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The Watchlist: over £3000

  1. OMEGA SPEEDMASTER ‘DARK SIDE OF THE MOON'

    Worn by astronauts on the Moon, the world’s most famous chrono now comes in this brilliantly stealthy, all-black, ceramic, two-dial version.

    £7,590; omegawatches.com

  2. BREITLING EMERGENCY 2

    Revised version of the watch that alerts global rescue services if you get lost while exploring, now operating on two frequencies. Serious stuff.

    £12,040; breitling.com

  3. ROLEX GMT-MASTER II

    Every year, Rolex revives a classic. This time it’s the GMT-Master II dual-time-zone model, already dubbed the Bruiser for its black-and-blue bezel.

    £5,950; rolex.com

  4. CHOPARD L.U.C ENGINE ONE H

    Chopard is linked to the Mille Miglia, so it makes sense that it makes a watch inspired by an engine, including a face and dials resembling a 917’s cylinder head.

    £56,270; chopard.com

  5. PETER ROBERTS CONCENTRIQUE 5

    Told in 1972 it was impossible to have five hands from the centre, Peter Roberts did just that. Now he’s making only 44 copies of the legendary chronograph.

    £18k; peterrobertswatches.com

  6. MAURICE LACROIX PONTOS S EXTREME

    Styled by car designer Henrik Fisker (he of Karma fame), the Pontos has a techy case made from aluminium, magnesium, titanium, zirconium and ceramic.

    £4,330; mauricelacroix.com

  7. HUBLOT MP-06 AYRTON SENNA

    A highly engineered watch worthy of an F1 champ. Comes in three versions - King Gold, Titanium or Black PVD Titanium, with only 41 examples of each.

    From £94k; hublot.com

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