Stainless steel gives a timepiece that arresting punch it needs to get people’s attention. From Bell & Ross BR05 Chrono Blue Steel to Piaget Polo Skeleton , check out some of our favourite picks.
Bell & Ross BR05 Chrono Blue Steel
The latest member of the BR05 collection is now equipped with a chronograph movement. The watch has grown from 40mm of the original BR05 to 42mm for the chronograph version. Every flat surface of the watch is satin-brushed while the bevels are polished. The pushers are integrated into the crown guard in a thoughtful manner and form one fluid line, which improves its wearability.
Cartier Santos de Cartier
Based on the iconic Santos watch – a watch born in 1904 as the first true wristwatch on the market. While this updated model maintains the iconic square-shaped with 8 screws on the bezel, the bracelet is better integrated and the dial adds a touch of relevancy in gradient blue featuring a black date disc.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Mariner Date
Widely appreciated by intrepid adventurers of the ocean depths, the Polaris Mariner Date watch has established itself as a sports model with outstanding watchmaking features. A true reinterpretation of the Memovox Polaris from 1968, the Polaris Mariner Date sets a new benchmark in functions and design.
Piaget Polo Skeleton
The Piaget Polo Skeleton watch is visible through both sides, showing off the 2.4mm automatic skeleton 1200S1 Calibre. A sleek luxury watch pulsating with vibrant energy, the versatile watch comes a polished and satin-brushed steel bracelet for a sporty finish that perfectly complements the ultra-thin curved case.
IWC Portugieser Yacht Club Chronograph
Introducing the 3rd generation of the IWC Portugieser Yacht Club Chronograph (Ref. 3907). Featuring a 44mm case this nautical sports chronograph combines timeless elegance with high robustness and a water resistance of 60 metres and a power reserve of 68 hours.
A. Lange & Söhne Odysseus
For A. Lange & Söhne Odysseus, this is the first time that an integrated metal bracelet has been paired with a Lange watch. The case is fitted with a screw-down crown and an exhibition case-back and is depth-rated to 120 meters, another first for Lange. The combination of brushed and polished surfaces extends to the lugs and the integrated bracelet.
This story first appeared in the March 2021 issue of Men’s Folio Malaysia.