Ever wondered what’s going on inside of your watch? With skeleton watches, you don’t have to keep guessing—everything is on display. Full disclosure on the working mechanisms behind your watch’s tick are up for display, which always give you something wicked to look at. You may have heard these called mechanical watches in the past—these are the pride of watch collectors everywhere, and we’ve compiled the very best units from around the internet to show off. Take a look inside.
The most inexpensive skeleton watches option has put out for us comes with their unique flair, full disclosure on each mechanical part behind the face of your watch, and a quality that stands without rival. Your 44mm stainless steel round case, complete with shatterproof Krysterna crystal glass for your dial window, comes with an automatic self-winding analog display.
Mechanical watchmakers continue to up the ante when it comes to offering unique blends of fashion and functionality in different skeleton designs. From analog or manual skeletons watches to automatic electrically driven or self-winding watches, designers have relentlessly stood up to the challenge of honoring both classical and contemporary design paradigms while staying true to the transparent sophistication behind the craft. Stripping the timepieces’ dial or movement down to reveal a glimpse of the inner-workings to the user continues to attract more and more people from different walks of life.
The Reef Tiger is a high-end eighteen-karat gold plated skeleton watches. It is also reasonably priced for a watch that utilizes ion plating to generate that familiar metallic yellow sheen. Underneath, however, is a case material made of stainless steel and a band material made of gold tone. These accentuate the round synthetic sapphire skeleton dial window. With a case diameter and case thickness of 5.2 centimeters and 21 millimeters, respectively, this watch is certainly among the most conspicuous on our list.