Last time, we looked at the timepieces on the wrists of powerful CEOs. This time, we direct our attentions to a more diverse set of men. Each of whom are not only highly accomplished in their respective fields, but whose time is/was highly valuable. It only makes sense that they set the pace of their day to day with something that is nothing short of impeccable. Here are the watches worn by some of the world's most interesting men.

(Note: some prices may only be approximations due to the singular nature of the pieces issued to the individual.)

Albert Einstein

Longines Rectangular Model 1929: *Auctioned for $768,333 AUD

Iconic considering he irrevocably changed how we perceive time.

Iconic considering he irrevocably changed how we perceive time.

Apollo 11 Crew 

Omega Speedmaster Professional: ~$15,798

Space age precision for a space age crew.

Space age precision for a space age crew.

Barack Obama

Jorg Gray 6500 Chronograph US Secret Service: $580 AUD (Replica purchase only)

Amongst such achievements as being the most effective US President of the modern era and all-round top bloke, Obama was also a style icon.

Amongst such achievements as being the most effective US President of the modern era and all-round top bloke, Obama was also a style icon.

Felix Baumgartner

Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback: ~$11,500 AUD (Pre-owned) 

Fit for a man who has tumbled from space.

Fit for a man who has tumbled from space.

Jerry Seinfeld 

Breitling Navitimer: $11,400 AUD 

This is what billions in syndication money gets you... also Bee Movie. 

This is what billions in syndication money gets you... also Bee Movie. 

Jon Hamm

Jaeger-Lecoultre Reverso Classique: $11,219 AUD

Granted, this was only worn by him when in character as Don Draper, but the aesthetic is there.

Granted, this was only worn by him when in character as Don Draper, but the aesthetic is there.

Paul Newman

Rolex Daytona: $15,000-$65,000 AUD

Legends never die.

Legends never die.

Steve McQueen

Tag Heuer Monaco: $7,650 AUD

Made famous by the Le Mans (1970) appearance.

Made famous by the Le Mans (1970) appearance.

Quentin Tarantino

IWC Big Pilot: $25,000 AUD

Script money stacks bloody, but the look be clean.

Script money stacks bloody, but the look be clean.