Just to be clear, you won’t be able to have this in time for the holidays, but — wow — what a gift — or even a self-purchase. Armin Stom, whom we have written about here many times before, now offers customers the chance to personalize his or her own watch. Just beneath the 6:00 mark on the bezel, the brand’s top-notch engraver will add the owner’s initials or special design to the piece — creating a distinctive personal mark. The price of the Gravity Water watch, shown above is $14,200. Once you purchase it, it is sent by the retailer to Switzerland for the engraving process, which starts with a drawing. You get to approve the drawing and then the work begins. Simple initials take only a few hours to do and it costs about $350. It needs to be done in Switzerland at the workshops, though, because the bezel, gasket ring and sapphire crystal all need to be removed to do the engraving. Then everything is replaced and the watch undergoes final testing/quality control one more time before being shipped back to you. Pretty cool.