Which are your most complicated watches? ?
Mine is an A. Lange & Sohne tourbillon that cost $211,000 in 2017 when I bought it. Next are four chronographs by Tissot, Fossil, Relic ands one with no name on it. The Tissot is much more expensive than the others.
UPDATE- The costliest tourbillons are by Richard Mille. One costs $888,000. The ultimate single complication is by Franois-Paul Journe. It is a $771,000 grande sonnerie! The most complicated wristwatch in history is the Franck Muller "Aeternitas Mega 4" that cost $2,600,000 the last I heard, The costliest watch with diamonds is the Graff "Fascination" that cost $55,000,000 in 2015. You know nothing of watches.
- miyuki & kyojinLv 71 month ago
I am actress, model, singer, dancer at Japan and thus am millionaire. My most complicated wristwatch is Blancpain ladies tourbilllon with diamonds on case and dial. New one cost $172,500 couple of years ago.
- Sandra KLv 61 month ago
I don't have any complicated watches. All of mine just have the basic functions. I wonder why two people choose to insult you and not answer the question. Yahoo should remove their insults. My best friend is rich. She owns three sports cars that cost up to $600,000. Her costliest watch is a $30,000 Vacheron Constantin. Myfavoritepussy and Anonymous are evidently jealous of people like you and her. I disagree with John P. I don't carry a phone every day. I do a wear a watch every day though. My costliest watch is an Omega "Constellation" with diamonds on the bezel as as hour markers on the dial. Garrett has photos of some of his watches on Facebook. He owns watches by Audemars Piguet, Cartier, Eterna, IWC, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Longines, Movado, Omega, Patek Philippe, Piaget, Tiffany & Co. and Vacheron Constantin. His oldest watches are an 1893 Patek Philippe, 1902 Vacheron Constantin, 1914 IWC, 1925 Patek Philippe, 1933 Vacheron Constantin, 1946 Longines, 2 Omegas from the 1970s and a 1979 Piaget. He has written 5 books about watches with several updated editions of each book. My boyfriend was one of Garrett's martial arts teachers. We know him very well. He has 57 watches.
- John PLv 71 month ago
I like a watch to tell the time. Nothing more. All the rest of the bits and pieces can more easily be accessed on a smartphone.
Bully for you, having an upmarket watch. But really - so what?