Watches

  • Panerai Bronzo

    Panerai Bronzo

    A wristwatch truly deserving of work of art status, the Panerai Bronzo is also a feat of precision engineering. Like a fine leather jacket or a wonderful wooden furniture piece, the bronze case will change with age, while being water resistant to 300 meters and cloaked in lume for visibility in the dark.

     
  • Grovemade Black Watch 01

    Grovemade Black Watch 01

    There’s no middle ground, chances are you’ll either love or hate this most intriguing of wristwatches, but you can’t argue with its time-telling ingenuity. The unmistakable face of the Grovemade Black Watch 01 has been colored with Japanese calligraphy ink, above a black oxide finished stainless steel base. Opt for a black or tan strap.

     
  • PowerWatch X

    PowerWatch X

    The revolutionary PowerWatch X offers infinite ‘battery life’ thanks to thermoelectric–along with a little solar cell–technology that powers it via body heat. Time telling isn’t its only skill though, it measures heart rate, steps and calories and has a built-in GPS that all combine to track your training. Forged from aircraft-grade aluminum, syncs with your cell and water resistant to 660 feet.

     
  • Vero SW Watch

    Vero SW Watch

    A timeless timepiece for all occasions the Vero SW Watch has been designed to be the only one you need. Just as at home paired with a suit as with a surfboard, each stainless-steel case is assembled by hand and dials printed in house, all using premium, locally sourced materials that can stand up to all sorts of adventures. Yours in three styles, the movement is automatic and it’s water resistant to 660 feet.

     
  • The Top Three Rolex Submariner Models

    The Top Three Rolex Submariner Models

    In search of a new watch that that looks great and will rise in value? Here are timepieces with real investment potential. 1 The No Date Submariner The first reference on our list is the dateless, or “No Date”, Submariner.  Fun fact, when the Rolex Submariner debuted at Basel Fair 1954, it featured a time-only dial.  It wasn’t until the 1960s that the brand released the first Submariner with a date complication on the dial under ref. 1680.  In the …cotinue reading

     
  • Ressence Type 2

    Ressence Type 2

    Forget smartwatches, the Bluetooth-enabled Ressence Type 2 is genius. The revolutionary e-Crown design and app mean this knob-less timepiece will automatically sync with the local time zone, enabling you to also keep your home one thanks to a multi-face design, all set with a double-tap. The ultimate watch for those that travel, it’s powered by light energy and crafted using grade five titanium with a double-domed crystal over the face.