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Whether you are attracted to the classic appeal of a luxury watch, a timepiece that reflects your passions, or one that speaks to the heritage of watchmaking; these seven watches at a range of prices will dial up your desire.

In recent years, Bulgari has become a leader in producing slim, technically advanced watches. Perhaps the most popular in this genre is the Octo line. An example of this is the Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic watch with its in-house, hand-finished BVL 138 - Finissimo caliber just 2.23mm thick has a platinum micro-rotor and small seconds. The 40mm sandblasted stainless steel case is just 5.15mm thick. The eight-sided bezel, dial, bracelet, and crown are also made of sandblasted steel. Shop Now

This 40 mm stainless steel watch has a blue dial with diamond hour markers and silver hands. A moon-phase display is located at 6 o’clock inside a round subdial with a date display. It provides hours, minutes and seconds in a traditional setting. The Longines Master Collection Moonphase Display watch is powered by an automatic movement with a 64-hour power reserve. Shop Now

This Omega Seamaster has a bit of everything one would find in a luxury watch. First, the white gold case measures an extra-large 49.2mm. The stunning white enamel dial has decorative black Arabic numeral hour markers and a seconds subdial at 6 o’clock. Blued hands with the Omega logo add a finishing touch to the dial. The watch is powered by the Caliber Omega 2211 manual winding movement with an anthracite galvanic treatment, sun-brushed finishing and circular-graining. The officially certified chronometer has a 53-hour power reserve. While it’s part of Omega Seamaster collection and is water-resistant up to 500 feet, you may want to think twice about diving with such a beautiful watch. Shop Now

The Santos is considered to be one of the first watches made for the wrist. It was created in 1904 by Louis Cartier for his friend, Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont, who needed to check the time on his pocket watch without taking his hands off the controls of his early aircraft. There are now many different models of this watch with the unusual square case. This particular version has a 43.3mm wide steel case with an ADLC bezel and a seven-sided crown set with a faceted black synthetic spinel. The satin-brushed silver dial sports black steel sword-shaped hands with luminescent material. It is powered by the caliber 1904 CH MC automatic chronograph. Cartier Santos comes with two straps, the first in rubber and the second in black “Gomma” alligator leather, with steel folding buckle. Both bracelets are fitted with Cartier’s “QuickSwitch” interchangeability system. Shop Now

This watch from Montblanc pays tribute to the French watchmaker Nicolas Rieussec who invented the first inking chronograph, patented in 1821. The timepiece incorporates the two rotating, horizontally aligned discs on the watch’s dial—one for the chronograph’s 60-second counter and the other for the 30-minute counter—which turn below a fixed double index, like on the original device created by Rieussec. The watch is powered by the in-house automatic monopusher chronograph movement, caliber MB R200, with a 72-hour power reserve and a column wheel mechanism that can be admired through the sapphire crystal case back. The Montblanc Star Legacy is housed in a 44.8 mm stainless steel case with an anthracite dial and a matching anthracite sfumato alligator leather strap from Montblanc’s leather workshop in Florence, Italy. Shop Now



The Laureato has been part of the Girard-Perregaux collection since the mid-1970s, proving its timeless appeal. This 42mm stainless steel edition features an intricate, hand-decorated skeleton dial, luminous suspended hands, indices, and a small seconds counter. The Girard-Perregaux Laureato watch is powered by the caliber GP01800-0006 automatic movement that was first introduced in 2016 with a 54-power reserve, a rhodium-plated gear train and rose gold oscillating weight. Shop Now

This 42mm stainless steel watch has an elegant and vintage-inspired appearance; however it retains the sporty appeal of Zenith watches. It is powered by an automatic high-frequency El Primero 4069-caliber movement with a 50-hour power reserve. The movement is distinguished by a cadence of 36,000 vibrations per hour. The sunray-patterned dial shows hours and minutes and two sundials at 3 and 9 o’clock display a 30-minute counter and small seconds. The watch is finished with an alligator strap. Shop Now

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