These four timepieces complete any die-hard collection.
Chronoswiss was first launched in Switzerland in 1983 and became one of the first brands to use mechanical movements exclusively. Characteristics of the brand’s Flying Grand Regulator watch are the ‘onion-style’ crown and semi-fluted bezel, as well as colourful accents.
Few watches have achieved true icon status, but the Monaco by TAG Heuer is instantly recognisable. This timepiece was introduced in 1969 in honour of the Monaco Grand Prix and is the same style Steve McQueen wore in Le Mans.
Customised watch brands are for the collector who has everything. MAD Paris has customised the Rolex Milgauss – the first watch to resist magnetic fields – with black DLC coating, keeping the original orange hand.
One for fans of subtle detail: the Submariner was first launched by Rolex at Basel in 1954 and the green iteration – named the "Hulk" Edition – was released for the watch’s 50th anniversary in 2003.
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