Many years ago, Patek Philippe created what is now possibly their most complicated timepiece: Archibald Chesterfield III. This piece has two chronograph pushers located on either side of his head and a chime complication that rings every five seconds. The chimes change every other time chiming, "Man on the fackin Moooonn" or "Roooolleeexx... Rollleeexx Rolex". If you look into the face, you can see the phase of the moon in each of its eyes and when he opens his mouth (most often to chime) you can see his tourbillion. Instead of wearing this piece on the wrist, or in a pocket, this piece has legs to walk with the owner. The Archie also has a coin slot complication, which you can insert money to hear a unique chime that gives a negative opinion about a respectable watch brand.
Below are the rounded chronograph pushers.