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The highly anticipated, annual Winsor Bishop Watch Event has started and will continue through to Sunday 29th March. Over the next two weeks, you will be able to take advantage of a minimum £200-part exchange for your old watch against any new watch brand. This however, only applies to watches over £1,000. As part of the event, you’ll also have the opportunity to own a luxury watch through our 0% finance offer. The finance option will give you 36 months to pay for the watch without incurring interest. Plus, we’ve also included another extra. As part of the purchase you’ll receive a gift worth £150!
With so much on offer we know selecting your favourite watch is going to be a challenge. Therefore, we’ve put together a list of our top watch predictions for this year’s Watch Event.
#1 #BorntoDare Tudor Black Bay
Launched originally in 2012 with a retro-look stainless steel and a red dive-watch bezel. Followed in 2014 by the introduction of a blue rotating bezel. The striking black version followed two years later.
With sixty years of TUDOR diving history the Tudor Black Bay is a truly iconic watch. The 41mm divers’ watch is fitted with a Tudor manufacture calibre MT5602 mechanical movement. It’s also able to withstand impressive depths of 200m (660ft). The steel case has a polished and satin finish, and includes a unidirectional rotatable bezel finished in matt black anodised aluminium.
The Black Bay family also includes the Black Bay Bronze; a 43 mm divers’ watch also inspired by the brand’s history and fitted with the Tudor manufacture calibre MT5601 mechanical movement. Like it’s brother, the watch is also waterproof to depths of 200m (660ft). The case is made completely bronze with a stainless steel case back. Finally, its unidirectional rotatable bezel is bronze with a slate grey dial. (The watch is shown above – top left).
With its new 1926 line, TUDOR pays tribute to its early history with a range of mechanical watches that are timeless and elegant. A classic watch for women and men, the TUDOR 1926 comes in four sizes and a wide choice of dials.
The eye-catching dial includes embossed decoration with six impressive diamonds and gold hour markers and hands. The watch has self-winding Calibre 2671 mechanical movement and a power reserve of approximately 38 hours. The Tudor 1926 features a steel and rose gold bracelet consisting of satin-brushed external links and polished centre links.
True to the essence of the 1957 legend, the SuperOcean Heritage B20 Automatic 44 model, has a 44mm case available in black or blue. It’s also equipped with a sturdy steel mesh bracelet. The high-tech ceramic bezel, is built to endure daily wear and is ultra-hard and scratch proof. The watch is available in steel and Steel & Rose Gold.
This timeless classic is water-resistant to depths of 200m (660 ft) with a chronometer-certified self-winding manufacture calibre.
A legacy of adventure for modern-day explorers.
Take a look at Breitling watches… (more in-store).
Since 1952 the Constellation has been OMEGA’s symbol of unrivalled precision and beauty in watchmaking. Now, the collection offers a revitalised selection of models that retain that iconic spirit.
The dramatic design of the OMEGA Constellation is characterised by its famous half-moons; “claws” on the case and mono-rang bracelet. The 25mm 18K Sedna™ gold and stainless steel model features a diamond-paved bezel and a blue aventurine glass dial with diamond hour markers. The hands, OMEGA logo, Constellation star and diamond holders are also in 18K Sedna™ gold. At the heart of this timepiece is the OMEGA Calibre 4061. Exquisite!
The OMEGA Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch is one of OMEGA’s most iconic timepieces. Having been a part of all six lunar missions, the legendary Speedmaster is an impressive representation of the brand’s adventurous pioneering spirit.
This OMEGA Speedmaster Professional “Moonwatch” features a black dial covered by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. It includes a small seconds sub-dial, 30-minute recorder and 12-hour recorder along with a central chronograph hand. The black bezel is mounted on a 42mm stainless steel case with a matching bracelet. At the heart of this chronograph is OMEGA’s mechanical calibre 1863. This legendary manual-winding movement worn on the Moon, is also visible through the transparent caseback.
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To find out more about the Event and Terms and Conditions take a look at our Watch Event page. Or you can contact us online on visit us in-store to speak to our watch experts. The Watch Event is taking place in-store only.
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