Top 10 Expensive Classy Wristwatches

A watch is a small time piece intended to be worn by a person, It is designed to keep working despite the motions caused by the person’s activities. It is designed to be worn on a left or right wrist, attached by a leather watch strap, chain or other type of bracelet.


Lange & Söhne Grand Complication is from the German luxury watch brand Priced at approximately $2,497,000, this grand complication features a grand sonnerie and petit sonnerie in addition to a minute repeater, a mono-pusher chronograph with a split-seconds function and jumping seconds, and a perpetual calendar with a moon-phase display.


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Jean Dunand Shabaka cost $500,000, it was inspired by a 20th century Swiss art deco artist with movements produced by the talented watch designer Christophe Claret. It is their most iconic model, the Shabaka combines art deco lines with a neo-Egyptian theme as well as a perpetual calendar movement that partially indicates information on rolling cylinders.

jean dunand shabaka watch
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George Daniel Axial cost $619,ooo, George Daniel Co-Axial Chronograph is considered to be the most important watchmaker of the 20th century, English George Daniels only produce a few dozen timepieces across the span of his entire life. Among his more notable achievements was the invention of the Co-Axial Escapement. It is one of a kind Co-Axial Chronograph wrist watch.

George Dan
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Franck Miller Mega4 cost $2,400,000, at the time of its production the Aeternitas Mega 4 watch by Franck Muller was the most complicated timepiece in the world with over 36 distinct complications. The incredibly complex movement contains almost 1,500 individual parts which litter the dial with hands and dials to indicate all the information.

Franck Muller Watch
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Christopher Claret Eagle cost $595,000, the Christopher Claret DualTow Night Eagle is a modified version of the DualTow concept that typifies the uniquely complex and modern style of watchmaker Christopher Claret. The Time is showing on two moving belts, while the movement also offers a chronograph with a special planetary gear system.

Christopher Claret
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Bulgari Magsonic Sonneria Tourbillon Watch cost $620,000, vividly designed, ultra-complicated timepiece that combined a tourbillon-style regulation system with an array of chiming functions. The movement contains over 900 hand-finished parts and the case is partially produced from the special “magsonic” alloy meant to enhance the music sounds.

Magsonic Sonneria
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Patek Philippe Ref cost $762,000. The watch features the manufacturer’s amazing caliber CHR 27-70Q, based on a blank movement created exclusively for Patek by Nouvelle Lemania. The functions include a split-second chronograph as well as a perpetual calendar with phase of the moon indication.

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Ap Royal Oak Grande cost $560,000. The Royal Oak Grande timepiece was produced by Audemars Piquet and it comes with an amazing design. It’s full of complications and some of its unique features include  perpetual calendar, split second chronograph, and minute repeater.

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Richard Mille cost $535,000. This timepiece has a modern design and its external build is made from titanium and aluminum with some artistic designs featured on it. It is an amazing watch with a design that is timeless. It’s fairly simple to understand and less complicated than other competing brands.

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Rolex Submariner cost $234,000. A very signature style of the Swiss based watch brand, the watch is a stainless steel timepiece, based with an automatic movement at its center, and is a COSC certified chronometer.

Submariner Rolex
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