Timex honors their rich watchmaking history with the Marlin Automatic Watch. This modern release is an aesthetic refresh of the iconic 1960s Marlin, replacing the original hand-wound movement with a 21 jewel automatic. The design has been updated here and there, but maintains the same clean, mid-century feel, and incorporates the original's signature acrylic domed crystal. It's finished with a date window at 3 o'clock and a classic leather strap using material from the S.B. Foot Tanning Company.
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Form the inside out, the Aspen Slim Briefcase is all about business. Its exterior exudes sophistication with a sleek silhouette that is handcrafted from premium black leather. On the interior, functionality is key where a series of dividers, compartments, and a large zippered pocket keep your organization on point. Its classic styling is finished off with a top handle and chrome brass hardware.
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With the ability to identify, chill, pour, and preserve, the Plum wine preserver combines all wine gadgets into one sleek package. Select your bottle and insert it into the appliance. Inside, a camera scans the label to identify the wine and automatically begin cooling to the ideal temperature. Whether it's a cork or metal screw cap, a double-cored needle punctures the top. As wine is released, argon gas fills the bottle to help prevent oxidation. A single canister can preserve up to 150 bottles, keeping each one fresh for up to 90 days so when you're ready, a perfect glass of wine is always waiting to be poured — a valuable feature during the holidays.
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Getting a steel sport model from Rolex at retail pricing is a bit tricky these days. But it doesn't have to be thanks to StockX, and the references like the 116900 Air King, 16570 Explorer II and 114300 Oyster Perpetual are perfect examples. The Air King was released in 2016 and quickly took a back seat to the ceramic Daytona introduced the same year, but it's a sleeper hit that could have future classic written all over it. It's the same story with the Oyster Perpetual 39, which arrived a year earlier and slots perfectly into entry level territory that can be worn everyday. The reference 16570 Explorer II has been around since the early 90's - and has been a fan favorite since going out of production in 2011. Interest in these models has been tracking up in recent years, but each can be had readily at StockX right now, and for under their respective retail prices. If you need what's hot right now, retail price be damned, StockX has you covered there as well with all the current references you can't get your hands on at the AD.
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