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The Watchlist: up to £2K

  1. CALVIN KLEIN KC152020

    Instead of selling tat, like most fashion houses, CK has fitted this beauty with a Valjoux 7750 automatic chronograph.



    With day/date, three subdials and - by using a rotating inner bezel - it’ll convert distances, weight and liquid measures.


  3. BAUME & MERCIER Classima 8592

    A classy, traditional automatic from the classic Swiss brand, in a contemporary stainless steel case. Stark white dial features elegant Roman numerals.


  4. ORIS Artix GT Day Date

    Sleek and ultra-modern, this 42mm Oris is a fresh take on a classic formula. The bezel rotates for elapsed time, while the day and date appear in windows above the six numeral.


  5. BELL & ROSS BR 123 Vintage Commando

    B&R understands ‘retro’ better than most. What makes this automatic BR 123 special is the modern mix of blacks and greys set in a traditional form.


  6. ALPINA Racing AL-535AB5AR26

    Carving a niche among modern sports watches, veteran brand Alpina has given this automatic a huge bunch of features.


  7. NOMOS GLASHüTTE Tetra Gangreserve

    The elegant Tetra has an in-house manual movement that’s bound to upset watch snobs when they learn you paid less than £2k for it…


  8. SINN Aviator Chronograph 356 UTC

    Sinn makes no-nonsense watches for the German military. This one’s anti-magnetic with a second time zone and a comfy case.

  9. LONGINES Heritage 1940

    This re-edition of a functional but smart military watch marks 180 years of Longines. It’s the sort of thing a plummy WWII officer would have worn.


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