MB&F celebrates its 20th caliber in 17 years by introducing the watchmaker’s first-ever chronograph. Conceived by Stephen McDonnell, the Legacy Machine Sequential EVO doesn’t just deliver a standard version of the complication but a complete reimagining. The watch practically reinvents it by merging two column-wheel chronographs and a “Twinverter” binary switch at 9 o’clock, resulting in multiple timing modes, including split-second and lap timer modes. Its housed in an ergonomic EVO case made with zirconium and finished with an integrated rubber strap and FlexRing shock-absorbing system. Available in atomic orange and coal black. Also be sure to check 10 most expensive watches in the world.