5 Most Expensive Watches of the World

Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon ($1.49 million)


Patek Philippe Sky was sold worth $1.49 million USD in Hong Kong on April 10, 2008. It is consider as one of the most complicated watch ever produced by any company around the world. Its movement consists of 686 parts, some of which are microscopically small. Petek Philippe & Co produced two watches each year- one in platinum and other comes in red rose gold. Gold case comes with a diameter of 43mm and a thickness of 16.2mm. The watch also hold 33 hidden features including a thermometer, time of sunrise, equation of time, the date of Easter, sidereal time.

Vacheron Constantin Tour de l’Ile ($1.4 million)


Tour de l’Ile is producted by a Vacheron Constantin; which was founded by Jean-Marc Vacheron in 1755. Researchers spent over 10,000 hrs to research and develop world’s 2nd most expensive watch. The watch includes 834 parts and 16 horological complications

Hublot Black Caviar Bang Watch ($1 million)


World 3rd most expensive watch and only of its type is made of white gold and black caviar and diamond. Researchers and developers spent over 2,000 hrs to bring this masterpiece on the scene. An estimated 544 pieces of rarer black diamonds are used with 18 k white gold.

Louis Moinet Magistralis ($868,000)


Louis Moinet is the world’s first and only brand to create a watch featuring an authentic piece of the moon. It beats at 18,000 vibrations per hour and features a (double-bladed) self-compensating balance and a flame-blued Breguet balance spring. The perpetual calendar function displays the day, date and month over four years. Its unique feature is its small size, as the perpetual date mechanisms of the period were usually much larger.

Blancpain 1735, Grande Complication watch ($800,000)


World’s fifth most expensive watch was made by Blancpain, a Swiss watch manufacturing company that was founded by Jehan-Jaques in 1735. The watch also displays day of the week, date, month, and leap year. With its 740 individual hand finished components, the 1735 remains the world’s most complicated automatic wristwatch produced in a series.



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5 Responses

  1. Ghost says:

    i wish i could buy anyone of them..

  2. Shaiff says:

    All watches are so beautiful and if i was a billionaire, I would love to buy Blancpain 1735, Grande Complication watc

  3. Karin says:

    What can i say about these watches….. i never wear one, i couldn’t buy any of them…… and if i wanted a watch i’d buy one for women.

  4. lelo says:

    w0o0o0o0o0w s0o0o0o0o0o c0o0o0o0o0o0o0ol ^_^ by one of them i can be millionaire :P

  5. Daniel Caleb says:

    Beautiful watches but why Rolex is not in this list, i guess it is considered the most expensive brand when it comes to watches.

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