• Houtman Murchison Series

    Houtman Murchison Series

    The Houtman Murchison Series; featuring bold, brushed and lumed markers, a striking brushed dial and bold hands. All models within the Murchison Series feature a superb 40mm brushed and polished case, Swiss made automatic movement, sapphire crystal and a stunning finish and feel. Bold without being brash, super comfortable on the wrist, it’s a sure thing!

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  • Hemel HFT20

    Hemel HFT20

    There’s a wonderful tactility that comes from a proper mechanical timepiece that no quartz movement can replicate. Hemel’s hybrid movement, the mecaquartz, replicates the exact look and feel of that very action without anywhere near the cost. When the chronograph is engaged, the sweeping second hand and instant snap back action upon reset cannot be beat…

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  • Winfield Apex I

    Winfield Apex I

    The Apex I is the latest model from Winfield Watch Company. Similar to their previous models with their military tool watch aesthetic & spec. Every watch is pressure tested to 100m and the movement is regulated to six positions, all done in-house by Winfield. The Apex I is rugged and built to last, with superb build quality and attention to detail.

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  • MMI Sky-Hunter 38

    MMI Sky-Hunter 38

    The MMI Sky-Hunter 38 is inspired by the Hawker Hunter, a transonic British fighter jet aircraft. Hawker Hunter was Singapore’s first acquired jet-powered fighter from the British RAF in 1968, which later formed the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) pioneer fighter squadron (140 SQN) in 1970. The Hunter defence was to protect Singapore sky for 22 years, before it was…

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  • Swiss Watch Company Hyper-G

    Swiss Watch Company Hyper-G

    The Swiss Watch Company Hyper-G Pilot’s Watch is powered by the Swiss Sellita SW200-1. Featuring a Titanium grade 5 case, soft iron core for magnetic protection and +6/-4 regulated accuracy. There is also 16x layers of underside AR coating, as well as a bonkers 22x layers of Swiss Super-LumiNova® BLW10 Grade X1 Lume, this watch will last a friggin’ lifetime!

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  • Isotope Old Radium

    Isotope Old Radium

    In 1942 the Minister of Defence of the United Kingdom asked Isotope to produce watches for the armed forces, a request they happily obliged. The result of their efforts was a watch that was as handsome as it was sturdy. It quickly got the nickname ‘Old Radium,’ as the soldiers affectionately called it because of its charismatic luminous hands and hour markers.

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