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Top 5 most expensive watches

A list of watches that have more history than you could learn in a lifetime. You might even need an engineering degree and an instructional tome to figure out how they work and to calculate they price.  Regardless, all these watches (for one reason or another) are ridiculously perfect and absurdly expensive. Sell the Ferrari, liquidate the stocks, and pick up one of these bad-ass timekeeping devices! And you will be suprised but there’s no Rolex.

The Patekcaliber 89 – €5.120.000

Top 5 most expensive watches

Buying this watch would require selling 3.5 , which happens to be 70% of the total number they sold in 2005. But what makes this watch worth €5.120.000? The design took a life time to creat and it requires a degree in mechanical engineering to understand the machine.


Top 5 most expensive watches

The Tour de l’Ile has tourbillon, two faces, and more complications and parts than even the Breguet Marie Antoinette (hopefully without the beheading) making it the most complicated serial wrist watch ever made.

PATEK PHILIPPE REF 5016P – €762,000

Top 5 most expensive watches

This watch is the second most complicated wristwatch (the first one was a pocket watch so it doesn’t count) that Patek has produced. The problem with watches of this caliber the need for adjustments, but Patek has an app for that.


Top 5 most expensive watches

 The Grande Complication is another watch that has a perpetual calendar accurate until long after you will no longer be alive.  It has a lot of the same complications as the other watches (minute repeater, split seconds chronograph, aforementioned perpetual calendar) but presents them in a way that doesn’t require a thousand page instruction manual just to read.


Top 5 most expensive watches

This watch was originally designed by Breguet himself and has more pieces (823) than an iPhone.  It’s self winding, has a minute repeater, perpetual calendar, equation of time, jumping hour, power reserve indicator, and a bimetallic thermometer – everything but MMS messaging.  It took forty-four years for the original to be constructed and Breguet and Marie Antoinette both died before it was completed.  Ultimately, the original watch disappeared, never to be seen again. When Swatch acquired Breguet, an Indiana Jones style quest for the watch began.  When they came up short they reproduced the watch using only the images of the original. Breguet has received offers in the eight digit range, but still refuse to sell.

Some of those brands will be at the BASELWORLD!

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