Watch Insider’s Top Ladies’ Watches: Are These the Best Ladies’ Watches of the Year?


Many luxury brands, even those known more for their men’s watches, released interesting top new ladies’ watch collections, female watches and best ladies’ watches in the recent months. Here, from my blog Watch-Insider.com, are my personal choices for the best watches for women, most beautiful ladies’ timepieces, top ladies’ watches and best ladies’ watches presented recently.

A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Automatic

This is what I would call an understated luxury object in terms of best female watches and top watches for women. With its 37 mm diameter and the elegant gem setting on the bezel, the Saxonia Automatic looks just great. The lady wearing it will probably also enjoy the stunningly beautiful automatic in-house Caliber L086.1.

A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Automatic
A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Automatic

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe

To celebrate the first 60 years of the Fifty Fathoms, Blancpain also presented this version of the new Bathyscaphe in white. This is, in my opinion, one of the coolest sport and divers’ watches for ladies introduced this year, and it’s equipped with an in-house automatic caliber, which makes for an elegant and sophisticated female watch as well as a candidate of best watches for women.

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe
Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe

Breguet Héritage Phase de Lune

The latest masterpiece from Breguet dedicated to women, and a top ladies’ watch that I find fascinating, it combines the traditional values of a Breguet with a very dynamic, contemporary look. And of course, the Héritage Phase de Lune is equipped with an in-house automatic caliber. Truly a great women watch. What is your opinion? Do you own a Breguet ladies’ watch?

Breguet Héritage Phase de Lune
Breguet Héritage Phase de Lune

Bulgari – Bulgari Bulgari

Even though Bulgari is marketing this piece as a men’s watch, and may not appreciate my listing it here, I believe it will also appeal greatly to women. The Bulgari Bulgari is also notable in that it contains this brand’s first in-house automatic movement. What do you think about Bulgari? Are there other top ladies’ watches from Bulgari that you would recommend?

Bulgari – Bulgari Bulgari
Bulgari – Bulgari Bulgari
33 Responses to “Watch Insider’s Top Ladies’ Watches: Are These the Best Ladies’ Watches of the Year?”

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  1. Jurry de Vries

    I love number 2 the Blancpain and just bought one for my wife

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  2. Thanks for finally writing about >Watch Insiders Top Ladies Watches:
    Are These the Best Ladies Watches of the Year? › WatchTime – USA’s No.1
    Watch Magazine <Loved it! Charla

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  3. Hala Watch

    Really a nice and attractive article and i must refer to all my friends to buy this watch having awesome features and innovative designing.

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  4. A very good collection of watches have been shared in this blog. I really loved it. I would love to have this Omega watch looking very attractive however I have been a great fan of Rolex watches so far.

    Thank you for sharing such a nice blog.

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  5. The A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Automatic is a lovely watch but surely there must be some “best watches” for women—meaning ones that look good, give accurate time keeping and last the whole of your life—for less than NZ$44,544? There MUST be watches in the NZ500-1,000 price range that qualify! I’m afraid I wear a Pulsar 1987 digital quartz (big square thing for men). I inherited it. Well, my husband did.

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  6. Choosing the most suitable watches for any occasion is a good idea in the present time. A watch can tell lots of things about a person and make a great statement on the character, fashion knowledge, work status. Men prefer a watch for usefulness and to make an impression.

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  7. Rene Frank

    Dear Alexander

    I would love to discuss this topic with you

    Please send me an email on rene@voicesclub.com as we would like to discuss a new initiative with you.

    we have done a very comprehensive female survey on the topic of choices

    Thanks

    Rene

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  8. Cool, finally SOME watches without all the bling and a decent size so that those people who are long sighted do not need reading glasses to see the time! Quartz watches which take up a majority of the women’s market are an absolute insult given their rediculous prices for a quartz movement.
    I wear Tag Monaco as my dress watch due to its leather strap and unique design.
    I wear Rolex Explorer mens 36mm as daily wear, just got in before they upgraded the size of the watch, which has been met with criticism for varying reasons.
    No Franck Muller?! I am very surprised by that…

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  9. Patrick Tacq

    Yes dear Alexander, in my eyes the most amazing womens’watch today is the Jaeger Lecoultre Ivy Minute Repeater. Not only is it a feast to the eyes, it is also an horological masterpiece, with a magnificent sounding minute repeater, a complication rarely produced for women.

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  10. Surprised not to see any Cartier like the Cartier Crash? Nice to see the Panerai and the A Lange. No Patek was worthy?

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    • Crash is on page 2!! Different yes, attractive – not to me or my wife but each to their own

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  11. I always believed that Vacheron was the best. Indeed some 10 years ago I bought for my wife the asymmetrical yellow gold hand-wound but last week Vacheron Greece asked me 1.500 € !!!!!!!! to change the hair spring. Their justification was that, as per Vacheron’s new policy they have to send the watch in their factory in Switzerland to be repaired.!!! Great watches but ridiculous service. So hands down to all companies that don’t respect the money we pay them.

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  12. Alyssa lemuda

    Genuine collection for ladies you have,all the watches are very Impactful but I think Cartier Crash is the best that’s my opinion so i also give this to my wife
    I really like royal blue in watches Bulgari type.so nice posting by the author.

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  13. Alister Yoong

    What about Bedat’&Co …they are the only brand that is focus on creating and designing ladies watches….Swiss quality …it’s definitely appreciated by women collectors of luxury and quality……that’s why I am surprise they are not mentioned ?

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  14. lorraine

    The watches ive had have been fossil & storm watches & all had that beautiful bright royal blue faces, having looked at alot of watches , ive only found that breil seem to still do lovely colours, i’m one of these people that likes a colour to stick out & to be different. Lori

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  15. Zenith heritage ultra thin moon phase. Zenith needs more respect.

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  16. mohamed shartouh

    Yes….. where is the Patek Philippe ladies quartz or Automatic Caletrava Models 7119, 7121 and 7134 .

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  17. Fabio Anderaos

    It is an amazing collection! It is very difficult to choose, but my preference is for the JLC Grand Reverso Duoface, VC Patrimony Lady and Glashütte Original Pavonina.

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  18. I think you missed Patek Calatrava model 7119. Although many if your picks are very beautiful Calatrava definitely deserves its place on the list

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  19. Sadia Ahmed

    Fabulous collection. Fifth one is really awesome. So beautiful ladies watches collection.

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  20. Have a look at Raymond Weil Freelancer Lady Sunshine watch. Although looks are entirely a matter of personal judgement, I believe it is more beautiful than any of the listed watches here…

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  21. Top of the range like Patek’s 2013 new model 7121 and 7134 are not on your list!

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  22. Good collection, i’d include at least two watches from Jaquet Droz, certainly rose gold from “The Lady 8” collection and the white one from Petite Heure Minute Relief season.

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  23. What about the Patek in rose gold with breguet style numerals on caramel leather strap?

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  24. Most of the ladies watches were very nice,but quartz movements don’t belong In fine watches In my view. Why didn’t you put a Patek In your collection of women’s watches?

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