The watches are one of the star accessories for men. An accessory that can give us that plus of elegance and originality. There is a great variety in the market and sometimes the choice is not easy. Therefore in this article, we help you by reviewing the best brands of men’s watches 2020, those brands of which you should see their catalog yes or yes before deciding.
We start with one of the best-known luxury watch brands in the world, a symbol in terms of exclusivity. Patek Philippe watches are, of course, not accessible to everyone and are intended for people with high purchasing power. The cheapest watch in its offer is above 6,000 dollars. The brand (Switzerland, how could it be otherwise) is owned by the billionaire Stern family. It is also famous for being the watch brand preferred by many important personalities, including the former King of Spain, Juan Carlos I.
Again we have to talk about another Swiss watch brand that is a benchmark of quality. Audemars Piguet was founded more than a century ago, specifically in 1875, and since then it has stood out as a manufacturer of great quality. Over the years he has released series that have become emblems for the brand, some of which are still sold today. Among the most successful series, we can mention the ‘Royal Oak‘, which began to be marketed in 1972, the ‘Millenary‘, which was released in 1995 or the ‘Jules Audemars‘, which acquires its name from one of the founders.
If we talk about watch brands with history, we cannot forget this brand, which has been manufacturing these objects since 1755. Not surprisingly, historical figures as well known as Napoleon Bonaparte were some of those who wore the watches of this brand on their wrist.
Currently, the company has about 1,000 workers around the world and produces about 20,000 watches a year. In 2015 they presented what is considered the most complex watch in the world, called Reference 57260, which has taken 8 years of manufacturing. Its price will be around 10 million dollars.
Founded in Switzerland in the mid-nineteenth century, it is one of the most reputable brands in the sector, especially for a large number of advances, inventions, and patents they launched.
Among some of its milestones in the production of the smallest and most complex watch in the world, or one of the first submersible watches, resistant to shocks and magnetic fields. Currently, all watches of the brand pass the so-called 1,000-hour test, during which time they are subjected to hard tests to ensure their quality and reliability.
If we had to mention a brand of watches known as the symbol of luxury and exclusivity, surely most of us would say Rolex. The difference between this brand and the rest of luxury brands is that Rolex has managed to get closer to the public, getting sales from other brands much more general. Not in vain today the Swiss company produces around 2,000 watches a day. As if that were not enough, he is the official timekeeper of Formula 1, after replacing Tag-Heuer.
Luxury watches always have an endless segment of fans, this year and in the years that follow.