Martin Scorsese Watch Collection | SwissWatchExpo

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From …  Spotlight on: the watches of 
legendary director, . 's more than 50-year career 
has been marked by films of immense cultural,   historical, and aesthetic significance. Critical and financial successes 
like The Color of Money,   Gangs of New York, and The Wolf of Wall 
Street are just some of his masterpieces. A towering figure in cinema, and 
a long time lover of watches,   it's no surprise that Martin is 
also a long-time ambassador. He combined both interests in 2008,   when he became a mentor for the  
Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative.
  As an arbiter of taste, what does 
wear on his wrist?   Check out the timepieces 
of the legendary director. Martin wears an 18 karat white gold  
President Day-Date 40 with a blue dial.   Widely recognized as a status symbol, the 
Day-Date comes exclusively in gold or platinum. A powerful statement piece, the Day-Date 
40 comes in a 40 millimeter case that's   larger than the traditional Day-Date. The contemporary size is matched by bold 
styling – with a sharply fluted bezel,   faceted Roman numeral markers, 
and polished center links.

Martin also wears the 18 karat yellow gold version 
of the Rolex Day-Date 40. The original Rolex   President Day-Date donned by leaders the world 
over, comes in the traditional 36 millimeter size. This is a modernized take that 
answers the trend for larger watches. The Rolex Day-Date 40 is powered by 
the new generation Calibre 3-2-5-5,   which offers remarkable minus 2 to plus 2 seconds 
per day accuracy, and 70 hours of power reserve. One of the watches that has 
accompanied Martin in his career,   is the ruggedly handsome Rolex 
Submariner in stainless steel.   He wears the reference 1-6-6-1-0, which 
was produced from the 1980s until 2010. A diver's tool watch at its core,   many watch lovers wear the Rolex 
Submariner as a daily timepiece. With its versatile black dial and 
bezel, resilient all-steel finish,   and sleek construction, the Rolex Submariner 
is a timepiece for every occasion. Enjoying this video so far? Subscribe to 
our channel, and get updates on new videos. If Martin has the classic Rolex Submariner,   he also has the unorthodox yet 
iconic . Launched in time for the 50th 
anniversary of the Submariner,   the Kermit's green bezel was 
a first in Rolex's range.

Now discontinued, this version of the Kermit 
continues to be a prized collector's item,   and remains in demand in the pre-owned market. While Martin heavily favors Rolex watches, he 
has one all-American timepiece in his watchbox:   a Ralph Lauren Automotive. The watch speaks of Ralph Lauren's 
love of cars and watchmaking,   as it takes its design cues from rare vintage 
automobiles owned by the American designer. Much like his films, Martin Scorsese’s 
watches are memorable and enduring.  Which watch was your favorite? 
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