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Wrist Watch

The wristwatch was invented in the late nineteenth century.

It was invented by Patek Philippe, but initially was considered an exclusively female accessory. Among men it was commonly used the pocket watch.

Early twentieth century the Brazilian inventor Alberto Santos-Dumont, having a hard time reading the time on board the aircraft manufactured by him, asked his friend Louis Cartier watch a more practical. Cartier gave him a wrist watch with a leather strap of which Dumont did not do more for less. When Cartier became popular in Paris, so he began to sell these watches also the male customers.

Manufacturers List

Bulova

Rolex

Eberhard

Chronoswiss

Watches from same Category

Rolex Day-Date

Wrist Watch
The first wristwatch showing date and day of the week.

Rolex Daytona

Wrist Watch
Rolex Cosmograph Daytona is a watch with a mechanical self-winding movement. It has wrist chronograph functions and is officially certified by the COSC.

Chronoswiss Regulateur

Wrist Watch
Movement and function: hand-wind, caliber Unitas 6376, 17 rubies. The hours and the seconds are visible in the inner two quadrants, the minutes in the central dial.

Rolex GT master

Wrist Watch
The GMT-Master Rolex is born from the collaboration with the Pan-Am Airlines, famous airline that in the fifties had scheduled intercontinental operations with direct flights.

Eberhard & Co. Extra-fort

Wrist Watch
In the early 50s Eberhard & Co. introduced the Extra-fort model chronograph using the new 14 lines caliber

Chronoswiss Kairos

Wrist Watch
70s Yellow gold wristwatch

Submariner

Wrist Watch
The Submariner is produced by Rolex since 1954

Explorer

Wrist Watch
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Luminor

Wrist Watch
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Eberhard Azzurra

Wrist Watch
"Azzurra" Italian Challenge Americas Cup Wrist watch

Accutron Tuning Fork

Wrist Watch
One of the most iconic and sought after models of Bulova.

Hublot MDM Genevè

Wrist Watch
Gold, steel and rubber wristwatch