The Omega Seamaster is, hands down, one of the most popular watch collection in the whole world. That itself, speaks volumes about a brand. The watch was first released in 1948 and there has been no looking back ever since. Today, the watch is as iconic as the brand itself. There is a huge fan base for the collection and why shouldn’t there be? The watch is absolutely a marvel of engineering and mechanics. The Diver 300M series is a must for you if you consider yourself a dive watch aficionado.
The Bvlgari Serpenti is somewhat of a dream captured inside a precious metal body. The watch is just fantastic with its jewelry-watch vibe and luxurious outlook. What’s more impressive is that the Serpenti series is much more than just a pretty face. The entire collection is proof that mechanical watches can be pretty too.
IWC Da Vinci
The IWC Da Vinci might be one of the most under-rated watches of all time. The watch has had a tremendously fascinating growth curve in the sense that what we see today is something completely different from what it originally was.
The IWC Da Vinci was first created amidst the then on-going quartz crisis. The watch was the first one to feature IWC’s first and very own Quartz movement. Over the years, the timepiece has changed multifold and boy has it become good. The Da Vinci collection is simply outstanding and it justifies its name as well.
Hublot Classic Fusion
Hublot’s Classic fusion saw the light in 2008, just three years after the launch of the Big Bang series. It was a bold move for sure. The brand had just come up with the Big Bang collection and three years later, they had something brand new for the buyers.
The Hublot Classic Fusion is a much smoother and refined version of its sibling. It is far more elegant and suaver too. The watch is a classical representation of what Hublot does best. The Classic Fusion is just perfect for those who want something bold to make a statement but also something that is smooth and seamless in design.
The Breitling family of watches is an absolute delight to wear. The watch from the Swiss watchmaker are just timeless in the sense that they encapsulate the very essence of watchmaking, especially tool watchmaking. The Breitling Superocean watch is a top class dive watch that rivals the likes of the Seamaster and the Submariner. It is almost impossible to believe how the Swiss watch brand has managed to retain the authentic Swiss tool etiquettes even in 2020.
The Cartier Santos is a watch for generations. The classical looking timepiece is one that is here to stay for good. The watch was created in 1904 and then made a public appearance in 1906. It went under mass production in 1911 and the rest, as they say, is history.
The Rolex Submariner is the original of the originals. The watch created the entire dive watch genre by its own. A small fun fact, the Seamaster we know today might not have existed if it was not for the Submariner. The Sub was what inspired Omega to jump on the dive watch bandwagon and deliver one of the most competent rivals to the Submariner.