“This watch is suitable for any occasion” is a tactical statement that we don’t actually believe in here at CHRONEXT. A man of taste will acquire the correct timepiece that fits to the occasion. However, one also needs a timepiece to go about their daily business. A go-to watch for that meeting, or wrist companion for that day off when you just want to relax. A timepiece which simultaneously caters to your adventurous side that’s been wanting to delve into deep-sea diving or mountain climbing. This is exactly where the versatility of a sports watch comes into play. From the TAG Heuer Aquaracer to the Rolex Submariner, we present to you our lineup of the best sports watches of 2018. But that’s not all - can you guess which sports watch is the best newcomer of 2018?
1. Rolex Submariner
Easily one of the world's most recognised timepieces and built to serve a lifetime - this archetype of the diver’s watch is iconic. Since its original launch is 1953, the Submariner has remained true to it’s design with only subtle changes. This watch has adorned the wrists of divers, adventurers, world leaders and businessmen - so what’s stopping you from it adorning yours?
2. TAG Heuer Formula 1
Whether you have a high speed life on or off the racetrack, the Formula 1 is a model for champions. Robust enough to withstand high pressure conditions, but comfortable and classy for the everyday hustle and bustle of life. What more could you want?
3. Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional
A timepiece that doesn’t require much of an introduction - the moonwatch defied and went beyond all limits as it accompanied Buzz Aldrin on the first manned lunar landing. Originally a sport and racing watch that made its way to space exploration, there is no denying the versatility of the moonwatch. With it’s striking black dial and tachymeter scale, this chronograph is not a watch that’s meant to blend in. If you want to stand out whilst also carrying history with you on your wrist, then this Speedmaster may just be the one for you.
4. Omega Seamaster Diver 300M
Best known for its connection with our favourite secret agent, the Seamaster Diver 300M is one of the top models from Omega and a true underwater icon. Water resistance of up to 300M (of course) and with a strong visual identity, this is truly one of the finest timepieces that horology has to offer. And if it’s good enough for James Bond, it’s definitely good enough for us.
5. Rolex GMT Master II
Whether you plan on going globetrotting, about to make a presentation to the CEO, or heck, even if you are the CEO - the GMT Master II is a product of genius combined with finesse that will dress up any wrist with class and elegance. Originally intended for pilot’s, this watch has become a true icon which will no doubt remain timeless. If you’re looking for a watch to skydive over different time zones with, then we believe the search is over.
6. TAG Heuer Aquaracer
Inspired by the deep beyond of the aquatic world, the TAG Heuer Aquaracer constantly pushes boundaries by sending it’s watches down from 100M to 1000M. This timepiece is perfect for those thrill seekers and rebels not willing to settle for the status quo.
7. Rolex Cosmograph Daytona
A true icon - the Daytona was first introduced in 1963 for professional racing drivers. For those with a need for speed, this timepiece allows you to immaculately measure average speeds up to 400 miles per hour. Worn by legends such as Paul Newman, the Daytona has become the epitome of class. With the timepiece seldom losing value, there really is nothing that can go wrong with choosing the Cosmograph Daytona as your watch companion.
8. Rolex Explorer II
Providing you with decades of adventure, the Explorer II has been the watch of choice for many jungle explorers, volcanologists and thrill seekers in extreme conditions. So whether you plan on climbing in jungles or up the career ladder (although we recommend both), a Rolex Explorer II is the perfect comrade.
9. Breitling Superocean II 42
Fusing the ultimate sporty look with impeccable performance. Available with a black or blue dial with a water resistance of up to 1650 ft, the Superocean II 42 is an inveterate diver’s model that will add flair to any wrist.
10. Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea
Originally launched in 1967, the Rolex Sea-Dweller has been designed for the most extreme water adventures. With it’s helium escape valve and a waterproof screw-down crown, it can take pressures up to 4000 ft. They didn’t call it a “diver’s dream come true” for no reason. And it looks pretty cool too.
Best Newcomer of 2018: TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 16
TAG Heuer graced us with 2 new versions of the Carrera in this year’s Baselworld as they celebrated 55 years of the collection. Staying true to its roots as a racing watch, the Carrera combines both accurate timekeeping and a vintage sporty look making them the ideal automobile chronographs.
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