Marloe Watch Company Haskell Collection

Whilst the UK might not have quite as many watchmakers on our books as Switzerland, of course, the ones we do have are generally of a mighty fine calibre but none more so than the talented team of watchmakers at Marloe Watch Company and it’s for that reason we always sit up and take notice here at Coolector HQ whenever they’ve got a new timepiece release. Their latest series goes by the name of the Haskell Collection and for anyone after a refined, expertly crafted timepiece, look no further.

The Haskell Collection from Marloe Watch Company boasts British design with Swiss craftsmanship so it really is the best of both worlds. We’ve been following the wares of Marloe for some time now here at The Coolector and the Haskell Collection might just be their finest series of timepieces to date and for any man on the hunt for a luxury watch that doesn’t break the bank in 2018, these would be our first pick. And the icing on the financial cake is the fact you can purchase a Haskell and spread the payments over 12 months – with Marloe’s 0% finance option.

Check out the best watches from the Marloe Watch Company Haskell Collection below:

Haskell Blue Dial Watch

A more striking and sophisticated timepiece you’re unlikely to find, the Blue Dial Haskell Watch from Marloe delivers a rich, deep, almost indigo blue which radiates outwards with a metallic sunburst texture, which will look entirely different with each new light that falls upon it. The quality is second to none and this glorious timepiece boasts striking, polished applied hour indices, sophisticated Arabic numerals and a date complication which is framed by an applied polished block which does a superb job of finishing off the metallic aesthetic beautifully. If an elegant watch is on your bucket list for 2018, this offering will be sure to tick all of the right boxes, with its ETA 2804-2 manual mechanical movement and 42 hour power reserve. (£995)

Haskell Green Dial Watch

There is something mesmerising about the Green Dial Haskell timepiece from Marloe Watch Company and if you’re after an accessory that boasts an enchanting aesthetic, look no further. Taking its design inspiration from the classic Land Rover green hue, you’ll find that this ensures an especially dynamic aesthetic which will look different every day you wear it. A number of shades of lustrous green will radiate outwards from what appears to be deep beyond the dial surface and immediately draw all eyes to your wrist. This devilishly dapper timepiece from Marloe also has the ETA 2804-2 manual mechanical movement and some of the other stand out features include 28,800 BPH, 100m water resistance and a sapphire crystal glass front with AR coating. An exemplary watch and probably our favourite of the Haskell Collection here at Coolector HQ. (£995)

Haskell Sand Dial Watch

The calming, understated tones of the Sand Dial Haskell Watch from Marloe are definitely to our liking here at Coolector HQ and these hues make this top notch timepiece suitable for any occasion. Designed with the adventurous in mind, this cracking watch from Marloe has a rough sandpaper centre which is exceptionally tactile, and springs forth from the dial with the lightly brushed scallop ring gently guiding the eye inwards. The Sand dial is expertly complimented with a delicious looking, light toffee tan Italian leather strap which adds a touch of luxury to proceedings with its breathtaking pull-up effect and toffee stitching, complete with a deeply engraved signature polished steel buckle. Each one of the timepieces from the Marloe Haskell Collection is individually numbered and you can choose yours directly from the website. (£995)

Haskell White Dial Watch

Understated and refined, the White Dial Haskell Watch from Marloe has a dial that is reminiscent of carved chalk and it boasts a lightly textured surface in the centre, with a subtle brushed scallop ring. You’ll find it hard not to be impressed with the black printed train-track markings around the scallop lead inwards to the polished applied blocks and Arabic numerals. The central lighter grey dot track aids quick time reference and the specifications of the white dial Haskell are just as excellent as the others in the range including the ETA 2804-2 manual mechanical movement, hacking function and quickset date complication. (£995)

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