Christmas is upon us. What better time to give ourselves some time for ourselves?

Enjoy the Christmas holidays to dedicate ourselves to our passions, without having to resort to the clock exclusively to scan our agenda of daily appointments, but simply to admire it and appreciate its features.

But Christmas is obviously also a time for gifts that we hope to receive, or that we give ourselves to celebrate this holiday with a unique flavor that deserves to be remembered. So what better gift than a watch?

We have therefore decided to select for you some of the watches that should not be missing in the collection of an enthusiast, hoping to offer you some further ideas if you are still undecided on which watch to give or… give yourself!

Cartier Tank Louis Cartier 100th Anniversary

Legendary icon of the Cartier house and wrist watchmaking, the Tank Louis Cartier has just turned 100 years old. To celebrate this anniversary, Cartier wanted to relaunch this elegant timepiece by expanding the range of choices available. There are several variants especially for the female audience, while the Large version is the one that best suits men's wrists and is made exclusively in rose gold.

As per tradition, all the different versions are equipped with a manually wound movement with a 36-hour power reserve.

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Girard-Perregaux Laureato - blue dial

Its return in 2016 coincided with the house's 225th anniversary - celebrated complete with a limited edition - was greeted with great enthusiasm by collectors and enthusiasts.

Created in 1975 by the great master Gerald genta, the Laureato is a versatile watch with a refined soul that combines a timeless design with the utmost attention to detail: from the finishes of the case and bracelet, to the “Clou de Paris” workmanship of the dial and, last but not least, of its movement.

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Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Tribute Duo

Why settle for one watch when you can have two? The Reverso Tribute Duoface, created on the occasion of the 85th anniversary of the birth of the iconic model born in 1931, in fact contains two dials that indicate two different time zones.
The first with silver-white dial and blue baton indexes indicates the main time, while the second in blue with 'guilloché' workmanship additionally displays the day and night indication. We could talk about a 'double tribute', a watch that will hardly tire you. A far-sighted gift ..

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Rolex Sea Dweller 126600

Among the novelties presented at Basel Salon this year the new  Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller 50th Anniversary was the one that attracted the most interest among the new Rolex releases.

An important novelty and breaking with the tradition of SeaDweller models in terms of design, is the presence of the Cyclops magnifying glass on the glass at 3 o'clock. The bracelet has also been redesigned in such a way as to make it more robust and comfortable on the wrist. Furthermore, as a tribute to the 1665 SeaDweller ref. 1967, the dial shows the red SeaDweller wording, effectively designating a future as a Rolex 'must have'.

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Ulysse Nardin Marine Tourpilleur 

Lighter and thinner version of the great classic Ulysse Nardin Marine, the Tourpilleur is a watch that best combines elegance and modernity. The 42 mm case has in fact been redesigned and its shapes molded to enhance the refined dial with elongated Roman indexes and slender hands.

But the Ulysse Nardin Marine Tourpilleur in addition to being a truly 'beautiful watch', embodies the best of the savoir faire of the LeLocle house. The caliber UN-118 is synonymous with high precision so much to boast not only the COSC certification, but also the more stringent Ulysse Nardin certification which provides for a gear shift from -2 to +6 seconds per day.

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Tag Heuer Carrera Caliber Heuer 01

In our opinion, one of the most beautiful chronographs of recent years and a turning point in Tag Heuer's design.
A watch with a very specific identity, which enhances its Racing vocation thanks to a modular case that combines different types of materials and finishes enhanced by the hi-tech aspect of the dial. How can we not be fascinated by the transparencies offered by the skeletonized dial that allows you to observe caliber 01 with its chronograph levers and gears in action 'with an open heart'?

A timepiece that we recommend to all chronograph lovers who want to stand out and break conventional patterns!

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BVLGARI Octo Finissimo Automatic

Awarded at GPHH2017 as the best 'men's watch of the year' , il Bvlgari Octo Finissimo Automatic set a new record by making thethinnest automatic watch in the world challenging the limits of micromechanics.

An avant-garde not only in technique but also in all-Italian design. A perfect fusion that has given life to an iconic timepiece with a strong character.

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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 26331ST

To celebrate the 20 years since the birth of the first Royal Oak chronograph model, this year Audemars Piguet wanted to celebrate the important milestone with seven models in steel and rose gold, making slight changes in the layout of the dial that made this edition, a our opinion, the best ever.

Especially in the steel versions, where we can only appreciate the contrast between the chronograph counters and the dial. If we had to choose, the version with the white dial is the one we would like to find under our Christmas tree ...

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