SKull Face Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs

January 11th, 2013 by aclazaro

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Here’s a cool gothic piece of jewerly from Marc by Marc Jacobs. It’s unique skeleton face design makes this watch a real stand out. It’s a Black leather patent watch with an enamel skull face. Marc by Marc Jacobs watch has logo detailing at buckle fastening and on back and a hidden watch. Marc Jacobs Skull face watch is being sold for £208.27 at Net-a-Porter.com

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Marc by Marc Jacobs Belt-Style Magenta Leather Watch

January 9th, 2013 by aclazaro

 Marc by Marc Jacobs Belt-Style Magenta Leather Watch

I know I talk about being practical and saving money most of the time. But this time, I want you all to know that I desperately want this gorgeous watch from Marc by Marc Jacobs. Price tag is $250. I know it’s a little too expensive for a watch but just look at it! The watch features magenta leather belt-style strap with a hidden watch face under a designer-stamped turn-lock detailed plaque, four gold-tone numbers on face, an adjustable strap with a buckle fastening and comes in a circular designer-stamped presentation box. Oh wow I wish I had one of this. With an eye-popping piece like this, I am pretty sure you can never be late.

 Marc by Marc Jacobs Belt-Style Magenta Leather Watch

 Marc by Marc Jacobs Belt-Style Magenta Leather Watch

 Marc by Marc Jacobs Belt-Style Magenta Leather Watch


Fendi Ceramic Watch

December 10th, 2012 by aclazaro

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I’ve been looking for a nice watch to buy for myself and when I saw this Fendi Stainless Steel & Ceramic Chronograph Strap Watch, I instantly fell inlove with it. It looks so elegant and the color is just so perfect to match up with almost my entire wardrobe. Th watch is an elegant square timepiece with a ceramic bezel, 18k rose goldplated accents and full chronograph functions. The sapphire crystals is just so beautiful, it is also scratch resistant and comes with a date display. Price tag is a reasonable $1,195 for a timeless piece. Available at saks.

The Most Complicated Watch Ever Made – Vacheron Constantin Tour de l’Ile

August 18th, 2012 by aclazaro

The Most Complicated Watch Ever Made - Vacheron Constantin Tour de l’Ile

Ranking #4 on the world’s most expensive watches is the Vacheron Constantin Tour de I’lle with a price tag of $1.5M. The watch is a totally original combination of horological complications and astronomical indications composing a list of sixteen different points including a minute repeater, sunset time, perpetual calendar, second time zone, a tourbillon device, the equation of time and the representation of the night sky. A total of 834 parts are inside this watch and with over 10,000 hours of research and development lavished on it by the designers, engineers and watchmakers of Vacheron Constantin. Only a limited edition of 7 was ever made of this kind. How I wish I am one of the lucky 7!

Patek Phillipe’s Platinum World Time

August 17th, 2012 by aclazaro

Patek Phillipe’s Platinum World Time

The 3rd most expensive watch ever made is the Patek Phillipe’s Platinum World Time with a price tag of $4M. It was proclaimed the most expensive watch in the year 2002. Other than being exceedingly rare, this watch is very special for a number of reasons. The self-winding watch displays each of the 24 time zones and is known for its readability, user friendliness and having separate and switchable night and day tones. On word for this watch – spectacular!

ICELINK: 6 Timezone Mechanical Watch

August 11th, 2012 by aclazaro

 Icelink 6 Timezone Mechanical Watch

Ice link, the watch manufacturer from California, created the first luxury watch with a rectangular mechanical movement that powers 5 time zones simultaneously. But why 6 time zone? The dial has 6 timezone windows: one window for local time, one window for seconds & 4 Windows for different four time zones with day/night indicators. This is where the “6 Time zones” come into play.

Four time zones are available for New York, Moscow, Tokyo and Ginza. It’s available in a black crocodile bracelet with an 18k white or pink gold case, 62.7 mm x 40.2 mm with or without 6k diamond crowns. The screw down curved case back has two openings which allow the wearer to see the mechanical movement. The case however, isn’t complete without the 5 crowns and push pieces all in 18K gold. The dial is created with a brushed metal effect with the local time at the 3 o’clock position. Via Swiss

 Icelink 6 Timezone Mechanical Watch

 Icelink 6 Timezone Mechanical Watch

 Icelink 6 Timezone Mechanical Watch

 Icelink 6 Timezone Mechanical Watch

Philip Stein® Double Diamond Watch Case

August 11th, 2012 by aclazaro

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Diamonds lend brilliance to the dual-time dial of a sophisticated watch case surrounded by stainless steel. Integrated frequency technology helps balance the body’s energy flow and promote an improved sense of well-being. Other special features of this Philip Stein® Double Diamond Watch Case include a dimension case of approximately 27mm W x 42mm H, 1.08ct. total diamond weight of 1.08ct., SI1-SI2 clarity, Water-resistant to 3 ATM (30 meters) and made by Philip Stein® with stainless steel/diamonds/mother-of-pearl. Buying this Double Diamond Watch Case by Philip Stein® at $2,025.00 will definitely give you a stunning and elegant impression.

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Patek Phillipe’s SuperComplication

July 20th, 2012 by aclazaro

Patek Phillipe’s Platinum World Time

A few days back here at BayAreaBags.com, we featured the top most expensive watch in the world. And now landing on #2 is again a creation of Patek Phillipe which is a SuperComplicated creation also happens to be super expensive which is worth $11M! The famed watchmaker finished the timepiece in 1932, a four year-long commission to create a watch for Henry Graves Jr., who had waged watch-war with James Ward Packard. The yellow-gold watch has two faces and 24 complications and was even bought at a Sotheby’s auction for a little more than $11M.

Patek Phillipe’s Platinum World Time