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Timewalker Twinfly Chronograph Watch | Limited Edition By Montblanc

Renown luxury brand Montblanc have created this stunning timepiece, a limited edition of 300 Pieces. It features a stainless steel DLC case that measures 43mm. It has a sapphire crystal and is water resistant to 100 meters. Via Timezone



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Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver | Image

Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver

Prestigious watch makers Bell & Ross have introduced a new matte black version of their dive watch with a full ceramic case. The 42mm case and bezel are all-black ceramic, interspersed with white markings, minute markings on the bezel and Super-LumiNova for the hour indices and hands. For a little color, the hour hands are painted with orange Super-LumiNova, as is the depth rating at 6 o´clock. This makes the watch highly legible and also striking to look at. T...
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SHRINE SNEAKER DUFFEL

Sneaker freaks rejoice! You can now travel with your beloved limited edition kicks with the Shrine Sneaker Duffel, a sleek travel bag that features two large weather resistant sneaker compartments, one on either end. You also get room for approximately three outfits of clothes and toiletry bag in the main compartment, a rear pocket for tablets, a quick-access front velcro pocket, and a dedicated watch pocket. It also complies with most airline carry-on size requirem...
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CQP TARMAC SHOE

The Tarmac shoe is a footwear essential by Stockholm-based brand CQP. With a clear inspiration from Scandinavian minimalism, the clean silhouette was meticulously crafted in Portugal with thick Italian suede, and the interior is built for comfort, lined with tanned Italian leather that molds to the foot for a superior fit and improved walking experience. The Swedish label offers ten colorways of the Tarmac silhouette. Available from CQP’s website now, as we...
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