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Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and availability; Either I have it, or I can get it! Wake up with watches and host Tim Mosso! The “Watches Live” live Tuesday evening livestream has moved to Wednesday morning with a full array of Rolex watches, Omega watches, and high complications from brands as varied as Patek Philippe and Arnold & Son. Rolex features prominently thanks to two Rolex Day Date models from different eras; the Day Date Oysterquartz and its tapestry tritium dial are redolent of 1970s design, and the Day Date 40 speaks to the current-day preference for discretion. A rare Rolex Cellini Cestello in white gold demonstrates Rolex’s unsung penchant for imaginative case design (hinge lugs!) and ultra-thin case construction (6.4mm!). Finally, a Datejust Turn-O-Graph (Rolex Thunderbird) showcases the company’s skill with engine turned-white gold and unconventional pilot’s watches. Omega’s Speedmaster and Seamaster families receive attention thanks to two outstanding Representatives. The 2018 Omega Speedmaster Dark Side of the Moon “Apollo 8” stuns with its openworked dial, exclusive Moonwatch caliber 1869 with laser-ablated bridges and plates. The “Dark Side” black ceramic case and fully lumned ceramic tachymeter impress alongside the most audacious Moonwatch since Omega’s 2015 Silver Snoopy. The rare and quirky Omega Seamaster Bullhead “Rio 2016” is a 316-piece limited series dedicated to the Rio Di Janeiro Olympic Games of 2016; with its bullhead chronograph system, the nostalgic nods to vintage Omega Seamasrer 146.011, and the wearable 43x43mm case, this is a standout even by Omega limited edition standards. High horology gets its due thanks to an FP Journe Tourbillon Souverain in rose gold and a Patek Philippe 5170G chronograph with Tiffany & Co. co-signed dial. Arnold & Son’s spectacular dead beat seconds CTB chronograph in rose gold delights with its shuffle-step cadence. The Jaeger LeCoultre Amvox III combines rose gold, scratch-resistant black ceramic, a GMT second time zone, and a tourbillon. For good measure, this 300 piece limited edition JLC watch includes a thoughtful pointer date that jumps over the tourbillon during the transition from the 31st of the month to the first of the following month. Fans of complicated dive watches will adore the brash rubber clad Ulysse Nardin Marine Perpetual and the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms flyback chronograph. The Ulysse Nardin impresses with its Ludwig Oechsling-designed calendar system and sapphire-set diving bezel; Blancpain’s flyback chronograph co-exists with the basic 50 Fathoms’ 300-meter water resistance. • A Lange & Sohne Langematik Perpetual 310.026FE • Arnold & Son CTB Chronograph True Second 1CHAR.S01A.C120A • Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore End of Days 25770SN.OO.0009KE.01 • Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Chronographe Flyback 5085F-1130-52A • Breitling Navitimer Premier A42035/G197 • Breguet Classique Power Reserve 5277BR/12/9V6 • De Bethune DB28 California Edition DB28GSV1AN • De Bethune DB28 Grand Sport • Fortis F-43 Flieger Chronograph Alarm GMT 703.10.200 • FP Journe Tourbillon Souverain • Grand Seiko Spring Drive SBGA387 Kira Zuri • Jaeger LeCoultre Amvox 3 GMT Tourbillon Q193C450 • Omega Seamaster Bullhead Rio 2016 Olympic Collection 522.214.171.124.04.001 • Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Dark Side of The Moon Apollo 8 3126.96.36.199.01.001 • Patek Philippe 5170G-010 Tiffany Dial • Rolex Cellini Cestello 5330/9 • Rolex Datejust Turn-o-Graph 16263 • Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz 19018 • Rolex Day-Date 40 228238 • Ulysse Nardin Marine Perpetual 333-92B3-3C/923 Please subscribe to our channel for the best luxury watch reviews on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/WatchBoxReviews/?sub_confirmation=1 Visit our website at www.thewatchbox.com for the latest pre-owned luxury watch arrivals and industry-leading value in previously loved luxury timepieces.