The Daymark may seem like old news to some of our readers but like a fine wine it has only improved with age. There is something comfortingly solid and unchanging about it in a world which seems to be in constant flux. Like its namesake the Daymark tower, this watch is anchored in the ground and the earth, weathering the storms of fashion and remaining true to its central ideals. It is bold and harsh yet not in the least bit fickle. It demands respect with its hard lines but is not hostile. Though time has passed since it first burst onto the scene, it is as recognisable and reliable as it has ever been and we defy anyone to consign it to history just yet. A current watch and one held in stock.