Bell & Ross designed the M1 Chronograph in the mid-90s, during their years of partnership with Sinn. The M1 features the Lemania 5100 Chronograph movement, with a sandblasted stainless steel case, and a matching bracelet. Based on the Sinn 156, the M1 Chronograph is a true pilot's watch, in every detail, down to the “Jet” tipped minute counter hand.
The Omega Seamaster Professional 300m Titanium Blue Chronometer Ref 2231.80.00 features a titanium case, a titanium bracelet, and an electric blue dial that catches the eye. The 300m Chronometer has the function and durability of the sturdiest of dive watches, while aesthetically transforming with ease from sport to dress wear.
A re-edition of the Longines Diver Ref 7042, the Legend Diver No Date Ref L36744563 stays true to its successor. With a 42 mm stainless steel case and twin-crown EPSA Super Compressor, the Legend Diver No Date utilizes the same dual crown method for setting the time with the lower crown and using the upper crown to rotate the internal bezel.
1998 was a transitional period for the Rolex Explorer II models, in that Rolex, was beginning the conversion from radioactive tritium for lume, to light-powered phosphorescent Luminova. With a limited number of dials remaining with the Swiss T<25 markings, that had yet to make it to the production line, Rolex used these dials in the earliest Explorer II’s in 1998 and applied Luminova for lume. These became known as the “Tuminova Dials”, and were only produced for the first few months of 1998.
The Omega Constellation Manhattan was designed by Carol Didisheim, a design student who joined Omega after completing her studies at the Geneva School of Decorative Arts. Her concept for this piece involved utilizing clasps on the case sides to hold the crystal in place, which allowed for a slimmer case profile and improved water resistance.
The Omega Constellation model was first introduced in 1952, as a chronometer timepiece. Undergoing numerous aesthetic changes over the years, from the original pie-pan style dials in the 1950s, the avant-garde integrated bracelets with flat dials of the 1970s, to the Co-Axial Master Chronometers of today, the Constellation line remains as stylish and innovative now, as it was when this late 1960s-early 1970s model was released.
The latest Tudor Black Bay 58 iteration is the Black Bay 925, which has a beautiful solid silver case with a satin finish and an exhibition case back that showcases the newest Tudor movement, the MT5400. With a 925 silver bezel with an anodized aluminum bezel insert in taupe, the Black Bay 58 925 utilizes a precious metal, not commonly used in watchmaking, which gives this sports watch a highly distinguished look.
The Tag Heuer Targa Florio CX2110 was released in 2001 as a tribute to the legendary open road endurance race held in the mountains of Sicily from 1906 to 1977. Another of Heuer’s Re-Edition timepieces, the CX2110 was modeled after the early Heuer Flieger chronographs of the 1930s, with its unique “coin edge” bezel, and sub-dials that overlap the numerals at the sides of the dial.
The Tag Heuer Carrera CV2113 is part of Heuer’s re-edition series, which is an homage to the original Carrera timepieces. Modeled after the 1963 Ref 2447, the CV2113 has the three sub-dials, domed sapphire crystal, and is powered by a modified ETA 2894-2 automatic movement.
The Panerai Radiomir 8-Days 45 Black Seal PAM 609 has all of the classic Panerai stylings that distinguish a Panerai from every other timepiece on the market. From the sandwich dial, the large Arabic-style numerals, and the distinct case shape with detachable wire lugs, the PAM 609 is a homage to early Panerai timepieces designed for the Italian Navy, but with modern features that are sure to stand the test of time.
The Omega Seamaster Professional 300M Chronometer is a versatile and modern timepiece. The 300M Chronometer 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 Professional 300 M is a classic timepiece.
The Panerai Luminor Titanium PAM 93 Blue Dial features a 44mm Titanium case, a gorgeous blue dial with a power reserve gauge, and a date function at the 3 o’clock position. Only in production for four years, the Panerai PAM 93 is sure to become a collector favorite.
The Breitling Exospace B55 Connected is a smartwatch designed for the highest degree of aviation professionals. Utilizing the B55 Super Quartz movement as well as the Breitling Exospace App for both Android and iPhone, the Exospace allows for advanced measures of flight timing in a fraction of the time it would take with a mechanical timepiece.
The Grand Seiko Elegance GMT SBGM221 is a beautiful example of the famed craftsmanship that Grand Seiko is known for. Purchased in June 2021 from an authorized dealer, this Grand Seiko is in excellent condition. 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.
The Tudor Heritage Black Bay Steel Ref 79730 is an evolution of the Black Bay model. With the introduction of a steel bezel insert, as well as a date window on the dial, and an updated, in-house movement with a longer power reserve, the 79730 stands out from the rest of the Black Bay line.
The IWC Aquatimer Automatic IW329001 is the ultimate dive watch. With its patented “Safe Dive” external/internal bezel system, the Aquatimer allows for a secure internal bezel setting, without the risk of inadvertently moving the set dive time with the external bezel. Water-resistant to 1000 feet, the IWC Aquatimer Automatic is designed to endure extreme environments in deep-sea diving, with the reliability and accuracy that IWC is known for.
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.
Purchased July 2021 from an authorized Rolex Dealer, this Datejust Ref 126334 is both un-sized and un-worn. With its 41mm White Rolesor Case, Rolex’s proprietary blend of Oystersteel and 18K White Gold, and it's signature fluted bezel, the 126334 Datejust is a prime example of one of the most recognizable and iconic timepieces produced by Rolex.
The IWC Portofino Chronograph IW378302’s design is based on the original Portofino 5251, with updated features, including a triple-register dial, a day-date window, and a modern case size of 41mm. Utilizing gold detailing on the hour markers, hands, and chronograph registers, the Portofino Chronograph has the aesthetics of a classic dress watch, that transitions to sports wear with ease.
The Tag Heuer Carrera 1887 Chronograph Ref CAR2014-0 maintains the sporty aesthetic of classic Carrera timepieces while adding elegant touches, such as Rose Gold colored detailing that allows this timepiece to easily transition from day to night. With a 43 mm case size and a stainless steel bracelet, the Carrera 1887 Chronograph maintains the heritage of the Carrera line with plenty of modern updates.
Holland & Holland is one of the last traditional gunmakers in London and has a reputation of being one of the finest in the world. Their rifles and sporting shotguns are still handmade and considered to be some of the finest ever produced. Over the years, Holland & Holland has partnered with watchmakers to produce limited-edition timepieces for aficionados of the brand.
The Panerai Radiomir PAM 380 has a 45mm case with wire lugs, which are reminiscent of the original Radiomir design worn by the Royal Italian Navy divers of the 1930s. With the OP logo at 6 o’clock on the Sausage dial, large Arabic-style numerals, and a handsome crown, the PAM 380 has all the stylings of a classic Panerai timepiece.
Zenith has revolutionized its famed El Primero movement with the Defy El Primero 21. It is the first timepiece to utilize the Caliber El Primero 21 movement, which consists of two separate, but integrated systems. One for the normal time functions, and a second strictly for the chronograph. The skeletonized black ceramic case and exhibition case back allow for this impressive movement to be displayed on this modern marvel of a timepiece.
The Tourneau Vintage PVD Pilot Chronograph 7000 was produced for Tourneau, by Heuer in the 1970s. Based on the popular Heuer Pasadena, which drew its inspiration from the Porsche Design 7176 Chronograph, the Tourneau PVD Pilot Chronograph is a true tool watch with an iconic design.
The Panerai Radiomir Paneristi Venti PAM 2020 celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Paneristi forum, a site dedicated to the devoted followers and aficionados of all things Panerai. The PAM 2020 is limited to 1020 pieces and has an engraving dedicated to the Paneristi Forum at the 6 o’clock position on the dial, a “Venti” engraving on the case between the lugs at the 6 o’clock position, as well as an etching on the case back.
The Panerai Radiomir 3 Day Acciaio PAM 720 is a limited, special edition production of only 500 pieces. Designed after the original Ref 3646 from the early 1940s, the PAM 720 stays true to the original design of the Ref 3646 in case size, material, and crystal, and only differs from it in that it has text on the dial, as opposed to its counterpart, the PAM 721.
Dating to 1947, this Vintage Omega Chronograph Ref 2439 has a beautiful 14K Gold case and the legendary Calibre 321 movement. With its 3-register silver dial, applied gold indices, Omega logo and numeral at the 12 o’clock position, the Ref 2439 is a classic dress piece with a timeless aesthetic.
The Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39mm Dark Rhodium Ref 114300 is truly a watch for all occasions. With its sunburst pattern Rhodium dial, bright blue hour markers, 39mm case size, and Oyster bracelet, and water resistance to 100 meters, the 114300 easily transitions from day to night, as well as from sport to dress wear.
The iconic design of the Jaeger LeCoultre Grande Reverso Ultra Thin harkens back to the 1930s when polo players complained of their timepiece crystals being damaged or broken while playing. Jaeger LeCoultre came up with the idea and subsequently patented the Reverso design, to flip the watch face to a solid back, to protect the crystal. With a case thickness measuring only 7mm, the Grande Reverso Ultra Thin is a beautiful dress watch that wears comfortably on the wrist.
The Panerai Luminor Marina Militare PAM 673 is a special edition release of 1000 numbered pieces. The PAM 673 is based on the vintage Panerai reference 6152/1, which was originally designed for the Royal Italian Navy. Its design combines the historic details of vintage Panerai timepieces while having the mechanics of a modern timepiece.
The Omega Seamaster Professional 300M Chronometer is a versatile and modern timepiece. The 300M Chronometer 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.
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. Beginning in 1996, Tag Heuer decided to produce a re-edition of the iconic 1964 Heuer Carrera and continued to produce several re-edition models of the early Carrera timepieces for several years, including the WS2111.
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. With its easy-to-read, well-balanced, and race car instrument panel-inspired dial, the Carrera quickly became a popular classic among enthusiasts.
The Rolex Ladies Yachtmaster Ref 169623 is a highly versatile, two-toned 18K gold and stainless steel timepiece that easily transitions from casual to formal wear. With its polished stainless steel case, 18K gold bi-directional bezel, two-tone gold, and stainless steel polished bracelet, and eye-catching white dial with gold accents, the Ladies Yachtmaster is a sporty tool watch with the right amount of elegance.
The Panerai Radiomir 1940 Marina Militare Acciaio PAM 587 is a special edition release of 1000 numbered pieces. The PAM 587 is based on the vintage Panerai reference 6152/1, which was originally designed for the Royal Italian Navy. Its design combines the historic details of vintage Panerai timepieces while having the mechanics of a modern timepiece.
The Jaeger LeCoultre Master Perpetual 140.8.80S is an elegant, sleek timepiece with a very impressive and sophisticated complication. The Master Perpetual is a perpetual calendar featuring a mechanism that not only takes into account the length of the current month but also accounts for the 29th of February, each leap year. The displays on this timepiece include the month, day, date, year, decade, and moon phase. Once set, the automatic movement will not have to be adjusted to match the calendar year until the year 2100.
The IWC Portofino Automatic is an elegant timepiece, designed for everyday use. It has a stunning 18K gold case, which houses a Calibre 37521 movement. The white, vintage-inspired dial with roman numeral hour markers, wire lugs, and black alligator leather strap gives the Portofino it’s signature, timeless aesthetic.
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.
The Omega Speedmaster Professional 105.012 has a special place in history, as it was the first reference that would accompany the Apollo astronauts on the moon. The Speedmaster Ref 105.012 had several notable styling changes from previous models, including the addition of the moniker “Professional” on the dial, as well as the first crown guards on a Speedmaster case.
The Tudor Heritage Black Bay Date Steel & Gold draws its design inspiration from some of the earliest Tudor Dive watches. Its domed crystal, large winding crown, known as the Big Crown, as well as it’s snowflake design hands all are reminiscent of early 1970’s Tudor dive watches worn by the French National Navy.
With it’s polished case, eye-catching sunburst panda-style dial, the Breitling 815 Chronograph continues to be sought after by watch collectors. The Breitling 815 was nicknamed the “Long Playing”, because of it’s much longer power reserve for the era.
The Omega Sea Master 166.010 is an elegant, classic timepiece that wears beautifully for any occasion. It’s vintage yet modern styling enables it to transition with ease from formal to casual wear. The detail on the dial as well as the “beads of rice” bracelet add to the beauty of this timepiece.
The Oris Diver 65 Bronze has a unique, vintage appeal with modern horological technology. The stainless steel case with polished sides and brushed lugs create a beautiful housing for the bronze bezel insert to truly stand out. The Diver 65 has a domed sapphire crystal and rose gold accents on the dial, creating aesthetics that are classic and stylish.
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, sapphire crystal with cyclops for the date, and it’s steel tachymeter bezel, the 79280 has a sleek aesthetic that is both elegant and sporty.
The Seiko Kakume gets its name from the square-shaped sub-dials, as the translation of the Japanese word “kakume” in English is “square eyes”. The watch was designed both as an automatic and hand windable with a quickset for the day and date features, which was not common for early Seiko timepieces. The Kakume is an eye-catcher with its hefty stainless steel case and bracelet, colorful dial and tachymeter bezel.
The Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze inherits its design from the early Tudor Submariner timepieces, made for military use, in the mid-1960s. While being classic as well as contemporary in its appearance, the Black Bay Bronze is a unique timepiece with it’s aged look that will continue to develop its rich patina over time.
The Tudor Pelagos 25500TN was designed to be Tudor’s most robust dive watch. It’s titanium case and bracelet, rotating divers bezel, brilliant lume, helium release valve and water resistance to 500 meters make it a serious tool watch. The clean aesthetics and design are sporty as well as classic.
The Tudor Black Bay 41 is a sleek, contemporary watch, with a sporty, yet classic design. It’s stainless steel case and polished bezel showcase a stunning blue gloss dial, with lumed dot and dash hour markers, as well as snowflake hands. The Black Bay 41 is an elegant timepiece, that feels as good as it looks on the wrist.