Sometimes there is only one way you want to see a watch: on the wrist! In its natural habitat, with clothing to match, it gives the best impression of how the watch will look around your own wrist, like one of these seven very different, yet very tempting examples.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Chronograph
With the Master Chronograph Jaeger-LeCoultre gives a lesson in how to create a classic chronograph. Everything is just right about the design of this watch, which includes the manufacture movement.
De Bethune DB29T Enamel
The DB29T Enamel shows a different side of De Bethune. While it seemingly doesn’t look as high-tech as some of the other watches from the brand, it is still a very refined dress watch, with some avant-garde twists.
Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph Italia Independent
Also the Classic Fusion Chronograph Italia Independent shows another side of Hublot. Although powered by the technically advanced UNICO movement, the Italia Independent appeals to you sartorial style with dial and strap made from refined fabrics selected by founder Lapo Elkann.
HYT H4 Metropolis
With their fluid technology did HYT revolutionize the watch industry. While the H4 Metropolis is quite novel in the way it displays time, this doesn’t come with a sacrifice when it comes to readability, and that might also explain the popularity of this watch.
Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Automatic Skeleton
With the Excalibur Spider did Roger Dubuis take skeleton watches to the next level. Not only are the bridges and main plate reduced to the bare minimum but Roger Dubuis was also able to craft them into a star design. The micro-rotor serves as the cherry on top!
Richard Mille RM 69 Erotic Tourbillon
A naughty watch unlike any other. When you need any idea’s on how to please your partner, this watch can give them to you, in a full mechanical fashion of course. And because they can, Richard Mille added a tourbillon as well, just because he can!
Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special
A time-only watch that you call “Extra Special”? It is a title rightfully earned by this Zenith, not only thanks to its manufacture movement but also with its on-point design, which is delightfully retro and surprisingly sportive.
source: hautetime.com BY ALEX TEUSCHER