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Given that ‘best’ is a highly subjective attribute, the task of selecting the best of anything is a tough job, and with watches, it is a too much daunting task. Defining what ranks among the best is especially tricky. There are endless styles and designs, together with the complications that are always changing. However, the task is a bit easy if you have a liking for classic watches that you find at Michael Kors watch stores. Picking any of the watches that find a place in this article will not only make you proud but also confident of going with the best.

Montblanc Star Legacy Nicolas Rieussec Chronograph

Montblanc

French watchmaker Nicolas Rieussec, the inventor of the first inking chronograph, patented the product in 1821. The Montblanc Star Legacy is a classic 44.8 mm stainless steel watch that mimics the original device of the inventor and has been created to pay tribute to the legendary watchmaker. The anthracite dial of the watch has two rotating discs horizontally aligned for the 60 second counter and 30 second counter, respectively, which turn below a stationary double-index. Caliber MB R200 is the in-house mono-pusher chronograph movement that provides power to the device that consists of a column wheel mechanism and automatic winding backed by a 72-hour power reserve.

Santos de Cartier Chronograph

The world considers Santos as one of the earliest wristwatches when Louis Cartier created it in 1904. The story goes that the watch was created for Alberto Santos-Dumont. The aviation pioneer who had difficulty while using his pocket watch when flying and complained about it. This led to a simple solution of tying the watch on the wrist that became a game-changer in watch styling. And made the wristwatch fashionable. This watch now comes with an 18k yellow gold bezel with satin-brushed silver dial. And sword-shaped luminescent hands made from black steel. The 1904 caliber CH MC automatic movement provides power to the chronograph that retains the original square shape. The watch comes with a rubber strap and a steel bracelet. That is easily changeable with the ‘QuickSwitch’ interchangeability system that is Cartier’s very own.

NomosGlashutteTangenteNeomatik 41 Update

Nomos is a small German watch brand that specializes in timepieces that blend a Bauhaus esthetic design with watchmaking precision. The innovations of the niche watchmaker, coupled with affordability, are the reasons for the brand’s popularity among watch aficionados. In 2018, Nomos received the Oscar of the watch world, the prestigious Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Geneve for this watch.  The marks of innovation of the watchmaker are evident in the design of the slender 41 mm watch. That has an outer ring to display the date in a completely new way. The date appears within a frame of two red dots on the edge of the dial by virtue of the DUW6101, the automatic date caliber.

The money you spend on these watches will justify the investment completely due to the immense satisfaction that you derive from owning the marvelous devices that are simply classics.

Sujain Thomas is a leading blog writer and expert travel photographer. She has written numerous articles and blog posts on topics related to Travel, Food, Lifestyle, Home Improvement, and Photography, etc. Nowadays she is doing her work together with the Casio Singapore company.

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