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Brevetplus | Rolex Customized Watches

Brevetplus are an independent company that specialize in customizing and re-designing High End wristwatches according to customer request. The company states: "Brevetplus are to watches what Zagato is to Cars." They mostly work with Rolex and have very unique designs, check out their website and awesome collection.



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Citizen Eco-Drive Professional Diver

Presented at this year´s Baselworld watch fair, the new Citizen Eco-Drive Professional Diver is a solar-powered dive watch with an extreme depth rating of 1,000M! Citizen also makes the claim that it is the most water-resistant dive watch that is light powered, allowing it to go deep within the ocean where no natural light exists to power the movement. This is one serious and rugged watch, it is fitted with a locking system for the bezel, and Citizens usual, year-lo...
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KSUBI EYEWEAR

Ksubi is an Australian brand created in 2000 by surfers Dan Single and George Gorrow. They are known for their jeans but are slowly making a mark on eyewear. Their latest collection of eyewear offerings for Summer 2011 features eleven sunglasses and seven optical models. They mix vintage styles that blend beautifully together. ...
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FILSON WATCHES

Filson have introduced the Filson Watch Collection. The Seattle-based heritage brand have teamed up with Detroit-based watchmaker Shinola for this line of ruggedly handsome, and impeccably-made timepieces. The hand-built collection includes 23 styles built to handle the demands of the field, all feature a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, a screw-down crown, and a case back secured by six screws for protection from the elements. Each i...
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