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If you were going to summarize the top three brands of 2022, you would be well within your rights to mention Cartier (think Crash), Audemars Piguet (think 50th Anniversary of the Royal Oak) and of course Rolex (think Sprite GMT) - well the good news: all three brands feature in this weeks drop - enjoy!

Unlike Rolex, Audemars Piguet references don't tend to have nicknames. That said, when a world famous chess grandmaster wears a watch, the community responds. The great Garry Kimovich Kasparov wore this Royal Oak Chronograph, and it's a wonderful insider choice for a 39mm case size. 

The Cartier Santos had its first beginnings in 1904 when Louis Cartier created a watch for his good friend, a Brazilian aviator named Alberto Santos-Dumont. The Cartier Santos was officially named and launched in 1911 with a similar style as the 1904 creation. This 2019 large variation with blue graduated dial is a perfect daily driver. 

This 2022 Datejust has it all. With an unusual tiled blue dial, white gold and steel bracelet and at 36mm case, it ticks all the boxes. 

If you are into classics, you will be hard pushed to find anything better than this, a 2000 year Datejust in steel with a 36mm case and champagne dial. Elegant, versatile and full to the brim with style. 

Quite possibly the most under the radar (pardon the pun) model from Rolex - the Air King. With its tritium markers and distinct bezel, as well as the rumour mill surrounding a new iteration soon, this is very much an insiders pick. 

A watch that needs no introduction. The 5711 has been gathering momentum in the last decade. Not only does it have sleek, sporty lines, but also a lineage to rival any. The blue dial and steel case 5711 (now discontinued) are a match made in heaven, and prices have stabilized off of their high earlier this year - so there really has not been a better time to buy than now for quite some time. 

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