As the world starts to open back up, having a luxurious timepiece on your wrist is an essential part of your fit. A watch tends to signify class, maturity, and a sense of style. Sure, you can always use your phone to check the time, but nothing shows a sense of style than checking the time with a luxurious watch.
While you're wearing one of these top luxury watches, checking the time gives you the excitement that you get to show off and use your watch. With all the several intricacies that your watch entails within, nothing beats having an elegant watch on your wrist.
As there are so many watches out there to choose from, we compiled a list of some of our favourite luxury watches that come with exceptional style and will be sure to bring an emotional attachment to you.
Top Mens Luxury Watches
With the new 2022 model of the Day-Date Rolex Watch, I'm sure you will not be disappointed with this piece. 40 inches with 18 CT Yellow Gold, a diamond-paved dial, a diamond-set bezel, and a president bracelet. The Day-Date is the first watch to indicate the day of the week spelled out in full back in 1956 when it was first created. The date is also available in multiple languages.
Some features of the 2022 model are the 3255 Movement which is a new generation, developed by Rolex for a high-performance level. The Cyclops magnifying lens allows for the date to be displayed crystal clear with a 2.5 times magnification for easy reading. The President bracelet is equipped with semi-circular three-piece links, which was originally created in 1956 along with the Oyster Perpetual Day-Date.
The ultimate piece for racing. The Rolex Cosmograph Daytona is another Oyster Perpetual collection with 18 CT Yellow Gold but a unique design has meteorite and a black dial with an oyster bracelet allows for style and elegance when wearing this piece. After over 50 years, this is among the top sports chronographs.
Designed for endurance race car drivers, it has three counters and a tachymetric scale. The bezel allows you to read the average speed over a given distance based on elapsed time. Ideal for units going over 400 km/h to measure speed.
Built with oystersteel and yellow gold features, the Datejust 36 is your classic Rolex! The golden dial leaves a distinctive look with the added fluted bezel, a Rolex signature. The Fluted bezel helps keep the watch waterproof with its design and architecture. The Datejust 36 is a staple in the Rolex collection and fleet of timepieces.
With the birth of the Omega Seamaster taking place back in 1957, this watch was originally designed for professionals who went underwater or as divers. Over the last 50-plus years, this timepiece is now making a comeback with enhancements and a new sleek form.
With a sand-blasted black dial, 18k yellow gold bezel coated with 'vintage' Super-LumiNova. The gold bezel has a ceramic bezel ring with a Ceragold diving scale. A true Omega classic timepiece you must get your hands on!
Constellation Co-Axial Master:
The Omega Constellation Co-Axial Master has the half-moons and "claws" on the side of the case making this timepiece one to have in your collection. 18k yellow gold model has a black ceramic bezel with Roman numerals in Ceragold. A date window at the 6 o'clock position with a sun-brushed black dial creates a dynamic look. With the hands, Omega logo, Constellation star, and facetted indexes all in 18k gold, this timepiece will be shining on your wrist.
Carrera Limited Edition
If you're looking for not only high performance but also high precision, the Tag Heuer Carrera limited edition watch is the one. The Maison's iconic design is powered by the most prestigious complication in watchmaking.
The Tag Carrera is an automatic chronograph and features a diameter of 45 mm, with a titanium bracelet. This is the first time a tourbillon-equipped watch has the classic H-shape bracelet made of lightweight Grade 5 titanium. You'll be gleaming with confidence while you wear this watch.
If you are more interested in a bold style, this all-back design is highlighted by a silver-tone dial and is sure to elevate that dark and illustrious look. The word "CHRONOMETER" is printed in bold red between 8 and 9 o'clock. This is an all-ceramic version of TAG Heuer's flagship Carrera Heuer-02 Tourbillon Chronograph.
The fixed tachymeter bezel, 45mm case, and "H-shape" bracelet are all made of black matte ceramic. The black skeletonized dial is a delight to the eye. Silver-toned and sub-dials at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock measure chronograph minutes and hours. The one-minute flying tourbillon cage is revealed through a large, circular window at 6 o’clock.
The in-house movement is subjected to three weeks of rigorous testing to ensure that it meets the Swiss testing agency COSC's strict chronometer accuracy standards.
Navitimer B01 Chronograph 46
The iconic pilot's chronograph by Breitling is all about the journey, not the destination. In order to help all pilots perform necessary flight calculations, Willy Breitling created a wrist-worn chronograph with a circular slide rule in 1952. Two years later, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) adopted the design as its official timepiece.
Pilots weren't the only people drawn to the watch's irresistible aesthetic. Celebrities of the time, such as Miles Davis and Serge Gainsbourg, were fans, demonstrating that the Navitimer had both style and function.
Since its debut 70 years ago, there have been many iterations of Breitling's icon, but this new Navitimer B01 Chronograph 46 captures its most classic features while enhancing them with modern refinements. A flattened slide rule and a domed crystal give the appearance of a slimmer profile. A lustrous yet understated finish is achieved by alternating polished and brushed metal elements. The updated dial options are distinguished by new colours in blue, green, and copper tones. And if there's one update that's certain to bring back memories, it's the return of the AOPA wings to their original position at 12 o'clock.
Breitling's original pilot's watch has been adored by aviators and fashionistas alike for the past 70 years. It is Breitling's most iconic timepiece and one of the most recognizable watches of all time, worn by astronauts in space and the biggest stars on Earth.
Super AVI B04 Chronograph GMT 46 P-51 Mustang
Breitling's history is inextricably linked to the history of flight, from the first daring takeoffs to the birth of commercial air travel. It introduced yet another novel flight instrument in the 1930s, this time in wearable form, two decades later: the Ref. 765 AVI.
The Super AVI P-51 Mustang is a true pilot's watch designed to withstand the rigors of a vintage cockpit, with large, highly legible Arabic numerals on the dial and bezel. The case measures 46mm in diameter, and the oversized crown is located at 3 o'clock. Knurled bezels improve grip, and top-stitched calfskin straps pay homage to the seams found on vintage flight gear. Pilots and other travellers will appreciate the ability to track a second-time zone using the inner bezel's 24-hour marking and the red-tipped GMT hand.
The Super AVI is powered by the COSC-certified Breitling Manufacture Caliber B04 movement, which has a power reserve of approximately 70 hours. Made with 18k red gold, 100m water resistance, and screwed-in sapphire crystal, this watch is not only versatile but has the style to back it up.
Premier B15 Duograph 42
The Premier Duograph, which pays homage to three generations of inventors – Léon, Gaston, and Willy Breitling – demonstrates Breitling's watchmaking expertise with its split-second complication. The Premier, as Willy Breitling put it, is an "unmistakable stamp of impeccable taste." This latest generation of Premier chronographs reintroduces its timeless elegance and demonstrates Breitling's highest level of watchmaking through a variety of iconic Premier complications, including the Chronograph, Duograph, and Datora.
The heritage-revived Premier chronographs feature rectangular chronograph pushers, a bi-compax chronograph look, and Arabic numerals, as well as a variety of elegant design details such as grooves on the case-sides, open sapphire casebacks, and vintage-inspired hands. The Duograph is available in two finishes: stainless steel with a blue dial and a gold brown alligator strap and 18k red gold with a black dial and a black alligator strap.
Breitling coined the term "duograph" in the 1940s to refer to a "chronograph rattrapante." A rattrapante (from the French "rattraper" – "to catch up") is one of the most intricate watch complications. It ranks alongside the tourbillon and minute repeater in terms of manufacturing difficulty. Its purpose is to measure two elapsed times at the same time (intermediate and split time), which it displays on the central chronograph with two hands.
The manually wound cosc-certified Breitling Manufacture Caliber B15 powering the Duograph features two patented innovations: one to simplify the mechanism and the other to improve accuracy.
The Tradition 7097 features 18-carat gold and anthracite self-winding movement with retrograde seconds. The Tradition watch is filled with 18-carat gold and has a self-winding anthracite movement with retrograde seconds. With a silicon Breguet balance-spring, off-centered dial in silvered gold, and engine turned by hand. Sapphire crystal case back plus water-resistant to 3 bar (30 m).
Marine Tourbillon Équation Marchante 5887
Marine “Grande Complication” wristwatch with running equation of time, perpetual calendar, and tourbillon. Self-winding movement with balance spring in silicon. Day, retrograde date, month, and leap year indications. Power-reserve indicator and with a solar minutes hand-highlighted by a facetted golden sun. Tourbillon carriage in titanium which has small seconds and equation cam on the tourbillon shaft. The dial is gold complemented by hand-engraved on a rose engine with a sapphire caseback and water-resistant to 10 bar (100m).
Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon Flyback Chronograph
This limited edition Code 11.59 of 50 pieces features an architectural dial in black and pink gold tones that add depth to the two-tone case made of 18-carat white and pink gold. The manufacturer has designed a modern double-curved sapphire crystal with a tense, arched profile that plays with depth, perspective, and light for a one-of-a-kind optical experience. While its internal surface is dome-shaped, it curves vertically from 6 to 12 o'clock.
The sophisticated case features 18-carat pink gold, bezel, lugs, pushpieces and crown, glareproof sapphire crystal and caseback. The dial has bold black counter rings, a black lacquered inner bezel, and hands made of 18-carat pink gold.
Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet Self-Winding Chronograph
The sunburst smoked blue lacquered dial of the Code 11.59 Chronograph is set in an 18-carat pink gold case. The manufacturer has designed a modern double-curved sapphire crystal with a tense, arched profile that plays with depth, perspective, and light for a one-of-a-kind optical experience. The internal surface is dome-shaped, except it curves vertically from 6 to 12 o'clock.
The case and caseback are in 18-carat pink gold, with a double-glareproofed sapphire crystal. The dial is smoked lacquered blue with a sunray pattern base, 18-carat pink gold applied hour markers and hands, and a black lacquered inner bezel. The strap is black rubberized with an 18-carat pink gold pin buckle.
Royal Oak Frosted Gold Double Balance Wheel Openworked
The openworked dial of the Royal Oak is enhanced by the 18-carat white gold case that glitters with Frosted Gold. The double balance wheel, which can be seen on both sides of the watch, improves accuracy. Hammered 18-karat white gold case, sapphire crystal and caseback, screw-locked crown Openworked slate grey dial, pink gold applied hour markers, and luminescent Royal Oak hands. Bracelet in 18-karat white gold hammered with an AP folding clasp.
Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon "50th Anniversary"
The stainless steel Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon features the new Royal Oak design evolution and a smoked blue "Grande Tapisserie" dial. The "50-years" oscillating weight is displayed on the sapphire caseback.
The stainless steel case, sapphire crystal, and caseback are glareproofed, and the crown is screw-locked. Smoked blue dial with "Grande Tapisserie" pattern, white gold applied hour markers and luminescent Royal Oak hands. Bracelet in stainless steel with an AP folding clasp.
With its high-frequency movement (5 Hz) incorporating all "Patek Philippe Advanced Research" innovations in the field of Silinvar® and its patented display ensuring fast and accurate 1/10th of a second reading, the Ref. 5470P-001 demonstrates Patek Philippe competence and innovative spirit in the field of short-time measurement.
To push the boundaries of mechanical horology even further, the engineers increased the frequency of the calibre CH 29-535 PS from 4 to 5Hz (36,000 semi-oscillations per hour for 10 jumps per second), allowing them to measure tenths of a second.
The dial's exquisite blue contrasts well with the platinum case's sparkling reflections. The dial's colours are well complemented by the navy blue leather strap with an embossed fabric design and red ornamental seams.
Complications Rose Gold Skeleton Watch
Patek Philippe has unveiled a new rose-gold version of its Calatrava skeleton timepiece. The iconic ultra-thin self-winding calibre 240 movement, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, is completely skeletonized, ornamented, and engraved by hand; the engraving alone takes over 130 hours.
The Patek Philippe Seal logo is inscribed on the winding rotor for the first time. It pays homage to the manufacturer's meticulously kept rare handcrafts. Hand-engraved decoration on a skeleton movement with a 22k gold off-center mini-rotor.
Black Bay Chrono S&G
The Black Bay Chrono S&G watch has a 41 mm steel case with a polished satin finish. Self-winding mechanical movement with bidirectional rotor system with a power reserve of up to 70 hours. The bezel is fixed with yellow gold tied nicely together with the matte black anodized aluminum disc with a tachymetric scale.
The bracelet is made out of riveted steel and yellow golf bracelet, with a polished and satin finish plus the folding clasp and safety catch. There is also two yellow gold screwn-down pushers at 2 and 4 o'clock.
Defy Double Tourbillon
The DEFY 21 Double Tourbillon Sapphire is a limited edition of 10 pieces and is crafted in a 46mm transparent sapphire case showing the 1/100th of a second chronograph with a 60-second tourbillon driving the time and a 6-second tourbillon driving the chronograph in a special "starry sky" movement decoration.
Defy Zero G
The DEFY Zero-G Sapphire is a limited edition of ten pieces, crafted in a 46mm transparent sapphire case, displaying the redesigned Gravity Control movement with an open execution. On a gold base, the dial is handcrafted in a mosaic of meteorite, aventurine glass, and grand feu enamel.
The hours and minutes excentred at 12 o'clock with a self-regulating gravity control module at 6 o'clock. The power reserve indication is at the 2 o'clock position with the small seconds at 9 o'clock.
Protect Your Watches With A Case
Now that you've seen some amazing timepieces and are planning out your next purchase, you want to ensure that those pieces are safe and sound. One of the biggest problems watch enthusiasts face is where to store and how to travel with multiple pieces. A Travel Watch Case is the exact solution to solve all your problems. The watch case allows you to store and travel with 3 watches and each watch has its own pouch for secured storage. The case is also tight and compact, leaving plenty of space in your suitcase for clothes and other travel items.