Just in Time for Father’s Day
Forget the novelty socks and tie combo, this year isn’t it about time you really spoiled good old Dad? One way of showing Dad just how much you care this Father’s Day is with a smart new timepiece such as Omega Watches. Father’s Day couldn’t come at a better time following on from the latest watchmaking debuts at this year’s Baselworld show. So if Dad has been hinting for a luxurious new timepiece this June 16th, here are our top picks of the latest watches that will help you score some brownie points with Dad this Father’s Day.
Omega Speedmaster ‘57If your Dad is an avid watch collector, it is likely he will be no stranger to the historical Speedmaster watch. Launched in 1957, the original Omega Speedmaster has been celebrated with the arrival of the Speedmaster ’57 – paying homage to the Speedmaster watch’s strong association with Lunar space missions but completely equipped with new innovations to make it a truly distinctive watch for any watch enthusiast.
TAG Heuer Carrera MikropendulumSFor Dad’s who like their timepiece to be equipped with a little extra technical precision, look no further than the Tag watches at DMR, I fine example would be the TAG Heuer Carrera MikropendulumS. Launched at Baselworld 2013, the MikropendulumS offers leading accuracy and is the first ever magnetic double tourbillon – ideal for watch enthusiasts who always favour the latest innovations.
Patek Philippe Nautilus 5980Patek Philippe’s Nautilus has long been available in rose gold with a complementing leather strap, but at Baselworld the Swiss luxury watch manufacturer upped the ante by showcasing the Nautilus 5980 with a solid rose gold bracelet – this elegant timepiece is sure to be on every Dad’s wish list.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph DaytonaWhether Dad’s a fan of motor racing or simply loves a historic timepiece, he is sure to love the new Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona. Like the Omega Speedmaster ’57, the new Cosmograph Daytona is also a celebration watch, marking 50 years since the first Daytona was unveiled by Rolex – a watch that was named after the legendary Daytona race track and has had a long-standing association with the world of motor racing.