Being punctual is one of the key aspects to being a man. As an entrepreneur being on time is essential to productivity. Also, you don’t want to have the girl of your dreams waiting for you to show up. So why not stay on time and look as impeccable as you can. Any one of these majestic timepieces are sure to make an impression.
This Scandinavian luxury dates back to 1883. It was in 1938 when they first introduced the modern sports watch, the Alpina 4, for skiers. They claim it as the first ever because it was water-resistant, shockproof, rustproof and antimagnetic, making it ideal for the adventurous. This heritage classic celebrates Alpina’s 130th anniversary. This retro watch features a dial with military-style telemeter markings and a “snail track” tachymeter. A delectable addition to any wardrobe.
88 Rue du Rhone
The 1st Class Lifestyle encourages you to take control of your own future. We say you have the power to dictate your journey and accomplish whatever you want. Elie and Pierre Bernheim, founders of this brand based on an address in Geneva, believed the same thing when they separated from their grandfather’s, timeless Raymond Weil brand, and set up shop on their own. This understated elegance is sure to catch some eyes.
A. Lange & Sohne
This Saxon watchmaker recently perfected a timepiece worth over USD$2M. In case you don’t have that type of bankroll yet. They also have these more affordable pieces. The crystal clear dial has a unique face that displays the time, date, week, and full moon phases through a 476-part annual calendar. The only manual adjustments must be made at the transition from February to March, but the moon phases will stay accurate for 122 years.
Baume & Mercier
Another modern take on a timeless classic. This watch is dedicated to the understatement of the brands pieces throughout the 1950s. This time was most fondly remembered as their breakout decade in watchmaking. The watches gentlemanly demeanor can be worn casual or paired with something a little more business.
Breguet’s fame is rooted within its innovative ethos. This slightly larger face watch is more of a bold look, however, it is not so big as to take away from the things that really matter. The arms adorned with the brands classic blue has been modernized with the tiniest accents of red. It is enticing to the untrained eye and a definite showstopper for the horophile.
Recently unveiled by Cartier this mesmerizing tourbillon and two handed piece is a new staple for any collection. The two hands on the face were delicately crafted on top of two discs of glass concealed within the border of the dial. This technique gives the impression that the hands are floating, something truly incredible to see in person.
H. Moser & Cie
If simplicity is your thing, then this ultra round, 3 hand watch might be perfect for you. With precise attention to detail and a superlative finish this piece is for the ultimate collector. The relatively low-key brand makes only about 1100 watches a year but intends to up their production to 5000 by 2017. So if you can’t find it now your time might be coming.