12 Most spectacular men's watches

Published: 2021-12-10  

When looking for a new men's watch, the choice is not that easy given the large volume of models and brands. When choosing, there are a few factors to take into account, but the main ones will undoubtedly be the one that best suits your style and budget. In the following list are some of the best men's watches presented by the most most prestigious brands in the world of watchmaking.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185 Quadriptyque

This beautiful watch is the first wristwatch with four dials. It took six years to develop. It has three displays of lunar information, including the synodic cycle, the draconic cycle, and the anomalistic cycle. (Whatever that is). It has 11 complications, including a perpetual calendar and a minute repeater. It's made of white gold and costs $1.6 million  (€1.35 million).


Hublot Big Bang Tourbillon Integral Full Sapphire

Several brands have already experimented with using sapphire crystal as a box material, but Hublot is at the forefront. In the new Big Bang Tourbillon Integral all movements and interior parts are clearly visible through the sapphire case and dial. The overall impact is impressive is a tough, lightweight and extremely scratch resistant model, priced at $422,000 (€374,000).


Montblanc Star Legacy Metamorphosis LE 8

Montblanc's incredibly complicated watches, such as the Star Legacy Metamorphosis, are intended to be a showcase and reminder of the brand's impressive capabilities. On this luxurious watch, just press a button and slide a lever, and the watch will change into two different faces with a mechanical animation. The complete watch comprises over 718 tiny components, all handcrafted by Montblanc in their specialized facilities. The price will be around $253,500 (€225,000).


Roger Dubuis Excalibur Double Flying Tourbillon

Roger Dubuis presents the latest model of the Excalibur Double Flying Tourbillon. The skeletonized star on this luxury watch is not part of the base movement. Excalibur watches are designed as contemporary works of art, with each component being finished by hand. Pricing for the rose gold model starts at $214,000 (€189,000).


Patek Philippe 5236P Perpetual Calendar

The brand new 5236P-001 is a perpetual calendar with a unique look and feel, displaying the date with the day and month in an inline display centered below 12 o'clock. This highly elegant display appeared on the brand's pocket watches in the 1970s, but had never been fitted to a Patek wristwatch. It also features a perpetual calendar where leap years and the moon phase are considered. $130,110 (€115,000).


Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Jumbo Extra Thin

The latest Audemars Piguet Royal Oak features a platinum case with a sunburst green dial. It is 39 mm wide and only 8.1 mm thick which makes the "Extra Thin" present in the name perfectly suited. Price: $105,400 (€94,000).


A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar

This Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar comes in two versions, one in white gold (limited to 150 units) and one in pink gold (no unit limit), and both cost a little over €89,000 ($100K). It measures 41.9 mm, it's not a small watch, but considering the amount of information exposed, it's remarkable (time, digital jump date, day, month, moon phase, layered leap year and day/night indicator). $104,500 (€92,400) in pink gold and $116,000 (€102,600) in white gold.


A. Lange & Söhne Langematik Perpetual

This new model from A Lange & Söhne is plated in 18 kt pink and white gold with a deep blue dial and is a limited edition of 50 pieces. It combines the complication of the perpetual calendar, which will keep track of the date until 2100. Its price will be $107,400 (€95,000).


Piaget Polo Skeleton

This bold and exquisite steel watch is imbued with a new classic touch and refreshed with its skeleton movement, it is around 30 percent thinner than previous Polo watches. It has a 42mm case that has been reduced to just 6.5mm thick. Despite being thin, it is water resistant to 30 meters. $35,000 (€31,000).

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36

Rolex has released four new versions of its classic Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36, with new motifs on the dials. Two patterns, one inspired by olive palm trees and the second by the brand's characteristic rib pattern. The reflections of light on the wings and sides of the carriage enhance the refined shapes of its 36 mm Oyster case, overlaid by a domed bezel. $7,600 (€6,700).


Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Split-Seconds Ultra-Thin

The highly refined and elegant Traditionelle Split-Seconds Ultra-Thin is so exclusive that the brand will only make 15 units. This magnificent watch is made almost entirely in platinum and measures 42.5 mm. Due to the ultra-thin design, the watch is surprisingly only 10.72mm thick, despite the automatic winding.


Bulgari Octo Perpetual Calendar 

Bulgari has already set several records for the finest watches in various categories. The most recent of them, the brand managed to fit all the complicated mechanism needed in a 5.8 mm thick box in titanium or platinum, with a movement of just 2.75 mm thick.




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