Brilliant Blue Watches
Got the blues? This collection of blue watches from luxury Swiss watchmakers will cheer you up.
Enjoy a great collection of blue watches from luxury brands such as Rolex, Blancpain, Omega, Zenith, Breitling and more.
This 43m men's watch is a limited and numbered edition with only 250 pieces circulating worldwide. Blancpain has made many financial contributions towards to preservation of the world's seas and oceans. The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms was introduced in 1953 and was the first modern diving watch. This historical watch series may very well be the reason why they have labeled their philanthropy towards ocean preservation "Blancpain Ocean Commitment". This watch is reminiscent of the deep blue sea.
As a classic watch and the most popular Rolex, the blue Rolex Submariner always has a place on any top ten list of blue watches. This 18kt white gold Rolex Submariner has a royal blue sunray dial with a matching royal blue "Cerachrom" ceramic bezel. Rolex Submariner watches are some of the most recognizable diver's watches and have earned the reputation for being an excellent timepiece. The watch pictured here is the white gold Submariner with a blue dial (Reference # 116619LB).
Another great watch with a deep blue hue is the Model #: 4188.8.131.52.03.001 from Omega's De Ville Chronograph series. This 18kt rose gold watch has a very classy look for a sporty blue chronograph watch. It uses a deep blue sunray dial with a brushed finish showing 2 recessed subdials. The watch's deep blue offsets the rose gold beautifully and the contrast between the blue dial and the rose gold numerals makes this watch easy to read.
The El Primero 410 pictured here takes its inspiration from the historical Zenith watch from the 1970's this particular watch Model #: 03.2097.410/51.c700 is a limited edition where only 1975 pieces are in existence. It is jam packed with great features such as a chronograph/stopwatch, full calendar including day, month, date, moonphase, tachymeter. It has a running seconds subdial. It has multifaceted hands and indexes with luminescent fill. At its core beats a Zenith caliber 410 at 36k vph with 31 jewels and 390 parts. This beautiful blue Zenith watch has an approximate power reserve of 50 hours.
Breitling is a watch brand that is used to being up in the big blue sky with their many pilot and aviation watches as well as in the big blue sea with their many marine chronometers. It's no wonder that they produce so many watches that are the same color as their surroundings. A fine example is the Breitling Superocean II depicted to your right. Its polished stainless steel case sets off the blue hues perfectly and its blue sunray dial is nothing short of spectacular. It also has a blue rubber strap and fluted blue bezel. When it comes to blue watches, this one is almost about as blue as it gets.
This blue timepiece looks comfortable on your wrist when you are dressed casually or formally. The blue dial on this watch has a lot going on with the retrograde calendar, power reserve indicator and moonphase subdials. This blue Maurice Lacroix watch can hold its power for approximately 52 hours with the Maurice Lacroix Caliber ML192 movement. The Swiss watchmaker took close attention to every detail in this masterpiece and used a matching blue alligator leather / crocodile leather strap which even has blue stitching. It definitely makes for a classy blue watch.
Another blue watch from a noteworthy brand that makes use of the color blue in a unique way by applying it to the blue watch band and in the blue subdial. Although this particular watch uses a dark blue and semi desaturated blue hue for the strap and blue flange with minute track. It has a sporty and fun look to it. Of course we can forget to mention that within this blue TAG Heuer watch beats the TAG Heuer Caliber 6 at 28'800 vph and lasts for approximately 38 hours. The blue and steel go really great together on this model. As with many TAG watches, the word Heuer is printed in red on the dial and had a red had to accent the blue small seconds subdial.
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