You can drop your hard-earned $69 grand on a beautiful Patek Philippe Grand Complication and horophiles (watch collectors) everywhere will bow before you. Or you can spend that same amount and get something really special like this solid 18K gold Casio G-Shock 5000. That’s right, a digital watch that’s normally reserved for no-nonsense daily wear and utility that’s morphed into a collectible timepiece that’s seemingly carved from an ingot of solid gold and also has the same internal functions as the $500 version that’s made from significantly less precious metals. The gold version will still withstand high impact and 20 bars or 200 meters of water that the G-Shock 5000 is known for, and it still has 38 time zones, automatic time adjustment, and an alarm chime that’s not exactly dulcet in tone for the watch’s asking price. What it will do, however, is provide the kind of street cred that can only be matched by a pair of original Air Jordans and a full carbon fiber Lambo. Only 35 will be made worldwide at a price of about $69,000.