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Since clock-watching is among our least favourite yet most practiced activities, we're pretty sure this particular model would have us staring at our wrist for a worryingly long time.

But, c'mon, it would be worth it. The 'Son Of A Gun' watch uses real bullets to make the dial seem like the barrel of a revolver.

The jaw-dropping piece was created by luxury watchmaker Yvan Arpa for his brand ArtyA. The watch suspends six 6mm Flobert bullets and uses dynamite wire.

Sadly, it's not available for us normals just yet. The timepiece has been created for one lucky collector with the promise of more to come. In case you're interested, it sold for £9,380 so no, you can't afford it either.

You can see more of Yvan's watches at www.artya.com.

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