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The Watchlist: up to £1K

  1. BULOVA Precisionist Chronograph

    Not much to pay for what’s billed as ‘the world’s most advanced chronograph’. Times to 1/1,000th sec, accurate to 10 seconds a year.


  2. FRÉDÉRIQUE CONSTANT La Carrera Panamericana

    A 43mm automatic named after the Carrera Panamericana race, with Fifties styling harking back to the event’s heyday.


  3. FORTIS Flieger Date

    Fortis is 100 this year, and its history is rife with proper pilots’ watches like this highly legible, stainless steel automatic.


  4. TISSOT Le Locle Automatic Chronometer Edition

    A COSC-certified chronometer for under a grand. Reveals its automatic movement through the sapphire caseback.


  5. CERTINA DS Podium GMT F1 Sauber

    A limited-edition chronograph from Sauber’s partnership with Certina. It also has a second time zone.


  6. GLYCINE CombatSUB Stealth

    A real-deal black-ops piece from the firm responsible for serious diving watches. Water-resistant to 200m, with military strap.


  7. LUMINOX Field Automatic 1800

    Best known for watches so macho they should sweat, Luminox has also created a watch that could be worn by a military gent.


  8. CHRISTOPHER WARD C700 Grande Rapide

    Carbon dial with stainless steel bracelet or leather/rubber strap. Unusually for this price, it has a Swiss automatic movement.


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