At first glance you might think Hublot The Key of Time a bit expensive for a watch - but if you look closely at the picture of its face, you can in fact see that this is not a watch at all, but just as the name suggests, some sort of time-travel device.
When you consider that once you have the power to control time on your wrist, the price tag approaching 200K becomes irrelevant when you can bend space and twist the fabric of the universe to get it.
So far, since buying the watch, I have won the lottery on a weekly basis (including the Thunder Balls), raided the burial site of Tutankhamun and made a fortune investing in a small start-up named Google.
The possibilities are endless when you own your own wrist-mounted time-machine, which is why I urge you to throw caution to the wind and part with your life savings now. You won't regret it.
I can't think why this wonderful feat of physics and engineering doesn't adorn every wrist I see? And when you consider it's only a hundred and eighty quid for postage and packaging too, it becomes even more of a bargain. Recommended.
Please note, that at the time of writing this review, this item was listed on Amazon as costing the thick end of two-hundred grand (plus the afore mentioned p&p). It is currently unavailable now, so one can only assume my review is so amazing it caused a buying frenzy, so if you're reading this, sorry - you're too late.
However, do not despair because all is not lost. If you are lucky enough to have a friend or work colleague who owns one of these, perhaps you can convince them to let you use if and travel back in time to when they were in stock. Sorted.