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Editor’s Picks of the Week – Zenith, Rolex and Jaeger-LeCoultre

Oliver Siegle
30.08.2017
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Oliver Siegle
30.08.2017

 

 

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.

If you want to buy one of the watches, simply click on the offer and place your order on Chrono24 today.

 

This week’s offers:

Daily Drivers: Great Watches for Under 5,000 Euros

Zenith El Primero Chronomaster

 

Do you want it all? A chronograph movement that’s so good, Rolex used it in the Daytona from 1988 till 2000? Check. A classic design with a perfect case size that’s wearable on a leather strap as well as a steel bracelet? Check. A full calendar display with day, date, month and moonphase? Check. A full set with box and papers? You got it.

If you’re looking for a great watch for almost every occasion, the Zenith El Primero Chronomaster could be the perfect choice for you.

 

Enthusiast’s Corner: Rare or Exceptional Timepieces

Rolex Milgauss Ref. 1019

 

If you prefer more unique watches that aren’t everybody’s favorites like the Daytona or the Submariner, this vintage Milgauss Ref. 1019 could be a grail piece in your collection.

The Milgauss was an important milestone in Rolex’s history. It once again proved their status as a producer of revolutionary tool watches. Nevertheless, it’s much more under the radar and rarer than the famous sports models. Without obvious Rolex design elements like the Cyclops lens, fluted bezel, or rotatable bezel, the Milgauss is a highly valuable vintage piece that will only be recognized by watch enthusiasts.

 

Iconic Timepieces: Great Value for Your Money

Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Ultra Thin Tribute to 1931

 

Some vintage re-editions are nicer than others. The Reverso 1931 is probably one of the greatest examples out there and a true collector’s piece. Even though it looks very simple, it’s a great overall package:

An elegant dress watch from one of the true traditional watch manufacturers and a timepiece that’s even rarer than some limited editions. Thanks to the thin movement combined with modern dimensions, it’s very wearable for most wrist sizes. You can only read “Reverso” on the dial instead of the brand name, as was the case on the original released more than 80 years ago.

The fact that it’s not produced anymore makes it even more interesting to enthusiasts and collectors.

Discover more watch selections:

Top 10 Watches under 6,000 Euro

Top 10 Pilot’s Watches

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