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The Watchlist: up to £500

  1. SHINOLA RUNWELL

    Made in Detroit in a factory where GM once designed cars. This one is 41mm with a green face/brown strap, but other combos are available.

    £401; shinola.com

  2. CASIO EDIFICE ERA-200RB-1AER

    For as little as £300, you can wear the same watch as Red Bull’s F1 crew. More features than a Swiss Army knife.

    £300; edifice-watches.co.uk

  3. SCUDERIA FERRARI GENTS' PADDOCK

    Can’t afford a Ferrari Hublot Big Bang? Then get your fix of prancing horse with this red-on-black three-dial chronograph.

    £395; thewatchhut.co.uk

  4. DIESEL SQUARE DADDY

    With its 64x54mm stainless steel and gunmetal case, you need a big wrist to wear this thing. It shows two time zones and doubles as a beer mat.

    £309; diesel.com/watches

  5. VICTORINOX MAVERICK

    Victorinox Swiss Army has more right than anyone to deliver watches of military mood, including this restyled quartz.

    £399; victorinox.com

  6. SEIKO KINETIC PERPETUAL

    It’s the 25th anniversary of the kinetic watch: celebrate with the dressy Perpetual - the calendar is correct until February 28, 2100.

    £439; seikowatches.com

  7. TW STEEL TW705

    A 48mm all-black chunk of a chronograph, with diamond-pattern rubber strap, rotating bezel, Miyota movement and red accents. For beefy wrists only.

    £495; twsteel.com

  8. MONDAINE STOP2GO

    Pauses for two seconds every 58 secs, like a Swiss railway clock. In the missed beats, the train begins to pull away, so when the minute strikes it’s already moving.

    £450; mondaine.com

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