1. Junghans Max Bill Hand Wound

This is a minimalist watch that was created back in the 1960s for a Max Bill, German watch brand that is said to have a big influence on modern Swiss graphic design. It is cool, simple and classy–something that you would love to wear every single day at the office.

2. Hamilton Jazzmaster Chronograph

While looking for watch complications below the £1000 is a typically a challenge, this Hamilton chronograph manages to slip in. This timepiece is powered by a thorough modification of the remarkable Valjoux 7750.

3. Timex Marlin

Are you looking for a new mechanical watch in Malaysia? There is no need to invest on an expensive Rolex or Patek Philippe model for now. This Timex watch is an excellent choice. It is actually a reissue of the Timex original from the 1960s–that time when the brand first built a mechanical timepiece in 36 years. They were brave enough to keep all of the vintage proportions.

4. Seiko Prospex PADI Automatic Diver

This Seiko timepiece is a top choice if you are looking for a diver watch. It is robust, and can work well with any outfit. Seiko has been providing divers and civilians with watches since 1965, and this watch model was produced to celebrate their beautiful partnership with the Professional Diver’s Association (PADI).

5. Tissot Powermatic

The Tissot Powermatic is a gamechanger. It is the perfect example of how different elements are quietly evolving and changing in the watch industry. Tissot is dedicated to setting the standards for low-cost, yet quality mechanical movements in the world.