What makes a fabulous dress watch is not as clear-cut as a diving
or chronograph timepiece. But with catwalks around the globe starring tuxedos
with trainers and knitted waistcoats with suit trousers, almost anything goes.
With everyone’s favourite secret
agent opting for the anything-but-traditional Omega
Seamaster with his tuxedo and Bradley Cooper wearing an IWC Big Pilot at the
Oscars, there could be a fair bit of rule-breaking going on.
Choosing the perfect timepiece to help you look your best
shouldn’t be the stuff of nightmares. There’s a luxury watch out there with
your name on it, so check out our suggestions for some slick wristwear that
will peek perfectly out from under a shirt cuff.
Cartier Tank Solo XL
If you’re after the ultimate suave look, it’s got to be one of the most iconic watches of all time – the Cartier Tank. With all the sophistication of a debonair supersleuth, the Tank Solo XL is our favourite here at Luxe Watches.
With an automatic Cartier 1847MC movement inside, it’s
surprisingly one of the brand’s most affordable mechanical watches for fellas.
This watch, despite the ‘XL’ tag is 31mm wide and 7.7mm thick.
There are a few variations of this timepiece available including
case in 18k pink gold and steel. We like this black
grained calfskin leather strap – the perfect companion for any sharp suit
teamed with matching leather belt and shoes.
A Lange & Sohne Saxonia Thin
Known for the fantastic fit of their watches, the Saxonia collection is on many a bucket list – and it’s clear to see why. The Saxonia Thin watch case, available in rose or white gold, is unimaginably thin and features a minimal dial and an exquisite exhibition case back to show off the incredible movement inside.
There are a few versions of this watch, but
the Saxonia Thin was introduced in 2016 and remains one of our favourites. The
dial is crafted from solid silver and graced
with solid-gold appliques, while the hands look impressive in rhodium gold.
Patek Philippe 5212A Calatrava
This timepiece, new for 2019, debuts a new calendar function that displays the week number as well as the day of the week. Its steel case measures 40mm wide and 11.8mm thick. The typography is what makes this watch, as it is based on the handwriting of a designer from the manufacturer.
Water resistant to 30 metres and with a handstitched brown
calfskin strap, the latest offering from Patek is a great
choice for many occasions.
IWC Automatic Chronograph
Based on the original 1930s design, this updated classic is the most coveted of the collection for a reason: its effortlessly elegant style and the precision of its 79350 calibre self-winding movement complete with 31 jewels.
With 44 hours power reserve and brown
alligator leather strap, this IWC is one to do business
New and preworn watches
If you’re in the market for a new or pre-loved luxury watch, we’re here to help. Here at our Essex boutique we stock a range of world-renowned brands
and can assist you in purchasing your dream timepiece – and if you want us to sell your watch or
track down something specific, we do that too.
Fifty unique watch lots to be auctioned off at a major charity
event have been unveiled.
Only Watch takes place on Saturday, November 9 at Geneva’s Four
Seasons Hotel des Bergues.
It’s the 8th edition of the biennnial bidding that will raise
vital funds into researching Duchenne muscular dystrophy – a devastating
genetic disorder characterised by progressive muscle degeneration and
But prior to the great sale, the luxury timepieces under the
hammer including those from renowned brands such as Audemars
Piguet, Briguet, Hublot, Patek Philippe and Richard
Mille will be on show around the world.
From 25 September until 9 November 2019, the
public can enjoy the display in 10 different cities including New York, Dubai
and Paris, with the tour starting in Monaco at its Yacht Show.
52 watch brands will offer unique watches that
can be accessed nowhere else with Christie’s the auctioneer of choice.
Among the 50 showpieces are these beauties:
With a 45 mm
classic fusion case, this dazzling Hublot Classic Fusion Tourbillon Sapphire
Orlinski timepiece boasts a white gold bezel, set with 54 baguette-cut topazes.
Entirely transparent, it reveals open work to show off the intricate gears,
tourbillon cage and power reserve.
This black and orange RM 11-03 McLaren Prototype will be on the wishlist of every Grand Prix
The titanium pushers fitted to the Carbon TPT® case echo the
design of the distinctive headlights of the McLaren 720S. Titanium inserts,
similar in shape to the iconic McLaren F1’s air-intake snorkel and bearing the
famous logo, adorn the bezel. Barrel winding is ensured by a variable geometry
rotor that enables personalised winding adjusted to the wearer’s activity
level, further evidence of Richard Mille’s characteristic attentiveness.
The 6300A Grandmaster Chime Steel is set to be the most
expensive watch ever auctioned at Only Watch. The most complicated offering
ever from Patek is a direct descendant of the Grandmaster Chime but with a
stainless steel case and a pink dial – and is expected to attract multi-million
With only a couple of watches in this collection produced
each year, costing around £1.7 million in white gold, there is expected to be a
frenzy amongst collectors.
Louis Vuitton x Anita Porchet – Escale Spin Time Only Watch
Speake-Marin London 92 Only Watch
Luc Pettavino, president of the Association Monégasque Contre les Myopathies, who lost his own son
Paul to the disease, said: “I am grateful to all
the watchmaking groups and independent brands participating in this 2019 Only
Watch edition demonstrating dedication and heart through their creativity and
craftmanship for this year’s auction which promises to be, once again,
“With Only Watch everyone creates beauty to do good, meaning in this case supporting the work of dozens of researchers around the world, financing studies, purchasing material, creating biotech companies in the chemistry and biology sector… to bring this science to the clinic and one day maybe to find a cure.”
If our experts can help you find a particular new or preworn watch, contact us at our Essex boutique on 0203 397 1596 and we will do our utmost to track it down for you.
It’s that time of year
again: Strawberries and cream, celebrity spotting and random grunts and groans
are all part of the world’s favourite tennis tournament.
Monday (July 1) sees
the first day of Wimbledon commence and spectators, who have tried in vain to
clinch tickets to watch their heroes grace Centre Court, are more than ready
for the competition.
But it’s not all about
amazing aces and vicious volleys as the sports event has seen its fair share of
fashion faux pas – as well as some true suave and sophistication.
Here we take a look
what the stars love to wear on their wrists.
The Spaniard, who ranks No.2 in the world, loves a manual winding Richard Mille 27-03 and was spotted wearing it as he collected the French Open trophy. The striking red and yellow timepiece pays homage to Rafa’s homeland while the upper bridge depicts a bull – the symbol of Spain.
A great choice for the sportsman, the main innovation of this watch is the ability of the tourbillion calibre to withstand shock of up to 10,000g’s. And there’s a power reserve of 70 hours means it’s reliable for those endless set battles.
But fans of the star and his wrist wear will struggle to get their hands on one of these as there were only 50 ever made available.
Tennis – Australian Open – Men’s Singles Final – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, January 27, 2019. Serbia’s Novak Djokovic poses with his trophy after winning the match against Spain’s Rafael Nadal. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
partnership with Seiko has been running since 2014 when the talented tennis ace
switched from Audemars Piguet to the
Japanese giant. Since then he managed to cling onto the top world ranking for
28 consecutive months and claimed nine Grand Slams.
Seiko helps assist the Novak Djokovic Foundation and released a collection of watches with young people in mind, carrying the foundation name and message. Novak is often seen on and off the court wearing a few varieties of Seiko, including his Premier Kinetic Perpetual and Sportura chronographs.
He tends not to wear it on court but is likely to be spotted wearing the newest version – the Novak Djokovic Premier Astron Limited Edition 2018 watch.
The mighty American powerhouse tends to admire Audemar Piguet watches. The star, who has been the brand ambassador since 2014, has worn many variations of the classic Royal Oak Offshore including rose gold and stainless steel versions both on and off court.
The 37-year-old mum caught the attention of style gurus everywhere when, along with her husband, Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian, wore his and hers watches at the 2019 Met Gala – hers a diamond-encrusted Royal Oak while he opted for the CODE 11:59 Automatic Chronograph.
If you fancy taking to the seas this summer, you’ll want to check out the best nautical watches on offer.
Whether you’re going to be speeding round a regatta or casually lingering at the bar with a cocktail in hand, you’ll want to be seen with one of the best sailing watches round your wrist. Here we reveal the best companions to accompany every yacht lover out on the waves.
Rolex Yacht Master 42
The waterproof qualities of this model make it the ideal watch for sailing as its Oysterflex bracelet offers a great alternative to metal, which could suffer in the rain and water. Easily attachable to the watch case, safety is guaranteed via an Oysterlock safety clasp by a flexible titanium and nickel alloy metal blade.
Offering brilliant accuracy, its functional bezel allows the wearer to calculate the sailing time between two buoys – crucial in the timepiece’s distinctive identity. Its blade is incredibly resistant to environmental effects.
One of the most attractive aspects of the watch is the distinctive dial, characterised by 18ct gold hour markers. Like every Rolex, the dial has been created by hand by its in-house team to ensure perfection.
Tag Heuer Aquaracer
One of the most popular timepieces in regatta circles is this
trusty favourite from 1982. The Tag Heuer Aquaracer offers an understated
but pleasing black or dark blue dial without unnecessary complications.
The Aquaracer chronograph boasts high-tech pressure-resistant casing to protect your watch during an intense ocean voyage and if you really fancied it, the ability to time your deep-sea diving down to the last 1/100th of a second.
With several sports watch functions including faceted hour and minute hands with green and blue luminescent markers, you can enjoy adventuring into the night.
Ulysse Nardin Marine Regatta
Meticulously designed kinematics ensure the next offering is incredibly precise. In many watches, a sailor will stop a countdown at the crossing line and then start the chronograph. The Swiss Ulysse Nardin Marine Regatta watch is designed to automatically flick from countdown to chronograph.
Making its debut at SIHH 2017, the watch even had two professional yachtsmen (Loïck Peyron and Iain Percy from the Swedish Artemis Racing team) to help design it.
With a bi-directional chronograph counter, the watch automatically begins timing a race once the countdown is complete, thereby eliminating the need to hit the restart button exactly when the race begins.
Having made marine chronometers since 1846, Ulysse Nardin is the name you need when it comes to practicality.
Omega Seamaster Diver 300m Chronograph
When it comes to the watch most loved by
Britain’s favourite secret agent, the Omega Seamaster Diver is up there with
the best. Relied upon by divers for its precision timing in and out of the
water, the first edition of this model was launched in the late 1940s for the
French Navy Seals.
Since then, the watch has seen upgrades and it now features bold colours and new functions to offer suave style.
Last year saw a revised version of the James Bond watch released with a larger case, ceramic dial and engraved wave patterns made available in several distinct shades. This year Omega is expanding the collection with a stunning white ceramic dial.
Whether you require basic functions or more high-tech capabilities, every sailor has a perfect watch in mind, with water resistance, clear display and ease of use making the top three in most buyers’ lists. If you need help to find the perfect timepiece to keep you safe at sea, contact our sales team today. We sell new and pre-worn luxury watches online and from our Essex boutique.
A controversial, flawed, genius… the legend of Diego
Maradona has followed him from the streets of Buenos Aires to the heights of
the World Cup trophy.
The Argentinean master is still regarded by many a certain generation as the greatest footballer to ever play the beautiful game despite countryman Lionel Messi’s attempts to usurp the squat maestro.
modern Messi nets with either foot regularly, Diego was unusually, truly a
one-footed technician; his left boot as smooth as the sweeping minute hand of a
the release of a new film on June 14, ‘Diego Maradona’ directed by Asif Kapadia
of ‘Senna’ and ‘Amy’ fame, the man who broke English hearts with his Hand of
God goal in 1986 is back in the spotlight.
many won’t appreciate that as well as the cracking strikes, cocaine and
controversy, Maradona is a lover of a classic piece of wristwear.
You may have noticed that wherever he goes, Maradona can be spotted wearing a watch on both wrists. Why? He likes to know the local time, as well as the time in his homeland, Argentina, wherever he may be in the world. Kind of sweet, hey?
who last played for his home country in 1994, has been wearing two identical
watches at the same time, since 2004.
To celebrate the
impending start of FIFA World Cup Russia 2018, Swiss watchmaker Hublot asked
what makes a champion and picked its 13 ambassadors to answer.
“To become a champion,
you must never give up or stop practicing,” Diego Maradona’s portrait reads.
“The most important thing: respect your parents, as they are your best
The Hublot King
Power Maradona Limited Edition is a stunning piece and comes in two versions
The case is 48mm wide and the matte black ceramic case looks slick against the
skeleton-style dial. But the best feature is Maradona’s signature and number 10
on the dial, while his famous victory pose is on the rear.
Maradona is also a fan of Rolex and has been spotted wearing two stainless steel Daytonas on many an occasion.
He’s also been
spotted wearing a Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner watch.
And with such terrific taste, it means
that the Italian tax men have enjoyed recouping some of almost $40 million that
he owes in taxes from when he played for Napoli. Amongst the haul of
goods they seized, including his signature diamond earring, they took two Rolex
watches worth around 11,000 Euros.
While you may not have the funds to sport two beautiful luxury watches, we can certainly help you find one you’ll love here at our Essex boutique. We stock brand new and pre-worn watches from world-renowned brands including Hublot, Rolex, Cartier and Patek Philippe. And if you do have a watch to sell – or a pair for that matter – we’d be happy to help.
He may not have cherished your milk bottle top necklace enough to wear it to work but your dad is certain to take a shine to a luxury watch this Father’s Day. (June 16) With lots of fabulous new offerings out there, especially since Swatch Group (including Omega, Blancpain and more) pulled out of Baselworld and instead held a Time to Move exhibition, you’re bound to find the perfect watch to suit your old man. Here are a few of our favourites…
If you love him to the moon and back, you’re in luck as this year marks the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s lunar landing and with it comes a beautiful, limited edition Omega Speedmaster. However you might have to do a little more than cross your fingers to get hold of one as the latest model is limited to just 6,969 timepieces. But with its 42mm steel case and black ceramic bezel, it’s sure to be in demand.
If dad sees himself as a bit of a smooth operator, he’ll love a version of the watch donned by Britain’s favourite secret agent.
Having been around since the 1950s and with loads of improvements over the years, such as the depth you can dive to whilst wearing it, the Rolex Submariner is definitely to be relied upon, especially if you don’t want to mess about with batteries. And if it’s durability, reliability and sell-on value he’d want, this is a sure bet.
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M watch
If Dad likes to think he’s a trendsetter he’ll love the return of the bright orange bezel featured on an Omega watch 14 years ago. With a 43.5mm steel case and crisp white dial, the new Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M is certainly attractive wristwear.
With a helium escape valve at 10 o’clock and vivid numbers 6, 9 and 12, this watch is a great shout for a more vivacious personality.
Breitling Navitimer 1 Automatic 41
A new take on a
timeless classic from Breitling, this is a contemporary watch for a
sophisticated old man. Fitted with Breitling’s famous circular
slide rule, a distinctive beaded bezel, and a three-hand charcoal dial with a 6
o’clock window, it is set off perfectly by a striking 18k red gold case. And
for the dad who likes to get around, the hands are coated with Super-LumiNova®,
a luminescent material that allows for super legibility in all light
conditions. This watch comes with a stylish black strap or the stainless steel
If you simply can’t choose the best
timepiece for your dad, then let our time-served experts here at Luxe Watches
help. We sell world-renowned new and pre-worn watches and will even try our
hardest to track down the perfect model if we don’t have it here in stock at our Essex boutique.
Lambs are leaping,
flowers are flourishing and the warm weather has finally made its way to the British
isles. Yes, Spring has sprung. And with it comes the urge for a good old clear
out. It’s time to organise your watches and decide what can be cleaned, swapped
out and sold to refresh your collection.
Clean your watches
Aside from going diving or popping into the swimming pool on
holiday, when was the last time your watch saw water? Timepieces do need to be
properly maintained to keep them looking smart and that means a good clean.
All you need is some warm soapy water and a soft cloth to get
your bracelet looking new. A cotton bud will easily remove any tiny particles
of sand or other bits of dust that got trapped.
You can take your watch to most jewellers and they will clean it
for you but be sure to tell them if you don’t want the case to be polished.
With everything nice
and clean you should consider if your watches are stored in the best place they
can be. Timepieces do not like to be stored in bright sunlight or humid
conditions so it’s best to keep them in the dark to keep them in good nick.
Your watches should also be sorted by their type so that you can easily lay your hands on that trusty Rolex Daytona. Watches could be organised by occasion to make things easier.
Swap or sell
It could be that
you’ve got a neglected Omega
Seamaster lurking at the back
of your wardrobe but like clothes, have you got watches you haven’t worn for
some time? If you haven’t worn a watch in six months, you should move it to the
front of your collection to give yourself the chance to pick it. By rotating
your watches you can wear ones you had forgotten all about.
If you can’t see
yourself wearing a watch again and have simply kept it because it was gifted or
seemed a bargain at the time, it may be time to part-exchange it here at Luxe
Now everything is clean and you’ve decided what to keep or sell,
it’ll be clear to see which watches you wear most, what you used to like and
what you’d really love but are missing from your collection. A
spring clean is the best opportunity to make an inventory and decide which
watches need to go.
If you have a black tie event and a swish Rolex Submariner would really set off your suit, this will be immediately apparent after your clean up. Maybe you need a yellow gold bracelet to match your wedding band? Now you know what to look for next time there’s an auction coming up or you get the chance to do a spot of luxury shopping.
We all know it can be
hard to let go. But all the cleaning and organising may be exactly what you need
to do to finance your dream dial. Watches are meant to be worn and loved – and
if they’re not, it’s time to make some cash and let them find a new home.
If you’d like us to sell an existing
your behalf our team is more than happy to help. We also offer part-exchange
and can offer brilliant finance deals to help you on your way. You’re sure to
find a treasured new or preworn timepiece in our vast collection of the world’s
favourite luxury brands.
Whether you own a rare Rolex Daytona or a vintage Tank Louis Cartier, keeping your timepiece in good condition is paramount if you hope to hand it down to a family member or sell it on. Light, water and dust are among the many enemies of watches, so read on for some top tips for keeping your timepiece in a prime state.
Avoid bright light, humidity and dust
Humidity is the ultimate saboteur when it comes to watches. Dampness that gets into watches can create rusty movements and damaged dials. Not all watches are waterproof but even the ones that are, should not be exposed to these conditions for long periods of time.
Bright light is another condition that should be avoided especially where dials are black as these can fade to chocolate brown shades. However it should be noted that in some cases these dials can become more valuable as unusual ageing can increase value.
Wear valuable watches with caution
After spending potentially thousands on a luxury watch you’ll want to ensure it is worn under the right conditions. Generally speaking, the older the watch the more sensitive it is to humidity. Screw-down case backs are more resistant to keeping out water, oil and dust. Vintage chronographs with square pushers are more prone to humidity.
Maintain original finish
It’s essential to maintain a watch’s original finish. Watchmakers may be tempted to polish a watch but this can alter the metal’s surface, remove metal and alter the original bevels, which can damage a watch’s value and reduce interest of collectors. Repeat polishing can cause the lugs to become uneven which can be unpleasant on the eye.
It’s crucial that dials remain original where possible. It’s likely that watches from the 1930s or 40s were painted with radium to improve the luminosity. Removing this can reduce the value and the same goes for dials and bezels.
Keep original bracelets
Original bracelets are of increasing value to collectors as they are extremely rare. Sometimes they provide important aesthetic features, such as those made for Rolex and Patek Philippe. Moisture can affect the appearance of a leather strap, so make sure that it does not come into contact with water, fragrance or oil.
Look after movements
Movements need to be kept in excellent working order. Only skilled technicians should be trusted with your precious timepiece as they are able to properly disassemble a watch, as well as clean re-lubricate the parts and adjust the timing.
You should have your watch serviced every few years by a reputable specialist. Watches worn regularly should be serviced at least every three years. Chronographs, which are more complex, need more detailed attention if used frequently.
Many manufacturers provide in-house services and here at Luxe Watches, we specialise in servicing. It is always a good idea to seek out a watchmaker who is endorsed by the brand.
Read online reviews to ensure you find a reliable one. Prior to a service you should inform the watchmaker if you don’t want parts replaced or the watch polished. These types of changes can drastically alter the watch value and are often irreversible.
Watches should always be insured as they make excellent targets for house burglars and pickpockets. Storing these items in a safe is a good option.
When buying your watch you should keep a note of the serial number so it can be traced if stolen. You should also take close-up photos of your watch – especially any small scratches or marks that would make it easily identifiable.
The British royal family is worth half a
billion dollars and bring in countless tourists to the country. With that amount
of money jingling round you might expect to see a glimpse of some of the rarest
or most expensive timepieces in the world, however, it’s actually rare to see
one of the royals wearing a watch.
Whether that’s because they don’t want to be seen squandering taxpayers’ money on luxury items or they don’t want to be papped checking out the time at a dull event is unknown.
But with new baby Archie Harrison on the scene, we take a look at some of the watches he might be in line to inherit.
Dad Harry’s Breitling Aerospace
Archie’s dad, Prince Harry, was spotted wearing this smart timepiece at the Invictus Games. The watch, which features a titanium bracelet, black dial and superquartz movement, is water resistant to 100m and has a unidirectional rotating bezel. Available at around £2000, this Breitling is a fairly modest purchase for the royal but is suitable for pilots, which could be the attraction.
Mum Meghan’s Cartier Tank Francaise
If you’ve often wondered what watch Meghan Markle wears, we have the answer. From the Tank Francaise collection, the newest royal wife has been spotted wearing this Cartier timepiece which features a breathtaking array of brilliant-cut diamond hour markers, on a number of occasions. She bought the £3,400 watch after learning she would be appearing in the third series of Suits and even had it engraved with a message to pass onto her children.
An elegant Swiss piece for the latest royal bride, it also features a synthetic blue cabochon spinel at the crown and smooth bezel, making it the perfect accompaniment for any royal outfit.
Uncle Wills’ Omega Seamaster
It’s believed that Prince William’s Omega Seamaster quartz 300m was a gift from his late mother, Princess Diana. A classic vintage timepiece which will appreciate well, the timepiece looks impressive with any suit and is suitable for any occasion. It was also the watch he wore when he married Kate Middleton in 2011.
His watch, favoured by James Bond, features a date dial, a chronometer, a screw-in crown, a unidirectional rotating bezel, and a helium-escape valve. The dial is covered with sapphire crystal and is scratch-resistant, while the wristband is made from stainless steel.
Aunty Kate’s Cartier Ballon Bleu
Like her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton is also a fan of Cartier and is frequently spotted sporting her medium-sized Cartier Ballon Bleu in public.
Cartier produces the watch in a range of sizes and different movements including quartz and mechanical versions. Her version is made of steel and sized at 36mm wide.
Parmigiani Fleurier is the future king’s watch house of choice. His smart chronograph is often tucked discreetly beneath his shirt cuff. The watch boasts a chronograph that can more than keep up with the royal’s days out as hidden away inside the 39mm, 18k rose gold case is the ever-reliable Zenith El Primero Automatic Caliber.
Here at Luxe Watches we’re here to help you feel regal. We sell new and pre-worn luxury timepieces from the world’s finest brands. Our customer service team will help you find a watch to suit your budget and even help you sell your Rolex or other branded timepiece. Call us today on 0203 397 1596 to arrange a viewing.
A number of brands are marking
major milestones this year, with special editions to celebrate significant
anniversaries. With limited editions aimed at brand fans and collectors who
want something quite special, you’d be proud and lucky to acquire one of these
unusual watches. Here we take a look at some of the offerings for 2019:
There’s one timepiece that fans can’t wait to get hold of as 2019 commemorates 50 years since the first moon landing. A one-off gold Speedmaster Apollo Anniversary limited edition watch is to be launched by Omega.
This timepiece is modelled on a watch that was presented to the 1969 astronauts at a dinner following the mammoth event. The caseback of the 18k gold watch with deep red bezel, had the following inscription: ‘To mark man’s conquest of space with time through time, on time.’
But to own one of these beauties is as tricky as the task they celebrate as only 1,014 will be made.
After Berlin Wall fell, Walter Lange, the
great-grandson of A. Lange and Söhne company founder, Ferdinand Adolph Lange,
joined forces with entrepreneur Günter Blümlein, to create stunning timepieces
that the brand could be proud of.
The company presented its first
four watches in Dresden in October 1994. Among them was the Lange 1, which
became an instant hit due to its asymmetrical dial design and oversized date.
The design was commended for many awards and was beyond years for its innovation. In fact, the watch is still synonymous with the brand’s incredible skills today and has helped put A.Lange and Sohne back on the map.
This year celebrates a quarter of a century since the vision became reality and four watches were created, one of which was called Lange 1. The Lange 1 ‘25th anniversary’ model features recesses, deep-blue numerals, markers, date numerals and steel hands. By the end of this year there will be 10 anniversary models of the Lange 1 watch.
The new 45 mm Pilot Type 20 Chronograph
Trinidad Edition helps
Zenith mark the golden anniversary of its legendary El Primero chronograph
movement this year. But it’s also the golden celebration for the Trinidad
The striking watch comes in rose, yellow and white gold with brown dials. The case back is engraved with the Trinidad 50th Anniversary logo.
There’s only one problem with getting your hands on one of these stunners – they are rare in the UK and sales are prohibited in USA.
If you’re looking to invest
in a luxury watch, whether new or pre-worn, we are here to assist. Our experts
will help you make an informed decision about your next purchase and endeavour to track down a watch you’d love to own but
have failed to track down. We also offer part exchange and unrivalled finance deals so contact us today.