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halloween staff picks

Staff Picks: Halloween Edition

It’s Halloween weekend and our #FeldmarFamily put together some scary good timepiece picks for the occasion. View them below if you dare . . .

Ben’s Pick: Breitling Superocean 36 & 42

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Sport the color of the holiday (and match your favorite pumpkin while you’re at it) with Ben’s picks, the Breitling Superocean Automatic 36 (A17316D71O1S1) and the Breitling Superocean Automatic 42 (A17366D71O1A1), each featuring a boo-tiful orange dial. Both watches boast a self-winding mechanical movement, water resistance to 200m and 500m respectively and a stainless steel case.

Jamie’s Pick: Bulova “Devil Diver” Limited Edition

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Dive with the devil. Jamie’s pick is the Bulova “Devil Diver” Limited Edition (98C131), which is water resistant to (you guessed it!) 666 feet, an iconic feature that helped it earn its devilishly good nickname. With applied, circular luminous hour markers, a date function at 3 o’clock and a screw-down crown, this particular model was manufactured as a limited edition of 666 pieces. And you don’t even have to make a deal with the devil to get your hands on one . . . just stop by Feldmar!

Marco’s Pick: Bell & Ross BR03-94 Aero GT Limited Edition

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It wouldn’t be a Halloween roundup without a skeleton – dial, that is! Marco’s pick, the Bell & Ross BR03-94 Aero GT Limited Edition (BR0394-SC-ORA/SCA), offers a peak at the BR-CAL.319 automatic mechanical movement. Additional features include hours, minutes and small seconds functions at 12 o’clock, a 30-min timer at 9 o’clock, a Tachymeter scale on the flange and a perforated black calfskin strap with orange piping. And Marco says the anodized orange movement bridge is a pretty great feature – no bones about it!

Lorel’s Pick: Luminox Bear Grylls Survival SEA Series

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Not only is orange perfect for Halloween, it’s the most visible color for underwater work. Lorel’s pick, the Luminox’s Bear Grylls Survival SEA Series (3729), comes equipped with a uni-directional turning bezel in black and orange for easy reading and a screw-down crown with an orange rubber ring. Luminox’s self-powered illumination ensures a constant glow for up to 25 years, even in the darkest and spookiest of conditions.

Freddy’s Pick: Hamilton Khaki Navy Scuba

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Freddy’s pick, the Hamilton’s Khaki Navy Scuba (H82305931), can accompany you whether you’re celebrating Halloween on land or under water. At 40mm, it is powered by the H-10 three-hand movement, boasting a power reserve of 80 hours. Additional features include 24-hour markers, a date indicator and luminescent hands for when darkness falls.

Edgar’s Pick: Baume & Mercier Clifton Club

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The 42mm Baume & Mercier Clifton Club (10338) is Edgar’s pick. It’s an automatic, self-winding watch with a power reserve of 38 hours, water resistance to 100m and a date aperture at 3 o’clock. The edge and reverse of the black leather calfskin is a bold orange while the watch hands and indexes are Superluminova, ideal for Halloween night!

Interested in any of these spooktacular watches? Shop online or come see us (costume encouraged, but not required!). Have a happy and safe Halloween!

About The Author: Jimmy Inglish

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Originally from San Antonio, Texas, Jimmy Inglish graduated from UCLA (go Bruins!) and is now a deeply-rooted California transplant. He has been serving as the social media director for Feldmar Watch Company since 2019 and runs the official Instagram page.

An avid watch collector, Jimmy has been building his own collection since 2014. In his free time, he enjoys hanging out with his 95-lb German Shepherd/Husky mix, Reginald Wilkerson and posting unique wrist shots to his personal Instagram page, @watchfiend.

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