Here are the best watches we've found this month
Some of the best timepieces across a range of budgets you need to check out now
ROLEX GMT MASTER II
The original Rolex GMT was designed in the mid-Fifties in collaboration with Pan-Am. Back in the glory days of jet travel, pilots needed a watch that could tell the time in different timezones and look good doing it. Pan-Am is long gone, but later versions of the watch are still finding favour among pilots and jet-setting rock stars. The Master II came out in the Eighties, offering the ability to change the hour hand in one-hour increments, without disturbing the other hands. Steel versions start the range at £13,850, but this rock star version in yellow gold is...
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TAG HEUER CARRERA CHRONO
The famously frugal Mick Jagger is just one of many famous rockers to opt for a Carrera. It’s no giveaway, but the brand has always been seen as good value rather than flash. With in-house automatic chronograph movement in a 42mm brushed steel case, and water resistant to 100m.
Elvis wore this futuristic electronic watch in the 1961 film Blue Hawaii, liking it so much he kept it and helped create a watch with enduring star appeal. There are now many larger mechanical versions, but this slender quartz number is closest in size and spirit to the King of Rock ’n’ Roll’s original.
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As a no-nonsense piece of kit, the G-Shock is hard to beat. Just ask the many special forces around the world who use them. Also beloved of everyone from Bieber to Snoop Dogg. Super tough with 200m water resistance. Prices start under £100, while this steel version with cloth strap is...