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20. Hamilton Ventura Elvis80 Auto

Circular watches are for, well… squares. If you’re looking for something alittle different check out Hamilton’s Ventura range. This timepiece looks likea 1950s interpretation of a futuristic watch, and we love it.If you hadn’t guessed from the name, this model pays tribute to the King ofRock and Roll himself, Elvis Presley (a Ventura actually featured in his film,Blue Hawaii). Powered by Hamilton’s own H-10 movement, with a massive powerreserve of 80 hours, it is a truly modern timepiece.Price: £1,140 | Browse Hamilton watches at Watch Shop

9. Cartier Tank Solo

There is noting more elegant than a Cartier Tank. It was created by LouisCartier in 1917, and was first presented to General Pershing of the Americanarmy during World War I. This model is powered by reliable quartz movement andenclosed in a 31mm 18ct rose gold and stainless steel case.Price: £3,900 | Browse Cartier watches at Goldsmiths

29. Montblanc Timewalker

Montblanc’s beautiful new Timewalker features all the hallmarks you’d expectfrom a collection over a decade old. Narrow bezel and Arabic numerals give theface its signature clean look, whilst the rigorous tests set by the MontblancLaboratory Test 500 means this watch is as reliable as it is stylish.Price: £3,680 | Browse Montblanc watches at Beaverbrooks

10. Casio Classic Leisure Alarm Chronograph

Okay, so this isn’t the last word in elegance, but sometimes occasion callsfor a cheap, durable digital watch. You could buy a classic Casio in blacklike a normal person, but where’s the fun in that? This watch is compact andunobtrusive on the wrist, featuring a digital display with time, day and datealways on show.Price: £39 | Browse Casio watches at Watch Shop

27. Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Manufacture Squelette

The Squelette’s metallised sapphire crystal skeleton dial displays almost allof its movement’s complex workings, while remaining waterproof to 100m. Acrocodile and calfskin leather strap adds class, while a limited run of just250 adds exclusivity.Price: £6,146 | Browse Maurice Lacroix watches at Jura Watches

12. Christopher Ward C65 Trident Diver

Christopher Ward has gone retro with its latest range of watches, and we thinkthey’ve hit the nail on the head with their designs. The brand just keepsgetting better and better. The durable 41mm case houses a mechanical movement,and for £695 it’s quite a bargain.Price: £695 | Browse the watches at Christopher Ward’s website

8. Bremont Jaguar MKI

Bremont is T3’s favourite English watch brand, but despite appearing sohistoric, they’ve only been going since 2002. This range of watches were builtin collaboration with Jaguar, celebrating the historic Jaguar E-Type. The MKIis beautifully paired back, featuring a slim steel case and black tachometer-inspired dial. The winding crown resembles the original Dunlop tyre tread, andfeatures Bremont’s anti-shock movement.Price: £3,500 | Browse Bremont watches at Goldsmiths”

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