Experience the metamorphosis of the P59 Aurora GMT! You travel in stylish sophistication and earn envious looks during the daytime. And when ambient light begins to fade, your wristwatch starts to glow in amazing colors thanks to two luminous technologies.
Late at night, when other dials have faded to black, the face of your P59 Aurora GMT still glows with the beauty of trigalight®-hairlight on its hour markers and hands.
Explore the features of the Traser P59 Aurora GMT now.
For many years, the pocket watch reigned supreme in the world of timekeeping. Then, for practical reasons, the watch migrated from the waistcoat pocket onto the wrist. The wish to be quickly apprised of the time was part of a long process – an evolution, one could say. The same is true for the gradual transition from rounded to moulded cases at the turn of the century.
Over time the perfectly circular shape has been stretched into ovals or carage and then modified into barrels and square/ rectangular. The tonneau (French for barrel) shape was most likely the point of transition from rounded to square / rectangular watches.
Here’s some Tonneau & Square Shape Watches recommendations.
As we usher in the season of joy and good tidings with dazzling Christmas displays, it’s time to shop the perfect gift for your prefect someone and make memories that will last a lifetime. Watches are timeless Christmas gifts as it will always be cherished for years to come.
Choose a design that will stand the test of time and look stylish for decades.
Here’s some timeless Christmas gift ideas from us to you.
The OMEGA Speedmaster is one of the most recognised chronographs in the world. For the refined 38 mm collection, OMEGA has retained the chronograph’s famous look and heritage, but the enduring design has been given a unique aesthetic touch with simplicity, size and colour in mind.
OMEGA has been able to add a diamond-paved bezel while also keeping the Speedmaster’s famous tachymeter scale. This dual bezel design has enabled the brand to add the beauty of diamonds and also retain the sporty DNA of the original Speedmaster.
Explore the features of the Omega Speedmaster 38 mm collection at All Watches today.
With the success of last year’s private sale event, All Watches brings you the Ball Watch private sale once again. This year’s private sale promises wider variety, attractive offers and a sure-win lucky draw with every purchase!
Stand to win 1st prize, a limited edition Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon – Spacemaster Captain Poindexter timepiece worth $4,700!
And as a special privilege for our LeClub members, RSVP now for your EXCLUSIVE admission to this invite-only private sale, for you and a friend. Food and drink will be provided.
RSVP Now to join us at the event.
For decades DAVOSA Ternos model series has been known for its resilient stainless steel case, the tried and tested High-Tech ceramic bezel and a scratch-proof anti-glare sapphire crystal – bearing a pressure of up to 200 metres water column. The DAVOSA Ternos Professional range now boasts also a helium escape valve and water resistance to an impressive 500 metres.
The All Watches exclusive limited edition version of the DAVOSA Ternos Professional with a dual time function features a Super-LumiNova highlighted hand that indicates the second time zone and thus perfectly readable. This limited edition piece is also equipped with a two toned classic aluminium bezel in blue and red.
Explore the features of the limited edition DAVOSA Ternos Professional GMT .
Like many appealing accessories adopted by the aficionados, oversized watches have seen increase in popularity over the years. Oversized watches may not be your everyday choice, but there’s always a time and place for you to flash a big watch on your wrist.
So how “big” is considered “oversized”? Depending on your wrist size, a “big” watch you are wearing may not be considered as oversized if it actually fits you perfectly. In fact, there is no specific size at which a watch is considered “big”, “massive” or “oversized.” In the watch industry, the term “oversized” is often used to indicate that the watch is larger than “average”.
Here are 3 tips on how to choose your oversized watch .