You Need A Skeleton Watch

Skeleton Watches are considered one of the greatest inventions in the watch industry. They have taken the style enthusiasts by storm, as they are probably one of the most stylish types of watches to ever hit the market. Below we take a look at 3 skeleton watches introduced in recent years.

Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Squelette Torque

Maurice Lacroix recently added the Masterpiece Squelette Torque to its Masterpiece collection. This skeleton watch has a 43-mm stainless steel case with a domed sapphire crystal to show off the skeletonized Caliber ML 134. which features automatic winding and as 45-hour power reserve. The bridges, disks, and wheels are on full display; the bridges are treated with tantalum or gold-colored PVD and coated with a satin finish. The main bridge is decorated with Maurice Lacroix’s familiar “Grand Colimaçon” finish and sandblasted.

Audemars Piguet Millenary 4101

For the avant-garde gentleman, the Audemars Piguet replica Swiss Millenary 4101 is the perfect skeleton watch. Featuring a unique and interesting design, this highly-refined watch is a lesson in combining aesthetics with functionality in the art of watchmaking. Featuring a three-dimensional, architectural appearance, this extraordinary watch abstractly reveals the heart within its 47mm, 18-karat, pink gold case. Also boasting an anthracite and silver-toned dial with an off-centred disc, a self-winding movement with a small second display, and a 60-hour power reserve, the Millenary 4101 has all your time-telling needs covered in style.

Panerai Lo Scienziato Luminor 19450 Tourbillon GMT Ceramica

This special edition of Panerai’s iconic Luminor 1950 combines the original’s retro styling with a cutting edge skeletonised tourbillon movement and watchmaking’s new must-have – a 48mm black ceramic case. The skeletonized movement, Panerai ’s hand-wound mechanical Calibre P.2005/S , looks very cool. Panerai Lo Scienziato Luminor 19450 Tourbillon GMT Ceramica limited to just 150 pieces worldwide, and is waterproof to 100 metres.

A skeleton watch is simply a style of watch that give you a look at all of the moving parts while it’s on your wrist. The best skeleton watches will truly honor the unique complexities that go into producing a wristwatch. There is almost nothing I find more fascinating than a skeleton watch. In other words, it’s a super cool looking watch to strap around your wrist.

The Best Dive Watches In This Summer

Specifically designed for underwater activity, dive watch remains one of the most popular timepiece categories. Diver watches in a modern era have surpassed the technology of traditional underwater timepieces, combining appealing aesthetics with functionality. Purchase one of the 3 timepieces featured here, and go for your underwater adventures. These watches are clearly built for diving but they’re also great for swimming, skiing, sailing and any other sport your watch might get wet.

The Aquaracer by Swiss Tag Heuer replica flaunts a fine-brushed and polished steel case, black ceramic bezel, black dial and steel strap. This wristwatch also has a power reserve of 38 hours, a date window and automatic calibre. This is also another model that you wouldn’t typically think looks like a diver watch. Sleek, classic and bold this model is one that will fit perfectly in a personal collection that requires a diver watch but doesn’t want to compromise on looks.

The Breitling Superocean Chronograph M2000 has a chronograph that can be operated at a depth of 2,000 meters underwater. The watch is the first to feature a patented magnetic push-piece system, in which the chronograph controls are operated via the metal of the case. Along with the screw-locked crown and the 4-mm-thick sapphire crystal, these pushers enable the wearer to use the watch at the extreme depth of 2,000 meters (or 6,600 feet) without the risk of water seeping in.

OMEGA Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph is OMEGA’s deep diver bristles with more technology than a nuclear submarine. A co-axial column wheel chronograph movement with a temperature- and magnetism-resistant silicon hairspring (visible through the transparent caseback) powers the Seamaster Planet Ocean, and on the business end of things, the dial features an intuitive elapsed time counter that reads like a standard clock face. A scratch-resistant Liquid Metal bezel, helium escape valve, and 600 meters of water resistance mean this may be the most over-engineered dive watch you can buy.

Dive watches can be an indispensable tool underwater, but they are also a symbol of the rugged explorer in all of us. Today’s dive watches combine classic styling with practical functions — and, not surprisingly, are on the want-to-have lists of many divers as well as other people.