Most Exotic and Complicated New Watches of 2018

If you're in the market for a luxurious, precision-crafted timepiece, this guide is for you.

Bored of the watch you throw on your wrist every morning? Hodinkee and Bloomberg have posted a guide to the most complicated and advanced watches of 2018 so far, the timepieces that shine with unpredictable quirks and artistry. These are accessories for the man who cares about craft of timekeeping.

The wildest-looking watch in the guide is certainly the Greubel Forsey Differential d’Égalité (top of story). The details of how the watch is made remain secret, but the brand is known for the incredible precision of its watches’ timekeeping. And just look at it—it’s a watch that prioritizes beautiful mechanics.

A. Lange and Söhne Triple Split. Source: Hodinkee

There’s also the much labored-over A. Lange & Söhne Triple Split (above). While splitting time into seconds is a well-established feature of many watches, this one also allows features chronographs that simultaneously track the minutes and hours.

Oris Calibre 114. Source: Hodinkee

The Oris Calibre 114 (above) takes time zones seriously. This watch accounts for those rare 30-minute time differences, especially helpful for zones like Newfoundland or Indian Standard Time. It’s built for aviation, and is perfect for the global traveler.

For the rest of the list of new, exotic timepieces, check out the Bloomberg article.

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