Top 10 Best Luxury Watches for Men In 2016


It does not sound like common sense, but features and extras are really the most important features of a luxury watch. Frankly, all the watches GroomNStyle check out the high quality, and their performance difference is minutes. That’s why the look, the brand and the price really determine the true value of these luxury watches.

10. TAG Heuer Men’s Kirium F1


Founded by Edouard Heuer in 1860 in St-Imier, Switzerland, TAG Heuer has a distinguished history of offering luxury timepieces designed for use by the “active man”. Furthering this brand identification, the company has been long been associated with the finest in sailing and auto racing, and is a premier sponsor of Formula 1. TAG Heuer offers luxury watches which are as appropriate for an evening spent in the Casino de Monte-Carlo as they are for a day of sailing the America’s Cup course in San Francisco Bay.

Kirium F1 contains the quality of the men expect the TAG Heuer the past one and a half centuries. The TAG Heuer table is made of stainless steel and holds the arm with a soft leather band. The black face is backlit and covered with a sapphire crystal cover to provide excellent protection of the silver analog dial, while eliminating the reflected light can make the watch’s face difficult to read in the water.

9. Jaeger- LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Moon 39


Jaeger-LeCoultre is a luxury watch maker based in Le Sentier, Switzerland, and has been making watches since 1833. The company is known for offering luxury men’s watches which incorporate high quality materials in a refined design.

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Moon 39 is one such masterpiece. This timepiece incorporates an uncluttered round face with an analog time mechanism and calendar date indicator. The calendar date recorder also maps the phases of the moon as time passes. The face of the watch is an off-clam color, with silver hour markers and watch arms contrasted against a blue second counter. The watch is secured with a black leather band. At just 4.9 millimeters, this watch is as thin as it is sleek. A brown version is available as well.

8. Ulysse Nardin Maxi Marine Diver Chronometer


Ulysse Nadine is an old-fashioned luxury watch manufacturer. Founded in 1846 by Ulysse Nadine, the company continues to produce watches, the rest of the opening, despite two world wars. Unlike other watch manufacturers, the company is not only still in the established position, Le Locle Switzerland, but it still makes its watches in the original building.

Ulysse Nadin specializes in ocean timers. If you find these models attractive, you search for a luxury man’s watch should start and end with the Maxi Naval Diver astronomical clock. This piece contains a round stainless steel body to get the titanium and rubber bands (remember, this is designed to be used in and around the water.) The face is a compelling dark blue with analog weapon maintenance minutes and hours. The day of the month records the bottom of the face. The watch has a screw crown with sapphire crystal glass covering the face to protect the time slice and is water resistant to 300 meters.

7. Girard-Perregaux Vintage 1945


Girard-Perregaux is one of the top luxury timepiece companies in the world. Founded in 1856 through the merger of two smaller Swiss companies, Girard-Perregaux has a well-earned reputation for producing exceptional, luxury mechanical men’s watches. Many view their watches as a bit more exclusive than other Swiss brands, because the company produces fewer of them a year than most other shops.

The Girard-Perregaux Vintage 1945 is the company’s best-known offering, and it’s a stunning watch. There are four variations of the timepiece, but all incorporate a square face design containing an analog dial mechanism. Watch faces can be selected in silver, black or white. The watch is supplemented with the choice of either a moon phase or calendar date indicator. Bands come in brown or black leather. As has always been the case with all Girard-Perregaux timepieces, each of the watch’s components is made by Girard-Perregaux on site.

6. Audemars Piguet Royal Oak


Audemars Piguet is a Swiss watch manufacturer with a unique Swiss brand: continuous ownership. Le Brassus in Switzerland was founded in 1875, Audemars Piguet is the only luxury watch brand in the United States has not been sold to a business owner. Jules’s company still belongs to the family of Audemars Piguet and Edward Valuable, the original founders. No list of experts in professional work facilities, it is almost impossible to objectively detail the quality of all watches. However, it says a lot of Audemars Piguet, Cartier and Bulgari buy the company’s watches and then reshape their products.

5. Vacheron Constantin Patrimony 85180


Founded by Jean-Marc Vacheron in 1755, Vacheron Constantin is the oldest Swiss watchmaker in the world. The company is based in Geneva, and operates with the motto: “Do better if possible, and that is always possible”. Over the centuries, this has translated into elegantly restrained designs which are a marvel of craftsmanship.

The Vacheron Constantin Patrimony 85180 is a beautiful timepiece. This watch is obviously exquisitely crafted, but incorporates a clean and simplified design extremely pleasing to the eye.

4. Rolex Yacht-Master II


Rolex can be said to be the most famous brand in luxury men’s watches, and is a good entry to see newly-made men. Although Rolex was known as the Swiss brand, many were surprised that the company was started in 1905 in the UK, Hans Wilsdorf and Alfred Davis. The company originally imported watches from Switzerland using components built to change its name in 1908 and moved to Rolex in 1919 to avoid extremely high war taxes.

Regardless of the origin of the company, Rolex Yacht-Master II is a complex manly statement. This watch is clearly an attachment to the success and power of the person. First introduced in 2007, the Yacht-Master II has a 44mm stainless steel casing, including gold, a typical Rolex watch. The blue watch is simulated by Cerachrom inserts made of ceramic material. Hour markers 18 karat gold and weapons with beautiful blue look.

3. Blancpain Le Brassus Minute Repeater Carousel 0235-3631-55B


Launched in 1735, Blancpain is based in Biel, Switzerland and is known for its “supreme quality” brand. The company has a reputation for making high-quality watches for the discerning man while also taking a unique approach to their products’ visual appearance. The faces are often transparent, showing the time-keeping mechanism in great detail.

The Blancpain Le Brassus Minute Repeater Carousel 0235-3631-55B is a perfect example of the timepieces produced by Blancpain. It incorporates a carousel minute repeater with a one-minute flying carousel, to provide unparalleled performance. The watch case is 18 carat gold, with a white grand feu enamel dial which provides a transparent view of the inner workings of the timepiece. The case is 15.35 millimeters by 45 millimeters and secured with a brown alligator leather strap. This is truly an amazing watch and one of our real favorites.

2. Patek Philippe & Co. 5078R-001 – Rose Gold – Men – Grand Complications


Patek Philippe & Co. is a Swiss timepiece maker based in Geneva. The company has made luxury timepieces since 1852 and is quite possibly the foremost luxury brand in the field. Their watches are of such quality that they have long been the choice of royalty, including Queen Victoria of England and Hussein Kamel, the former Sultan of Egypt. A Patek Philippe timepiece also holds the world record for the highest-priced watch ever sold; a Patek Philippe Henry Graves Supercomplication watch was purchased by Sheikh Saud Bin Mohammed Bin Ali Al-Thani of the Qatari royal family for just over $11 million.

The Patek Philippe & Co. 5078R-001 – Rose Gold – Men – Grand Complications does not come with an $11 million price tag, but does offer the quality associated with the company’s brand.

1. TOP CHOICE: Cartier 18k Rose Gold & Diamond Tank Anglaise Extra-Large Model


Surprisingly, we chose the men’s top luxury watches not from the Swiss watchmaker. On the contrary, we see the West – especially France – we find Cartier. Louis-Francois Cartier was founded in 1847, the Paris jeweler has been known as the world’s leading luxury brands. Men’s watches have been part of the luxury line Cartier for nearly 100 years, “Tank” originated in 1917, these watches are inspired by the French tanks used in World War I.

Cartier 18k rose gold and diamonds Cabinet Angela large man looking screaming luxury. The timer is designed with a rectangle and a face. 46 mm in diameter, rose gold with 18 carat diamond border. The outer sides of the vertical row are arranged with two rows of diamonds running full length of the body. The gold and diamond frames are offset by a beautiful silver finish and a blue-looking arm mechanism that also contains a calendar date mechanism.