From opulent designs to sporty, rugged frames, these ten watches have rightfully earned their place in our top 10 list of luxury watches for men. Why? Read on!
10. ‘Intelligent Quartz’ World Time Bracelet Watch by Timex
This handsome piece has a whole lot going on in terms of functionality – water resistant to 100 meters, a round dial displaying world time, a retrograde 24-hour sub-dial, even a display for the seasons – plus it’s pretty sturdy too.
9. AirBoss Mach 4 Mechanical Watch by Victorinox Swiss Army
The Victorinox Swiss Army Men’s AirBoss Mach 4 watch may have a traditional mechanical movement but its details like the luminous, silver-toned hands, bold numeral hour and seconds indexes, and the stainless steel bezel and case are definitely modern. And the most unique part? It’s transparent case back.
8. Steel Datron Watch by Movado
Movado has done it again; producing a series of practical yet stylish watches. The Datron features a stainless steel case, a silver tone dial to match the luminous hands and hour markers, water resistance of up to 50 meters, precise and automatic Swiss movement, and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal face.
7. Steel Classico 45 Watch by U-Boat
If you’re looking for a hardy watch to invest in, the Classico 45 is the one for you. With a design that’s bold and industrial, the watch also boasts tough features such as a power reserve of about 40 hours, resistance to water of up to 100 meters as well as a stainless steel case.
6. Steel Aquaracer 500M Calibre 16 Chronograph by Tag Heuer
And if you’ve got a little more cash to spare, then you could also consider Tag Heuer’s Aquaracer. Designed for the diving enthusiast, the watch is water resistant right down to 500 meters and even has an automatic helium escape valve which opens automatically to regulate pressure when you’re roughing out any challenging underwater activities.
5. Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch First Omega in Space by Omega
The closest that most of us will ever get to walking on the moon is probably dreaming of it. Or, the Omega Speedsmater. Originally introduced as a sports and racing chronograph, the Speedmaster or “Moonwatch” became famous for being the first watch worn on the moon during Apollo 11.
4. Steel Oyster Perpetual Date GMT-Master II Watch by Rolex
This particular watch is the watch for travellers as well as professionals who make a living out of flying; as the name suggests, the watch can be set to both a local time as well as GMT or another time zone without having one disrupting the other.
3. Steel Luminor 1950 8 Days GMT Watch by Panerai
A watch produced as a part of Panerai’s premium line, the Luminor is certainly an interesting watch. It boasts an 8 day power reserve as well as a twelve hour GMT which includes a day/night indicator, and also has a water resistance rating of up to 100 meters.
2. Rose Gold Ballon Bleu De Cartier Watch by Cartier
The entire Ballon Bleu collection by Cartier is breathtaking but the rose gold one has got to be the icing on this very delicious cake of a collection. Placed against brown leather straps, the union certainly is a perfect one. On to the functions and features, the watch is 30 meters water resistant, scratch resistant and has a self winding automatic movement.
1. White-Gold Senator Diary Watch by Glashütte Original
We all know watches are for keeping time but sometimes we need it to be more than just that. We need it to be able to alert us of the significant personal milestones in our lives and the Senator Diary does just that, by allowing us to set an alarm as early as 30 days ahead instead of the usual 24 hours – this way, you’ll know that you’ll never miss a birthday or anniversary, ever.