Men’s luxury watches you might have missed

This one goes out to all the men. Remember this sentence, dress well, just dress well. Never let anyone tell you other things. Looking good is closely related to feeling good. Isn’t that what we all want in the end? When it comes to luxury watches, people often think about what kind of watches a man should wear. The idea of ​​sticking to a certain type of watch is not progressing at all, and it is ridiculous in many ways. The world of haute horology is huge, and there are limits to exploring new horizons.

We are living in the 21st century, everyone has the right to do whatever they want, and of course to abide by the law. This blog will focus on men and luxury watches they don’t know they need. let’s start?

Longines Spirit Pilot’s Watch (Ref. L3.810 and Ref. L3.811)
These Longines watches are available in 40 mm and 42 mm case sizes. The body is made of stainless steel, while the dial shows matte black, grained silver and sunny blue themes. The dial also has Arabic numerals with super luminous coating for hour markers. The reference provides a water resistance of 100 meters, which is impressive because it is a pilot’s watch.

The movement used is L888.4, which provides a power reserve of approximately 64 hours. The COSC authentication mechanism runs at a frequency of 25,200 vph and provides hours, minutes, central seconds, and finally the date. Oh, it also has a silicon balance spring.

Roger Dubuis Excalibur Diabolus In Machina
The bad boy was packed in a box 45 mm wide and 16.8 thick. The shell material used is CarTech Micro-Melt BioDur CCMTM. This material is essentially a metal, initially as a powder, and then sintered into a solid form. Compared with ordinary stainless steel, its biggest advantage is that it is more wear-resistant. In addition, even if it is worn and scratched, it will look new and maintain its gloss.

This Roger Dubuis Excalibur watch has a blue dial with a minute track engraved on it. The time markers are in the form of Roman numerals and applied batons. Yes, there are lights on the hands and hour markers. The 30-meter water resistance may seem a bit less, but considering that you will never go to the beach with this watch, that’s okay.

IWC Portugal Tourbillon Retrograde Chronograph
The Portugieser Tourbillon Chronograph Retrograde is for those who like to be different. Don’t get me wrong, it is not as avant-garde as the Roger Dubuis timepiece, but it is definitely made of completely different fabrics.

This 43.5 mm wide and 16 mm thick timepiece features platinum and an 18-carat 5N Armor Gold case. The dial color is silver or blue respectively. Considering that it is a formal watch at the end of the day, 3 bar or 30 meters water resistance is appropriate. Santoni blue leather is a bonus because it adds a much-needed talent.

The IWC 89900 movement provides a 68-hour power reserve. The manual and automatic movement with an 18-carat gold oscillating weight runs at 28,800 vph. The mechanism provides a retrograde date and a chronograph with coaxial hours and minutes.

Some special mentions in this watch are the tourbillon with stop-second function, which is unusual for tourbillon timepieces. You can also get a pallet fork and a hollow escape wheel coated with IWC diamond shell technology. According to IWC, this helps reduce friction and increase the efficiency of energy delivery to the balance wheel.

Panerai Luminor Marina Panerai Goldtech 44mm
As the name suggests, the Luminor Marina Panerai Goldtech 44mm case is made of the brand’s patented Goldtech material. The blue sandwich dial with satin sun pattern decoration is a highlight of this watch. The hour markers will glow, and the hands will also glow. The watch comes with a blue leather strap with beige stitching. It has a trapezoidal pin buckle made of brushed Panerai Goldtech. The timepiece also has an additional blue rubber strap. Finally, this watch provides 50 meters of water resistance.

The movement used by Panerai is the automatic P.9010 movement. In addition to the standard hours, minutes, small seconds and date functions, this watch also provides a power reserve of approximately 72 hours or 3 days.

Purnell Escape II Carbon and Escape II all black
The case of the Purnell Escape II all black and forged carbon models is made of forged carbon or grade 5 titanium coated with black DLC. Both references are 48 mm wide and 19 mm thick, which is quite large if you ask me. Water resistance is limited to 30 meters. In terms of movement, we have the CP03 movement designed and produced by Eric Coudray.

This brings us to the main attraction of these watches, namely the three-axis double tourbillon “Spherion”. The cage of the fabricator rotates at a rate of 30 seconds, 16 seconds, and the last 8 seconds. The timepiece also has a porter escapement and a fixed escape wheel. The mechanism operates at a frequency of 21,600 times per hour and is equipped with 67 jewels. It provides a decent power reserve of approximately 32 hours. The power reserve indication is done through a suspended mobile cone.

Another thing to note about this mechanism is that it has six springs in four barrels, all of which are parallel to each other.