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Crowd Pleasers: The Best-Selling Watches of 2018

Crowd Pleasers: The Best-Selling Watches of 2018
By Hong Kong Tatler
December 25, 2018
Looking to wind down the year with a stylish timepiece? Here’s a round-up of 2018’s best-selling watches
Photo: Courtesy of Glashütte
Photo: Courtesy of Glashütte

Glashütte Original

Functional and stylish, the Senator Cosmopolite displays two time zones on its well-organised dial. At its heart is an automatic movement that offers up to 72 hours of reserve power.

Photo: Courtesy of A Lange & Söhne
Photo: Courtesy of A Lange & Söhne

A Lange & Söhne

The latest member of the Saxonia watch family, the automatic Saxonia Outsize Date, comes with a distinctive black dial that features the date in large font, as well as subsidiary seconds. It’s available in white or pink gold.

See also: It's A Date: 12 Luxury Watches With Date Functions

Photo: Courtesy of Harry Winston
Photo: Courtesy of Harry Winston

Harry Winston

An ode to Mr Harry Winston’s favourite gemstone cut, the latest addition to the Emerald Collection comes in a dainty 18k gold case set with diamonds and double tour satin strap.

Photo: Courtesy of Tudor
Photo: Courtesy of Tudor

Tudor

The Black Bay continues to be one of Tudor’s bestsellers and this latest iteration, the Black Bay S&G, comes in a striking combination of yellow gold and steel with the addition of a date function.

Photo: Courtesy of Jaeger-LeCoultre
Photo: Courtesy of Jaeger-LeCoultre

Jaeger-LeCoultre

Issued in a limited run of 1,000 pieces, the Polaris Memovox features the special alarm function made famous by the 1968 version of the watch. This 50th anniversary edition features the striking mechanism with a gong and an instant-jump date-change system.

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Photo: Courtesy of IWC Schaffhausen
Photo: Courtesy of IWC Schaffhausen

IWC Schaffhausen

This handsome Portugieser Chronograph Edition “150 Years” celebrates the company’s anniversary with an IWC-manufactured movement from the 69000 calibre family for the first time.

Photo: Courtesy of Audemars Piguet
Photo: Courtesy of Audemars Piguet

Audemars Piguet

The brand celebrated four decades of the Ladies Royal Oak with a special “Frosted Gold” range for women, featuring an ancient Florentine gold hammering technique on the case and bracelet. Pictured here is the stunning self-winding Royal Oak Frosted Gold Caroline Bucci Limited Edition piece.

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Photo: Courtesy of Omega
Photo: Courtesy of Omega

Omega

Part of the Seamaster Diver family, the much-improved Diver 300M features a larger 42mm gold and stainless steel case and a redesigned diving bezel, which now comes in ceramic and Ceragold for increased durability.

Photo: Courtesy of Hublot
Photo: Courtesy of Hublot

Hublot

Only 2018 pieces of the Big Bang Referee 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia collectible watch were produced, so finding one would be like scoring a goal. This smart watch features a 35.4mm Amoled screen and microphone, GPS and gyroscope functions, all encased in lightweight titanium.

Photo: Courtesy of Chanel
Photo: Courtesy of Chanel

Chanel

Gorgeous and dependable is how your boyfriend should be—just like Chanel’s Boy.friend Skeleton. Fitted with a manual winding movement that offers 55 hours of reserve power, the watch showcases a DLC-coated, skeletonised dial framed in rich 18k beige gold.

See also: Bare Bones: 13 Luxury Skeleton Watches We Love

Photo: Courtesy of Chaumet
Photo: Courtesy of Chaumet

Chaumet

A watch for all occasions, Chaumet’s new Liens Lumières feature an elegant bezel in gold, rose-gold or silver. There are alligator straps available in 12 colours, and the mother-of-pearl dial adds a sophisticated, radiant quality to the timepiece.

Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton
Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton

The Tambour Horizon connected watch continues to evolve. It is now available in four versions with a collection of interchangeable straps. The latest addition in functionality is a travel-inspired game that unlocks new, exclusive dials as players move up in levels.

Photo: Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin
Photo: Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin

Vacheron Constantin

The uber-functional self-winding Overseas Dual Time was a hit when it was launched this year, thanks to its striking blue dial. The watch features a second time zone indicator and date. 

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Photo: Courtesy of Piaget
Photo: Courtesy of Piaget

Piaget

Svelte with just a touch of sparkle, the Possession 29mm ladies watch comes in stainless steel with a dark blue interchangeable alligator strap. It boasts a silver dial that features diamond indexes.

Photo: Courtesy of Breguet
Photo: Courtesy of Breguet

Breguet

The Classique Tourbillon Extra-Plat Automatique 5367 provides a beautifully simple interpretation of the tourbillon on a minimalist enamel dial.

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