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  • Nordschleife 1927 watch

    Nordschleife 1927 watch

    A new timepiece has been released to commemorate the infamous Nordschleife, and the legendary 24-hour races that took place there. The watch differs from conventional pieces due to its interesting face, which displays all 24 hours in the day as opposed to 12. 

    The watch is made in Germany using a Swiss movement and is enclosed in a sturdy 43mm stainless steel housing. It retails for €119.

    Visit for more details or to place an order.

  • Laser Tools booster cables

    Laser Tools booster cables

    Laser Tools new range of booster cables utilise high quality copper clad aluminium wire enveloped in a hard wearing PVC sheath for superior durability and finish as well as value for money. The sturdy clamps are fully insulated and designed to be easy to grip. Supplied in a handy zip-lock bag, three sets are available rated at 200, 400 and 700 amps. Prices start from £21.31 (5851), £24.36 (5852) and £36.55 (5853).

  • Scalfaro John Surtees watch

    Scalfaro John Surtees watch

    This Scalfaro watch has been created to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Surtees' 1964 Formula 1 World Driver's Championship, when he became the first and only person to win World Championships on both two and four wheels. The limited edition run of just 300 watches has been created using pieces from Surtees' 1960 MV Agusta and 1964 Ferrari 158 Formula 1 car. 

    The watch has undergone two years of rigorous testing by Surtees.

    It is priced at £3295. Call 0049 72 34 94 99620 or visit for more information. 

  • Gunson leather tool roll

    Gunson leather tool roll

    A new oiled leather tool roll has been launched by Gunson. The durable and supple roll contains a range of combination spanners available in metric, imperial and Whitworth configurations. The roll also includes a leather eyelet for hanging up in your workshop. Metric and imperial sets are priced at £33.98, while the Whitworth roll costs £52.42.

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