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by Michael Weare
15 July, 2013
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Michael Weare has been a professional writer for 30 years, writing about Japanese technology, German and Italian cars, British tailoring and Swiss watches. Michael manages the editorial content of Click Tempus and will be keeping the magazine fresh and informative with regular features, as well as bringing great writers to the magazine. Email: michael@clicktempus.com

Seiko Gents Astron Watch SAST007G

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Swatch Gents Irony Chrono Follow The Line

Swatch Gents Irony Chrono Follow The Line Watch YCN4008

Swiss watch makers Swatch have released the Irony Chrono Follow The Line watch for men which is a brand new addition to the company’s Irony line. The Irony brand comprises all the metal case watches produced by the company. The case on this model is made from aluminium rather than Swatch’s trademark plastic. In keeping with the companies a fashion and art aesthetic style this watch comes with a blue dial powered by a quartz analogue movement and comes with a denim blue strap with a traditional buckle. It also has an added date display, chronograph and is water resistant up to 30 metres. £105.00

Seiko Ladies Solar Powered Watch

Seiko Ladies Solar Powered Watch SUP139P9

Seiko who are celebrating their 100th anniversary of watchmaking this year have like their rivals Citizen have become world renowned for there solar technology and its application in wrist watches. But while its men’s solar powered watches often focus on functions over style this Ladies Solar Powered Bracelet Watch focuses on both substance and style. It features a two toned steel bracelet which contrasts beautifully with its white analogue dial with added gold detailing. It features the company’s trademark solar powered movement and is waterproof up to 30 metres. £118.00

Karl Lagerfeld Gents 7

Karl Lagerfeld Gents 7 Watch KL1007

The Gents 7 is a brand new watch from the German designer Karl Lagerfeld. The Gents 7 is another stylish addition to the designer’s latest collection. The 7 is named after Lagerfeld’s lucky number and features a silver analogue dial with the number seven highlighted as an over sized numeral. Like his other watches it is powered by a quartz analogue movement. This particular model comes with a stainless steel case and bracelet and has a fold over clasp. It is also water resistant up to 100 metres depth. £209.00

Hamilton Gents Jazzmaster Seaview Chronograph

Hamilton Gents Jazzmaster Seaview Chrono Watch H37512131

American watch makers Hamilton have been seen on the wrists of some of America’s most iconic stars from Elvis to Will Smith in the Men in Black franchise and now the company has released the Jazzmaster Seaview Chrono watch H37512131. The Jazzmaster combines Hamilton’s bold American characteristics with the precision of Swiss watchmaking. This watch features a quartz chronograph movement. Its black dial with sub-dials at 2, 6 and 10 o’clock and date window at 4 o’clock, sits inside a stainless steel case and is attached to a bracelet also made from stainless steel with a fold over clasp. It is also water resistant up to 100 metres making it perfect for wearing while snorkelling or swimming while on holiday. £630.00

Seiko Gents Astron

Seiko Gents Astron Watch SAST007G

In 1969 Seiko made the world’s first ever quartz watch which was called the Astron and thus changing the watch industry forever. Now the company have made the Astron GPS watch which is another first for the company. It is the first self powered watch in the world which is able to work out the time wherever you are in the world just by using data from GPS satellites. The fact that it’s a solar powered movement means it never needs a battery change and means theoretically the watch should never lose time. Water resistant up to 100 metres. £1,750.00

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Michael Weare has been a professional writer for 30 years, writing about Japanese technology, German and Italian cars, British tailoring and Swiss watches. Michael manages the editorial content of Click Tempus and will be keeping the magazine fresh and informative with regular features, as well as bringing great writers to the magazine. Email: michael@clicktempus.com

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