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The Best Luxury Men’s Watches For Fall 2019

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Whether you are attracted to the classic appeal of a luxury watch, a timepiece that reflects your passions, or one that speaks to the heritage of watchmaking; these seven watches at a range of prices will dial up your desire.

Bulgari Octo Finissimo

In recent years, Bulgari has become a leader in producing slim, technically advanced watches. Perhaps the most popular in this genre is the Octo line. An example of this is the Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic watch with its in-house, hand-finished BVL 138 – Finissimo caliber just 2.23mm thick has a platinum micro-rotor and small seconds. The 40mm sandblasted stainless steel case is just 5.15mm thick. The eight-sided bezel, dial, bracelet, and crown are also made of sandblasted steel.

Longines Master Collection Moonphase Display

This 40 mm stainless steel watch has a blue dial with diamond hour markers and silver hands. A moon-phase display is located at 6 o’clock inside a round subdial with a date display. It provides hours, minutes and seconds in a traditional setting. The Longines Master Collection Moonphase Display watch is powered by an automatic movement with a 64-hour power reserve.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150mm XXL Small Seconds

This Omega Seamaster has a bit of everything one would find in a luxury watch. First, the white gold case measures an extra-large 49.2mm. The stunning white enamel dial has decorative black Arabic numeral hour markers and a seconds subdial at 6 o’clock. Blued hands with the Omega logo add a finishing touch to the dial. The watch is powered by the Caliber Omega 2211 manual winding movement with an anthracite galvanic treatment, sun-brushed finishing and circular-graining. The officially certified chronometer has a 53-hour power reserve. While it’s part of Omega Seamaster collection and is water-resistant up to 500 feet, you may want to think twice about diving with such a beautiful watch

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