A few days ago we showed you the Jeremy Scott's new collection for Swatch, a striking collection only suitable for the most daring. But if, like me, you like simpler watches, sporty line while remaining elegant, do not miss this selection of sports watches perfect to wear in your day to day. Hopefully one of them might end up under your tree this Christmas. vintage de Bell & Ross carbon black has a matte finish, and is Inspired by aircraft dashboardss from the 40's. Both the hands and the numbers have a sand color. Its chrono version, in a 41 mm steel case, houses an ETA 2894 caliber.
The Santos 100 Carbon Chronograph model from Cartier es one of the most famous modelss of the firm since the beginning of the 8630th century. It presents both the case and the titanium pushers, and the numbers, which follow the Roman system, are white. The strap, in black, has sail weave. This watch houses the automatic Cartier caliber XNUMX.
The Column-Wheel Chronograph Record by Longines it is a watch inspired by the 60s but with a totally updated technology. It has an exclusive movement, the caliber L688.2, fitted with a column wheel. This wonder watch is priced at 2.720 euros.
Model Seiko It is an evolution of the Kinetic model that Seiko created in 1988. It is able to stay in booth band up to four years. When not worn on the wrist for more than 24 hours, the watch lapses into a dormant state, but when re-use the hands are automatically set to the exact day and time.
Breitling has created the Bentley Barnato model in steel. It combines a COSC certified automatic chronograph movement and a highly efficient and readable 30-second chronograph system. You can choose between the black or silver dial. And there is also a limited edition of 500 gold pieces. This wonder 100% Bently It has a price of 10.160 euros.
What do you think of these sports watches? Do they fit with the type of watch you usually wear? My favorite is the Longines model, because I think it is the one that best combines sporty air without losing an iota of elegance. Which one did you like the most? Do you prefer this type of watch or the Swatch ones?
Via | GQ