Top 5 All Black Watches

One of the stand out moments of the grand opening of Hublot’s new manufacturing building came when the brand’s Chairman, Jean-Claude Biver, claimed the success of the brand was down to a watch that does not tell the time. By that, he meant a watch that is difficult to read. Indeed, the all black watches at Hublot are always some of the most popular models, despite how uneligible some of them are. And why not? If you can afford them, you probably know the time already. All black watches are all the rage, and here are five of the best new examples, launched this year.

Big Bang Unico Italia Independent Black
1 Big Bang Unico Italia Independent Black

In collaboration with Italia Independent, Hublot presented the Big Bang Unico Italia Independent timepiece. The collaboration introduces several breakthroughs in design, not the least of which is the timepiece’s case, which features a brand-new material, Texalium, exclusive to Hublot alone.For more information, please follow this link...

Unique IWC Ingenieur Automatic Edition Tribute to Nico Rosberg
2 Unique IWC Ingenieur Automatic Edition Tribute to Nico Rosberg

For this year’s Only Watch charity auction, IWC is going dressed in black, thanks to a newly developed material called solid boron carbide. The Ingenieur Automatic Edition Tribute to Nico Rosberg has been selected as the lucky recipient of the new material, which is almost as hard as diamond and as light as aluminum. For more information, please follow this link...

Graff Graffstar Slim Eclipse
3 Graff Graffstar Slim Eclipse

The unlikeliest brand to unveil an all-black watch, Graff surprised us this year with the release of the Graffstar Slim Eclipse. Crafted in a 43mm titanium black DLC case, this ultra-thin timepiece is a stealthy addition to any collection. Its discrete lines let it pass as both an elegant dress watch and a fashionably modern watch. It is, according to the brand, the CEO’s new ‘daily watch.’

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe In Ceramic
4 Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe In Ceramic

First released in the late 1950s, the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms has become a regular sight these days, as the brand pays homage to the first mechanical watch made for diving. This year, Blancpain unveils an all-ceramic version of the Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe. Satin-brushed, this black dial looks gives this iconic model a modern edge to it. For more information, please follow this link...

Breitling Emergency II
5 Breitling Emergency II

While Breitling does not recommend going diving with the Emergency II, just about any other activity, however dangerous, is encouraged. Made for extreme situations the Breitling Emergency II is an actual life-safe. In the event of an emergency the antenna can be pulled out to send a signal to a low altitude satellite in space. The signal provides accurate and reliable distress data to the search and rescue agencies. After the rescue is completed the watch can be sent back to Breitling to be re-loaded and sent back to you free of charge.For more information, please follow this link...

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