Watches with style
If you're a man who cares about style, you probably own a few watches: an everyday look, a weekend watch, plus maybe the damn good-looking watch, and even a luxury watch that's bespoke.
Then we got a small guide for some really interesting watches that might tantalize the mind and offer some more variety to a collection. Maybe even spark up a new collection of both expensive and non-expensive, yet stylish watches for everyday use.
Michael Kors Oversize Men's Bradshaw Watch - Gunmetal
A fairly inexpensive watch that offers style and functionality at a low price. It has a Gunmetal stainless steel case with black and rose golden accents, a round bezel with rose golden numeric detail as well as a Brushed gunmetal chronograph dial with rose golden Roman numeral time stops and accents. Apart from that, it offers functionality such as a stopwatch function and is water-resistant up to 10 ATMs. The case itself is 48mm wide, so it's a big thing. The price is around 200 EUR.
Victorinox Swiss Army "Officer's" Leather Strap Watch with Knife
Victorinox is most famous for its pocketknife that has been around forever. This watch features a lustrous stainless steel refined watch case with a clean, easy-to-read dial and a smooth leather strap. It is also water-resistant up to 10 ATMs and the included knife features a blade, screwdriver, bottle opener, and toothpick so that you can go all McGuyver when needed. The kit is priced at around 400 EURO.
Adidas Originals "Santiago" Polyurethane Strap Watch
The Adidas brand has a lot of different apparel, apart from the clothes that they offer. All have a certain sporty feel to them and this watch is no exception. A prominent case gives a retro look to a glossy monochromatic watch dominated by a contrasting Trefoil logo on the numberless sunray dial. It's priced around 50 EURO.
Karl Lagerfeld "7" Beveled Bezel Bracelet Watch
A more widely known designer than Karl Lagerfeld is hard to come by these days. He has been around for ages and always reinvents himself and his designs. A fairly timeless design featuring lots of angles yet it has a certain simplicity to it. Lucky seven is the only Roman numeral displayed on an edgy watch framed with faceted metal studs. A crown etched with the designer's profile coolly finishes the statement-making silhouette. The watch is priced around the 200 EURO mark.
Movado "Sapphire Synergy" Chronograph
Honored as the first watch company to have its design selected as part of the New York MoMA permanent collection, Movado is revered for sleek lines and luxe, modern minimalism. The Movado "Sapphire Synergy" Chronograph is no exception to its timeless design. Chronograph eyes punctuate a bold, futuristic watch case elegantly balanced by a sleek rubber strap. Priced around the 1.500 EURO mark.
Omega Spacemaster Z-33
Elegantly fashioned with a 43mm Titanium case, with a Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal face with anti-reflective treatment on both sides. The elaborate Calibre 5666 thermo-compensated multi-functional Omega Quartz movement has been created through the consultation of professional pilots. This sophisticated timepiece fashions analog hands, with an LCD window display along with 24-hour reading, perpetual calendar, alarm, and menu functions. The strap is crafted from tanned leather, also available in rubber with brand logo detail. It has a power reserve of 24 months and is water-resistant up to 30m. Prices are around 4.500 EURO.
Breitling Navitimer B01 Navitimer
The favorite watch of pilots and dedicated aviation fans laid a major milestone in its history by taking aboard Breitling Caliber 01 - the most reliable and high-performance self-winding chronograph movement, entirely developed and produced in the Breitling workshops. Equipped with a case featuring a slightly larger 43mm diameter, the Navitimer 01 is distinguished by its black dial with a red seconds hand and applied hour-markers or numerals, representing details that give even greater depth and character to its iconic face. Prices are around 7.650 EURO.
Cartier Santos-Dumont Skeleton
The finesse of the Santos Dumont case, its modernity, and extra-flat profile combined with the sheer purity of its figurative skeleton movement make this a contemporary and extremely elegant watch. Cartier watchmakers have achieved a tremendous feat of craftsmanship by creating a skeleton movement with bridges in the shape of Roman numerals to indicate the time. Prices are around the 40.000 EURO mark.