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Never overdo the bling – the quick­est way to ex­ude James Bond-like lev­els of suave is with one of these un­der­stated clas­sics

Australian T3 - - THE LORDS OF TIME -

Orolog OC1 Chrono­grap h

Want to side­step the clas­sic watch brands? Wear new Span­ish de­signer Jaime Hayon’s limited-edi­tion cre­ation. Us­ing leather from Her­més and a Swiss move­ment, it’s a bit spe­cial. $1,100, dezeen­watch­

Oris Arte­lier


Oris started out mak­ing alarm clocks way back in 1940, but this 19K rose gold dress piece with an au­to­matic move­ment is all style, no

snooze func­tion. $7,354, friend­so­

daniel welling­ton Clas­sic Ox­ford

A slim rose gold bezel, old-school tie-style strap and ef­fi­cient Ja­panese move­ment make for a ladies watch with yacht club ap­peal. $229,

Uni­form Wa res 351 se­ries e di­tion

The Lon­don-based style duo’s tough but

sleek lat­est has a PVD-coated ce­ramic bezel and a Ger­man­made, chainmail-like stain­less steel strap. $1,095, uni­

Drey­fuss & Co Re­serve de

Ma rche

To run like clock­work a

watch needs to be at least 30 per cent wound. The power re­serve dial on this stain­less steel

beaut keeps check. $3,145, drey­

Christop her Wa rd C9 HAR­RIS ON BIG DAY-DATE AUTO

Clin­i­cal el­e­gance, with sur­gi­cal-grade stain­less

steel and an in­tri­cate move­ment that cre­ates a de­cep­tively sim­ple

cal­en­dar. $985, christo­pher­

La nge & So hne Per­petua l Cal­en­dar Ter­raluna

Ideal for ly­can­thropes, the re­verse dis­plays the cur­rent phase of the moon along­side the move­ment. $273,600,

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