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5 UNIQUE LUXURY WATCHES
A LOOK AT AT FIVE OF THE MOST EXCLUSIVE MEN'S WATCHES FOR 2014
Luxury watches are luxury pieces for a reason. The prices can be extravagant but many are unique and contain special elements that will never be found within a budget fashion watch or sometimes from any other watch brand.
From powerful movements to one-of-a-kind parts, they are different in their own ways. Here are five unique watches that you will definitely wish you owned:
Bremont Victory - Bremont are keen producers of unique watches, from their new release of the Codebreaker watch to this historic piece, the Victory watch. The Victory watch, like the Codebreaker, has been made using material from a significant piece of history - the HMS Victory.
Hublot x The Watch Gallery Classic Fusion - The UK’s leading luxury watch retailer, The Watch Gallery, collaborated with Hublot last month for a 30-piece only limited edition collection.
The collection features new aspects for Hublot such as fusing ceramic and titanium together on a Classic Fusion 45mm watch and tinting an open case back with the colour blue.
IWC Le Petit Prince - This watch was made by IWC to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the children’s book 'The Little Prince' by French pilot and author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
A limited edition piece, the back of the watch shows an engraving of the Little Prince with his scarf fluttering standing on the tiny planet.
Roger Dubuis Excalibur Skeleton - Roger Dubuis watches are extremely unique in the way they look. They are extravagant, complex and make a statement.
This piece from the Excalibur collection features both a skeleton framework and two flying tourbillon, making it a truly remarkable and luxurious timepiece.
Jaquet Droz Majestic Beijing Eclipse - Jaquet Droz have been producing artistic and elegant watches since 1721 and this particular piece shows you the night sky on your wrist.
It has a moon phase feature at 6 o’clock that shows the wearer the current phase of the moon which is very interesting for those who enjoy both astronomy and horology.
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