A luxury watch tells more than the time; it tells something of its owner. Here are the top luxury watches for men.
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Introduced in 2010, this is the first watch caliber in the company’s history, designed specifically for the men’s “sports” market, and it’s the first that's equipped with an automatic mechanical movement crafted entirely in house at its La Chaux-de-Fonds workshop in Switzerland.
Omega Speedmaster is a brand of chronograph wristwatches produced by the Omega Watch Company. Many different watches have been marketed under the Speedmaster name over the years. The manual winding Speedmaster Professional or "Moonwatch" is the most well-known and longest-produced; it was worn during the first American spacewalk during Gemini 4 and was the first watch worn on the moon during Apollo 11. The Speedmaster Professional remains one of several watches qualified by NASA for spaceflight and is still the only one so qualified for EVA.
This timeless classic was introduced to the public in 1954, and has become the most iconic watch produced by one of the most widely recognized luxury brands in the world; Rolex. The Submariner has made its mark through legends such as Steve McQueen as well as numerous appearances on the wrist of Mr. Style himself, James Bond. Its elegant yet clean design has hardly required any changes since its first appearance, and should be part of any collectors portfolio.
The Explorer is the Rolex tool watch par excellence. Nothing flashy, nothing more than pure utilitarian purpose to its looks. The new model has been up-scaled to 39 mm. Other slight changes include a matte face and the omission of any Chromolite on the numerals. This gives the latest Explorer a similar look to the famous ‘blacked-out’ models of the past. The new model also gets an Oysterlock clasp with the Easylink comfort extension link.
Perhaps the best bit about the new Explorer though is what Rolex didn’t do. No crazy oversized case. No polished centre-links. No ludicrous colour combinations. No maxi-dial. The core values that first made us fall in love with Rolex sports watches are preserved: quiet purposeful restraint.
The GMT-Master, introduced in 1955, was developed to meet the needs of international pilots. The GMT-Master II has proved to be even more invaluable, as it features a rotatable 24-hour graduated bezel that allows those who travel the world to read three different time zones. Two simultaneously. The 40 mm GMT-Master II is fitted with a virtually scratch-resistant black Cerachrom disc.
The Super Avenger Black Steel doesn’t require a user manual. Massive and heavy, it has been designed for men’s wrists, and strong ones. With its generous dimensions (48,40 mm), don’t count on it being a discreet partner at a corporate meeting: its size prevents any shirt to be closed at the wrist.
Named after the legendary Tag Heuer Carrera Panamericana Mexico road race, the Tag Heuer Carrera range has graced the wrists of many racing giants. In 1887, Edouard Heuer made history with the oscillating pinion. In 2010, Tag Heuer gave it new life and re-engineered it in-house, to create the Calibre 1887 chronograph, which won the “La Petite Aiguille” 2010 Best Watch of the Year Award at the Grand Prix de l’Horlogerie de Genève.
The OMEGA Speedmaster is one of OMEGA’s most iconic timepieces. The Moonwatch "First Omega in Space" was inspired by the watch worn by astronaut Wally Shirra in 1962 as he orbited the earth during the "Sigma 7" mission
The Chopard Mille Miglia Gran Turismo XL concept asserts itself by both size and content. Endurance, precision and high legibility were the initial requirements leading to the creation of this collection. An extra-large case (44 mm in diameter).