Bremont Supermarine Type 300 Wristwatch

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The Supermarine Type 300 by Bremont is a British automatic wristwatch designed to be a daily-wearable, heirloom quality timepiece. It’s named for the legendary Supermarine Spitfire Type 300 prototype aircraft that would form the foundation of the Spitfire we all know and love. The design evokes the classic professional dive watch, backed up by its…

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ICON Duesey Watch

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The ICON Duesey Watch is a new design from famed automotive maestro Jonathan Ward. Although he’s most famous for his work rebuilding classic 4x4s into sympathetically modernized versions of their former selves, Ward is also an avid watch collector – so it was only a matter of time before the two passions met in the…

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Christopher Ward C9 P2725 TM-B Limited Edition

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The C9 P2725 TM-B Limited Edition timepiece by Christopher Ward was designed to commemorate Flight Lieutenant Ray Holmes, a WWII Hurricane fighter pilot who famously crashed his plane into a German bomber that was targeting Buckingham Palace during the Battle of Britain on the 15th of September 1940. Holmes’ effort wasn’t in vain, he cut…

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Rado HyperChrome Captain Cook

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The Rado HyperChrome Captain Cook is a modern reissue of one of the Swiss company’s popular dive watches from 1962. They offer the new watch in both 37 millimeter and 45 millimeter sizes – the former is the original size and the latter is a for those with larger wrists, or those who prefer a…

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Singer Track1 Chronograph

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The Singer Track1 Chronograph is the first foray into the world of horology by the world famous team at Singer Vehicle Design – a company that builds what are unquestionably the greatest reimagined Porsche 911s you’ll find anywhere. The movement chosen for the Singer Track1 is staggeringly complex, in fact it’s only been previously used…

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Momentum Torpedo Blast Watch

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Momentum assemble all of their timepieces by hand in Vancouver, and impressively they offer a 2 year warranty which can be extended to 6 years for free. To extend your warranty you’ll just need to mail your watch to Momentum every 2 years for a free servicing. There’s a lot to be said for inexpensive…

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Vulcan Innova VI52 Watch Winder

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The Vulcan Innova VI52 is a watch winder built into the engine block of a BMW M52 straight-6. The pistons have been modified to accept a watch into their underside, the VI52 can then be set to rotate the pistons in multiple programmable modes – keeping the automatic watches correctly wound and ready for use….

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Rolex Daytona

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The Rolex Daytona was first introduced in 1963 as a chronograph for racing drivers and their crew. The rotating bezel is engraved with a tachymetric scale allowing the wearer to average speeds of up to 400 miles (or kilometres) per hour. Rolex have released 3 major iterations of the Daytona, the first from 1963 till…

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Bremont MBII

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The Bremont MBII and its forebear the MBI were designed at the request of Martin-Baker – a British aviation company that supplies 70% of the world’s fighter aircraft ejection seats. The new watch needed to be able to withstand the same testing program as the ejector seats before being approved for use – a process…

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Montblanc Timewalker Rally Timer 100

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The new Montblanc Timewalker Rally Timer 100 is essentially two timepieces in one. It can be clicked into a strap and be used as a wristwatch, it also has twin built in legs at the rear so that it can be propped up on its own as a desktop clock. The design takes clear inspiration from…

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Vintage Heuer Camaro

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The Heuer Camaro was first offered for sale in 1968, and it disappeared from catalogues in 1972 – giving it a relatively short production run, resulting in it now being quite a rare watch. The manually-wound chronograph shares some familial similarity with the far more famous Heuer Monaco, Heuer Monza, and Heuer Carrera. It’s powered…

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