New York City (NY); Watchtime.com, the website of America’s best-selling watch magazine, WatchTime, presents seven of the world’s most expensive luxury watches over $1 million:
This unique list of amazing timepieces includes:
Vacheron Constantin Tour de I’Ile, a limited edition watch of only seven pieces, which celebrated the brand’s 250th anniversary. It has two faces to make room for its many displays, including a second time zone, perpetual calendar, and sunset time indicator.
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Hybris Mechanica à Grande Sonnerie consists of 1,300 parts which makes it capable of playing the entire Big Ben chiming sequence. It was released as part of the Hybris Mechanica 55 trilogy, a trio of watches that comprised 55 complications altogether.
Greubel Forsey’s Art Piece 1 has one particular standout feature: the nanosculpture by artist Willard Wigan in the crown. The Art Piece 1 also has an inclined tourbillon.
A. Lange & Soehne’s Grand Complication features a grand sonnerie and petit sonnerie in addition to a minute repeater, a monopusher chronograph with a split-seconds function and jumping seconds, and a perpetual calendar with a moon-phase display.
The Roger Dubuis Excalibur Quatuor has a case made entirely of silicon (according to the brand, the first such watch of its kind), a material with half the weight of titanium and four times the hardness.
The full list with photos and prices can be found here:
WatchTime is America’s no. 1 watch magazine and one of the best-selling watch magazines worldwide. More than 500,000 visitors read watchtime.com’s content every month, making it one of the world’s largest watch websites. Watchtime.com has more social media fans and followers than all its competitors combined. It also sells more copies on U.S. newsstands than all competitors combined. It is one of the world’s only watch magazines with dedicated digital editions for every major tablet platform. WatchTime also hosts America’s most popular watch-collector event series, ‘Inside Basel.Geneva.’ Launched in 1999 and based in New York City, WatchTime is a subsidiary of Germany’s Ebner Group, one of Europe’s largest family-owned special-interest media companies. Ebner has been operating continuously for 200 years as a privately held company and today publishes more than 80 magazines as well as two dozen websites. WatchTime and its sister magazines are available in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.Together they form the world’s leading watch magazine family. WatchTime’s outstanding journalism and its high digital growth rate have been honored with several prestigious awards and nominations.
Mr. Stephen Brown
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