Almost one hundred and fifty years ago, a watchmaker wanted to created watches that would blaze trails in the world of timepieces. That watchmaker succeeded and a status symbol line of watches was born. Among them are men’s luxury watches and those watches are part of the TAG Heuer line of excellence in products.
Take the TAG Heuer Men’s Formula 1 Grande Date Chronograph Watch, for example. This watch stands up to the reputation behind it with its flawless design and scratch resistant window. It’s water resistant and has precision time.
Another great watch carrying the TAG Heuer craftsmanship is their Men’s Formula 1 Professional Watch. If you have any sports players in your household, this watch is perfect for them as it will stand up to the rigors of play. But it’s also classy enough to wear to the office, too.
Sometimes when durable watches are built, style takes a back seat but that’s not true with the TAG Heuer Men’s Silver Aquaracer Watch. You get the durability the brand is known for plus you get high end style you’re accustomed to.
There’s a story behind most of the men’s luxury watches and the Omega Men’s Seamaster 300M “James Bond” Automatic Chronometer Watch is one that appeals to men. It carries the 007 appeal and combined with its precision and design, this watch is has quite the charm.
You can wear a work of timepiece art on your wrist. The Baume & Mercier Men’s 10030 Hampton Chronograph is a name synonymous with New York wealth, prestige and dependability.
It features a stainless steel case, black chronograph dial, and is water resistant to a depth of 165 feet. The watch can be worn with formal or informal attire. The reputation behind the watch makes it sought after so supplies are limited.
When it comes to choosing men’s luxury watches, you want to make sure you focus on three things. The first is the reputation. Does the company have a good reputation? Are they known for their precision workmanship? Next, you want to weigh durability against cost. Buying a watch for $300 that you have to replace every year costs you far more than say a $1,000 watch that you have to replace eight years down the road. Finally, consider the appearance. Do you like the way it looks against your wrist? If all the answers are positive, you’ve just picked yourself out a great new watch.