In the next edition of our weekly trawl through Amazon, we've selected a handful of interesting watches that really caught our eye. We'll be featuring watches like the two-tone Rolex Yachtmaster II, a titanium Hublot dripping in diamonds and the perfect combination of haute horlogerie and artistry from Vacheron Constantin. Enjoy!
Vacheron Constantin La Symbolique des Laques
The Vacheron Constantin La Symbolique des Laques is a delightful timepiece from one of the true houses of horology. Its creation is a testament to the atelier's propensity to create magnificent timepieces that encapsulate both the traditions of horology and the traits of artistry. The dial partially exposes the 1003 SQ calibre, but the focal point here is the Vacheron Constantin La Symbolique des Laques' Hanami Spring stylised artistry.
Rolex Yacht-Master II
The two-tone Oystersteel and Everose gold Rolex Yacht-Master II reference 116681 is a long-forgotten variation of the only chronograph in the world with a mechanical memory, as quoted by Rolex. I love the subtle look of the Rolex Yacht-Master II 116681. The soft cool look of the Oystersteel is complemented by the warmth of that Everose gold, creating a super luxe and sporty look that looks as at home on the water as it does at your local watering hole.
Hublot Classic Fusion
Featuring a titanium case set with 218 brilliant cut diamonds, a bezel set with 126 brilliant cut diamonds and a pave set dial with 372 brilliant cut diamonds, the Hublot Classic Fusion reference 565.NX.9010.LR.1704 is an ode to the ostentatious and the brash. This midsize reference measures 38mm across, meaning it has somewhat of an ability to fly under the radar. That is, until the Hublot Classic Fusion's catches any sort of light. Then, it's game over!
Frederique Constant Slimline Manufacture Tourbillon
The Frederique Constant Slimline Manufacture Tourbillon is another timepiece that deserves your serious consideration. It features a manufacture tourbillon movement in a beautifully simple package that is as classical as it is timeless.
Montblanc 4810 ExoTourbillon
Montblanc's 4810 ExoTourbillon is an interesting piece of haute horlogerie. The obvious focal point with the Montblanc 4810 ExoTourbillon is that spectacular tourbillon at the bottom of the dial, where the balance sits outside of the cage, which inherently reduces the weight and improves the precision of the tourbillon, saving around 30% of the energy as opposed to a normal tourbillon. Sure, it's not the prettiest tourbillon around, but it's one that ticks a lot of boxes.
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