I assume that the fact that blue is the new black is known meanwhile. But, does this also apply on wristwatches? Let me present you 21 new blue watches that could underline this hypothesis. Click on “read more” to get the story.
Honestly speaking, this trend fits for me. I love blue and since more and more blue watches are available I collect more and more of them. They are perfect matching with my outfits since I am mostly wearing blue-jeans and something blue. Those who know me will probably have to smile now 🙂
Seeing so many new blue-colored watches makes me real happy and I am sure during the year we will even see more blue ones, maybe as a first outlook to the SIHH 2015 or just as a line extension.
Are you ready? Yes!
So let us together have a look at these 21 new blue watches…
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore: As a line extension Audemars Piguet showed a new and gorgeous looking Royal Oak Offshore at the SIHH 2014. That´s a watch I fell in love with at first sight.
Bulgari Roma 130th Anniversary: The only descendant of a Greek family of goldsmiths, Sotirio Boulgaris worked in his forebears’ business in the little village of Epirus until, in around 1880, he decided to move to Italy. In 1884, he opened his first shop in Rome at the Via Sistina between the fabled Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. Eventually, he Italianized his Greek name and, in tribute to the ancient pieces he traded in, he decided to spell his brand “BVLGARI” with a V from the ancient Latin alphabet.
Happy Birthday Bulgari!
Cartier Rotonde de Cartier Earth & Moon: This new tourbillon watch from Cartier displays the moon phase on demand and offers a second zone time indication. By pulling the moon phase on demand pusher at 4 o´clock the blue disc is pushed into the scene. It (partially or not at all) covers the the tourbillon (= the moon) at 6 o´clock and thereby indicates the moon phase.
Look at this wonderful, blue Lapis Lazuli dial!
Corum Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Tides: A new all-blue chronograph indicating the tides. When set correctly this Corum-own mechanism is easy to read.