New year, new watches!
Granted 2022 got off to a familiar start…..
But the watch world keeps on ticking, global pandemic or no global pandemic. And let’s face it, there’s never been a better moment to take stock of where we’re at and spend some quality time really considering that tempting new watch purchase.
There’s a load of great new men’s watch releases already lined up for 2022 and right here’s the place you’ll find them. From world-famous brands like Rolex, Tag Heuer, Breitling and o on
Here are some best men’s classic luxury watches for 2022:
A rugged titanium case and bracelet make this watch perfect for the outdoorsman who likes to keep things sleek. The best part? Swap from a bracelet to the included rubber strap with the push of a button.
Case size: 45mm
Stainless Steel & Leather-Strap Watch by Tom Ford:
Leave it to Tom Ford, the master of subtle sex appeal, to design a slim, everyday watch that makes a bold statement.
Case size: 30mm
Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional Chronograph:
It’s a good year for a moonwatch, even for those of us not taking a trip to space. Omega’s new edition has an upgraded bracelet—but still passes the original NASA certifications so when the invitation to the rocket ship arrives, you’ll be ready.
Case size: 42mm
Spirit Titanium By Longines:
Well-designed and well-priced, there’s a reason why Longines has become one of the biggest watch brands in the world. Its Spirit collection was launched in 2020 to celebrate Longines’ affinity with aviation – defined by a crisp, clean aesthetic for easy readability. Its newest version comes in titanium and costs a fraction over £2.5k. A steal for a chronometer-certified watch.
Super AVI Mosquito By Breitling:
Super AVI, a new line from pilot watch specialists Breitling, is a celebration of aviation history with designs inspired by four classic planes of yesteryear: the North American Aviation P-51 Mustang, the Vought F4U Corsair, the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk and the de Havilland Mosquito.
The Super AVI Mosquito, shown here, features a combination polished and satin-brushed black ceramic bezel and a black dial with white contrasting chronograph counters. Its red and orange elements recall the roundels and markings found on the plane dubbed the “Wooden Wonder”.
A vintage cockpit for your wrist, no less.
Published on HOLR Magazine.