Best Watches For This Summer Season

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Time is clicking and it is clicking for your next travel! From sporty chronographs destined for the fast lane to the last word in elegance dress pieces ideal for party time and beyond, here is the list of best timepieces and the brands that have brought them to you aiming to simplify the task of choosing the right watch for you for this summer.


Today’s modern collection has embraced that famous ocean heritage and updated it with OMEGA’s best innovation and design. This 42 mm model is crafted from stainless steel and includes a blue ceramic bezel with a white enamel diving scale. The skeleton hands and raised indexes are blued and are filled with white Super-LumiNova, while the helium escape valve has been given a conical design.


The Submersible range benefits from a new model in BMG-Tech, an intriguing alloy made from titanium, zirconium, copper, aluminium and nickel. This cocktail is injection moulded at a high temperature and pressure (so far so normal) but then it is rapidly cooled, just for a few seconds, which stops the atoms from reforming into a regular structure, leaving it 70 per cent more scratch resistant than titanium.

Maurice Lacroix

AIKON Automatic is the heart and the essence of the AIKON collection. Clad in black, this piece reaches a new status. The power of its black PVD does not conceal the timepiece’s sandblasted treatment. Its matt finish covers its 42 mm diameter case, its screw-down crown, and its bezel with its six arms that are so characteristic of the AIKON. Its water resistance to 200 metres has of course been maintained. The Clou de Paris dial of the AIKON Automatic Black opens up a new way of playing with light.


IW326801 Spitfire Automatic

IWC makes other watch styles but it is best known for its own sharp pilot models.This is the most basic watch in the Spitfire collection, sort of an analog to the Mark XVIII – which is going to remain in production, don’t worry. It’s slightly smaller at 39mm (vs. 40mm), has that in-house caliber 32110 inside, and is available in both steel and bronze variations. Despite being nearly identical technically-speaking, when considered side-by-side the two watches look totally different and offer two very different takes on the classic IWC pilot.



Unisex, released in two sizes and available in two-tone pink gold and stainless steel and all-pink gold, Cartier has pulled off an impressive feat in remixing a watch that has been around since 1904 and making it seem modern and completely of-the-moment. These variations of the classic Santos-Dumont now feature a quartz movement, the effect of which is three-fold: making the watch thinner and easier to wear, reducing the entry-price and giving the model a hitherto unachievable six-year power reserve.

Patek Philippe

New for 2019 is the Patek Philippe 52121 Calatrava Weekly Calendar watch. It does, the eagle-eyed among you will have noted, display the week’s number, in addition to the day of the week, the date, the month and the time. The steel piece is one of the Swiss luxury behemoth’s more unusual offerings, something we’re always in favour of (last year’s orange rubber-strapped/ orange-accented Aquanaut Chronograph is the definition of a modern classic), and we love the perfectly balanced display here and the use of the handsome handwritten-style font.


Commemorating James Cameron’s record-breaking 10,908m descent to the deepest part of the Mariana Trench in 2012 is the newly face-lifted blue-dial version of Rolex’s Deepsea – a hardcore version of the Sea-Dweller, designed for industrial divers who spend days on end in helium-saturated bathyscaphes. While its wearer would expire far sooner, this wrist-born bathyscaphe is good all the way down to 3,900 metres.

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