JAEGER LECOULTRE REVERSO
The Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso was born at the beginning of the 1930s from a challenge to design a watch that could withstand British Army polo matches in India. An innovative mechanism means the dial is smoothly concealed by the reversing case, switching to a metal back that fully protects the crystal and dial from possible mallet strokes. It’s been an icon since its inception, and was even worn by Christian Bale when playing Batman.
JUNGHANS MAX BILL CHRONOSCOPE
Founded back in 1861, Junghans is the second German watchmaker on our list. Junghans creates clean, simple and attractive watches. The Max Bill Chronoscope is one of their most popular models and commemorates one of the most extraordinary designers of the last century.
LONGINES HERITAGE CHRONOGRAPH
Longines was founded by Auguste Agassiz back in 1832 in the Swiss town of Saint Imier. Longines propelled itself over the years as one of the world’s leading timepiece brands over the past 187 years. Fully automatic and making full usage of the heritage and engineering prowess that Longines perfected so long ago is the Heritage Chronograph which is as striking and bold now as it was then.
MAURICE LACROIX MASTERPIECE MANUFACTURE SQUELETTE
The Squelette’s metallized sapphire crystal skeleton dial displays almost all of its movement’s complex workings, while remarkedly remaining waterproof to a depth of 100m. A crocodile and calfskin leather strap adds a distinctive class to the timepiece, while a limited run of just 250 adds to its exclusivity and collectability.
MONDAINE HELVETICA NO1 REGULAR
The Helvetica is best described as a classy yet unpretentious and practical timepiece. No1 for its simplicity and unshowy neutral yet profound elegance. The case is composed from polished stainless-steel and it boasts water resistance of up to 30 meters.
Montblanc’s immaculate new Timewalker features all the hallmarks you would expect from a collection over a decade old. Narrow bezel and Arabic numerals give the face its signature clean and fashionable look, whilst the rigorous tests set by the Montblanc Laboratory Test 500 means this watch is as reliable as it is stylish. A must have for any collector.
Nixon has a long and rich history of collaborating with media icons. In the past this company has released iconic timepieces honoring icons such as Star Wars and even Metallica. The latest, commemorating one of the most famous icons of all, Mickey Mouse, may just be the best yet. The Disney range of watches are filled with small details, look closely at the band of the Arrow leather, the eyelet holes have mouse ears and the custom locking looper holes on the Time Teller P are in actuality shaped like Mickey Mouse’s buttons.
NOMOS GLASHÜTTE TANGENTE
Idealistically, the Nomos Glashutte Tangente is for those whom value straightforwardness as much as precision. It is a stylish accomplishment to the working day. The tempered blue hands on the matte white silver-plated dials look immaculate whether with a suit or smart casual attire. The large dial is easy to read and the watch is kept slender thanks to the automatic in-house movement DUW 3001.
OMEGA SEAMASTER 300
One of the most famous and renown watches on our list. James Bond wore an Omega Seamaster 300 in the 24thBond film, Spectre. Daniel Craig’s model featured a bi-directional rotating bezel, 5-stripe NATO strap, and lollipop second hands. It was limited to just a mere 7,007 pieces. Clever, with the amount of the run.
If you are unable to find the Spectre limited edition, there is still the regular variant that is pictured above, which is slightly a bit easier to find and just as equally stunning as the limited Spectre timepiece.
ORIS DIVERS SIXTY-FIVE
Back in the 1960s, Oris made its first diver’s watch and has since had a close relationship with the oceans which has contributed to its commitment to conservation. The most recent iteration of the Divers Sixty-Five features a new strap that is made entirely from recycled plastic material.
PANERAI LUMINOR 1950
For those that are looking for more Italian-flare mixed with traditional Swiss watchmaking then you need to look no further than the Panerai Luminor 1950. This company is based in Milan, Italy, but all of their watches are made in Switzerland. One of the most favorite series from Panerai are the Luminor 1950 collection pictured above. With its clean watch face and automatic movement which is designed entirely in-house, you can’t go wrong if purchasing this timepiece.
PATEK PHILIPPE CALATRAVA 6000G
One of the best-looking watches on our list, if I do say, is the Patek Philippe Calatrava 6000G.
Patek Philippe is one of the oldest Swiss timepiece brands around, founded back in 1851, they know a thing or two when it comes to designing successful and attractive timepieces. The company is known for their creations, specifically some of the most complicated mechanical timepieces that you can buy. The first Calatrava watch was created over 85 years ago, in 1932. It was originally inspired by the minimalist principles of Bauhaus.
This beautiful and attractive royal blue timepiece features a white gold case, hand-stitched alligator leather strap, and a sunburst dial. Rather than having a date complication, it is displayed on the outermost circle.
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 Denver, CO but also the entire state.
Whether you need watch repair in Denver, 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 Denver, 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 Denver, 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.”