If you’re looking for a unique or interesting watch where the internal works are visible; you’re looking for a skeleton watch. These reveal the moving parts and movements, making them perfect for collectors or fashion accessories. Here are four examples that you may be able to live without, but if you’ve got the money, why would you want to?
Bulova 96A119 BVA Series Dual Aperture Dial Watch
The Bulova is a self winding watch that features a clear exhibition caseback and many details including roman numerals.
Hamilton Mens Jazzmaster Open Heart Watch
The stainless steel case, silver cut-out dial with gold tone hands, and classic good looks make this Hamilton watch a winner.
Oris TT1 Skeleton Engine Stainless Steel Automatic Men’s Watch
The stainless steel case and bracelet and scratch resistant sapphire crystal makes this Oris watch a timepiece worth owning.
Maurice Lacroix MP7138-SS001030 Masterpiece Squelette Skeleton Men’s Watch
Any man that knows watches would know a Maurice Lacroix is more than just a watch.