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Exertion and relaxation are not incompatible for anyone acquiring a fine sports watch at a reasonable price, whether from a well-known name or an insider’s brand for avant-gardists.

The sport selection

Panerai Luminor Due 3 Days Titanio © Panerai

Panerai - Luminor Due 3 Days Titanio :
Dear as ever to the hearts of classical sailing enthusiasts, Panerai hones its style with this model in ocean-colored titanium featuring a slimmer case and a narrower 42mm diameter. CHF 8’200.–

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LR03 © Valpin

Valpin - LR03 :
Created by two friends who are passionate about watchmaking, this new Swiss brand focuses on 50-piece limited series with an original design, such as this self-winding titanium model with retrograde date and dual-time display. CHF 5’300.–


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Freelancer © Raymond Weil

Raymond Weil - Freelancer :
This self-winding chronograph water-resistant to 100 meters with its screw-lock crown flaunts a sophisticated design extending to every detail of the dial and bezel and lending a distinctly elegant touch to its sports-minded wearer. CHF 2’700.–


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Nautilo GC32 © Anonimo

Anonimo - Nautilo GC32 :
Strongly involved in the field of cutting-edge racing, ANONIMO is official sponsor of the GC32 Racing Tour, the high-tech catamaran circuit, for which it has created this limited series inspired by its famous Nautilo diver’s watch. CHF 2’190.–

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