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Titanic Steampunk Black Watch By Romain Jerome
Officially certified and guaranteed, RJ-Romain Jerome has used their expertise to transform coal, steel and rust into integral parts of each timepiece. The rusted steel bezel is a combination of two metals separated by a century of time. Rust was once an enemy of the industry but now RJ has devised an unique process to stop the rust corroding any further-a first in the watchmaking industry. Original coal dust has been skillfully and expertly applied onto the dial to give it a deep dark hue with a charred texture. The dial itself features hands inspired by the Titanic’s anchor and the counters on steam engine dials. Fittingly limited to 2,012 pieces.
Grand Daddy DZ7262 Watch by Diesel
This mega-oversized limited edition timepiece features four chronographs for when one watch isn’t enough. The laser crystal and pyramid texture dial set this big and bold watch apart.
Braun DW30 Digital Watch
Braun Men’s Square 24 Hour Digital LCD Watch features a black leather band and thick matte stainless steel case.
White Dial Kendrick Watch by Xetum
The Kendrick collection features bold automotive inspired dials, paired with nylon or rubber straps – a distinctive new look for the Xetum collection.
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Watch
Featuring Omega’s Co-axial mechanism, these COSC chronometer certified mens automatic watches are a testament to quality, elegance, and precision worthy of boasting George Clooney, Michael Phelps, and James Bond as their ambassadors.
Hubert has designed the Plicate with details in mind. The pleats on the underside of the strap allow the flow of air between the watch strap and the wearers wrist to prevent the build up of dirt, while the strap fastening uses a popper clasp, more commonly found on festival wrist bands, to allow for a secure closure.
The Faceless Watch
Blending seamlessly into the watch’s stainless steel links, the four disguised LED sets are only detected when they illuminate to form 9/16″ H red digital numbers at the press of a button. The top row displays the hour and the lower row the minute; the press of a button switches the view to month and day.
Past Present Future Watch
Sometimes we need to be reminded to live in the present, and not be worried by what is in the past and what lies ahead in the future. Through its clever design, the Past, Present and Future watch by Daniel Will-Harris only displays the present time thus forcing you to only focus on what is happening in the now, in this very moment.
Celeste Chrome Watch by Ziiiro
The Celeste combines the beauty of color and form by display time using two transparent colored discs. Overlapping both discs creates an array of stylish blue and grey. The main theme is minimalism, so there are no distracting elements in the design, and after a short time you will acquire a feel for reading the time.
Tsovet SVT-GR44 Watch
Effortlessly observed under the refined sapphire crystal are sandwiched dial layers, distinct matte finish indicator hands with luminous time function and bold numerical representations. Each time piece is accompanied by a book that commemorates Chip Ganassi Racing teams 145 wins from 1994 to 2011. The commemorative book and limited edition time piece are presented in a custom designed, carbon-fiber wrapped wooden display box.
This Reveal Watch has been called a mystery watch and a watch of unique characteristics. Whatever you call it, this is by far a cool and unusual timepiece that has a stainless steel mesh or leather band. The mesh band is made of a high quality fine mesh stainless steel, electroplated so the color won’t wear off even after years of use.
Luminox 1879.BO Stainless-Steel Analog Bezel Watch
This striking watch from Luminox commands attention through its relentlessly severe monochromaticism. The covert blackout design minimizes reflections, along with anti-reflective coating on the crystal.
Looking for a way to tell time that makes people do a double take (or better yet, leave you alone)? Tell ’em it’s half-past the square root of 144, or quarter-past one to the 9th power. The Equation Watch is a fun watch for the math geek or teacher in your life. The classic black design looks good dressed up or down and matches pretty much everything in your wardrobe. A perfect watch for a math geek or teacher.
Concrete Watch by Dzmitry Samal
“Watchmaking, as I see is more than just a time measuring mechanism. It is the main male jewellery and should reflect the personality and strenght of its owner. I chose concrete, a noble, modern, honest and robust material, the stuff our megapolis are made of. My watches tell the story of an alliance of French creativity and Swiss technical performance, innovating in a field that has never been explored in watchmaking before.My designs are sophisticated in their simplicity and plainly contemporary…” Dzmitry Samal
Suunto Core Alu Watch
The outdoor watch combines easy-to-use outdoor features (altimeter, barometer & compass) in a range of stylish design options.
Golden Bridge Watch by Corum
When it comes to the surprisingly simple style of Corum’s famous Golden Bridge Men’s 18kt watch, the answer is a resounding “Yes!” For the man who doesn’t mind standing out in a crowd, this watch has a mode that is unmatched. It’s eye-catching without being obnoxious. Accurate without being ordinary. With a ground-breaking design that dates back to 1980, The Golden Bridge is proof of Corum’s technical mastery of watchmaking style.
Redesigned yet fully reminiscent of the original, this version features a bold, visually dominant tonneau-shaped case made of 18K rose gold. At the center, supporting the entire hand-engraved movement is a bridge also made of 18K gold. There, you’ll find the mainspring, gear train, and escapement seemingly floating with nothing but air on either side.
Jacob Jensen Chronograph Watch
This chronograph’s award-winning design is simple and uncluttered, featuring chronograph and traditional watch functions.
Time Traveller Watch by Mr Jones Watches
The watch uses 16 landmark buildings to mark the time in different regions. You can read the local time by looking at the landmark building in your city or time-zone. For example, if you’re in London, then you use Big Ben as your hour hand; in Paris you look to the Eiffel Tower, and in New York you use the Statue of Liberty. A pigeon, the universal city dweller marks the minutes.
The Time Traveler Watch uses a 24-hour mechanism, which means the hour hand makes one rotation in 24 hours. This means you read it slightly differently from a regular (12 hour) watch: The upper semi-circle marks the hours from 6am to 6pm. When the hour hand is pointing horizontal left (9 o’clock on a regular watch) this corresponds to 6am. 12 noon is centre top and horizontal right is 6pm (3 o’clock on a 12 hour watch). The lower semi-circle marks the hours from 6pm back to 6am, with centre bottom marking midnight.