Top Watch Picks For Father's Day

This year, WatchTime India celebrates fatherhood with our top five watches that will show your dad how much you love and appreciate him.

Whether it is celebrating fatherhood or paternal bonds, we have got something for everyone here. This Father's Day, if you are looking for the perfect watch that best personifies the immense love and respect you have for your father or any father-figure in your life, then you have come to the right spot.

Apart from planning something special for him today, we encourage you to make this day extra special by picking a timepiece (listed below) that will remind him of you every time he looks at his wrist.

TAG Heuer Monaco Titan Special Edition

For the 2021 edition of the Monaco Grand Prix, TAG Heuer announced the release of a brand new interpretation of the legendary Monaco timepieces – the Monaco Titan Special Edition. Offering a sporty and understated aesthetic, the new exclusive chronograph watch is limited to just 500 pieces worldwide. The watch comes in a striking new titanium material that has rarely been used in this collection (last was when the 2004 Monaco V4 was released). The Grade 5 titanium is exceptionally light and tough, making it the perfect timepiece to be worn on and off the racetrack. Adding to the monochromatic tone of the watch is the silver-coloured dial that offers legibility with contrasting sub-dials indexes and hands. The black sub dials, the bright red accent of the central hand, and the red index marker at 12 o' clock offers a conducive look to the watch.

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OMEGA Aqua Terra

OMEGA takes the Aqua Terra into new territory with new models featuring a Small Seconds subdial at 6 o' clock. This new look for the Aqua Terra is included in the 2021 collection that consists of ten 38mm models, two of which are luxury editions; as well as nine new 41mm models, including four luxury versions.

The 38mm sized watches belonging to the sportier category of the Aqua Terra collection are available in eight models. These watches are crafted out of stainless-steel or a blend of steel (pictured above) and 18K SednaTM gold. Perfectly matching the two case materials are the new dial colours in dark green, light green and extra white mother-of-pearl. Powered by OMEGA’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 8802, the latest 38mm models are available in matching bracelets or beautifully coloured leather straps.

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Chopard Mille Miglia 2021 Race Edition

The Chopard Mille Miglia 2021 Race Edition also called the gentleman driver's chronograph comes in two editions; a 1000 piece stainless-steel and a 250-piece stainless-steel and ethical 18K rose gold edition. Both the timepieces sit comfortable on the wrist with a 44mm case size with sturdy lugs. Sitting within the beautifully shaped case is the grey dial housing the famous 1000 Miglia 'Red Arrow' motif beside the semi-instantaneous date-display window at 3 o' clock with a date magnifier, the chronograph counters in white and grey and hands and hour-markers coated in Super-LumiNova® to further ensure the readability of both day and night-time indications. The combination of colours like grey, white and red represents a strong visual identity that a timepiece like this deserves.

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MB&F LM101

MB&F has launched three new LM101 editions featuring subtle technical and aesthetic modifications, which include new materials (for the first time a stainless-steel version) and dial colours. It is available in 18K white gold with purple dial plate, 18K 5N+ red gold with a royal blue dial plate and a stainless-steel version with a light blue dial. The timepiece goes further to enhance its main star – the signature “flying” balance wheel – sitting magnificently on the fine sunray-engraved dial. The sapphire crystal protecting the dial appears to be invisible, allowing the wearer an uninterrupted view of the dial.

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Zenith Chronomaster Revival A3817

As one of the most elusive and sought-after references of the El Primero timepieces, Zenith has decided to bring back the Chronomaster Revival A3817. This new version is crafted in the same aesthetic of the original 1971 timepiece with the tonneau-shaped case with pump-style pushers. Like its predecessor, the Chronomater Revival A3817 features a white lacquered dial with chronograph counters that is reminiscent of the tri-colour dial of the A386. The tones of blue and grey used for the chronograph counters on the dial with a running seconds counter at 9 o' clock is set wth blue markers and hand. The white dial is surrounded by an outer tachymeter scale that also serves as a pulsometer. The pyramid pattern seconds track also called the 'shark tooth' scale enhances the overall legibility of the dial.

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Which one is your favourite timepiece from the lot?

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