Have you ever wondered which watches you should absolutely have in your watch box? We aren’t talking about watches that will lose their value over time, but watches that will stand the test of time and that if you ever need to sell them to a watch buyer you will be able to sell them for almost the same amount, if not more than what you bought them for.
Not only will these watches retain their value, but they will retain their looks and never go out of style, because classic is always trendy and if they are taken care of, they will last longer than most marriages! Every so often this watch buyer will make recommendations of watches that you can’t live without, and today here are five that no man should live without.
Five Watches Jonathan’s Watch Buyer Recommends
Rolex Submariner – Unveiled in 1953, the Rolex Submariner is the first watch that was water-resistant to 330 feet. This watch can withstand extreme cold as well as the depths of the sea and still look great if you are wearing it to dinner. After all, it it’s good enough for Sean Connery’s James Bond, that’s good enough for me.
Omega Speedmaster – The Omega Speedmaster was the first watch to go to the moon. The automatic chronograph is one of the most accurate that you can buy, and if you are looking for an affordable watch that looks fantastic than this is the watch for you.
Cartier Santos – Designed by Louis Cartier for Alberto Santos-Dumont, this was one of the first wristwatches built specifically for men. Cartier stands for elegance, and the Cartier Santos gold-and-steel self-winding version is the standard of gentlemanly elegance.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso – If you can afford the best, then this is the watch for you. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso has a reversible case that was first manufactured in 1931. This watch comes in an automatic model or with a dual-time zone that has an eight-day power reserve. Either way you sport this watch, you will be sporting the very best that Jaeger-LeCoultre has to offer.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak – The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak has become an iconic watch with the visible screws and the octagonal case. First introduced in 1972, this watch is slim and distinctive and screams class when it is worn. It is a watch that can be worn from the golf course to the boardroom with ease.
Which watches do you think every man should own?