Here are the best watches we've found this month
Some of the best timepieces across a range of budgets you need to check out now
Panerai is offering not just a watch, but an invitation into another world. Part of that world is digital, with each buyer presented with a unique NFT artwork that unveils itself over time. And part is in the real world, with each of the 50 buyers invited on a luxury trip along the Amalfi Coast onboard Panerai’s restored Thirties yacht, Eilean. The watch, a limited edition of the classic Radiomir design, contains bronze accents salvaged during the boat’s restoration. Brown leather strap, engraved bronze caseback and 45mm stainless steel case. Hand wound mechanical movement with three-day power reserve. Water resistant to 100m.
£35,000; panerai.comAdvertisement - Page continues below
Every Breitling now comes with its own NFT, a proof of ownership that gives access to other services like Breitling’s platform for selling or trading in pre-owned watches. The Chronomat Automatic GMT 40 has dual-time display, automatic movement in a 40mm steel case and is water resistant to 200m.
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The Calibre E4 – Porsche Edition is inspired by the all-electric Taycan. Has all the usual smart fitness features, plus the ability to monitor your Porsche’s vital stats and a ‘viewer’ feature allowing you to display NFT artworks. Water resistant to 50m, with a 45mm black titanium case.
£2,300; tagheuer.comAdvertisement - Page continues below
Bulova has long been at the cutting edge, making the first electronic watch in the Sixties. This collaboration with the digital brand D-Cave comes with an NFT that gives buyers a metaverse-ready version of the watch. With LED digital display, visible circuit board and 40x31mm steel case. Splash resistant.