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  • SOLD Omega Seamaster Professional 300m

    SOLD Omega Seamaster Professional 300m

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    1957 saw the release of the Omega Seamaster Professional and since then it has seen many reinventions and alterations, however the purpose of the range has always stayed the same, to be the divers’ watch of choice. The uni-directional bezel of the Seamaster Professional 300M is characterised by its unique scalloped edge, inspired by the uneven beauty of the surface of the ocean.

    This stainless steel midsize Omega Seamaster Professional 300M is suitable for both ladies and gentlemen at 36mm. Its blue dial features a date aperture and luminous batons with a stainless steel bracelet. This watch features a quartz battery-powered movement and was originally purchased in 2001.

  • SOLD Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT Master II

    SOLD Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT Master II

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    The Rolex GMT Master was introduced in 1955 with the needs of international pilots in mind. When Concorde was performing its final test flights in the 1960s both test pilots were wearing GMT-Masters, the era of supersonic flight had begun with the Rolex GMT-Master. 2005 marked the release of the GMT Master II with its rotatable 24-hour bezel and separate 24-hour hand making it suitable for the most active of travellers.

    This gentleman’s stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT Master II is on a stainless steel Oyster bracelet. Its blue and black ceramic bezel compliments the plain black dial with date window and ‘Cyclops’ lens. The 40mm case houses an automatic self-winding movement.

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  • SOLD TAG Heuer Aquaracer Alarm

    SOLD TAG Heuer Aquaracer Alarm

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    Based on the TAG Heuer 2000 Series the Aquaracer range is the perfect harmony of comfort, precision and functionality. The TAG Heuer Aquaracer is in its element when it is being pushed to the limit, and stands by its mantra of featuring TAG Heuer’s six essential characteristics.

    This gentleman’s TAG Heuer Aquaracer is fitted on a stainless steel bracelet and has a 39mm case which houses a battery-powered quartz movement. The black dial features date and alarm function. In accordance with TAG Heuer’s six essential characteristics, the watch is water resistant to 300 metres and features a uni-directional bezel. This watch was originally purchased in 2014 and is complete with original box and papers.

  • SOLD Omega Constellation

    SOLD Omega Constellation

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    The Constellation has been one of Omega’s main collections since its creation in 1952. The style we are familiar with today however, wasn't designed until thirty years later, in 1982. The iconic ‘griffes’ and roman-numeral-engraved bezel, which make it instantly recognisable are still present to this day and add to its enduring appeal.

    This lady’s bi-colour Omega Constellation ‘95 has a quartz, battery-powered movement. The bezel is set with 30 round brilliant cut diamonds and the mother of pearl dial has gold coloured markers with luminous inlay. It has its box and papers, though the guarantee card is not completed. We are unable to accurately date this watch, however we do know that this model was in production from 1996.

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  • SOLD Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m

    SOLD Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m

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    2005 marked the launch of Omegas Planet Ocean range paying homage to Omega’s dive watch heritage. On first appearance the Planet Ocean may seem like a simple, stylish piece, however this is a serious piece of equipment with functionality it’s foremost objective. The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m is water resistant to 600m and features a helium escape valve and the Co-Axial calibre 8500 movement is chronometer certified.

    This Seamaster Planet Ocean has scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and features a black dial with date aperture. The black ceramic unidirectional bezel is mounted on a 45.5mm case with a stainless steel bracelet. The Omega calibre 8500 within the watch is an automatic co-axial self-winding movement and can be seen through a transparent caseback.

  • SOLD Rado Sintra

    SOLD Rado Sintra

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    Rado’s story starts in 1917 but it is the early 1960’s that brings about the iconic ‘Original’ watch and Rado’s use of high-tech materials. Their catalogue of materials, which have helped them gain many awards for their innovative designs, reads unlike any other watch brand. The Sintra family began in 1993 and its design has changed very little since, its purpose to serve as a functional, comfortable yet stylish timepiece.

    This gentleman’s Rado Sintra has a platinum coloured high-tech ceramic bracelet and case, with a full-covering sapphire crystal. It is a ‘Jubilee’ model having 4 diamonds at the quarter markers of the blue dial. The movement is battery-powered quartz, with date and second hand. It was purchased in 2008 and has the original box and papers.

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  • SOLD TAG Heuer Aquaracer 500

    SOLD TAG Heuer Aquaracer 500

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    The TAG Heuer Aquaracer collection, created in 2004, evolved from the original ‘Professional Sports Watch’ – the 2000 Series. This was the first watch to have the famous 6 features essential to a sports watch, the cornerstone of TAG Heuer’s sporting DNA. These features included 200 metres water resistance, sapphire crystal glass and uni-directional elapsed-time bezel, all of which are still essential elements of any sports watch.

    This gentleman’s TAG Heuer Aquaracer 500 has a titanium case with a black, titanium carbide finish and a black rubber uni-directional bezel and is 500m water resistant. The calibre 16 automatic chronograph movement has 30 minute and 12 hour registers and a date, the sapphire crystal glass featuring a date magnifying bubble. It has its original box and paperwork and was purchased from us in 2012.

  • SOLD Breitling Navitimer

    SOLD Breitling Navitimer

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    One of the most instantly recognisable watches in the world, the Breitling Navitimer has certainly stood the test of time, changing very little since its creation in 1952. With its iconic slide rule bezel, the Navitimer was originally designed to aid pilots to perform navigation-related calculations and is still used today. It is the world’s oldest mechanical chronograph still in production and is also the first wrist chronograph to be worn in space.

    This Breitling Navitimer has a stainless steel case with a leather strap fitted with a stainless steel deployment/folding clasp. The movement is the calibre Breitling 23 automatic chronometer chronograph with 30 minute and 12 hour registers. The turning bezel features a slide rule calculator. This watch has its original box and papers and was purchased from us in 2004.

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  • SOLD Omega Seamaster Professional 300m

    SOLD Omega Seamaster Professional 300m

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    Since its reinvention in 1995, the Omega Seamaster Professional has long been associated with James Bond and to this day is affectionately known as the ‘Bond Watch’. Available in differing sizes, dial colours and movements, its appeal has always been broad and the attributes of a professional diver’s tool have enabled this watch to stand the test of time.

    This watch is on a stainless steel bracelet and is slightly smaller in size at 36.25mm. It has a quartz, battery powered movement with time-zone adjustment and end-of-life (EOL) battery indicator. It dates from 1997 and has its original box and paperwork.

  • SOLD Rolex Datejust Oyster Perpetual

    SOLD Rolex Datejust Oyster Perpetual

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    In the history of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual two key dates stand out. 1926 marked the launch of the Rolex Oyster with its screw down case back, crown and bezel for protection against water and dust. 1931 was the year Rolex invented the world’s first automatic self-winding mechanism with perpetual rotor. These innovations combined to create a watch that has changed very little over the decades, and is still today one of the most recognisable watches in the world.

    This lady’s stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual is on an Oyster bracelet. Its 26mm case houses an automatic self-winding movement. Its silver coloured baton dial compliments the watch’s simplicity perfectly. The watch is dated from its serial number to 1998.

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