25 Jun What should your new summer watch be?
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What will your preferred mode of transportation be?
What kind of places will you be visiting?
Where will you be eating?
What activities will you be doing?
What dessert will you indulge in?
What should your new summer watch be?
TAG Heuer Aquaracer
The ultimate sports watch inspired by the aquatic world. This TAG Heuer Aquaracer is the perfect companion for all your fun summer activities, whether you're scuba diving, sipping scotch or sightseeing in Italy, your trusty TAG will be there with you every step of the way. $2,550
Breitling Navitimer 8
The new Navitimer 8 collection heavily channels the original concept while also presenting a refreshing modern look. If there is one thing to be said about the Navitimer 8, it’s that it improves on all things legibility wise. This is bound to please a lot of vintage design lovers who have been scared off by contemporary Breitlings. The easy readability and versatile use of the classic Breitling chronograph makes this an easy go-to for your daily activities this summer and truly year round. $8,080
Panerai PAM 777
The brand new Panerai Luminor Marina Logo PAM 777, pairs the classic Bettarini-style case with an hand-wound, in-house movement with 3 days of power reserve. Originally designed for the Royal Italian Navy, a Panerai will be never let you down. Panerai made an amazing move this year to make these Logo watches with a new in-house movement which adds even more value to your watch. Take it diving or on your next business trip and you will not be disappointed. $5,000
Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur
It’s no secret that seafaring heritage is a huge inspiration for Ulysse Nardin. This watch is a perfect manifestation of that way of thinking, both inside and out. There’s plenty of old-school military styling on the dial and a movement that carries not one, but two certificates testifying to its accuracy. This is Ulysse Nardin doing what it does best from top to bottom. Offering irresistible excellence both in the aesthetic and technical aspect, this fascinating wristwatch from Ulysse Nardin, limited to 300 pieces, offers the essential timekeeping functions in a minimalistic and traditionally appealing manner. Take it to the sea or down the street...you won't be disappointed. $7,900
Girard-Perregaux Neo Bridges
Girard-Perregaux has some serious clout in watchmaking heritage, having been founded in 1791, this makes the brand the youngest child of the 3 oldest Swiss brands, Vacheron Constantin was founded in 1755, and Breguet was founded in 1775. At first glance, the Neo-Bridges is a modern artistic take on a skeletonized dial. Upon closer inspection, though, many intricate details reveal themselves, the light titanium case fits comfortably on the wrist, and the three bridges bring angularity to counter the roundness of the case and the wheels, and are executed to symmetrical perfection. This is a showstopper and is an amazing timepiece to add to your collection. $24,000