8 of the nicest watches you'll ever see, Watches aren’t just about telling the time anymore. They’re about style and status, and even though most of us don’t have the money to afford thousands of dollars on something that could break at any moment, we can still appreciate the designs of the nicest watches in the world. Take a look at 8 of the nicest watches you’ll ever see!
1) Rolex Milgauss
The Rolex Milgauss is a watch that was designed with scientists and engineers in mind. The Milgauss has a rubber strap, which makes it much easier to put on and take off than other watches. Plus, it's one of the best nicest watches out there. The face is black with white hands, making it easy to read at all times. Plus, this watch has an antimagnetic shield that protects against magnetic fields from electronic devices. It even comes with a free leather band for when you need to dress up!
In our opinion, this is the best nicest watch out there. It's classy but still really fun and simple enough for anyone to enjoy wearing it every day.
2) Omega Seamaster
The Omega Seamaster is a watch that has long been regarded as one of the best and nicest watches in history. It was originally designed for diving, but now it is more popular as a fashion statement. This particular model is called the De Ville, which is an elegant variation of the original design. Some other models are more formal, and others are sportier. No matter what type you prefer, Omega can provide you with a quality timepiece that will last for generations to come. Plus, they always have such attractive designs!
Girard-Perregaux Laureato: When it comes to really nice watches, Girard-Perregaux has no competition. Their Laureato line is the epitome of refinement and luxury, combining Italian elegance with Swiss precision engineering into something unforgettable. If you want a truly classic timepiece that won't go out of style any time soon, this should be your top choice!
3) Roger Dubuis (jumping hour)
The Roger Dubuis collection is a series of original and innovative timepieces that encapsulate contemporary culture. Founder Roger Dubuis, an avid collector himself, has an unparalleled understanding of what collectors want from their watches.
His pieces are for those who love to express themselves with a watch as unique as they are. The jumping hour complication consists of two discs on either side of the watch face. One disc displays hours in 24-hour format and one disc displays minutes in 12-hour format. Pressing down on the crown activates a mechanism that causes both discs to rotate at different speeds so that hours and minutes change position simultaneously until you release the crown when both discs come to rest again at their original positions.
4) Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon 24 Secondes Chrono Grand Réveil
The Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon 24 Secondes Chrono Grand Réveil is a watch with a white gold case and bracelet, and a blue dial. It features an innovative, patented 24-second tourbillon movement that rotates in one-minute, one-second intervals. The watch is limited to three editions - each with its own name: Moon, Sky, and Earth.
The Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon 24 Secondes Chrono Grand Réveil is not only beautiful to look at but also delivers accurate timekeeping for up to two weeks thanks to its new system which uses liquid silver as the lubricant between moving parts.
This may be the nicest watch you will ever see. If you are interested in luxury watches, this should be your next purchase!
5) Chanel Première CC Taille Haute Double Balancier Pour L'Éternité
This is the nicest watch I have ever seen. It is a white gold watch with diamonds around it. It also has a diamond in the middle. The Chanel Première CC Taille Haute Double Balancier Pour L'Éternité retails for $27,000, but it looks like it is worth every penny. If you are looking for a timeless and elegant watch that will always be in style then this may be the one.
The Chanel Première CC Taille Haute Double Balancier Pour L'Éternité was first introduced by Gabrielle Coco Chanel to celebrate her close friend's new fashion line that she would design exclusively to sell at Coco's new store on Avenue Montaigne near Place Vendome. Coco knew her friend would want something extraordinary and wanted to make sure he felt special by providing him with what she thought were some of the best watches money could buy.
6) Richard Mille RM 011 LM Spider Skeleton
If you're a watch collector, chances are you've heard of Richard Mille. He's been in the industry for over 20 years, and his passion is to make watches that are both technologically and aesthetically advanced. The RM 011 LM Spider Skeleton has all of these qualities in spades: it's made from a high-tech carbon fiber composite which makes it lightweight, strong, and durable; it features a skeletonized dial with an open-worked design that is decorated with various types of metal inlays (gold, black gold, rose gold); and it contains two highly complicated movements - a mechanical chronograph with split-seconds chronograph and flyback function plus an automatic winding movement.
Watches like this aren't cheap by any means, but if you're a serious collector and want something truly special then it might just be worth the investment.
7) Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra Jumelles Tumulte Automatique Rose Gold 18K Automatic Watch for Women 40mm
Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra Jumelles Tumulte Automatique Rose Gold 18K Automatic Watch for Women 40mm is an impressive timepiece that any woman would love to have. The wide mother-of-pearl dial is adorned with a delicate floral pattern and features Roman numerals, diamond indexes, and a date aperture at 12 o'clock. The watch's scratch-resistant sapphire crystal ensures that it will stay in pristine condition.
This Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra Jumelles Tumulte Automatique Rose Gold 18K Automatic Watch for Women 40mm has a hand-wound movement with a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and 45 hours of power reserve when fully wound.
8) Jaeger-LeCoultre Deep Sea Chronograph Le Petit Prince 45 mm White Ceramic Case with Sapphire Crystal by Marc Newson
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Deep Sea Chronograph Le Petit Prince 45 mm White Ceramic Case with Sapphire Crystal by Marc Newson is one of the nicest watches you will ever see. It features a 45 mm white ceramic case with a sapphire crystal. The dial is powered by a self-winding mechanical movement and it has functions for hours, minutes, seconds, and dates. The face also includes three hands, two subdials, a small seconds indicator at 9 o'clock, and an alarm at 3 o'clock. This watch is water resistant up to 300 meters and has a power reserve of 44 hours.