Perhaps the most striking piece to ever grace Elordi’s wrist is this yellow gold Rolex Bubbleback 6084 from the ’50s, which he wore as Felix Catton throughout Saltburn. A hallmark of the ’30s—the name comes from the large screw-down casebacks—it was the precursor to the Explorer and the Oyster. It’s unclear whether Elordi actually got to keep this grail-level prop, but it certainly fits with his classic slouchy style.

TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300

Jacob Elordis Watch Collection Is Full of Classic Movie Star Grails

Elordi is more than Kenough in the TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300—a watch that perfectly exemplifies a watch industry embracing change. A pink dial, diamond hour markers, and 36mm in size? That’s a “women’s watch” by industry standards, but like many stylish collectors before him, Elordi rejects that notion outright. And when the watch in question is as good as this bold diver, complete with a wave motif across the dial, who can blame him?

This story originally appeared on British GQ with the title ‘Jacob Elordi’s watch collection ranges from grail-worthy to accessible’

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