Henry London has introduced a range of mechanical automatic watches that will sell for as little as £200.
The collection sets a new price point for Henry London, which typically retails in the £100-165 range for its men’s and ladies’ quartz watches.
The broad range of Henry London Automatics all feature a cut-away in the dial that exposes the regulator and mainspring.
The Japanese Miyota 82S0 automatic movement is house in steel case sizes ranging from 40-42mm.
Steel bracelets and calf leather straps are both available.
A slightly higher end model, available only in a 42mm case, uses a Japan Miyota 82S7 Automatic movement that drives small second and GMT subdials.
The same movement is used in a sportier model that has a stainless steel unidirectional bezel.
Henry London is owned by British watch company Peers Hardy.