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5 Luxury Watches That Wont Break The Bank

Think luxury is only for the mega-rich? Think again.

Cartier Tank Must Collection

The Cartier Tank was created by Louis Cartier all the way back in 1917 and has seen many iterations and variations over time. If you are looking for something utterly classic that really won't break the bank, then this is one of your safest bets. In a steel finish with your choice of leather strap, the Cartier Tank comes in at just $4,750 with a lifetime guarantee. 

Montblanc Tradition

According to Montblanc's website, the Montblanc Tradition, " boasts both a characteristic Montblanc design expression as well as classic watchmaking codes. The Montblanc Tradition Automatic Date comes in a 32 mm stainless steel case with straight horns and a double-shaped bezel. The timepiece features a blue dial with rhodium-coated Roman numerals in relief and white indexes. The traditional railway minuterie and the classic leaf-shaped and baton-shaped hands complete this elegant appearance." Clean and classic, this beauty comes in at just over $2,000.

Tag Heuer Aqua Racer Solargraph

At somewhere in the mid $3,000's, this Tag is more than just a pretty face. It's designed for even the roughest off-roading with robust stainless steel and solargraph movement - if you are looking for a watch that does it all - here you go.

Longines Conquest

If there is one thing I like in life it's variety and that is where this model really stands out. With four variations in terms of face colour - this steel beauty has been a favourite of the brand since 1954 and price-wise, sits at around $2500.

The Tudor Black Bay

Do you know why Tudor watches look so like the Rolex? Well, it's because Tudor is the sister brand to Rolex! In terms of mechanisms they are pretty similar which is why you are getting such a good deal with Tudor. 


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