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Chopard Grand Prix de Monaco Historique 2016 High-End Watches

The famous Chopard Grand Prix de Monaco Historique collection of high-end watches dedicated to the most prestigious classic racing event has been recently supplemented with two new models of luxury chronographs. Crafted in limited editions, these sophisticated sports timepieces pay homage to the 10th edition of the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique that took place on 13-15 May 2016. The new release watches inspired by historical cars are represented by powerful driver’s instruments distinguished by bright blue or orange accents and extremely accurate COSC certified movements. Produced in editions of 100 in 18 karat rose gold and 500 in stainless steel and shot blasted titanium, these cool chronograph watches are the epitome of vintage design, precision, and mechanical refinement. Thus, Chopard has once again skillfully combined the high horological standards with its long lasting passion for classic racing.

Chopard Grand Prix de Monaco Historique 2016

Being an indispensable instrument for racing drivers, each exclusive model of brand new designer chronograph watches is encapsulating the daring spirit of the famous Grand Prix de Monaco Historique, the much sought-after and intense race that Chopard has been serving as a sponsor and official timekeeper since 2002. These perfectly readable, rugged, and accurate luxury watches for men inspired by the eye-catching design codes of classic cars represent the perfect mix of high-precision mechanics and virile aesthetic. Each piece of new models of watches features a 44.5mm case with engine piston shaped pushers and a gray bezel with a tachymeter scale intended to calculate average speeds during the race. The Automobile Club de Monaco logo appears on the solid engraved case back secured by eight screws reminiscent of automobile bolts. In addition, each new luxury watch is equipped with an automatic chronograph movement that ensures 46 hours of power reserve. Besides, it is water-resistant up to the depth of 100 meters.

Chopard Grand Prix de Monaco Historique 2016

Chopard Grand Prix de Monaco Historique brand new watches are designed with a legible silver-toned snailed dial that bears matching silver-toned and gray chrono counters and characteristic arrow shaped applied hour markers. The 18k rose gold watch features a blue sweep-seconds hand while the stainless steel/titanium version has a bright orange one. Both models come with high-quality interchangeable straps that add another sporty touch to the stunning appearance of Chopard new design watches: the gray NATO strap with stylish blue or orange racing stripes and the Barenia calfskin strap with blue or orange stitching respectively.

Chopard Grand Prix de Monaco Historique 2016

These new release watches, as well as all previous high-end watches from the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique collection by Chopard, combine elegance, impeccable ergonomics, and mechanical excellence. In this way, if one day you want to sell old watches for cash, do not hesitate to contact King Watch Buyers! We are exactly the place where you can get top dollar for any of these amazing luxury chronograph watches! Just fill in our free of charge and risk appraisal form, and we will reply to you as soon as possible!

Legendary Timepieces with Great History: Old Vintage Watches from the 1970s

Luxury watch styling in the 1970s was rather distinctive. Sports high-end watches with oversized chunky cases, bright colored dials with lots of printed details, square and oval forms – all of these old vintage watches are still very exciting for those who remember them first time round or simply love the eye-catching and garish design of these timeless models. The fact is that such timepieces look as innovative today as they did in the 1970s. Moreover, they have become very trendy in the last several years, so much so that many luxury watch brands include these models in their current collections. So let’s look at some of the most significant creations from the 1970s that are still highly popular today!

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak (1972)

In 1972, most of the popular high-end watches were made of gold and created with rather small cases. However, Audemars Piguet broke the rules by introducing the Royal Oak model designed by Gerald Genta – the very first sports luxury watch crafted from stainless steel. Since then, its avant-garde look with integrated bracelet, “Tapisserie” dial, and octagonal bezel has become the Audemars Piguet’s trademark. This Swiss watch model is truly unique because it is still produced with the almost unchanged design. Its size, dial, hands, bracelet, ultra-thin self-winding movement, not to mention that a vast majority of Royal Oak models are stainless steel – everything is the same as it was in 1972. Thus, this horological legend successfully upholds the excellence and innovation embodied by Audemars Piguet more than 40 years ago.

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak (1972)

Patek Philippe Nautilus (1976)

Patek Philippe first introduced its amazing Nautilus collection of high-end luxury watches with inimitable personality and strong appearance in 1976. This unique stainless steel model also designed by famous Gerald Genta was distinguished by a bezel resembling a porthole that could be found on almost all maritime vessels. Since then, the Nautilus has established itself as an elegant, classic, and at the same time sports luxury watch that is still highly popular among connoisseurs of Haute Horlogerie. For today, there is a great variety of Patek Philippe Nautilus high-end watches made of different materials and equipped with different complications. However, this eye-catching Swiss watch model still preserves the original spirit and style from the 1970s.

Patek Philippe Nautilus reference 3700/1, 1976

IWC Ingenieur SL (1976)

IWC introduced the first Ingenieur model in 1955. However, in 1976, it was completely reinvented. The Ingenieur SL became another one of the original designs by Gerald Genta. The renewed luxury watch featured five visible screws on the bezel like those that could be seen on the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. Since then, this distinctive element has remained an integral part of the masculine Ingenieur design. Sporty and rugged with an undeniably technical appeal, these high-end watches are real icons of fine watchmaking so that it’s not surprising that all of the available IWC Ingenieur models are so popular and today.

IWC Ingenieur SL, Ref. 1832 (1976)

In this way, if you have one of the original old vintage watches from the 1970s, you can easily sell it to King Watch Buyers.  Everything you should do is fill in our free appraisal form. We buy authentic old watches, as well as new branded watches, and pay top dollar for them. Do not hesitate to contact us for additional information!

Legendary Timepieces with Great History: Old Vintage Watches from the 1960s

The 1960s were essentially a continuation of what we have already seen in the 1950s. This favorable for the luxury watch industry time offered a variety of chunky, masculine sports high-end watches, as well as absolutely exceptional models for those with more classical tastes, not to mention unusual designs that ultimately entered the history of Haute Horlogerie. It’s interesting that both gold and stainless steel cased models of different shapes were equally popular at that time, and, what’s more, many of them are highly sought after even now. So let’s look at some of the most notable old vintage watches created in the 1960s that are still produced today!

Cartier Crash (1967)

Cartier Crash is one of those exceptional designer watches, the history of which is shrouded in legends. The fact is that “crash” is another term for car accident in England, and that is exactly what we see in the “melted” design of this luxury watch model. Introduced in 1967, it was a tribute to Cartier’s vice president who died in London in a car accident in the mid-1960s.  However, this super strange luxury watch also gives us the reference to the famous Dali painting. Anyway, no matter its origin, Cartier Crash is now an avant-garde classic and one of the brand’s iconic and most favorite designs. Furthermore, Cartier continues to produce new variations of this model that capture the imagination of even the most severe critics. To prove this, let’s just remember amazing Cartier Crash Skeleton wrist watches first presented several years ago.

Cartier Crash (1967) and Cartier Crash Skeleton (2016)

Heuer Monaco (1969)

For today, TAG Heuer Monaco luxury watches for men and women are very conceptual, stylish, and trendy. However, in 1969, they were a rather bold solution and a risky venture as well. Despite this, a square-shaped water-resistant case, innovative movement, bright design, and a left-sided crown placed opposite the chronograph buttons did their job, and Heuer Monaco high-end watches became one of the most popular models of that time. What’s more, they became a real legend after the release of the movie “Le Mans” with Steve McQueen wearing Monaco on the wrist in the lead role. Nowadays, TAG Heuer continues to break all the rules offering a great variety of Monaco models with different complications, dial options, and bands. One of the most notable men’s luxury watches released in recent years is the revolutionary MONACO V4 model that represents the world’s first timepiece equipped with a belt-driven transmission.

First Heuer Monaco, 1969

Zenith El Primero (1969)

In 1969, Zenith made a horological revolution by introducing El Primero, the first automatic chronograph in history that beat at the frequency of 36,000 vph. This was an unprecedented achievement, especially taking into account the fact that such a high-frequency caliber was also given over 50 hours of power reserve. Moreover, measuring only 29.33mm in diameter and 6.5mm in height, it was equipped with a date function. For today, Zenith El Primero chronograph wrist watches being capable of measuring short times to the nearest 1/10th of a second are still considered the most precise timepieces in the world.

The first Zenith El Primero with caliber 3019PH

These old vintage watches created in the 1960s are real legends and today. So if you have one, you can easily get a top dollar by selling it to King Watch Buyers. Specializing in buying old watches, we will make the best possible offer you cannot refuse! Contact us or fill in our free appraisal form right now!

Legendary Timepieces with Great History: Old Vintage Watches from the 1950s

Some of the most exceptional old vintage watches that have ever been produced by luxury watch brands were manufactured in the 1950s. In fact, that golden era was the beginning of a whole new trend of high-quality timepieces largely thanks to the advances made in machine tooling. They say that the level of Swiss watch excellence achieved at that time will almost certainly never be the same again. Although the accuracy of this statement is debatable, one thing remains indisputable – the 1950s gave us several timeless models that are popular and today. So let’s highlight the most outstanding mechanical wrist watches from that glorious period.

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms (1953)

The brightest pages of the Blancpain history are associated with Fifty Fathoms old vintage watches that were originally launched in 1953 as professional tools for underwater operations. Produced at the request of the French navy, these reliable timepieces soon became the standard of reference among diving designer watches, so it’s not surprising that one of them was even worn by famous Jacques-Yves Cousteau. The Fifty Fathoms model was produced for both military and civil markets until the 1970s. However, in 1997, Blancpain reissued the collection with the release of diving high-end luxury watches with the main signature elements of their legendary ancestor. For today, the Fifty Fathoms model is deservedly considered an integral part of any serious collection of technically perfect designer watches.

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms 1953

Omega Speedmaster (1957)

In 1957, Omega introduced its legendary “Professional line of watches:” the Railmaster – the first branded luxury watch resistant to magnetism up to 1,000 gauss, the Seamaster – the first divers’ model, and the Speedmaster – the unique watch with chronograph that was initially created for racers, but being chosen for use in the NASA Apollo missions destined to become the “Moonwatch.” The truth is that Speedmasters able to pass a set of the most rigorous tests take their rightful place among the best representatives of high-end luxury watches for the whole XX century. So no wonder that several years ago, Omega once again reissued the original model from 1957 by introducing the Speedmaster ’57 collection of old style watches with high-tech in-house automatic movements of the latest generation.

First Omega Speedmaster 1957

Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic (1958)

In 1958, Jaeger-LeCoultre created an extremely accurate shock- and water-resistant luxury watch able to withstand magnetic fields. The new model was so outstandingly rugged that it was gifted to Captain William R. Anderson who piloted the first operational nuclear-powered submarine USS Nautilus to the North Pole. Fitted with the in-house Calibre 478b, the Geophysic very soon acquired tremendous prestige all over the world. Its pure, simple design combined with superior quality and craftsmanship is highly sought after even now, so Jaeger-LeCoultre constantly continues to delight its fans by releasing new variations of these unique old vintage watches that have become the epitome of elegance and equilibrium.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic 1958

Each of these legendary timepieces can be easily sold to King Watch Buyers! In this way, if you want to get cash for old watches, do not hesitate to contact us right now! We will be happy to offer you a win-win deal!

Legendary Timepieces with Great History: Old Vintage Watches from the 1930s

Thousands of high-end luxury watches appear on the market each year. However, only some of them remain in the collections within one or two decades, and only few are able to live through the whole historical epoch. The last ones are especially magnificent – they are true legends of fine watchmaking! Thereby, let’s remember the most outstanding old vintage watches from the 1930s that were a success more than 80 years ago and are no less popular today.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual (1931)

Until 1931, Oyster Perpetual models took a quite modest place among other Rolex high-end watches. Everything changed when this luxury watch brand invented and patented the ingenious Perpetual movement – the world’s first reliable, efficient, and technologically advanced self-winding mechanism with a Perpetual rotor able to rotate without restraints in both directions. Thus, Rolex designer watches have turned to be perpetual, if you do not forget to wear the timepiece on the wrist, of course; hence the name. Moreover, this unique system is at the heart of all branded automatic wrist watches even today. To say more, last year, Rolex decided to update the Oyster Perpetual model line returning to the style of the very first old vintage watches from 1931 distinguished by smooth, flat bezels and unusually laconic design of the dials. This is especially noticeable in modern luxury watches for women.

First Rolex Oyster Perpetual

Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso (1931)

Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso fine watches were initially created with the only aim – to survive the hard knocks of a polo game. It was a kind of response to the challenge set by some British officers playing polo in India. Nevertheless, the first Reverso old vintage watches were much more than just sports timepieces and, therefore, they were greeted with enthusiasm by all luxury watch lovers. Very soon, these models became an Art Deco classic and a true icon of Jaeger-LeCoultre in particular and fine watchmaking on the whole. It’s interesting that many modern Reverso high-end watches look as if they have not changed since 1931 – this applies to the design of the case, dial, and hands as well. That is probably the reason why these models are so popular among collectors of old vintage watches. For instance, in May 2015, the Reverso luxury watch created circa 1935 and owner by Five-Star General Douglas MacArthur was sold for 87,500 CHF at Antiquorum.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso owner by General Douglas MacArthur

IWC Portuguese (1939)

Portuguese designer watches originally manufactured by IWC for two importers from Portugal are relevant and for today. Their overwhelming success was caused by the fact that in the 1930s, the standard case diameter of men’s luxury watches was approximately 30-32 mm while IWC introduced unprecedented for those times timepieces with 42 mm cases. Nowadays, the popularity of the rare Portuguese old vintage watches from that period does not decrease. These large, strict, and technically thought out models with high-precision pocket watch calibers and classic dials are in great demand among luxury watch collectors. No coincidence that in 1993, IWC decided to reissue the original Portuguese model to celebrated its 125th anniversary and in 2014 – the 75th anniversary of the Portuguese collection.

First IWC Portuguese

For today, all these old vintage watches are true legends that are still highly sought after among connoisseurs of Haute Horlogerie. In this way, if you want to sell one of them for cash, the best you can do is to deal with King Watch Buyers. We buy used watches and pay top dollar for them. Fill in our appraisal form to verify this by yourself!

Best High-End Watches Ever Presented at Baselworld

Baselworld is, without a doubt, the most important and significant trendsetting show and marketplace for both, luxury watch manufacturers and connoisseurs of Haute Horlogerie and High Jewelry. It distinguishes itself as the world’s only event that regroups the industry’s key players from renowned watchmakers and jewelers to gemstones, pearls, and diamonds dealers and equipment suppliers. From the very first show held in 1917, Baselworld annually demonstrates the latest novelties created by the best luxury watch brands and jewelry manufacturers. Many of them have firmly entered into the history of fine watchmaking. So let’s remember several noteworthy high-end watches that are considered iconic today!

Omega Speedmaster Dark Side of the Moon

The Dark Side of the Moon is one of the new models of watches presented by Omega last year, at Baselworld 2015. Since its first appearance, this eye-catching re-edition of the legendary Speedmaster Professional chronograph watches for men worn by the Apollo 8 astronauts has become an instant classic. Crafted from innovative black zirconium oxide ceramic, these Speedmasters completely live up to their name. Thus, the Omega Dark Side of the Moon equipped with the in-house Co-Axial caliber 9300 is already a legendary luxury watch that evokes the allure and mysteriousness of space.

Omega Speedmaster Dark Side of the Moon

Grand Seiko Spring Drive

At Baselworld 1998, the Japanese watchmaking brand Seiko proved to everyone that it was able to create much more complicated high-end watches than simple wide consumer quartz models by releasing the Grand Seiko Spring Drive luxury watch with an innovative mechanical caliber ensuring a continuous movement of the seconds hand. This cutting-edge technology resulted in numerous patents was originally invented in 1977. However, the public learned about this engineering feat only after more than twenty years of its development. Anyway, the Grand Seiko Spring Drive model firmly established Seiko as a serious competitor in the world of high-end luxury watches.

First Grand Seiko Spring Drive

TAG Heuer Monaco

In 1969, TAG Heuer introduced its legendary Monaco designer watches following the bold color trend of the 1960s. Paying tribute to the Monaco Grand Prix, these notable timepieces became even more popular thanks to the movie “Le Mans” and Steven McQueen in particular. At that time, TAG Heuer Monaco chronograph watches held the leading position being the first automatic models with a square-shaped case. Furthermore, they are still in great demand among luxury watch lovers.

1969 TAG Heuer Monaco

Rolex Submariner 

The first Rolex Submariner was presented to the public at Baselworld 1954, at that time known as the Basel Watch Fair. Being a part of the Oyster Perpetual collection, the new luxury watch instantly became famous thanks to its revolutionary waterproof case and, therefore, quickly moved into the category of “timeless classics.” By the way, the distinctive Rolex Submariner model with a green bezel was also a design hit marking the new era of bright colors in Haute Horlogerie.

First Rolex Submariner

Each of these high-end watches is already a legend of fine watchmaking. In this way, if you want to sell any of them at a decent price, come to King Watch Buyers! We buy used watches, as well as authentic old vintage watches, and pay top dollar for them. Dealing with us is convenient and rewarding, so fill in our free appraisal form to get the best possible offer!

Hamilton Old Watches as an Embodiment of American History

Hamilton is one of the leading yet affordable luxury watch brands in the world with a proven reputation for creating reliable, unique, and elegant timepieces. Since its very foundation in 1892 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania/US, this renowned watchmaking company has never disappointed its fans. It is worth noting that soon after the brand establishment, a huge series of old vintage pocket watches was purchased by the local railway company. Thus, thanks to their highest precision, these outstanding timepieces earned the title of “Watches of Railroad accuracy.”

Hamilton Watch, 1912

Another interesting fact is that Hamilton old vintage watches were worn by officers and soldiers served under the command of U.S. Army General John J. Pershing, who led the American Expeditionary Forces to victory in the First World War. Moreover, during the Second World War, Hamilton stopped production of branded high-end watches for customers in order to concentrate on providing the US Armed forces with a total of a million accurate timepieces with shock-proof cases. It was in these years that Hamilton developed its famous marine chronometers used by the US Navy for calculating longitude and plotting direction and location. The luxury watch company’s efforts were rewarded with a US Army-Navy “E” Award in 1943. Besides, did you know that one of the amazing Hamilton old watches was on the wrist of the first American to scale Mount Everest? Furthermore, another branded luxury watch was worn by Admiral Richard Byrd, who made ​​the first flight over the South Pole. In this way, Hamilton high-end watches with their glorious heritage are truly an embodiment of American history!

Elvis Presley wore Hamilton Ventura

In 1974, the Hamilton luxury watch brand was sold to SSIH also known as Swatch Group. Despite this fact, this company is still considered to be iconic in the United States. What’s more, for today, it is also one of the best watchmaking manufacturers in the world headquartered in Biel, Switzerland. Its distinctive designer watches constantly appear on the big screen. Let’s just remember “The Frogmen,” “Blue Hawaii,” “Die Hard,” “The Talented Mr. Ripley,” “Independence Day,” “Men in Black,” and the recent ones “Interstellar” and “The Martian.”

Hamilton PAN EUROP, 1971

Taking into account all of the above, it’s not surprising that lots of people from all over the world give their preference to the new trend watches created by Hamilton while luxury watch collectors are constantly searching for branded old vintage watches with history. In this way, if you want to sell Hamilton old watches for cash or just exchange your old model for a newer one, then King Watch Buyers is exactly what you need! We buy used watches and pay top dollar for them so that you are guaranteed to receive a win-win offer! All you need to do is simply to fill in our free appraisal form – and we will take care of everything else!

Ultimate Sophistication of Chopard L.U.C XPS 1860 Old Style Watches

The distinctive Chopard L.U.C XPS 1860 model is a contemporary interpretation of the classic L.U.C 1860 luxury watch first introduced 20 years ago. Moreover, the year 1860 refers to the date when 24-year-old Louis-Ulysse Chopard founded the eponymous watchmaking company. The new model of old style watches belongs to the renowned series of ultra-thin high-end watches with a small seconds sub-dial and a date display both located at the 6 o’clock position. Thus, combining long-standing watchmaking traditions with precise in-house movements, the Chopard L.U.C XPS 1860 new release watches are an embodiment of sophistication and discreet elegance that make these timeless models essential for today’s refined men.

Chopard L.U.C XPS 1860

The L.U.C 1860 old style watches offer a new take on the iconic historical timepiece. Measuring 40mm x 7.2mm, they are perfect representatives of the modern ultra-slim trend. This model comes in a stainless steel or 18 karat rose gold case complemented with an exquisite dial that bears elegant hour markers and classic Dauphine-style hands. Its water resistance is up to the depth of 30 meters. What’s more, each luxury watch option has an exceptional finishing that makes it stand out from the crowd. Thus, the stainless steel version is distinguished by a sunburst satin-brushed pattern while the rose gold model boasts a sophisticated hand-guilloche motif radiated from the Chopard logo at the 12 o’clock position. Furthermore, both of them feature ergonomic, short lugs that ensure a perfect fit on any wrist, even the smallest one.

Chopard L.U.C XPS 1860

These new Chopard luxury watches for men are not only elegant and ultra-thin timepieces – they are a mere interpretation of a fine classic that makes them suitable for every occasion. Moreover, each piece is equipped with the accurate Chopard Calibre 96.01-L, the first in-house mechanical self-winding movement with a 22 karat gold micro-rotor that ensures 65 hours of power reserve thanks to the innovative Twin technology. Along with all others high-end luxury watches with a seconds indication from the L.U.C collection, the new model is a COSC certified chronometer.

Chopard Calibre 96.01-L

The L.U.C XPS 1860 luxury watch is truly a unique timepiece that perfectly combines the outward style, inner beauty, and unsurpassed technical qualities. It is exactly the model that will never go out of fashion. On the contrary, it will always be an integral part of any wardrobe just like a double-breasted grey flannel jacket. In this way, at King Watch Buyers, we are always ready to buy these old style watches, as well as any other Chopard timepieces from the L.U.C series. So if you want to get cash for old watches, do not hesitate to contact us or simply fill in our free of charge appraisal form. We are always here to offer a win-win deal!

Zenith Chronograph Watches for Men

Zenith, as well as many other luxury watch brands, uses various complications and features to make truly outstanding timepieces, in particular, high-quality moon phase, GMT, minute repeater, and perpetual calendar watches, not to mention designer chronograph watches for men and women. The last ones are definitely the most popular due to the fact that chronograph is much more commonly used in everyday life than any other feature. For this reason, Zenith regularly updates its collections of luxury chronograph watches presenting dozens of new developments every year. Let’s just remember the iconic El Primero, Defy, Pilot, and Captain lines that constantly attract the attention of luxury watch lovers!

Fashion evolves very quickly, and it pertains to designer watches as well; hence, some people are afraid that their branded timepieces can soon become obsolescent or outdated. Some of them don’t want to look ridiculous with unfashionable accessories but don’t have extra money to buy new trend watches every year. Meanwhile, this problem does not apply to the lucky owners of Zenith high-end watches for several reasons. First, Zenith watches for men and women are ageless, and they remain fashionable for several generations. Second, you can easily sell your old watches and get a good sum of money. For instance, King Watch Buyers will be pleased to estimate the cost and buy used watches by Zenith for cash. Be sure, we will offer top dollar for your old watches, especially if it comes to Zenith chronograph watches for men from the famous El Primero collection. Let’s review some of these models.

Zenith El Primero Tourbillon Chronograph 03.2050.4035-21.C714

    Zenith El Primero Tourbillon Chronograph

The El Primero Tourbillon Chronograph Watch with ref. number 03.2050.4035-21.C714 is one of the amazing models from this luxury watch line. It comes in a 44mm stainless steel case attached to a black leather strap made of crocodile skin. Its black dial features silver-tone luminous hands and three chronograph sub-dials. Two of them are placed at the 3 and 6 o’clock positions while numeration of the third one surrounds the tourbillion located at 11 o’clock. Furthermore, the face is protected by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. In order to ensure the flawless accuracy of the wristwatch, Zenith has equipped it with a reliable automatic caliber that boasts 50 hours of power reserve.

Zenith El Primero Rainbow Flyback Chronograph 02.0480.405

Zenith El Primero Rainbow Flyback Chronograph                  02.0480.405

Another chic representative of Zenith old watches is the El Primero 02.0480.405 model. This luxury watch crafted in 1998 still looks very good and easily attracts everyone’s attention.  The wristwatch is made of stainless steel and features a black dial with three chronograph sub-dials, a flyback function, a tachymeter placed on a black bezel, and a date indicator. It is also known as a “Rainbow” due to its chronograph indicator colored in four tones: white, yellow, blue, and green. As well as the previous model, this one is equipped with a self-winding movement and has a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.

In this way, if you have any of these Zenith wristwatches, or you want to sell any other branded timepieces, don’t hesitate to fill in our free appraisal form. We are always ready to provide you with the most accurate estimate!

About Hublot Classic Fusion New Trend Watches

What makes high-end luxury watches classic? It is commonly believed that classic things develop over a long period of time. This is certainly true. However, how to explain that anti-conservative Hublot Classic Fusion new trend watches with their bold style and modern materials have turned into classic looking and, in many cases, even humble timepieces over the period of just several years? Probably no one is able to explain such a transformation except for Hublot’s current CEO Jean-Claude Biver course. Anyway, Hublot Classic Fusion high-end watches are a true classic despite the fact that they were first introduced to the public only in 2010.

Hublot Classic Fusion King Gold Bracelet

          Hublot Classic Fusion King Gold Bracelet

Did you hear about the Hublot luxury watch brand until 2005? Most likely, you didn’t. It was a real phenomenon that caught everyone by surprise. So it’s not surprising that the first collection released under the leadership of Jean-Claude Biver got the name of Big Bang. Literary, it was a real big bang! Just a few years later, Big Bang design watches with their distinct DNA became highly popular throughout the world. What was next? Hublot devoted all the efforts to the creation of a real Swiss watch classic.

Hublot Classic Fusion All-Black Watches

               Hublot Classic Fusion All-Black Watches

First Hublot Classic Fusion new trend watches based on the already well-known Big Bang design were introduced at Baselworld 2010. Thus, aggressive and modern looking timepieces were transformed into a classic. So what’s the difference between Hublot’s non-classical and classical high-end luxury watches? Classic Fusion has a much thinner case often made of red gold, titanium, or stainless steel and a simplified dial with distinctive hour markers and hands. Depending on the model, the bezel may be crafted from brushed and polished ceramic to complement the skeleton or carbon fiber face watch or a variety of metals when it comes to the matte dial versions. Let’s not forget about Hublot’s iconic rubber straps that along with the launch of the Classic Fusion collection have also become classic, however strange it may sound. 

Hublot Classic Fusion Titanium White Diamonds

    Hublot Classic Fusion Titanium White Diamonds

For today, there is a wide selection of Hublot Classic Fusion luxury watches for men and women in different sizes and materials that additionally possess all possible complications. Thus, you can choose among designer chronograph watches, moon phases watches, power reserve indicator watches, tourbillon skeleton watches, minute repeater watches, as well as all-black luxury watches, diamond encrusted watches, ultra-thin watches, and many others. Each of them is special in its own way yet with the original Hublot twist. Moreover, all Classic Fusion models are extremely comfortable and, what is also very important, easy to adjust. In this way, being very modern and stylish, these high-end watches are still considered a classic. Surprisingly, but true! So, if you are a lucky owner of Hublot Classic Fusion timepieces and for any reason want to sell old watches for cash, come to King Watch Buyers, and we will pay top dollar for any model you have!