5 Item(s)

Melbourne


Melbourne - Sorrento (Blue)

$765.00
WatchGauge has purchased all of the remaining Sorrento watches from Melbourne Watch Co. making us the only place in the world you can purchase one! The Sorrento is our most ambitious timepiece to date, combining the multi-layered ceramic dial construction of the Portsea collection with a rugged dive watch case and a unique double layered engraved bezel. The Sorrento also...

Melbourne - Portsea (Blue/Rose Gold)

$700.00
The Portsea collection represents our modern take on the classic ‘Deck Watch’ timepiece style, which is traditionally characterised by clean white dials and arabic numerals enclosed by ‘railroad’ minute markers. Deck watches were popular among navy and merchant sailors in the early 20th century, particularly in WW1. They were originally made as pocket watches with hand-wound mechanical movements and were...

Melbourne - Sorrento (White)

$765.00
WatchGauge has purchased all of the remaining Sorrento watches from Melbourne Watch Co. making us the only place in the world you can purchase one! The Sorrento is our most ambitious timepiece to date, combining the multi-layered ceramic dial construction of the Portsea collection with a rugged dive watch case and a unique double layered engraved bezel. The Sorrento also...

Melbourne - Portsea (Blue/SS)

$680.00
The Portsea collection represents our modern take on the classic ‘Deck Watch’ timepiece style, which is traditionally characterised by clean white dials and arabic numerals enclosed by ‘railroad’ minute markers. Deck watches were popular among navy and merchant sailors in the early 20th century, particularly in WW1. They were originally made as pocket watches with hand-wound mechanical movements and were...

Melbourne - Portsea (White/Rose Gold)

$700.00
The Portsea collection represents our modern take on the classic ‘Deck Watch’ timepiece style, which is traditionally characterised by clean white dials and arabic numerals enclosed by ‘railroad’ minute markers. Deck watches were popular among navy and merchant sailors in the early 20th century, particularly in WW1. They were originally made as pocket watches with hand-wound mechanical movements and were...