Outstanding quality can be found at all price ranges, however, sometimes a larger price tag is an indicator of expertise, high-quality materials and the time put into creating a timepiece. A luxury timepiece can last you a lifetime. It’s as much an investment as a diamond ring or a car. Alongside the materials, the quality of the craftsmanship used to make the watch is important. Attention to detail is what makes these watches truly luxury. In addition, timepieces need to perform well and have outstanding accuracy. Unlike many cheaper timepieces who cut back on certain aspects of the watch in order to keep it affordable, with luxury watches there is no compromises and every element is perfected. These must-have women’s luxury watches combine several of these most important elements of a luxury watch to give you an exceptional experience.
Founded almost 200 years ago, Longines is a well-known luxury watch brand. With many years of expertise behind their back, Longines has made a name for themselves as masters of their craft. The brand’s Master collection showcases this exact drive towards consistent improvement. This women’s model from the line is a well-rounded example of the perfect luxury watch. In addition to the dial being mother-of-pearl, diamonds are set in place of indices. The dial also features a moonphase indicator as well as a discreet date indicator. The hands of the model are silver, polished and leaf-shaped. Complementing the dial is a blue leather strap. A sapphire crystal covers the dial. Powering the watch is an automatic movement with a power-reserve of up to 72 hours.
For those who want a more modern timepiece we suggest Hamilton’s Open Heart Jazzmaster. The striking design of the dial beautifully displays the automatic movement of the watch. Two irregularly shaped apertures have been cut into the dial in order to achieve this. The dial still stands out in blue with a sunray finish. Securing the watch is a stainless steel bracelet with a butterfly clasp. The case measures 36 mm in diameter. An impressive feature of the model is the movement’s 80-hour power reserve. The watch also has a water-resistance of up to 5 bars or 50 meters.
This Raymond Weil Parsifal is distinctly different from other models in this article as it has a more masculine style. This timepiece is the perfect example that women’s watches, especially luxury ones, don’t need to be all diamonds and pearl. The unique cross link bracelet is the first distinguishing element of the watch. The bracelet alongside the bezel is what gives this watch it’s stand out appearance. The dial is fairly simple by contrast. Grey-coloured Roman-numerals and baton hands contrasts the white dial. The watch is powered by a quartz movement.
The second timepiece from Raymond Weil on this list is ideal for those who love the sparkle of diamonds. Set into the dial to represent six of the indices are six diamonds, while the other hour-markers are rose-gold Roman numerals. The watch gets its glamourous look not only from the diamonds but from the mother-of-pearl dial. In addition to the hour-markers, the crown, the bezel and some of the links on the bracelet are rose-gold plated. The hands of the watch stand out in a blue. Powering the watch is an automatic movement with a 38-hour power reserve.
Unique and unconvential, this Certina watch packs a high-level of functionality in an attractive feminine package. The stainless steel case is 39 mm in diameter. The synthetic fabric strap is made from #tide ocean material. Increasing the durability of the model are the black bezel with a ceramic insert and the sapphire crystal. Functions and features on the watch include a date aperture, an anti-reflective coating on the crystal as well as a Nivachron balance spring. It also has an impressive water resistance of up to 20 bars. Though the watch is practical it hasn’t neglected its design. The dial of the watch is black mother-of-pearl. Diamonds have been set to replace the indices and the markers on the bezel are gold.
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