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Rolex Stealth Mk Iv | By Project X Designs

Project X Designs is based in London UK, they provide luxury wristwatch customization services. Here we feature the Rolex STEALTH MK IV, an exclusive Limited Edition run of 28 customized original Stainless Steel Rolex Submariner Date Ceramic. The design is inspired by the historic models of the past & the legendary British SBS, combining extreme styling with enhanced functionality.



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FILSON RIPSTOP NYLON PULLMAN

The Ripstop Nylon Pullman bag by Filson is a stellar piece of gear for your adventures, your everyday carry, or on eventual weekend getaway. Built with tough and rugged Cordura ripstop nylon, the 37-liter bag will keep all your gear protected in the field, and is fully lined for durability and yet made soft-sided for ease of transport. Perfectly sized for a laptop, with internal organizing features, and a handy front pocket for stashing extras, this is a perfect cit...
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HTP-M | BY HUMAN TIME PROJECT

Last year we did a feature on a great new watch company called Human Time Project. The company was created to give wrist watches to health care workers in third world countries. For every watch sold, another will be given to a health care worker that needs one. They have a donation mission to rural clinics in central America planned for July of this year. The cool military look HTP-1 was their first model, their latest watch is the HTP-M, a smaller, unisex model tha...
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VOID WATCHES

VOID Watches has a unique take on watch design using simple yet expressive shapes, giving their watches an almost architectural expression. The watch brand was launched in 2008 as the single vision of Swedish designer David Ericsson. The design draws heavily on the Scandinavian design tradition using simple geometries and materials often found in architecture. The movement is made in Japan....
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