4 Most Iconic Chronographs of the Last Decade
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4 Most Iconic Chronographs of the Last Decade

If you ignore the date feature in watches, Chronographs are probably the most popular and most useful types of watches out there. There are so many of them available out there that sometimes when you are looking to buy one, it can be hard to decide. Brands are constantly working on their chronograph watches and are always introducing new designs every day to cater to all kinds of consumers. The chronograph watches also have a lot of excellent features which a lot of people don’t even use. That is why chronographs watches are more common among sportspeople as it provides them with several useful features like time and speed measurements. So, from Rolex’s day date models to Omega’s chronograph range, let’s have a look at the top chronograph watches of the last decade.

Aquatimer Chronograph Edition
This watch may have a long name, but that is not all that it is popular for. Aquatimer chronograph edition is an amazing watch. The most prominent feature of the watch that attracts the people is its stainless steel case body with a high-quality rubber coating. It is a pressure-resistant watch and can survive up to 12 bar. Another attractive feature is its luminous elements on the dial that gives it a unique style. On the back of the watch, you can find a special edition engraving as well.

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona
When you are talking about chronograph watches, one name is bound to come up, and that is Rolex. As far as great watches go, Rolex has given us several amazing chronograph watches over the years. The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona is among the finest chronograph watches available out there and is designed for men who love driving. The watch originally debuted in 1963, but it has been recreated and is now equipped with even better features. Rolex Cosmograph Daytona is scratch resistant and is self-winding as well. If you are looking for more of Rolex, you can check their day date models as well.

Breitling Navitimer World
If you are looking for both style and functionality, then Breitling Navitimer World Chronograph is the watch for you. This watch is available in steel and rose gold and is designed specifically for international travelers. This watch makes it easier for travelers to find out the exact time in another major city as it is engraved on the watch. Also with Its extra hand, you can keep track of the time in another location. It’s a perfect chronograph watch for people who constantly fly around different time zones.

Mikrotimer Flying 1000 by Tag Heuer
Another great chronograph watch of the last decade is Mikrotimer Flying 1000 by Tag Heuer. It is one of the most popular and top watches by Tag Heuer and is a true definition of luxury watches. The watch is created with a remarkable idea, and it can retain 1/1000th of accuracy. The watch has a black titanium body with the silver titanium horns. It may be on the expensive side, but it is totally worth it.

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