To dress without a watch these days is almost an impossible feet. Gentleman need to accessorize also. Especially to complement everyday wear, business meetings, active wear, and casual dress.
Here I review some of the top lines for the gentleman in your life, or for the man himself.
A. Lange & SÃ¶hne Grand Saxonia
A. Lange and SÃ¶hne was founded in 1845. Since then, though, Lange has produced some rather excellent watches. The Grand Saxonia does have its own feature, of a ‘zero reset’ mechanism. And the movement visible behind the sapphire-crystal case-back is as beautiful as it is effective.
With sword-shaped hands and oversize Roman numerals. The Cartier Santos-Dumont (my personal favorite) is one of the first modern wristwatches. A brown dial gives the latest edition a contemporary feel, which lend the watch a “masculine” look. Contemporary meets with a modern classic. For the world class traveler and business man alike.
Patek Philippe Calatrava 5119
Patek is the oldest family-owned firm in Geneva, and this is its signature model. The company is one of the few that makes all its own components, from bracelets to movements, and each watch has the Geneva Seal.
Montblanc Star XXL Automatic
Montblanc is a newcomer to watchmaking. The XXL’s classic-looking design is given a touch of class by the textured center section and the subtle blue of the hands. The 42-hour power reserve will get you to those big meetings on time every day.