My Favorite Women’s Watches From SIHH 2016
1. Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Dual-Time 39 MM
I love a decent AP Royal Oak. The plan is famous and immortal and they can be worn by the two people. That is the reason I have picked this Royal Oak Dual-Time released at SIHH explicitly FOR ladies. It isn’t really another watch (really it was initially released in 1990) yet it is new that AP is advertising it for ladies. The old and dependable programmed type 2329/2846 double time development is in a 39 mm steel case with cowhide lash. Cost is $27,700.
2. Cartier Crash In Pink Gold
Another one of my top picks is additionally a reproduction of an old watch in another material. At SIHH a year ago, Cartier released the new Crash in platinum and this year they returned again to the vintage plan, and have released it in pink gold. I like this watch for two reasons. Initially, I am fixated on the vintage Cartier Crash watches from the last part of the 1960s (would take London or Paris).
And, also, in spite of the fact that I am not a colossal devotee of current reproductions of vintage watches, I imagine that Cartier really nailed the skeletonized platinum form. Blend that in with my affection for pink gold and you have a great watch. The development is a similar impressive type 9618 MC utilized in the previous platinum model. The cost on the pink gold is a $68,000.
3. Vacheron Constantin Overseas Small Caliber 5300
You may have read here about the new Overseas Ultra Thin or the ravishing Overseas Perpetual Calendar a long time back, however what you didn’t see was the new more modest Overseas type 5300 model with precious stone set bezel. I realize that jewels aren’t for everybody, except this is a really cool blend of mechanical energetic plan with a “female” contact. The watch is 37 mm and comes in steel with a dynamic blue dial and pink gold with a rose dial; both are accessible on the exchangeable wristband or tie. The pristine type 5300 programmed development was planned and made in-house and is obvious through the sapphire gem case back. The costs are as per the following: Pink gold with wristband, elastic lash, and gator tie is an astounding $51,400; the pink gold with elastic and crocodile tie is $39,500; the steel models are sold with a steel arm band, elastic tie, and gator tie for $24,900.
4. Piaget Limelight Gala Milanese
Okay so this watch isn’t actually in fact progressed (indeed, it’s quartz) or precisely interesting BUT this is one of the more classy and rich looks for a lady that is set with precious stones. I will in general go to and fro on whether I like a jewel set watch, however I really appreciate the spotless lines of the Limelight Gala Milanese and the straightforwardness of the plan. The Limelight Gala Collection was created during the 1970s ( otherwise known as the prime of Piaget ). The present model is the freshest expansion to the assortment and for me the most amazing aspect is the great cross section wristband that was so frequently utilized on the vintage models. The white gold is $36,000 and the pink gold is $34,500, which is A LOT for a quartz watch, however on the other hand Piaget is a genuine “extravagance brand” and costs are set accordingly.
5. A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Thin
So, this watch isn’t in fact a “women watch,” however part of the magnificence of being a lady is you can wear practically any watch (reality harms, folks). It is no secret that I love Lange (you can read more about that here and here ), and this year at SIHH was no special case. The Saxonia Thin is an incredibly rich watch with a much more exquisite development. The manual winding L093.1 isn’t new yet at the same time runs like a dream. The case is 40 mm in breadth and is bigger than some would consider comfortable, BUT the 5.9 mm thickness of the case compensates for this. The silvered dial is perfect and austere in the most ideal manner conceivable. The watch is accessible in pink or white gold, both estimated at $24,500, which compared to a portion of different pieces on this rundown, is a “steal.”