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Tempus Gents Watch MG2 - DL_196010_PH
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Tempus Mg2


A beautiful and clean Men’s Watch that draws the eye without being fussy.

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Tempus Mg2 Gents Watch

A beautiful and clean watch that draws the eye without being fussy.

This watch has a contemporary and clean grey design, with numbers replaced by stylised icons and hands which are slim and don't detract from the watch itself.

At the heart of this watch is a movement made by Citizen and known as “Movement 2035”. These movements are designed and built to last.

It is made using skilled craftsmen that mill the watch from one block of stainless steel that has a brushed finish before being assembled then finished by attaching a genuine leather strap.

Add a leather watch box to complete your order and give the watch a lovely setting for when it's not being worn.

If you have any questions about your gift or anything else, please contact us.

Made from:

Leather, brushed stainless steel.


The diameter of the face is approx 4cm.

About Us

Swiss Watch Maker & Product Designer

David Hendley, Horologist at David-Louis Design
David Hendley, Horologist at David-Louis Design

David-Louis Hendley, Swiss watch maker, jeweller, silver smith, commercial product designer, lecturer on design and entrepreneur is proud to introduce his watch collection.

Commemorating Events & Demonstrating Watch Innovation
Some of the watches are designed by David-Louis, some are selected for there interesting design aesthetic and functions and some are pre owned and purchased by David-Louis for resale due to there inherent and interesting features such as their method of power distribution, interesting case shape, their association with global events such as moon landings and global exploration or are snapshots from particular periods in horological innovation.

Reflecting Watch Design & Heritage
The watches are in part and extension of David-Louis's passions, his passion and interest in design, his love of industrial and design heritage and his desire to increase awareness of horological design and heritage.