There’s a lot of appetite in the market for watches with a colorful dial, especially in the summer.
Manufacturers want in on the action and that gives customers a lot of options.
In no particular order, let’s have a look at the top 5 hottest watches out there right now.
5. Rolex Oyster Perpetual ‘Tiffany’
Let’s start with a bang- the Rolex Oyster Perpetual with the light blue dial.
Or ‘Tiffany’ blue, as everyone calls it.
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Despite the $5,500 price tag, this is actually one of the least expensive timepieces on the list.
Of course that’s just in theory, because everyone knows Rolex watches are hard to find as demand often outpaces supply.
Having said that, it has to be on the list just because the dial is so iconic.
4. Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra
Omega decided to piggyback on the colorful dial trend with the five new watches for the Seamaster Aqua Terra series.
Honestly, it was a good move because all five watches look great.
But if we had to pick one, it’d have to be the red dial model.
The rich, deep red dial offsets the understated elegance of the 38mm stainless steel case + bracelet combo.
And the price? Around $5,600.
3. H Moser Endeavour
You can’t make this list without mentioning the H. Moser Endeavour.
The dial on this particular piece is so beautiful it is actually difficult to describe.
Is that forest green? Basil green? Lime green?
And the texture is amazing.
It looks three-dimensional, like the dial is made of grass or moss.
The bad news? It’s expensive, priced at $27,600.
2. Glashütte Seventies Chronograph
German watchmaker Glashütte made not one but two cool chronographs with pastel dials.
They look like they came straight from the 70s.
In fact, the company literally calls them ‘Seventies Chronographs’.
The pink one is the one we’d go for.
Limited to 100 pieces, it costs $13,700 on a rubber strap and $14,900 on a steel bracelet.
1. Doxa Sub 300
Full disclosure: this is the cheapest watch here and some might argue that Doxa isn’t even a luxury brand.
But it still deserves a spot on the list because the company pioneered colorful dials decades ago.
The orange dial is definitely the most popular.
Originally designed as a diver’s watch, the Doxa Sub 300 has a cult-like following.
Collectors love it and it’s easy to see why.
It’s relatively affordable too, priced at $2,450.