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The days of bland white dials, subtle greys, and radiant blacks are long gone. Even shades of blue seem a bit passé for now. Instead, as your timepiece has gradually evolved into a statement piece, more and more people are opting for watch dials that are far beyond the repetitive, mundane look.
This change in attitude hasn't gone unnoticed by the luxury watch brands. That's where Green Dial Watches come into play. From Panerai to Bvlgari watches for men and women, watch brands are giving customers an array of Green Dial Watches to pick from. So let's take a deeper dive into the glamorous world of the best green dial watches.
The Panerai 1950 Chrono Monopulsante 8 Days GMT Titanio
Panerai has been synonymous with luxury ever since the company's inception. Its gorgeous masterpieces have graced the silver screen, with multiple features in Hollywood films since the 1990s.
Innovative yet traditional, the 1950 Chrono Monopulsante 8 days GMT Titano doesn't just carry the Panerai heritage forward; it elevates it. The watch is easily distinguishable with its sophisticated mechanical movement housed in the traditional Luminor 1950 case, 44 mm in diameter. Furthermore, its avant-garde technical characteristics, coupled with reliability and water resistance, make the watch stand out among the current range of sports chronographs.
The P.2004 movement is the first chronograph caliber designed by Officine Panerai in its own Neuchatel while incorporating important details and innovations. Some of these include manual winding with a power reserve of eight days and a linear indication of the power reserve. To top it off, it even features a single-button chronograph with a column wheel and friction clutch. To name a few.
A closer look
Elegant, Sophisticated, and so stylish, the 1950 Chrono Monopulsante is everything you'd expect from a classic Panerai. Visible through a stunning transparent back in sapphire crystal, the movement consists of 321 components. Yet, it also reveals some of its originality with large brushed-finish bridges, chamfered and polished angles, and screws mirror-polished to perfection. Its stand-out features, however, are concealed within it.
Harnessing the power of its three superimposed spring barrels, the 1950 Chrono Monopulsante generates constant force to keep time accurate while maintaining its additional functions. What's more? The indication of power reserve remaining is on display in the indicator, which moves horizontally across a little window situated above the 6 o'clock position and calibrated from 0 to 8. The 1950 Chrono Monopulsante is without a doubt one of the most OK Luxury green dials watches money can buy
Bvlgari Serpenti Watch
Inspired by the sleek body type of a snake, the Bvlgari Serpenti has been widely popular since its debut in 1940. At first glance, the graceful design hugs the wrist and looks like a piece of jewelry. However, it often blurs the line between a watch and Jewellery.
The color green is not only on the dial; the leather strap boasts an exquisite snake-like pattern, giving the Serpenti its signature look.
Bvlgari offers the collection in stainless steel, different shades of gold, or state-of-the-art ceramic. In addition, the high jewelry editions are encrusted with innumerable precious gemstones, such as diamonds, emeralds, amethysts, and malachite.
Here's why should you own a Bvlgari Serpent:
It features a unique snake-inspired design.
It developed a cult following since 1940
Stainless steel, gold, and two-tone models
High jewelry models – more Jewellery than watch
Precise Swiss quartz movements
Having one of these wrapped around your wrist will surely make your heads turn wherever you go. This indeed is one of the finest green dial watches out there.
H. Moser & Cie. Endeavour Centre Seconds Concept Cosmic Green
Probably the prettiest looking watch on this list and any list the .H. Moser & Cie is featured on. The brand has a habit of developing the cleanest watches on the market with the most handsome profiles. But with this piece of art, they've outdone themselves. A collection so exclusive, they made only 50 of them. But boy, oh boy, what an immaculate collection it is.
You won't spot a logo, nor will you find any indices and numerals. Just an expanse of vivid green.
As the name implies, the model includes a flying tourbillon, with one rotation per minute. The watch features a modular tourbillon since it is assembled and controlled independently of the watch's movement. This, in turn, makes maintenance easy.
A Closer look
The watch boasts an impressive seven days of power reserve in two barrels when fully wound. It also features a hacking seconds function with a balance frequency of 18,000 vph. On the technical side, the watch features an interchangeable Moser escapement wheel made of gold, a specialized Moser tooth on the wheels, and the original Straumann hairspring with a stabilized Breguet overcoil.
An automatic caliber HMC 804, running at 21,600 vibrations an hour
Excellent power reserve of three days (72 hours).
Equipped with main time features, namely, the hours and the minutes.
MB&F Legacy Machine
Initially launched in 2014, the legacy machine 101 series focus on the essentials of a mechanical wristwatch. Seven years later, the series evolved with three new editions: white gold with a purple dial, red gold with a dark blue dial, and stainless steel with a light blue dial.
With a combination of fine-finished movement and a round case- the Legacy Machine is the epitome of classical excellence and traditional watchmaking while retaining its authentic three-dimensional MB&F Machine.
The new editions primarily focus on the essentials of watchmaking: the previous larger bezel and "legacy machine" engraving on the dial withdraw to highlight the time and power reserve, indicated on a few more significant subdials. At the same time, the flying balance wheel inherits an amazing double hairspring sourced from H. Moser & Cie.
Features of the watch
Fully integrated perpetual calendar developed for MB&F by Stephen McDonnell
Manual winding with two mainspring barrels.
Bespoke 14mm is a flying balance wheel visible on top of the movement.
Superlative hand finishing throughout respecting 19th-century style.
Power reserve: 72 hours
581 components / 41 jewels