The authors of the Chrono24 Magazine hand-pick the best watch offers on Chrono24 – from affordable daily drivers to famous watch icons and exceptional collector’s pieces.
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This week’s offers:
Great Watches Under $5,000
Sevenfriday Bully Automatic P3-03
The success of SevenFriday is one of the most intriguing stories to emerge from the watch industry in recent years. This independent Swiss company first appeared in the early 2010s and has since managed to become one of the most important brands in their price segment. Some of this success can be attributed to the very distinct look of SevenFriday timepieces and their remarkably affordable prices. SevenFriday watches look like a million bucks, but they won’t break the bank. However, that doesn’t mean they skimp on quality. The timepieces wear great, look cool, and get the job done. If you’re looking for a statement timepiece, SevenFriday is a good place to start.
Enthusiast’s Corner: Rare and Exceptional Timepieces
Meistersinger rarely gets the attention it deserves. Most watch fans will know this company for their single-hand watches that are accurate to within 5 minutes. Meistersinger has carved out their own niche of the market with these timepieces. However, that doesn’t mean they’re resting on their laurels. They produce a number of complicated watches, including chronographs, moon phase watches, and timepieces with multiple time zones – and they don’t stop there. The Meistersinger Circularis is evidence of this brand’s ongoing evolution. What this timepiece lacks in complications, it makes up for in something missing on many watches: a long power reserve. The Meistersinger Circularis’ manual caliber boasts a 120-hour power reserve. That’s 5 full days! The stainless steel watch features a clean design and date display. The result is simply beautiful, and it stands out, as Meistersingers are a rare sight in the wild.
Iconic Timepieces: Great Value for Money
MB&F Horological Machine 2
MB&F is a fairly young independent brand that definitely falls into the realm of haute horlogerie. They often give their watches sophisticated names, and this watch is no different. Some may find the name “Horological Machine 2” a bit snobbish, but I think it’s rather fitting. This isn’t your average watch; MB&F has put an entirely new spin on how to tell the time. Max Büsser founded the brand, Max Büsser and Friends, in 2005. An industry veteran who had previously held high positions at Jaeger-LeCoultre and Harry Winston, Büsser has had a clear vision in mind from day one. The MB&F team takes that vision and creates objects that are not only functional, but also pleasing to the eye, technologically advanced, and entirely unrivaled in the industry. Released in 2008, the Horological Machine 2 is relatively tame by MB&F standards. Even so, it remains one of their most iconic designs to date.