Mens watches

Distinctively different, crafted with passion

Mens Watches

Sure, all watches tell the time and Curtis Australia watches’ highly accurate and reliable Swiss movements are among the best at time keeping.

What sets apart our watches is that they are finished by hand, one at a time. There is a distinctive style, – we have a heritage dating back before the 1890’s, but our designs are not the same old designs others have. So when you’re looking for something different – embrace the unique.

The Motima range are at the pinnacle of men’s watchmaking. they are designed to be a practical, reliable dress watch, with a screw down crown to reduce dust. Eight hand made solid gold screws secure the stainless steel exhibition case back, protecting the beautifully engraved rotor fitted to the precise Swiss movement. There’s no problem if you haven’t worn your watch for a while either – the 42 hour power reserve will keep your automatic watch ticking.

Step one: Choose your watch

The softly curved octagonal shape of the Motima Perpetual XT watch case brings you an elegant, distinctive watch that suits any occasion from relaxed through to formal.

The Motima Perpetual RT watch is at once comfortable and stylish – it’s soft curves an aspect of a contemporary design that defines the very essence of luxury.

Crafting Skills

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In this video, Glenn Curtis details just some of the many complex processes that go into hamdcrafting the watch bezels for Curtis Australia’s Motima Perpetual watch range. 

Each Curtis Australia watch is made individually, there are no production lines in our studio and we never rush anything; any extra time the watchmakers and jewellers at Curtis Australia spend refining and finishing is not a consideration when making your watch, the pursuit of excellence is our only objective.

TO GET SOME INKLING OF THE CRAFTSMANSHIP AND SKILL THAT GO INTO A CURTIS AUSTRALIA WATCH, CRAFTED IN VICTORIA BY WORLD-RENOWNED JEWELLER GLENN CURTIS, JUST TURN ONE OVER… THE SCREWS THAT SECURE THE CASE-BACK ARE A WORK OF ART IN THEIR OWN RIGHT.
STEVE COLQUHOUN, ROBB REPORT