Another week down, another end to our constant trawling of Amazon's seemingly infinite pages of watches. In this week's instalment, we came across a handful of distinctly interesting, unique and altogether beautiful timepieces that we hope will pick your fancy. Enjoy!
Jaeger-LeCoultre Duomètre Unique Travel Time
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Duomètre Unique Travel Time is the quintessential horologist's dream. Engaging, captivating and unashamedly Jaeger, the Duomètre Travel Time is as appealing as it is revered.
If I could only have one Rolex, this would be it. The heavy duty, balls-to-the-wall, all-terrain rugged bit of exquisiteness that is the Rolex Sea-Dweller. Need I say more?
Blancpain Villeret Half Timezone
Complicated yet legible. Understated yet full of character. The Blancpain Villeret Half Timezone ticks the box of a watch that is more than a one trick pony, once you know what you are looking at.
Breitling Premier B15 Duograph 42
Breitling is enjoying a period of renaissance, where legendary pieces are reborn and reinvented. The Breitling Premier B15 Duograph 42 is a prime example of that direction. Clad in rose gold and featuring a stunning rattrapante, or split-second chronograph, the Breitling Premier B15 Duograph 42 is easily my pick of the week.
Clad in a unique combination of gold and titanium, the Girard-Perregaux Laureato is a wonderfully interesting and unique bit of kit from one of horology's most storied watchmakers.
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