NEW C8 Pilot Revival Special Edition

Special edition.
Extraordinary value

Inspired by the original C8 Pilot (and with
the same logo), the C8 Pilot Revival Special Edition
boasts a 44m case and an authentic ‘B-Uhren’ dial.
Limited to 200 pieces. From  £495. $595. €595. C$795. S$795. CHF550. HK$4,695. A$795.

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Calibre SH21: Our own
5-Day Chronometer

Power, accuracy and reliability - guaranteed.

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Sealander: upgrade your wrist

The Sealander collection. Three go-anywhere, do-everything sports watches. Built for adventure. Engineered for accuracy. Priced for affordability.

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New releases
NEW C5 Malvern Revival Special Edition

A legend reborn – at
a price you’ll love

A much missed logo – on an authentic remix of our first ever watch. Same iconic design – with upgraded engineering and finishing. Limited to just 250 pieces.
From £495. $595. €595. C$795. S$795. CHF550. HK$4,695. A$795.

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C60 #tide: from  £895 $1,095 €1,150 C$1,450 S$1,450 CHF995 HK$8,550 A$1,450

Shore thing:
C60 #tide

A see-through sapphire dial embellished with lume for a neon-like glow after dark. A 42mm case that’s impossible to ignore. And a non-scratch ceramic diving bezel you can always rely on.

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C60 Trident: 600
reasons it’s an icon

Engineered to function at 600m. Perfect for the beach – and the boardroom. The C60 Trident Pro 600. The only dive watch you’ll ever need.

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To put premium watches within the reach of everyone

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Made in Switzerland

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Loupe Magazine

Sustainable as
standard

Traditional watchmaking is already an eco-friendly industry – and it’s only going to get better, says watch journalist Ken Kessler.

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