Whether you’re into dazzling time pieces covered in diamonds and precious metals or prefer the elegant and understated look, it’s important for any man of means to present themselves with an appropriate timepiece. Time, the one resource that we all recognize as our ultimate limitation, shouldn’t limit our style or practicalities. From high-tech wrist-wear to stylish time-keepers, here are a few options to consider adding to your collection.
Gc Structura Connect ($579)
If you’re into fitness, this is a watch that can workout as hard as you can. With convenient features to help track your vitals and built-in messaging capabilities, this timepiece is here to help keep you connected and looking sleek while staying active. The design doesn’t compromise style for functionality and instead takes a more balanced approach than many of the trendy wristbands that are flooding the market. With a simple-to-use interface and voice recognition, you can respond to messages while staying focused on the task at hand.
Tambour Horizon ($3000 and up)
Perhaps the last watch wasn’t quite up to your high standards, this Louis Vuitton smartwatch could be precisely what you need. With a brand name that’s synonymous with style and luxury, it’s hard to go wrong and this piece does not disappoint. The exclusive “My Travel” display can even update you with travel information from flight delays to hotel bookings, all with a simple glance to your wrist. Featuring built-in RFID payment systems, alerts for calls, messaging and social media, and of course, multiple Louis Vuitton custom face displays, it’s hard to find a better looking and more functional time-keeper to keep up with you when you’re on the go.
Master Calendar ($9800 and up)
There are many luxury watchmakers out there but no collection would be complete without a timepiece from the master watchmakers at Jaeger LeCoultre. While this is by no means a smartwatch, don’t let that fool you. The company is known for making some of the most precise timepieces in existence and have been revolutionizing watchmaking since Antoine LeCoultre invented the Millionomètre in 1847. With an understated elegance that many others imitate, there’s just no way to go wrong putting one of these beauties on your arm and taking it out for a night on the town.