Our Top 5 from the house of TAG Heuer.
Here are our top picks from Grand Seiko's current collection.
The new Tourbillon based Carerra chronograph is refined, technically capable and still quite affordable.
Sorry Zenith, but my wrist is far to big for the “only”40 mm.
But this amazing timepiece is featuring a version of the El Primero movement, named the Calibre 4650B.
This 36,000vph movement is really smooth.
The dial and case does captures that classic Zenith look.
Water resistant to 100m, Sapphire Crystals front and back.
Pricing for the Espada starts at €5000 ($6525 USD) and will range as high as €22,400 ($29,200 USD) for the all gold version.
If you are looking for a real masterpiece and have the money to spend, then Zenith Espada is a excellent choice.
If I only had a smaller wrist, then I would do everything to get one of this.
Jovan on Watchgeek