Bracelet watches appeal because the design of the bracelet enhances the aesthetics of the watch.
Featured here are some bracelet watches which are immediately recognizable on a wrist.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Extra-Thin The Hour Glass
In a limited edition of 50 pieces, this timepiece wss created in dedication to The Hour Glass. Featuring a full 18-karat yellow gold case and bracelet, it features the signature “petite tapisserie” dial in an exquisite shade of green. This unique timepiece also showcases an inscription of “The Hour Glass” and “One of Fifty” engraved on the oscillating weight.
Rolex Day-Date 40
Rolex is introducing the new generation of its most prestigious model, the Oyster Perpetual Day-Date, featuring a modernised design with a 40mm platinum case as well as a new mechanical movement, Calibre 3255, which sets a new standard for chronometric performance. The new Day-Date redefines the status of Superlative Chronometer, with criteria for accuracy on wrist that is twice that of an officially certified chronometer.
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