Every day we are lucky enough to have some exclusive and beautiful watches pass through our doors, and each week there are always some standout pieces. In our new regular feature we will showcase our pick of the previous weeks purchases.
It has been 50 years since Tudor made their first chronograph and to celebrate they have issued two new Black Bay Chronos featuring “panda” and “reverse panda” dials.
As a new release, these Tudors are hard to come by on the high street, but we have secured one of each dial.
They are both steel, 41mm cases with tachymetric scale style bezels and folding clasp bracelets, and both come with original box and papers.
You can see our collection of Tudor watches here.
As everyone knows, new Daytonas are like gold dust, but when Rolex announce their latest models, there is always a chance that one of last years’ will become available. This is what happened last week, and what a stunning piece it is!
This watch is unworn and has original box and papers, but unfortunately does not have stickers. That aside, it is an exquisite example of Rolex’s most recognisable model.
View all of our Rolexes here.
Sometimes the watches that stand out are not necessarily the ones made from the most expensive materials, or the most recognisable models. With this watch it is the distinctive “Zorro” dial that made us want to add it to our portfolio.
it is a 41mm Steel case with a leather pin metal strap, and is in excellent condition.
Breitling released this watch as a limited edition of 2,000 pieces in 2020 and it has proven to be a popular sports watch with ladies and gents alike.
View our collection of Breitling watches here.
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