Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 29 July 2014

The world's 50 Best Watches 2010: from Casio to Rolex

50 best watches
Zadig and Voltaire
It is still relatively unknown in the UK but the edgy French label Zadig and Voltaire is rapidly expanding, gaining cult status in rock'n'roll circles. A new store has just opened in north London and two more are due inNovember. They have created a hip collection of chunky, metal watches. Choose from elegant, fallen-angel designs to sinister skull and cross-bone numbers.
Zadig and Voltaire (020-75868633) - £140-£195
IWC
Practically, this Aquatimer split timer is a watch for divers. It is designed to deal with difficult conditions and benefits from a self-winding feature, timer and dual-function button, along with numerous other features that techno-lovers will enjoy.
IWC (www.iwc.com) - £2,700

From the classics to the cheap and cheerful, Eliisa Markin clocks the finest timepieces for men, women and children.

>> Click on the image to the right to see the 50 best watches.

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