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Is there anything the Germans can't do? This minimal timepiece from Frankfurt is powered by ETA's 2824-2 automatic movement, and combines aviation styling with superior build quality. A watch that's always commented on, we're fans of both the generous amount of luminous paint used on the hands/numerals, and the see-through back. Great logo, too.
£810, Jura Watches
Sixties-style looks are the order of the day here, for a timepiece that features an automatic movement and a day/date function. At 42mm across, it'll suit most wrists – especially those that belong to spy movie fans.
£395, Watch Shop
Completely redesigned, Christopher Ward's ceramic diving watch boasts a GMT function which means you can tell the time in two places at once. Good for airline pilots (and people having inter-continental affairs).
£860, Christopher Ward