What Could Be Cooler Than a Sleek Watch Made From Dead AK-47s?

Smart watches fart watches. Why would you want to have your email on your wrist when you could have an impossibly badass—and doubtless expensive—analogue sucker made of reclaimed AK-47 steel wrapped around your arm.

Though it's certainly a kickass watch, with a gold rifle-sight inspired frame set inside sapphire crystal, the Inversion Principle Tourbillon is so much more than a timepiece. Like its cousin AK-47 cufflinks, the watch raises money for the righteous destruction of errant rifles in Africa and uses their corpses in its own polished, luxurious form.

What Could Be Cooler Than a Sleek Watch Made From Dead AK-47s?

Unsurprisingly, the Fonderie 47 Inversion Principle Tourbillon is a limited-run piece. Only 20 are set to be made, ten in 18K rose gold, ten in 18K white. As for straps, you've got a choice of brown or black alligator leather. Price? A cool $350,000. You'd be better off melting your own pile of AKs. But good luck making it look half as awesome. [Fonderie 47 via Born Rich]

What Could Be Cooler Than a Sleek Watch Made From Dead AK-47s?