When looking for a quality luxury men’s watch, it can become a daunting task, especially when one begins to dive into the world of men’s luxury watches. It is seen that steep prices go hand in hand with masterful craftmanship from top brands. However, no matter how lean the budget, great men’s luxury watches can be had from many of the top brands out there. In this article we will go over some of these highly sought-after luxury timepieces from a very broad range from classics to the bold.
Longines Flagship Heritage L4.722.214.171.124
Behind this long model number lies a classic from the Longines line. It is a very good rendition of one of the cornerstones of the brand, the Flagship. The Flagship boasts classical professionalism and tradition from one of the most respected Swiss watchmakers. It comes with a slightly milky white iridescent dial, and is adorned with golden hands and accents.
Seiko Prospex Marinemaster Professional Diver, SBBN031
If you are looking for a great diver’s watch and not one to just go snorkeling with then this Seiko watch will be a trusted companion in your dives. This timepiece is everything a dive watch should be – it’s bulky, sturdy, reliable and water resistant up to 300 meters. Seiko is one of the most important watchmaking companies that operates in the sector of diver timepieces. The Marinemaster collection from Seiko debuted over 50 years ago, in the year 1965.
Eberhard Aiglon Grande Taille Automatic Steel 41030.5S
The Eberhard maison is one of the most under-rated timepieces in the horology field. Eberhard has quietly influenced the watch market for a very, very long time. They opened their doors over 100 years ago in the year 1887. The Aiglon Grande Taille is everything you could dream about in a luxury watch and at a price that is hard to beat. It sports a macho, sultry dark dial, enhanced by a two-toned radial guilloche motif which enhances the purity of the steel applied bar markers and hands. At 41 mm diameters, it is just the right size for most men, and emanates a classical air around it that will stand the test of time. It is powered by a Sellita SW200-1 self-winding movement and boasts a 38-hour power reserve.
Hamilton Khaki Field Automatic 38 mm
This timepiece from the Hamilton company combines some of the best features of a military and pilot watch at a very attractive low price. It is masterfully crafted and sturdy, comfortable on the wrist, and is an over-all great looking timepiece.
At the center, beating like a heart is the H-10 automatic movement and has been fine-tuned by Hamilton to obtain a massive 80-hour power reserve. The black dial, printed with white Roman numerals is a perfect match to the casing. The numerals really jump out behind the domed sapphire glass. Additionally, there is a sapphire glass back that allows you to gaze upon the workings of the movement.
Tissot Chemin des Tourelles Squelette
A very attractive skeleton timepiece from a reputable and well-known Swiss company. The Chemin des Tourelles Squelette from Tissot receives its name from the street where Tissot maintained a watchmaking factory for its 162 years of history. Masterfully designed to show the most important intricate parts of the movement, a manually wound ETA 6497-1 with a 46-hour power reserve, through it’s 42mm case and domed sapphire glass front and back. An attractive decoration adorns its bridges while the watch designers have carefully studied how to maintain readability.
The royal blue roman numerals are dreamy with their three-dimensional play, as well as the hands. The blued screwed instead offer a visually appealing effect together with the golden gears and rubies through the glass back. One of the most intriguing additions to this timepiece is how it subtly changes its looks when viewed in different lighting conditions. Its surfaces and different finishes offer some unexpected effects, and sights, especially true with the steel version of this watch.
About Matheu’s Fine Watches & Jewelry
Matheu’s Fine Watches & Jewelry has been providing quality products and professional services to the metropolitan Denver, CO area since 1951. The very first watch repair and service facility ever opened in Colorado. Dan Matheu, watchmaker, pioneered watch repair and services in Colorado. Today, Scott Matheu is at the helm steering Matheu’s Fine Watches & Jewelry. With his vision, Scott opened a watch store in Highland Ranch and has made Matheu’s Fine Watches & Jewelry not only one of the largest watch stores to provide watch repair in Highlands Ranch, CO but also the entire state.
Whether you need watch repair in Highlands Ranch, CO, watch engraving, or even if you have an antique watch that you would like appraised, you can count on Matheu’s Fine Watches & Jewelry to provide you with superior service each and every single time. All of our watchmakers are factory trained and we have CW21 Certified by the American Watchmakers and Clockmakers Institute (AWCI) on site. This certification has the most stringent standards for watchmakers performing repair, restoration, and service work on watches. With one of the largest service centers in the metropolitan Denver, CO we are not only able to provide watch repair in Highlands Ranch, CO but to the entire 50 states as well.
Matheu’s Fine Watches & Jewelry is also a factory authorized service center for Cartier, Tag Heuer, Philip Stein, Swiss Army and many more brands. When you use Matheu’s Fine Watches & Jewelry for your watch repair in Highlands Ranch, CO, you can rest assured knowing that you will receive our (3) three-year warranty on major watch repairs that we provide. If you are looking for the best watch repair service center throughout the United States, you cannot go wrong when you choose Matheu’s Fine Watches & Jewelry. With certifications from not only AWCI but SAWTA too, we not only stand out from the pact; we lead it.”