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Skeleton Wristwatches

Skeleton wristwatches are a great delight to anyone who has to know the intricacies of how things work. With all or some of the front of the dial transparent, you not only see the turn of the watch hands around the watch face, you can study and visually explore the mechanics and movement of minute cogs and gears behind the scenes. Mechanical watches offer a fascinating insight into the intricate work and artisanship that goes into the workings of a watch. They literally are a piece of wearable art to admire and appreciate. Watchmaking brands across the board produce skeleton designs in men’s, women’s and unisex styles for every day, sportswear, and dress watch or luxury use.

Luxury Brands of Skeleton Wristwatches

For lovers of style, quality and luxury, top brands manufacturing skeleton watch designs include European based brands such as Hublot, Piaget and Hautlence. Swiss manufacturer Hublot, in their own words, fuses tradition with innovation. An approach confirmed by their partnerships with the likes of Ferrari and a watch to match the outline of that car or their colourful Pop Art styles. Hautlence, a newer but extremely popular company on the market, offer truly unique bold and modern contemporary shapes and designs. In luxury skeleton watches you will find precision to the nth degree, hand engraving, and the finest quality materials and components.

Other Makers of Skeleton Wristwatches

At the economical end of the scale, from low cost to mid-range, there is a plethora of watchmaking brands manufacturing mechanical wristwatches in a number of styles. These offer obvious practicality and the aesthetic appeal as a dynamic fashion accessory. For steampunk fans, the choice of watches with visible mechanics in action is like being a kid in a toyshop! Accessories include faux or genuine leather straps, stainless steel bracelets or bands. Water resistant skeleton watches include the Invicta Russian Diver, water resistant if you’re going to be up to 330 feet deep, or the Stuhrling Executive, which will allow you up to 165 feet deep, perfect for the reefs.

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