The watch uses a set of gears standing on their edge instead the traditional flat position. The hands have been replaced by a set of rotating wheels that click off the time in five minute chunks. All of this technology and strange positioning gives you a feature you probably would never expect. The watch can store 1000 hours of reserve power in the winding. Think about that for just a moment. That is over 40 days of reserve power. You can stick the watch in the drawer, pull it out a month later, and it is still ticking off time and on the right second. Now, that is amazing. Even Batman would appreciate that accuracy when he leaves the watching hanging beside the Bat Suit. Only 25 Rebellion T1000 Gotham watches will be produced with an estimated price of almost $100,000. Of course, if you are Bruce Wayne, who cares?