Best of 2019 – Our Top 5 Accessible Watches

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Quick Facts: 39.56mm breadth x 15.15mm tallness – brushed tempered steel, sapphire gem, plunging bezel – 1000m WR – ETA 2824-2, programmed – nylon RAF lash or steel dab of-rice arm band – CHF 1,456 on tie and CHF 1,596 on wristband – orders at

Ophion OPH 786 Velos

Last however not least, the new Ophion OPH 786 Velos . Indeed, this is the most costly model in our choice, and at only north of EUR 2,500, it isn’t as such an available watch… Well, until you comprehend what’s the watch truly is. No Miyota or Seiko development here, no Hong Kong-sourced parts. The new Ophion is a somewhat remarkable interpretation of “accessible haute horlogerie”. In the first place, it has another case, with a plan that may appear to be natural. Undoubtedly, the cases are fabricated by Voutilainen himself, with the mark exclusively welded tear hauls. Second, it highlights multi-layer dials, with slanted rings, applied Breguet numerals, carefully formed hands and, on certain models, CNC-machined guilloché designs. At long last, inside is a 5-day hand-twisted development by Soprod, with exceptionally formed scaffolds enhanced with cleaned angles and hand-pounded adornment. Attempt to think about one more watch at that cost, with a particularly level of execution…

Quick Facts: 39mm distance across x 10.45mm stature – hardened steel case by Voutilainen, sapphire gem the two sides – multilayered dials – exclusive development made by Soprod, hand-twisted with 5-day power save – handcrafted cowhide tie – as of EUR 2,580 (excl. charges) – orders at