Adorn your wrist with a dial in this post-pandemic pantone
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Investing in a classic watch in the ultimate way to meet your sustainable goals.
Many makers of fine timepieces in the valleys of Switzerland are now ensuring everything from their materials to their supply chains to the manufacturing processes are audited and offset, but a timeless piece that can be passed down from one generation to the next is ensuring circular fashion in its truest sense. And, with these beauties it's easy being green.
Oyster Perpetual 36 Watch
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36
In 2021 Rolex introduced what they call “motif dials”. One is inspired by the brand’s hallmark fluted pattern while the other is inspired by nature and offering a dial with palm leaves motif. This Datejust in Oystersteel is a classic three-hander and date, fitted with a dial that takes you outside. Into the real world where Netflix and fast food are non-existing and fresh air, the sound of the wind in the palm trees by the ocean are the real, everyday heroes and heroines.
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Watches - Kristian Haagen
Kristian Haagen is a man who, in the wristwatch community, needs no introduction. As a child, Kristian discovered his father’s and grandfather’s enorm...Read more