with a Sedna gold case that, at the time of release, was billed as a ladies’ watch. Sized at 39.5 mm, we think this is a watch that can effortlessly bound between the barriers of gender and could be perfect for sharing between a husband and wife. While the design and layout of this watch are similar to previous Planet Ocean iterations, the movement used here was the real distinguishing factor. For the first time in the Planet Ocean lineup, Omega used a Master Chronometer designated caliber. Visible through the watch’s exhibition caseback, Caliber 8801 received the brand’s METAS certification and boasted anti-magnetic properties up to 15,000 gauss. The 39.5 mm sizing was also a new availability for Omega (who previously offered a unisex Planet Ocean option at 42 mm). The usage of the proprietary Sedna gold alloy for the case, buckle and indexes was a good choice as well, effectively complementing the attractive, mahogany-brown dial and brown leather strap with rubber lining. Did we mention it’s waterproof to 600 meters? Price: $21,000.