Image by : David Arky
Timing is Everything
Of all the complications, the chronograph—which measures elapsed time—has given rise to some of the most iconic watches in history, including the Rolex Daytona and Omega Speedmaster. They’re always sporty and handsome, but make no mistake–they have faces that can stop time.
Clockwise from left: Omega Speedmaster “CK2998″ limited edition in stainless steel by Omega ($6,500); Datograph Perpetual in platinum by A. Lange & Söhne (price upon request); Overseas Chronograph in stainless steel by Vacheron Constantin ($19,900); Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona in stainless steel by Rolex ($12,400); Tiffany CT60 Chronograph in 18kt rose gold by Tiffany & Co. ($15,000); Royal Oak Chronograph in 18kt yellow gold by Audemars Piguet ($56,600); 2016 Monza Calibre 17 in titanium by TAG Heuer ($5,200).