Chrono24.com brokers an awful lot watch sales. Their database of “interest” (not sales) gives us a good idea of the most popular dial color, watch size and complication for 2019. Check out the results below, flavored with feedback from TTAW’s viewing stats.
Rolex is OMEGA’s alpha. Rolex has more money, prestige and fame than its crosstown rival. The OMEGA Aqua Terra will never receive the kudos heaped on the similarly-priced, “entry level” Rolex Explorer or Oyster Perpetual. So what? There are lots of reasons to put the Aqua Terra at the top of your luxury sports watch shopping list. But first . . .
Got your sights set on a luxury watch? Something of a stretch? If you’re looking to put a foot on the luxury ladder without [completely] breaking the bank, the major players offer brand magic at an affordable – well, more affordable price. Check out these five entry level luxury watches . . .
Ultra-light, schmultra-light. Watchmakers have been using titanium for some time. While it’s hats off to Omega for making a watch case and movement out of sandblasted grade 5 Gamma Titanium, luxury watch buyers often complain about the lack of weight in a titanium timepiece. Anyway, the big news: the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Ultra Light has a . . .