Dunhill watches became popular after people began to have races in their "motor cars," in the early 1900's. Alfred Dunhill was one of the first to realize the practicality of using a stopwatch to measure individual laps. Since Dunhill's earliest days the company has stressed quality and style over price and popularity.
Dunhill has a 1 year international manufacturer's warranty.
Dunhill Product LineThe Dunhill New Facet 2000 White Ladies Mini watch (model DQ9000NM) features an 18K white gold case and quartz Swiss movement. Water resistant to 100 feet, it comes with a Louisiana Crocodile strap. This edition was limited to 200 pieces and listed for $5274.
The Women's Dunhill Millennium watch (model DQ2003NSZ) features a blue/rhodium Roman dial in a 28mm case, with a blue leather strap. Water resistant to 150 feet, it is listed at $679.
The Dunhill Centenary Quartz watch (model DQ1923M) features a polished stainless steel case and bracelet. The style recalls the earliest Dunhill wristwatches of the 1930's. This quartz movement chronograph under a bombe sapphire crystal is water resistant to 100 feet. The suggested retail price: $1171.
Dunhill Facet Dunhillion watch (model DC9001AL) features a hand polished stainless steel case, screw back and black dial, with stamped numerals & indices with Superluminova. This Dunhill Facet Dunhillion watch is also studded with 25 jewels. The crown is exclusive brushed stainless steel engraved with the Dunhill logo. Water resistant to 100 feet, this is listed for $1539.
Other Dunhill Series
Dunhill works to advance its movements while making subtle changes to classic Dunhill models. The Facet Darkar watch features a subdial at an unusual position (8 o'clock) and is set with a specially prepared hand-wound movement by Jaquet.
City Scape watches, RPM watches, Time Frame watches, Wafer watches and Excentric watches are just a few of the styles Dunhill carries, each elegantly subtle variations on classic styles.