Setting aside all considerations of style, I'm curious which watch this community would recommend as the most durable, accurate and maintenance-free. Basically a watch that gets the time set, once, and then never needs to be touched again. Or phrased another way, a thousand years after nuclear apocalypse wipes out the human race, alien visitors should find the watch still intact and working among the ruins.
Quartz watches are out, as they require battery replacement (unless they have an alternate power source). Mechanicals are Ok (in the above scenario, when the post-apocalyptic alien picks it up and shakes it a bit it will start ticking), but the movement would need to be able to perform well without maintenance.
Anti-magnetic properties are highly prized (in this apocalyptic scenario the nukes also generated an EMP), as is high water resistance (the watch might have been blasted into the ocean) and naturally shock resistance.
The best I've found so far is the Seamaster 300 with its 15,000 gauss magnetic resistance and high water resistance. Are there tougher, more over-engineered watches out there?