Looking to buy a watch that looks great and will rise in value? Here are pieces with real investment potentialMore
Like a record company releasing a remastered great, Longines has sourced this stone-walled archive classic. The redefined 1945 exudes retro class from its copper-tone convex dial to the aged leather strap. A hit.
It's no easy feat breaking into an existing market, even if your heritage is as impressive as Tudor's. With the Rolex sister company dipping its toe into the UK market for the first time in a long while, it seems as if it has struck gold with this stunning little number. And with an RRP of just £2,330, it's almost foolish not to get one. It can't stay this cheap for long, surely.
The Railmaster might be antimagnetic but it has a forceful allure — a stylish mid-century design with simple legibility. And that antimagnetism will see you good to 15,000 gauss, which should ease your worried mind.