The Watch Without a Face for Women

Let us show you the latest functional fashion accessory from Tassilo Eissing. Playfully titled WOTCH, this minimalistic wristwatch reduced telling-time down to the essentials. Focused on only the visual essentials of reading time, the band features 60 seamlessly integrated multicolor-LEDs that count down the hours and minutes. Aside from having a semi-similar shape to traditional timepieces, it’s unlike any watch you’ve worn before! And don’t forget to check other creative watches: Concentric Wrist Watch Concept ASIG and Tambour Moon.

Daniel Arsham’s Upcoming Watch Collaboration with ANICORN

Daniel Arsham teamed up with Hong Kong watchmaker ANICORN on a limited edition collaboration. Officially dubbed the ARSHAM STUDIO STANDARD WATCH, the collaborative item boasts a stainless steel case body wrapped in tonal black and etched with the words “PAST – PRESENT – FUTURE.” An edition number (No. 1-100) of each watch will be embellished on the metal plate on the case back. The complete offering includes a mechanical timepiece, leather straps, hourglasses, stainless steel button, gloves, and a screwdriver. “Arsham has unearthed a way of seeing the familiar objects of today as future artifacts – taking the past, and making it present,” said ARSHAM STUDIO. “Illustrating the concept of time with sensible touches. The collaboration, Arsham defies his perspective of time through this handcrafted mechanical timepiece.” And if you need something luxury – check our collection of 25 luxury watch brands for men.

Remod X – Reversible Watch Strap

The Remod X is 4in1 dual face watch strap for AppleWatch & others. Made with a front and back, the Remod X straps for your watch can be flipped over to reveal a completely different persona, allowing you to own and showcase your watch with denim, leather, Cordura, or even wood straps by simply flipping them over. Built with a mechanism you’d normally see in double-sided belts, with a clever mechanism that can be easily flipped 180°, and a jump buckle that can be flipped too, the Remod X makes watch straps less boring, and puts some impressive materials on your wrist.

Luxurious Watches – Top 25 Luxury Watch Brands for Men

For those who thought that improving technology would render the classic watches obsolete, doesn’t seem that time is coming anytime soon. Luxury watches continue being coveted pieces for the enthusiastic rich. Here we take a look at the top 25 luxurious watch brands for men.

Loyto L1 – Modern Look of Traditional Analogue Watch

The L1 Watch design is Loyto Watches’ modern take on the traditional analogue watch. The inspiration for this unique interpretation is observation. While still respecting the analogue spirit, the watch challenges you to read time in a different way and forget what you have seen before. The L1 watch features two arcs. The outer arc helps you tell the hour through using numbers, tick marks, and a color change that slowly fills up the arc. The inner arc helps you read the minutes. While it might take some getting used to, we love that the L1 challenges an age-old concept.

Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire Transparent Watch

Take a look at these stunning Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire Watch. Each of the three one-of-a-kind pieces has a 45mm case made from five blocks of sapphire, which holds a movement with the main plate, bridges, dial, hands, and tourbillon cage all made from a single hue. The first is a black version that offers the maximum contrast with the clear case and translucent rubber strap, the second is made using solid pink gold, and the third is a deep blue that refers to the aged color of the hands on antique timepieces. All three have a skeletonized dial at 12 o’clock, a flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock, and Superluminova-filled indices and hour and minute hands. One piece costs $400,000. And don’t forget to check TOP 10 most expensive wrist watches in the world.

Contemporary Tyson Mai’s Casio Smart Watch

Originating from Japan as an electronics company, Casio took the title of “smart watch” in the late 1950’s. Casio smart watches were performed as products for better living. Casio released lines with calculators, heat sensors, cameras, mp3 players, and even remotes to control your TV or VHS. Till this day Casio and G-Shock hold the longest lasting and most durable watches in their target market. Paying tribute to this legacy, Tyson Mai‘s Casio concept combines familiar elements from over the years. It doesn’t appear to have any of the smart features mentioned, rather, it’s a fashion throwback that’s purely aesthetic in purpose. While it looks quite cousinly, one new feature is a removable face dial that doubles as a Philips screwdriver for removing the back plate when it’s time to switch out the battery. If liked this Casio vintage watch you should also check Smart Outdoor WSD-F10 Watch.

15 Most Expensive Rolex Watches Ever Sold

Rolex is a name synonymous with luxury watches. The prices associated with some of these coveted pieces of watchmaking genius and artful material design can often be mind numbing. For instance, in Oct, 2017, Paul Newman’s Rolex Daytona was auctioned for $17,752,500. And, it’s almost certain that this record will find adequate competition and might even be toppled up, potentially by another Rolex. So what makes Rolex watches so special? Here is looking into some of the possible reasons.

Limited Edition Titanium HYT H1 Alinghi

The innovative Swiss watchmaker HYT is back in our attention with a new limited edition timekeeping marvel, designed once again in collaboration with the Alinghi Yacht Racing Team. The third HYT H1 Alinghi honors the iconic Swiss Sailing Team founded by Ernesto Bertarelli, while bosting the same color choices and the same water resistance and sportiness as the previous two concepts. The lightweight, ultra-strong titanium 48.8 mm case also benefits from forged carbon, complemented by brushed, micro-blasted and satin finishes. But it’s that dark black and grey color theme that give this new limited edition watch a stealth look, with a technical yet elegant style. The discreet red touches for the minute hands and power reserve indicator are meant to enhance legibility, while the Alinghi logo has quietly made its way onto the dial, making sure everyone knows what they are dealing with.

The Limited Edition Vacheron Constantin Year Of The Dog

The Year of the Rooster is almost over and it’s time to feel excited by the upcoming Year of the Dog. Designed to celebrate the new Chinese zodiac year, the Vacheron Constantin Year of the Dog watch is a limited edition timepiece available in two forms – a model with a platinum blue dial and a white gold dog, or a version with a pink gold burnished red dial and a pink gold dog. Each version will be produced in only a dozen units. Well, for instance, the dials also show off wonderful decorations realized with the help of an ancient art of paper-cutting, known in Chinese as Jianzhi. Master engravers and enamelers at Vacheron Constantin have created the engraved foliage motif on each dial which seems to be floating over it.

JUST Watch – a Universal Wrist Watch by Kibardin Design

Kibardin Design have presented the second edition of their popular Just Watch. The beautiful and unique watch is expertly designed, water resistant up to 30m, and features a chambered body made from precision-machined stainless steel, topped off with a sapphire crystal lens. The sleek watch has a unique and minimalistic styling, it features a flat and angled case that allows the wearer to look at the time without needing to turn the wrist. Inside you´ll find a Miyota GL30 Japanese Quartz Movement made by the Miyota division of Citizen LTD. This beautiful and unique watch is expertly designed, water resistant up to 30m, and makes the perfect addition to any dapper style.

Sleek Wristwatch Arpal One Inspired By 1930s Automobiles

Laurent Ferrier and Urwerk joined forces to create the Arpal One, a piece-unique (one-of-a-kind) watch that will be on sale at the Only Watch 2017 charity auction in order to help finance research on Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The Arpal One is essentially an Urwerk designed by Laurent Ferrier, so it has rotating satellite wandering hours display that’s an Urwerk signature, but the case is a sleek construction reminiscent sof classic cars; Ferrier himself was once a racing driver who took part in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1979. The case was shaped from an exclusive alloy called ARPAL+, specifically developed for this unique watch. ARPAL+ consists of 75% precious metals and resists wear and scratches better than white gold or steel. Its colour never fades, nor does it oxidise. While the case is perfectly polished, the Urwerk’s movement is almost colourless. The four hours satellites are in a matt pearly grey with diamond-polished outlines while the hours and minutes markers are painted in white Super-LumiNova. The time is shown by four satellites, each bearing three hours numerals, which successively sweep past the track of minutes. This original and intuitive way of telling the time is aided by a cover in polyetheretherketone, a thermoplastic known as PEEK, which hides the satellites that are not engaged in indicating the time. The satellites turn on a hidden carousel, at the heart of the successive passage of the hours. Engineering the smooth and silent revolutions of a module that weighs 500 times as much as a conventional set of hands is one of the many challenges involved in the manufacturing of this movement. Beating at a frequency of 4 Hz (28,800 vph), the self winding UR5.03 is governed by a double turbine and offers a power reserve of 48 hours. The cabochon winding crown recalls the stripes of the satellite hours. The Arpal one is completed by a nice sand-coloured leather strap. The Arpal One will be sold at auction on November 11, 2017 at Christie’s in Geneva, alongside the four dozen other unique watches created for Only Watch 2017.

Ressence Type 1H Limited Edition For HODINKEE Watch

If you’re familiar with Ressence, certain aspects of the Type 1H may look familiar to you. For anyone new to the brand, instead of displaying time using static scales (like most wristwatches you see), Ressence watches use a unique orbital display that utilizes a planetary gear train called the ROCS (Ressence Orbital Convex System). Designed and developed in-house, the system is composed of nested discs and rings that move in concert, creating a different dial with every passing moment. We decided to take the innovative Ressence display a step further, sandblasting and skeletonizing the convex German silver dial discs to reveal the mechanics within the watch. The edges of the discs have been sharply beveled, adding a touch of shine to outline the openings. The markings and “hands” are milled and filled with a dark grey SuperLuminova that glows bright green in the dark. The stunning effect of watching the mechanics manipulate the display isn’t the only special aspect of this timepiece. This is the first time that the Type 1 has been offered in stainless steel, and the case shape itself has been rethought too. It is now 41.5mm in diameter and 12mm thick, so it balances nicely on the wrist while still having great presence. The wire lugs of the Type 1 have been replaced with arched lugs that have the tiniest bevel at the edge, adding some additional dynamism to the case. You’ll notice there is no crown at all on the Type 1H, but you simply turn the caseback to set and wind the watch (though it is self-winding). You’ll be surprised at how quickly you become used to reading the unusual display too – it’s much more intuitive than you might expect. The Type 1H combines a futuristic display with classic old-school finishing and attention to detail, making this watch incredibly wearable.

Limited Edition Jaeger-LeCoultre Hybris Artistica Mystérieuse

Take a look at the Jaeger-LeCoultre’s newest creation, a ravishing timepiece called Hybris Artistica Mystérieuse. Set to adorn only 5 lucky wrists, this eye catching watch is just another example that the virtuosity and artistry of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Rare Handcrafts (Métiers Rares) knows no boundaries, as you can easily see. The watchmaker’s incredible Hybris Artistica collection seeks to combine mechanical excellence with artistic inventiveness, with this watch boasting an orbital flying tourbillon, that’s considered one of the most prestigious complications. Of course, you can’t ignore the original design and the exceptional decorations either, and please note that the mother-of-pearl applied on the dial is not the only skeletonised element at this watch, the rotor also benefiting from the same treatment. Showing off an amazing 18kt rose gold 42 mm case, that’s also skeletonised and features Aventurine on its lugs, this watch comes with double sapphire crystals and it’s apparently able to handle 50-meter deep waters. Movement is provided by the Swiss automatic Jaeger-LeCoultre caliber 941, meaning 49 jewels, 28,800 vph and a power reserve worth about 50 hours. Finishing everything off is a black leather strap, with an 18kt rose gold skeletonised folding clasp. Price tag is unknown at the moment.

Retro Styled Nixie Tube Round Watch NIWA

NIWA’s nixie tube timepiece merges past and present with retro technology enclosed in a sleek aluminum case. Already renown for their Nixie Tube clocks and iPhone docking stations, NIWA have downsized their delicate components into an eye-catching watch that measure just 55mm in diameter. Nixie Tubes, which NIWA employ to form the face of the watch, are an old electronic device used to show digits. The tubes work in a similar way to the neon signs that they closely resemble. Each tube contains ten decimal digits made out of negatively charged wire. These are arranged in a stack, one in front of the other, and enclosed inside a sealed glass bulb filled with neon gas. Each tube also contains a positively charged wire mesh. When electricity is applied to each number, the wire lights up, producing a soft orange glow reminiscent of a neon sign you might find outside an 80’s diner. Unlike most digital displays, the wire numbers are typographically designed and shaped for perfect legibility. The delicate tubes are enclosed within solid, andonized cases made from aircraft aluminum. The watch has two reed buttons, and comes with a magnet which must be used to set the time. It’s not all old-school mechanics however, since NIWA use a gyro sensor to save power. This means that the watch lights up only when you move your arm to check the time. The tubes produce no noise or heat, and use very little energy. Should the battery run down, the timepiece comes with its own USB-powered docking station for charging. Given its delicate chemical components, NIWA has granted a lifetime warranty for the watch and all its pieces. The watch is available in grey and black colors with anodized aluminium cases.

Concentric Wrist Watch Concept ASIG

This time we want to represent your attention stunning watch concept. The ASIG Concentric watches by Simon Williamson embrace their design in all its hubless glory. Each hand comes in a ring-shaped design that rotates on an invisible axis. Outcrops on these rings form the “hands” of the watch that allow you to tell the time despite the presence of any numeric markings on the watch’s face. Really stunning!

Geometric Hypnotising Watch – Divided By Zero Beta Series

Let us show you hypnotizing watch – Divided By Zero Beta Series. They were created for the people who want a watch that is minimal, yet eye catching, sleek and at the same time detailed. Designed in collaborative effort with mathematicians, architects, and engineers, the Divided By Zero watch series mirror the meticulous detail gone into making the watch, right on the watch dial. Each watch face has a significant geometric graphic that gives the watch a distinct character. The makers behind the Divided By Zero watch have coined the term “Scientific Design” for their watchmaking process. Each watch is also an ode to different scientists like Newton, Archimedes and Galileo. Individual variants experiment with sub-dials and multi layered faces, making each version not just a graphic or color variant but an entirely different watch in itself. Monochrome color schemes mixed with metallic finishes give the watches an incredible appeal.

Tribute To Chinese New Year of Rooster – Vacheron Constantin Luxury Watches

Called Vacheron Constantin Métiers D’Art Legend Of The Chinese Zodiac Year Of The Rooster this spectacular watch was specially designed for Chinese fans of the finest Swiss-made watches. To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Vacheron Constantin has introduced two new Chinese-inspired watches part of a limited-edition series that’s meant to seduce us all. Vacheron Constantin’s Métiers d’Art collection is a working piece of art, benefiting from extremely complicated craft techniques, such as gem-setting, enameling, engraving, painting, and more. These new watches are actually inspired by last year’s Métiers d’Art Legend of the Chinese Zodiac Year of the Monkey watch, obviously featuring a rooster instead of the money, with a 40 mm platinum or 18K 5N pink gold case, that’s able to handle 30-meter deep waters. The dial comes with motifs of flowers, featuring an ancient Chinese paper-cutting style called jiǎnzhǐ (剪纸) in Mandarin. The flowers were etched directly into the metal and made to look 3D, as if they were floating right above the dial and under the sapphire crystal glass. The base of the dial is Grand Feu enamel, while at the center of the dial you will notice a rooster made out of either platinum or gold, matching the case material. Vacheron Constantin’s 237-component automatic caliber 2460 G4 makes everything keep ticking, backed up by a 40-hour power reserve and the Hallmark of Geneva. There’s also a 22k gold rotor, decorated with guilloche, and the fact that this watch will be limited to only 24 pieces – 12 in platinum and another 12 in 18K 5N pink gold – each of them priced at US $100,500, makes this timepiece even more incredible. Though it’s not surprising since Vacheron Constantin is one of top 25 luxury brands for men.

Creative T1.1 Watch

LTHR Supply has been drawing inspiration from the rugged, enduring spirit of New England for a while, but the T1.1 Watch might be our favorite creation of theirs yet. Swiss-made, five-jewel, Ronda 763 movement. Scratch-resistant, anti-glare sapphire crystal. Contrasting stainless case, face and leather strap. Unconventional, digital style, single line time readout that’s situated opposite the crown. Whether you’re looking for something unique or something to impress, the T1.1 Watch is what you want to strap to your wrist.

Ochs und Junior Perpetual Calendar

The latest timepiece presented by Ochs und Junior is also the most complicated timepiece of the brand, a perpetual calendar model which makes the date easy to read from the same distance as the time. The Ochs und Junior Perpetual Calendar displays the date for every month including February. Using analog dots representing the year, month and date, the dial remains pretty clean, usually a challenge for perpetual calendar watches. Based on the self-winding Ulysse Nardin UN-118 calibre, beating at 4 Hz (28,800 vph) and offering a power reserve of 60 hours, Oechslin’s perpetual calendar comprises just 9 additional parts resulting in fewer interactions between parts and higher reliability. Functions can be set by simply using the crown, and the date is adjustable both forwards and backwards. The Ochs und Junior Perpetual Calendar comes in a 42 mm grade 5 titanium case with a patina dial, platinum PT950 hands, rhodium markers, and orange dots with an export price of Swiss Francs 20,240. Customisation is also possible.