Another week has passed by. It turns out not even James Bond is invulnerable to the Coronavirus. Be that as it may, in more joyful news, a heap of new watches hit the market. With numerous new models, Grand Seiko’s 60th-commemoration festivity truly required off this week. We’re keeping you on top of it on that with our different articles regarding the matter. Be that as it may, we haven’t failed to remember different oddities and news also. Appreciate some of it assembled here in This Week In Watches.
CWC T20 Quartz
In 1980, the British Ministry Of Defense delivered a delicate detail for the primary quartz watch gave to all parts of the British powers. While the tonneau-shape case —utilized by the 70s mechanical models — was indicated, the early Swiss quartz developments couldn’t fit this case. As an answer, the supposed G10 “Fat Boy” was conceived. Powers during the 80s Falklands war embraced this bigger case shape, supporting its standing as a military stalwart.
Now, by utilization of a cutting edge Swiss Ronda 715 quartz development, CWC at last presents to us the “Lost Boy”. The watch that ought to have been made yet never was. The first Defense Standard for the “Watch, Wrist, Electronic, General Service,” was dated the 29th of February 1980. Forty years to the day, it’s now making its presentation. The T20 assignment alludes to the Tonneau case delivered in 2020. The T20 estimates 38 mm (Including the crown) by 11mm and 42 mm haul to-drag. In accordance with the MOD principles, it has fixed 18.5 mm haul bars. It’s pressure-impervious to 5 ATM and sports a Hesalite acrylic precious stone. The cost for the T20 is £249 and it tends to be requested through
Zenith Romeo y Julietta
Last week Zenith and —in Havanna, Cuba — praised their association. In participation with one of Habanos’ lovely stogie brands, Zenith dispatched the Romeo y Julietta set of watches. To commemorate the 145th commemoration of the stogie brand, Zenith chose to restrict the creation of the set to 145 pieces.
Both the blue-dialed 40.5 mm gents’ and red-dialed 36 mm ladies’ models are made in tempered steel, while the ladies’ rendition is set with 75 splendid cut precious stones. The two of them contain a Zenith Elite 692 type with a twofold moon stage sign. The moon phase display, with meticulously laser-engraved Romeo y Julietta faces, portrays the two darlings in an unceasing pursue across the night sky. More data is at
Watch Thing Speedy and Icons
Watch Thing, the lone committed attire search for vintage watch gatherers, has delivered its second and third T-shirt plans. After “Tritium”, its first plan, presently there are “Speedy” and “Icons” too. “Speedy” is a dim on-dark casual shirt commending the notable chronograph and a considerable lot of its celebrated highlights. The base? A delicate and breathable dark tri-mix T-shirt.
The “icons” T-shirt commends a group of four of tempered steel sport watches put on the map by famous mid-century characters. Paul Newman, Ed White, Steve McQueen, and Nina Rindt. The “Icons” plan is imprinted in yellow-gold ink on a delicate and breathable naval force tri-mix shirt. Watch Thing T-shirts are accessible at $28 each, and on the off chance that you need to show that you’re a genuine watch fan also, head over to and dress up!
Anonimo Nautilo Nendaz Freeride
From 13 to 25th of March, 2020, we’ll see the fourteenth version of the Nendaz Freeride. For Anonimo, the primary patron of the occasion since a year ago, it’s motivation to introduce the Nautilo 42 mm Special Edition. The 42 mm watch includes the Nendaz Freeride logo engraved on the case’s side at 9 o’clock, and on the open case-back. Moreover, the dial has a silk completed blue sunray finish.
Its crown, situated at 4 o’clock, improves wearing comfort in a freeride-accommodating way. A screw-down crown and case-back, ensuring water-protection from 200 meters secure the Swiss-made Sellita SW200-1. Obviously, the watch sports a sapphire precious stone. This can be yours for CHF 2,290 and it very well may be requested .
Raymond Weil David Bowie Tribute
In cooperation with the David Bowie Estate, Raymond Weil gave proper respect to the unbelievable performer David Bowie. For this praise, Raymond Weil picked their most free-vivacious model — the Freelancer. The extraordinary release David Bowie Freelancer is an accolade for the life and melodic profession of perhaps the most compelling specialists ever. Besides, the watch includes a smooth 42mm width case in tempered steel, and a dial taking after a vinyl record with the notorious pop craftsmanship jolt logo made by Andy Warhol.
3,000 pieces were made in 2017 to celebrate what might have been Bowie’s 70th birthday. All things considered, a couple of these watches are remaining today, and you should contact a to get one. More data can be found on a .
Timex Marlin Snoopy Flying Ace
Last however not least is a little tip. You most likely recall the Timex Marlin Automatic x Peanuts highlighting Snoopy as the Flying Ace. Furthermore, most presumably you couldn’t get one since they took off the racks. Prepare to be blown away. There are a set number of the Timex Marlin Snoopy Flying Ace back in stock. In Europe they’re €249 at , and in de US they’re selling at $249 at . I trust they’re still there when you read this.