Charlie Paris Concordia Automatic Blue, €745 (approx. £630)
The Concordia Automatic Blue from Charlie Paris has been designed to be an attractive and resilient daily beater. With a 40mm diameter stainless steel case it fits comfortable on any wrist, making it versatile and practical. It also has water resistance of 300m and large, lume coated indexes meaning it’s more than happy to take a dip in the water with you with solid dive watch specs. Inside it houses the Soprod P024 automatic movement with 38-hour power reserve and +/- seven seconds per day accuracy.
Available at Charlie Paris.
Ettinger Single & Triple Watch Rolls, Single £270, Triple £395
Following from the success of their double watch rolls, Ettinger have expanded the range to include new single and triple watch rolls. Each roll is ideal for watch transportation or display with suede lining and Capra goat leather exteriors. There are five colours available at each size: black, tan, blue, forest green and Bordeaux. Additionally, the rolls can be further personalised with the addition of up to five initials on the exterior. An ideal gift for yourself or a fellow watch lover.
Available at Ettinger.
Ferro Distinct 3.0 GLF, $645 (approx. £500)
The Ferro Distinct 3.0 GLF is inspired by the classic motorsport event Le Mans, bearing the colour scheme of the iconic Gulf livery of the Porsche driven in the film, Le Mans starring Steve McQueen. It’s available with either a Swiss quartz movement or the Miyota 9015 automatic calibre. The latter provides a 42-hour power reserve to the watch’s single, central hand. A little slice of vintage racing passion.
Available at Ferro Watches.
Wolkov W22 Neige, from $399 (approx. £320)
Wolkov is a brand that first made a name for itself in 2018 with their revolutionary modular, snapping lug design that made it easier than ever to change your watch strap on a whim. Now, they’re back with their latest project the W22. The concept behind this watch is to create a striking and unique shape that stands out from competitors such as Raymond Weil and Eterna. Hence, the highly original oval case in high gloss stainless steel and the distinctive dial display that has a central hour scale and peripheral minute track. It’s available for pre-order in three colourways, each limited to 250 pieces.
VIP Special Savings at Wolkov.
Sovrygn The Sovrygn Calendar, from $515 (approx. £415)
Complication watches are widely regarded as some of the most prestigious in horology, from Patek Philippe’s Grand Complications to Audemars Piguet’s Perpetual Calendars. Inspired by these masterpieces Sovrygn have launched their new Calendar timepiece, featuring five complications and is available in six references. The functions include a power reserve indicator, days, date, months and 24-hour display. The case and bracelet are influenced by Genta designs in stainless steel, rose gold PVD or black DLC, paired with dials in white, panda, Gulf livery or wine red colourways.
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