Breitling Watch Emergency II
Finally, if you really want to push the boat out, the priciest Apple Watch - cloaked in 18-carat yellow gold, with a classic 42mm buckle - can be yours for the entirely reasonable sum of £12,000. For about the same price you can pick up a top-of-the-range IWC chronograph, a stylish Hermes Time Pause or a 50th anniversary Omega Speedmaster, but we'd add on another 40 quid and go for the Breitling Emergency II, which is the first wristwatch with a true dual-frequency distress beacon.
Believe it or not, if you twist and yank the bottom dial, you'll alert emergency centres linked up via Cospas-Sarsat satellite systems to your whereabouts. They will then dispatch a chopper to rescue you, post haste. We suspect if you activate it because you're trapped in your garage, some pursed lips and stern words might result, but feel free to give it a try and let us know how you get on.
£12,040 | Breitling