Watch dials once in a while dare to red. Less formal than dim tones, red catches your eye. In any case, red can be exceptionally appealing and rich, as you’ll see. Particularly in the event that you are confident in your capacity to take away tones or like to stand apart from the group. If so, we have rounded up five incredible red dial watches introduced recently.
Note: this choice depends on an agreement among the MONOCHROME group. It mirrors our inclinations yet on the off chance that there are other watches you’d love to make reference to, don’t hesitate to share these in the comment area toward the finish of this article.
Oris Big Crown Pointer date 40mm oxblood Red dial
Red with earthy tones, the oxblood dial of this Pointer Date functions admirably with the setting of this vintage-inspired Oris model. Its adapted typography is paired with cathedral hands treated with beige Super-LumiNova. The programmed type 754 inside depends on a Sellita SW200-1 changed inside for the date sign. It comes with a similarly novel yet up-to-date troubled leather strap.
Quick facts: 40mm steel case – 50m water-opposition – programmed Oris 754 type (base Sellita SW200-1) with hours, minutes, seconds and date – leather tie – CHF 1,550. More data: www.oris.ch
TAG Heuer Monaco 1979-1989 restricted edition
As the brand commends the 50th anniversary of the Monaco, TAG Heuer discharges a few restricted releases to praise all the decades somewhere in the range of 1969 and 2019. Among these, the 1979-1989 release is furnished with a cool splendid red hustling themed red dial. To give the last dashing touch to the model, TAG Heuer went for a punctured leather lash in dark with a red leather lining.
Quick facts: 39mm x 39mm steel case – 100m water-obstruction – programmed type 11 (Sellita SW300-1 + DD module) with hours, minutes, seconds, date and chronograph – leather lash – restricted release of 169 pieces – CHF 6,400. More data: www.tagheuer.com
Czapek Quai des Bergues Guilloché Red
This adaptation of the Czapek Quai des Bergues is introduced in a 38.5mm steel case. The “rhubarb red” hand-guilloché dial includes a restrictive example called “ricochet”, making enrapturing wave impedances on the dial. Turn the watch over and the display caseback offers a brilliant perspective on the hand-wound SXH1 type that can store 7 days of force save on two barrels.
Quick facts: 38.5mm steel case – 50m water-obstruction – hand-wound SXH1 type with hours, minutes, little seconds and force hold sign – croc leather lash – restricted release of 10 pieces – CHF 14,800. More data: www.czapek.com
Omega De Ville Trésor 125th anniversary Co-pivotal Master Chronometer
Released to praise the 125th anniversary of the Omega name, this restricted release De Ville comes with a brilliant red polish dial that follows the brand’s unique tone. It is paired with a coordinating shading gator tie with tone-on-tone sewing. The model introduces the type 8929, the main manual-winding Master Chronometer development. This twin-barrel development includes the most recent Omega advancements, which means against attractive parts (up to 15,000 gausses), the mark co-hub escapement, progressed exactness and a 5-year guarantee. On the caseback is a 18k yellow gold anniversary emblem loaded up with red veneer and surrounded by damaskeening.
Quick facts: 40mm yellow gold case – 30m water-opposition – hand-wound 8929 type with hours, minutes and seconds – crocodile leather lash – restricted release of 150 pieces – CHF 17,800. More data: www.omegawatches.com
Grand Seiko Elegance collection
At Baselworld 2019, Grand Seiko divulged another assortment of four watches named the ‘Excellent Seiko Elegance’. These are fitted with brilliantly made Urushi (Japanese finish) domed dials. The reference SGBK002 utilizes a red/earthy colored “amber” dial named suki-urushi. It is fitted with another development, the hand-wound type 9S63 showing the hours, minutes, little seconds and force reserve.
Quick facts: 39mm pink gold case – 30m water-obstruction – hand-wound 9S63 type with hours, minutes, little seconds and force save sign – crocodile leather tie – restricted release of 150 pieces – EUR 31,900. More data: www.seikowatches.com