Can You Identify Famous Watches By Their Cases?
Can you identify well-known watches just by their components? We’ve illustrated the cases of five famous watches. Tachymeter scales, slide-rule bezels, and shaped cases can play a prominent role in the design of a watch. Test your watch knowledge and name the watch before clicking through to the next slide showing the watch it belongs to.
This distinctive bezel ...
... belongs to the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona.
The shape of this bezel is distinctive for ...
... Audemars Piguet's Royal Oak watches, including this Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar.
This bezel is typical for ...
... the Breitling Navitimer, here with rattrapante function.
The shape of this case is a hallmark of...
... Patek Philippe's famous Nautilus watch, here with perpetual calendar.
... belongs to Omega's Speedmaster Moonwatch. Shown here: the Dark Side of the Moon Apollo 8 model.