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04/28/2021
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Editors’ Picks of the Week: Omega, Rolex, and Tudor

By Donato Andrioli
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Great Watches Under $5,000

Omega Seamaster 300M

The Omega Seamaster 300M is probably the best alternative to the Rolex Submariner. It’s unique, much more affordable, and even more technically impressive than the famous Rolex diver. The watch is extremely accurate and resistant to magnetic fields thanks to its METAS-certified Co-Axial caliber. Its 42-mm diameter and water resistance to 300 m (984 ft) make it the perfect watch for everyday wear. What makes this model really stand out to me, however, is its dial design. The ceramic dial features a laser-cut wave pattern that’ unmatched in the industry. Paired with its perfectly finished indices, the dial exudes a calm, nearly hypnotic aura. Although the Seamaster 300M comes with a great stainless steel bracelet with a quick adjustment, I would personally opt for a rubber strap. The strap pairs beautifully with the black ceramic bezel and white dial, giving the watch a fresh and sporty look. 

Enthusiast’s Corner: Rare and Exceptional Timepieces

Rolex Day-Date Onyx

While the brand with the crown can count many icons to its name, the Day-Date is probably their most prestigious model. The collection has always boasted a wide selection of dials, but the late 1970s and 80s saw the brand really go wild – wild for Rolex, that is. This resulted in a few dials crafted from rare stones. The one that really catches my eye is the onyx edition. Its deep black dial does without any indices whatsoever and contrasts beautifully with the gold case and bracelet, giving the watch a mysterious feel. Some may argue that the look is very 1980s (which it is), but even if the dial does reflect that era’s style, this minimalist Day-Date is still a timeless, rare beauty. Ultimately, this timepiece is so nice to look at you won’t care how difficult it can be to tell the time without any indices! 

Iconic Timepieces: Great Value for Money

Tudor Black Bay 58

You’re unlikely to find a watch that is as charming as the Tudor Black Bay 58. The textured matte black dial, aluminum bezel with gold accents, rose gold hands and indices, large crown, and red triangle at 12 o’clock: all of these small details are what give this watch its unique, appealing character. Looking at the Black Bay 58 is almost like looking back in time. It is reminiscent of vintage divers from the 1950s. That being said, the technology is anything but vintage. This 39-mm watch features an in-house Tudor movement with a 70-hour power reserve. Moreover, it is water-resistant to 200 m (656 ft) and boasts beautiful workmanship. The most amazing feature of all? The watch sells for well under $5,000. Few other models can boast better value for money, which is probably why this Tudor is so popular today. If you have a mid-sized wrist, the Black Bay 58 offers a lot of bang for your buck. It is a crowd-pleaser and has already been dubbed a classic just 3 years after its release. 

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About the Author

Donato Andrioli

With the purchase of my Tudor Black Bay 41, I discovered a passion for mechanical watches. I am particularly drawn to iconic watches with long and exciting histories.

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