2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished
Ref: Signalman GMT

2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished
2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished
2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished
2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished
2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished
2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished
2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished
2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished
2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished
Regular price
£2,250.00
Sale price
£2,250.00
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per 

Points of Mention

This watch is sold with its original Schofield box, cloth, spring bar removal tool, and paperwork. It is paired with five 24mm Schofield straps, the one paired on the watch is new and unworn, and the remaining 4 are used. The watch is from April 2015 and is worn, as you can see, and has come back from a polish with Schofield. It comes with our 12-Month NON-Waterproof Warranty.

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The Watch

The 2015 Schofield Signalman GMT & Power Reserve Polished is limited to 300 pieces. It is inspired by the 18th and 19th-century Lighthouses found around the UK coastline. It has a 44mm mirror-polished stainless steel case, whose shape is based on the powerful lights used in a Lighthouse, the case has a four-part patented construction of stainless steel, which explains its 15mm thickness on the outside and a two-part anti-magnetic movement shell. The crown has two gaskets, and the double-domed sapphire crystal sits just under the lip of the bezel, it has an AR Coating for better viewing. The black dial is made of brass and coated in copper oxide to give it the black; it is multi-levelled with the applied numerals and indexes on the top level while the power reserve indicator and GMT Subdial, a date window at 3 o’clock are recessed on the lower level. The pusher for the GMT is unusually built into, and through the lug assembly to activate it, you use the special tool included in the box. Its diamond-polished hands are held by tiny pins and filled with Superluminova, complemented by a red-tipped sweeping second hand. On the back, a screw-down case back with a Lighthouse engraving radiating light, inside an automatic Swiss Soprod Cal. 9335 based on the Soprod Alternance 10 Calibre (A10) movement with the 9335 module placed on top to handle the Power Reserve and the GMT complications, 25 jewels, 28,800 beats per Hour. The watch comes paired with five 24mm Schofield straps secured by a signed buckle and comes with its Schofield presentation box, cloth, spring bar removal tool and paperwork.


Personal Note

I have always been a vocal fan of Schofield watches, their bold and unapologetic designs and their enthusiastic CEO Giles! Now, I'm even more biased being a proud owner of a Schofield... I wouldn't hesitate to purchase this watch and add it to your collection, it's big and bold and unapologetic in its design, as it should be!


The Brand

Giles Ellis made a grand debut of his brand, Schofield, at the Salon QP event held in London in 2011. The brand's headquarters are in Sussex, a picturesque county on the south coast of the UK, just a short distance from Brighton. Ellis, a visionary watchmaker, has been instrumental in the revival of British watchmaking, which has gained significant momentum in recent years. Schofield's brand reflects his passion for traditional craftsmanship and is highly regarded for its precision, quality, and innovative designs. In the initial models, such as the Signalman GMT PR and its DLC variant, the brand established its identity with a combination of high-quality materials, reliable Swiss movements, and a touch of British flair. The Patinated Bronze Beater B3 demonstrated the brand's willingness to explore unique materials and finishes. In 2024, after maintaining the same core case design for almost 15 years, Schofield surprised the watch world with the Light. This new model represented a significant departure, featuring a smaller 40mm case size while staying true to the brand's commitment to functionality and meticulous construction. The Light offered a fresh interpretation of the classic field watch, incorporating subtle military influences and prioritising wearability. With the introduction of the Light, Schofield indicated its intention to expand its appeal while remaining steadfast to its fundamental principles. The brand continues to innovate, utilising high-grade materials and movements to produce enduring timepieces designed to endure the test of time.