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Vacheron Constantin 18K Pink Gold Ref 4195

A vintage gold dress watch by watchmaker Vacheron Constantin, the Ref 4195 has a manual wind movement, thin profile, 18K pink gold case, and a clean, uncluttered dial that wears beautifully on the wrist. Produced in the 1950s, the Vacheron Constantin Ref 4195 is a timeless classic by one of the world's most prestigious watchmakers.

Damasko Automatic DA47

The Damasko DA47 is a finely tuned piece of German engineering. With its ice-hardened stainless steel case, solid Super Luminova white dial, and sapphire crystal with AR coating on both sides, the DA47 was designed as a tool watch that will withstand some of the harshest environments.

Omega Seamaster 300 Quartz 2264.50

The Omega Seamaster 300 Quartz is a versatile and modern timepiece. The Seamaster 300 has the function and durability of a dive watch, while easily transitioning to more formal wear. With its neutral tones, stainless steel case, and stainless steel bracelet, the Seamaster 300 is a pleasure to wear.

Panerai Luminor Base Logo PAM 000

The PAM 000, known as “The Zero”, is loved by many Panerai enthusiasts for its minimalist dial design. A piece that harkens back to early Panerai aesthetics, the Panerai Luminor Base Logo PAM 000 has an uncluttered dial, with no seconds hand, and applied hour markers and numerals, as well as the Officine Panerai logo at the 6 o’clock position.

Rolex Explorer I Ref 214270

The Rolex Explorer was created as a true utility watch, and the Explorer I Ref 214270 is no exception. One that was designed to withstand and endure the most brutal of environments and tasks, while still maintaining its durability, as well as its elegant styling. Designed in honor of the exploits of those earliest of explorers who dared to climb Mt. Everest, and worn by Sir Edmund Hillary himself, the Rolex Explorer is an icon in the watch world.

Tudor Prince Date Chronograph Ref 79280P

The Tudor Prince Date Chronograph hails from Tudor’s lengthy history of chronograph timepieces known for their unique styling, unparalleled quality, and unmistakable identifiers. With a slimmer case shape than its predecessor, the Tudor Big Block, and a similar aesthetics to the Rolex Daytona, the 79280P is a timepiece that is both elegant and sporty.

Zenith Pilots Chronograph

The Zenith Pilot Chronograph, Ref 03-2117-4002-23-C704, is a 42mm, satin finish, stainless steel, Pilots watch. Powered by Zenith's famed “El Primero” movement, the Pilot Chronograph has a vintage aesthetic, with its oversized hands and larger sub-dials, along with the rectangular pushers and large crown. With a case height of only 12.5mm and a brown alligator leather strap with a pin-style buckle, the Pilot Chronograph is an excellent instrument watch that wears comfortably, and elegantly on the wrist.

Omega Speedmaster

The Omega Speedmaster is one of Omega’s most iconic timepieces. Known as the Moonwatch for its role in all six lunar missions by NASA, the Speedmaster has a rich history as a vital part of man’s exploration into space. The Ref 311.33.42.30.01.002 has some modern updates to this timeless classic, such as a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and an exhibition back.

ZRC Grands Fonds 300

The first ZRC Grands Fonds 300 was commissioned for the French Navy in the 1960s. After approving its use, ZRC was asked to solve a design issue the French Navy had with the crown placement at the 3 o’clock position. They felt the position was too vulnerable during underwater manipulations, and requested that ZRC “find a solution” to protect the crown, without hindering wrist movement, as well as ensuring that the case would not open underwater, which led to ZRC developing it’s unique “crown at 6” case design.

Grand Seiko GMT SBGM221

The Grand Seiko Elegance GMT SBGM221 is a beautiful example of the famed craftsmanship that Grand Seiko is known for. Every detail, from the zaratsu polishing, the intricate hour markers on the dial, and the showcase sapphire display of the movement, make the GMT SBGM221 an excellent example of Grand Seiko’s exemplary build and design quality.

IWC Big Pilot Reference 5002

The IWC Big Pilot Reference 5002 is the first edition of the iconic Big Pilot series watches. Its design is based on a navigation watch that was introduced in 1940, the IWC ref. 431/Type 52 T.S.C., which utilized a modified pocket watch movement and was produced for military pilots of the era. With its signature, large “onion” type crown, 46 mm case size, and a 7-day power reserve indicator on the dial, the Big Pilot is easily identifiable on the wrist.

Heuer Carrera 1964 Re-Edition Black Face Ref CS3111

In the early 1960s, Jack Heuer created the Carrera line of chronograph timepieces, which was sold as a separate line of Heuer watches. Named after the legendary Carrera Panamerica Rally race, the watch was designed with the race car driver in mind. In 1996, Tag Heuer decided to produce a re-edition of the iconic 1964 Heuer Carrera. These re-edition watches are nearly identical to their predecessors, utilizing the same case size and styling.

Heuer Carrera 1964 Re-Edition White Face Ref CS3110

In the early 1960s, Jack Heuer created the Carrera line of chronograph timepieces, which was sold as a separate line of Heuer watches. Named after the legendary Carrera Panamerica Rally race, the watch was designed with the race car driver in mind. In 1996, Tag Heuer decided to produce a re-edition of the iconic 1964 Heuer Carrera. These re-edition watches are nearly identical to their predecessors, utilizing the same case size and styling.

Omega Speedmaster Professional Ref 145.022

The Omega Speedmaster 145.022 was first introduced in 1968, with a painted logo on the dial, as well as a new movement, the Calibre 861. The Calibre 861 has a 48-hour power reserve, 17-jewels and was based on the Lemania 1873 movement.

Rolex Sea-Dweller Ref 16600

The Rolex Sea-Dweller was designed with saturation divers in mind. Due to the use of helium in the gas mixture during saturation dives, helium particles would accumulate in the cases of diving watches, during extended periods at depth, which would then escape through the weakest parts of a watch during decompression. Many times, it would escape by popping the Plexiglas crystal off of the watch. Rolex developed the helium escape valve, built into the side of the watch case, to combat this issue, and therefore allow for a safe release of the gas, and continued reliability and durability of the watch.

Rolex GMT Master II Ref 16710

The Rolex GMT Master II Ref 16710 was introduced in 1989, with a slimmer case size than it’s predecessor, the 16760. Introduced in 1983, the GMT Master II was the first Rolex to allow the independent setting of the 24-hour hand from the 12-hour hand. The Ref 16710 marked the use of a new GMT movement for Rolex, the Calibre 3185, which has a 50-hour power reserve and allowed for true independently adjustable setting of the GMT hand.

Rolex Lady Datejust 26 Steel/Rose Gold, Choc Dial IV

The Rolex Ladies Datejust, Ref 179171 is a classic example of Rolex’s refined glamour, style, and the technical performance that the Rolex brand is known for. Along with it’s Rose Gold and Stainless Steel Jubilee bracelet, the detail on this watch is truly magnificent. With its rose gold accents, the fluted bezel, and the diamond-covered VI, the Ref 179171 is an iconic beauty.

Rolex Explorer II Polar Ref 16570

The Rolex Explorer was created as a larger sibling to the Explorer I and designed with spelunkers in mind. With its 24-hour bezel markings and 24-hour hand, spelunkers, who would often be exploring caves in the dark and unable to differentiate between morning and night, would be able to tell whether they were looking at am or pm by the position of the 24-hour hand to the bezel.

IWC Pilot's Watch Automatic Spitfire

The IWC Pilot’s Watch Automatic Spitfire design holds true to the instrument design of the Mark 11 navigation watch, produced for the British Navy in the late 1940s. The design and colors of both the dial and textile strap draw their inspiration from the interior colors of the cockpit of the Mark 11 fighter plane. The IWC Spitfire has a vintage aesthetic with modern horological technology by one of the most prestigious watchmakers in the world.

Panerai Luminor Submersible PAM 24

The Panerai Luminor Submersible PAM 24 is an impressive timepiece, made to withstand the deepest depths. It’s sporty aesthetic, classic Panerai styling and multiple functions give this hearty watch much to admire.

Rolex Explorer II Ref 16570

The Rolex Explorer was created as a larger sibling to the Explorer I and designed with spelunkers in mind. With its 24-hour bezel markings and 24-hour hand, spelunkers, who would often be exploring caves in the dark and unable to differentiate between morning and night, would be able to tell whether they were looking at am or pm by the position of the 24-hour hand to the bezel.

Breitling Superocean II Ref A17365

The Breitling Super Ocean II Ref A17365 continues the heritage of Breitling’s Super Ocean line, as it is a superb, reliable, and highly functional dive watch. Its design has a sporty aesthetic, with its large Arabic style numerals, large case size, as well as having a water resistance rating of 500 meters.

Glycine Airman 698085

The Glycine Airman was the first 24-hour dial wristwatch with the ability to track a second time zone. It was very popular choice with military pilots, during the 1960’s, due in part to it’s clear, large, easily readable dial, as well as it’s purpose-built design, giving a pilot every tool he would need on a wristwatch.

Omega Speedmaster Schumacher, Boxed 78121308

Michael Schumacher was a long time ambassador for Omega. In 2003, after winning his 6th Formula One World Championship title, Omega launched the Speedmaster Legend collection to celebrate his numerous victories. A limited release of only 6000 pieces in 3 different dial colors, makes the 3506.31 a collectible piece that honors one of automotive racing's finest drivers.

Nodus Duality, Boxed 601013

The Nodus Duality hails from Los Angeles, CA, where it is was designed by two childhood friends, whose passion for all things watches, led them to start Nodus Watches in 2017. The Duality was inspired by the designs of classic dual-crown dive watches from the 60’s and 70’s, but with a modern twist.

Panerai Luminor 8 Days PAM 560, Boxed BB1891491

The Panerai Luminor PAM 560 8 Days was created as an homage to some of the earliest Panerai timepieces. It has a clean, uncluttered dial and classic Panerai styling, as well as an impressive 8-day power reserve. The Panerai Luminor PAM 560 utilizes their own in house movement and a lever lock system that plays dual function, both as a crown guard and as a pressure seal over the crown to keep water out.

Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days GMT PAM 00329, Boxed Q224/400

The Panerai PAM 329 is a beautiful nod back to Panerai’s rich history of watchmaking for the Italian Navy. Its stainless steel case with exhibition back showcases Panerai’s in-house P.9001 movement and holds on to the well known Panerai classic styling. It has GMT functionality and a 3-day power reserve that is cleverly displayed on the exhibition case side of the watch, maintaining the clean appearance on the dial that is quintessential Panerai design.

Seiko Prospex SLA021J1 Master Marine, Boxed 880615

The Seiko Prospex SLA 021J1 Marine Master Professional continues Seiko’s rich dive watch history. It is aesthetically designed to resemble earlier models, but with subtle updates such as a ceramic bezel and sapphire crystal, along with a 300-meter water resistance rating.

Breitling Superocean 42 A17366021B1A1, Boxed 7162547

The Breitling Superocean Automatic 42 continues the heritage of Breitling’s Superocean line, as it is a superb, reliable, and highly functional dive watch. It also showcases a few design changes to the dial, giving it a more modern aesthetic.

Tudor Submariner 79190 B857361

The Tudor 79190 Submariner stands as the last of the Tudor Submariner line. The 79190 was first released in the mid-1990s and shared many of the beloved stylings of the iconic Rolex Submariners with its own special Tudor touch.

Zenith DeLuca El Primero Black Dial 02.0310.400

The Zenith De Luca El Primero Chronograph stands out not just for its craftsmanship, but as a piece of horological history. The El Primero Chronograph movement was one of the first fully automatic movements to come to the market in 1969. The El Primero was clearly a step ahead of the competition with its high-frequency beat rate, longer power reserve, and 3 sub-dial configurations on the dial.

Parmigiani Fleurier Bugatti Atalante Flyback 36346

The Parmigiani Bugatti Atalante isn't just a watch for car enthusiasts. This timepiece is the pinnacle representation of automatic refinery. Its stunning design rose gold case, unique striped skeleton-dial inspired by the early Bugatti grills, presents itself as both sporty, as well as refined, and is sure to be a conversation piece on the wrist.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual 6564 Swiss Only 263366

The Rolex Oyster Perpetual was introduced in the 1950s. Named for its waterproof Oyster case, and Perpetual self-winding movement, it’s elegant styling remains a classic today.

Panerai Luminor Marina 1950 BB1635671

The Panerai PAM 372 is a beautiful nod back to Panerai’s rich history of watchmaking for the Italian Navy. It has a stainless steel case with exhibition back, showcasing Panerai’s in-house Calibre P. 3000 movement. The PAM 372 also has a 3-day power reserve and a clean, uncluttered aesthetic on the dial that is quintessential Panerai design.

Tudor Black Bay Black, Rose Dial, Boxed I460080

The Tudor Heritage Black Bay Black’s design is reminiscent of early Tudor dive watches. The stainless steel case, with it’s beveled satin finish lugs and polished sides has a classic aesthetic, as does the dial, with it’s vintage typeset and original Tudor rose logo at the 12 o’clock position. The rotating bezel with red triangle zero marker was designed with the diver in mind, as they have made it deliberately harder to turn the bezel when the zero marker is at the 12 o’clock position, to avoid inadvertent rotation.

Seiko Pogue Yellow Dial 261922

The Seiko Pogue 6139-6009T was the first automatic chronograph watch brought to market, in Japan, in 1969. It was released as the Seiko Speed-Timer, but later was referred to as the Pogue, due to it’s use by Colonel William Pogue, an astronaut for NASA, during his time on the Skylab 4 Mission. The watch is a single register chronograph. It has a 30 minute counter, no continuous seconds and a quickset day/date window.

Panerai Luminor Marina 1950 PAM 312, BOXED BB1759887

The Panerai Luminor Marina PAM 312 is a stunner, with it’s brushed stainless steel case, polished bezel, classic Panerai styling, featuring a black sandwich dial, sapphire crystal exhibition back and 3 day power reserve. It’s in-house Calibre P.9000 movement has a quick set hour mechanism that allows you to set both the hour and date without stopping the movement.

Panerai Radiomir Black Seal PAM183, Boxed P681/800

The Panerai Radiomir PAM 183 is one of the Historic Collection Panerai timepieces. It’s larger 45mm case with wire lugs are reminiscent of original Radiomir design worn by the Royal Italian Navy divers of the 1930’s. It's classic design of overlapping plates, creating their signature sandwich dial, the large Arabic style numerals on the 12, 3, and 6 o’clock positions, and handsome crown on the right side of the watch case, make it a truly beautiful timepiece on the wrist.

Rolex Explorer I, Boxed D911816

The Rolex Explorer was created as a true utility watch. One that could withstand and endure the most brutal of environments and tasks, while still maintaining its durability, as well as it’s elegant styling. Designed in honor of the exploits of those earliest of explorers who dared to climb Mt. Everest, and worn by Sir Edmund Hillary himself, the Rolex Explorer is an icon in the watch world.

Helson Skindiver Chrono Orange, Case 41

A true dive watch, the Helson Skindiver Chronograph was designed by a group of avid divers and sports enthusiasts from Asia and Europe. It is a finely executed timepiece that combines reliable functionality with vintage aesthetics that honor early dive watch design.

Rolex GMT Master Pepsi '89 L299852

The Rolex GMT was designed at the request of Pan Am, in order for their commercial pilots to have a means to quickly be able to tell the time in 2 different time zones during transatlantic flights. The design became popular among commercial pilots, NASA pilots, and members of the US Air Force as well as business travelers. The iconic “Pepsi” bezel, it’s sleek styling and it’s origin history make the GMT Master a classic timepiece to own.

Tudor Black Bay Red 79220R, Boxed J910254

The Tudor Heritage Black Bay Red 79220R stands out amongst its fellow dive watches, with its namesake red bezel, red PVD coated crown tube and rich chocolate-colored dial. But it’s the finer details that give the Black Bay Red it’s unique, classic appearance.

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