Top 7 luxury watches for men

Watches represent your personal style. A watch says a lot about a man and his character, it shows how much pride he takes in his appearance and how well he takes care of himself. A true reflection about oneself, finding the perfect timepiece is important. A watch should represent your time, is your time valuable then your watch should be to. Real luxury watches are not appreciated by the vast majority of people that see them, but rather a calling card for those true connoisseurs. There are many watches out there that claim to be luxurious but only cost a lot because of diamonds and expensive materials. Luxury watches have a sense of elegance about them that cannot be replicated so easily.
7] Rolex Rose Gold Cosmograph Daytona ($20000)
Every man needs a nice expensive watch in his watch collection for those special occasions and one of those watches is this Rolex Cosmography Daytona. This watch is one of a kind and the best looking, eye catching watch that says your a man of great taste and of great wealth. The Daytona is a a work of art with its chocolate dial and one that every man should consider when looking for a luxury watch. Centre hour, minute and seconds hands, small seconds hand at 6 o’clock. Chronograph (centre hand) accurate to within 1/8 of a second, 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock and 12-hour counter at 9 o’clock. Stop seconds for precise time setting
6] Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon ($1.2 million)
The name Patek Philippe is synonymous with luxury watches, and at the pinnacle of the Patek range is the Sky Moon Tourbillion. The Sky Moon is so rare and valuable that there is no estimated retail price, and only three are produced each year. This beauty features 13 complications and two dials. It possess a minute repeater with two cathedral gongs and a tourbillon; on the front dial, it indicates standard time and features a perpetual calendar with a retrograde date and a moonphase display. The rear dials set the stage for astronomical functions: they show the northern sky, sidereal time, and the angular progression and phases of the moon. This Sky Moon has a caliber with 686 components at just 12.6mm thick – impressive for the level of complexity.
5] MB&F HM3 FROG (£68000)
Easily the most playful of the luxury watches. Called the frog because of the two large crystal and aluminium domes that stick out from the case like an frogs eyes, this magnificent piece of creativity is perhaps the most talked about watch on the planet. People won’t even know it’s a watch just by looking at it.
4] Blancpain Le Brassus Minute Repeater Carousel (~$300,000)
The Blancpain Le Brassus Minute Repeater Carousel is a perfect example of the timepieces produced by Blancpain. It incorporates a carousel minute repeater with a one-minute flying carousel, to provide unparalleled performance. The watch case is 18 carat gold, with a white enamel dial which provides a transparent view of the inner workings of the timepiece. The case is 15.35 millimeters by 45 millimeters and secured with a brown alligator leather strap. This is truly an amazing watch and one of our favourites.

3] IWC SCHAFFHAUSEN (£100,000)

IWC SCHAFFHAUSEN’s ‘Portugieser Tourbillon Mystère Rétrograde’ watch is immaculately crafted from polished platinum, powered by a calibre 51900 Pellaton automatic movement and anchored with a glossy Santoni alligator strap. Artfully showcased at 12 o’clock, the namesake tourbillon, or ‘whirlwind’, complication perfects accuracy by offsetting gravitational error, considered by connoisseurs the ultimate achievement in mechanical watchmaking.

2] Brietling Navitimer (£19,200)

The favourite watch of pilots and dedicated aviation fans. Manufacturing a Breitling watch of this Calibre is perfection, navimeter a paragon of reliability and performance. This Navitimer 01 is distinguished by its black dial with a red seconds hand and applied hour-markers or numerals.

1] Montblanc Tradition Chronograph (£2000)

The Montblanc Tradition Chronograph boasts both a distinctive Montblanc design expression as well as classic watchmaking codes. The stainless steel case features the typical Montblanc straight horns and a new distinctive double-shaped bezel with a domed sapphire glass. The design expresses classical watchmaking codes, such as the black dial with Roman numerals and a prominent Roman “XII”. The traditional railway minuterie and the classic feuille and baton-shaped hands complete this elegant appearance.

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