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The Watchlist: up to £2000

  1. BELL & ROSS VINTAGE BR 123 SPORT HERITAGE

    Nobody does retro-look aviation watches like Bell & Ross. This classic-looking automatic has cream numerals and vintage-look, diamond-shaped hands.

    £1,950; bellross.com/uk

  2. LONGINES HERITAGE MILITARY

    If you love military watches, this replica of a Thirties original is just the job. The 24-hour hand enhances its functionality. But you’ll have to be quick - Longines reissues tend to sell out quickly.

    £1,280; longines.com

  3. MEISTERSINGER PANGAEA DAY DATE

    Yes, there’s only one hand on this quirky number, but the 40mm diameter means that’s all you need to know the time to within five minutes. The day/date are shown on concentric dials.

    £1,800; jurawatches.co.uk

  4. LUMINOX SCOTT CASSELL DEEP DIVE SPECIAL EDITION

    Diving watch designed with an ex-special-ops diver. Part of the profit goes to his Sea Wolves marine conservation charity.

    £1,595; luminox.com

  5. TAG HEUER FORMULA 1 CALIBRE 16 CHRONO

    Black, brushed titanium 44mm case, ceramic bezel, three-dial automatic chronograph, orange accents and the Tag Heuer name. All this for under £2k.

    £1,995; tagheuer.com

  6. ALPINA EXTREME DIVER 300 ORANGE AUTOMATIC

    A fine name recently revived to great effect, Alpina’s bid for diving-watch greatness is a good-looking and highly legible machine, available with a strap or bracelet.

    £1,030; alpina-watches.com

  7. GLYCINE AIRMAN 17 SPHAIR

    Glycine’s Airman was one of the first watches to offer two time zones. Sixty years on, here’s a modern reinterpretation that stays true to the original.

    £1,720; pageandcooper.com

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