If you could have the best automobile engineering right on your wrist, would you say no? We doubt it. Ferrari timepieces are the perfect complements to your ride. But even if you don’t have a Ferrari in your garage, you should still be able to appreciate the work that’s put on every single one of these watches. They may be out of the price range of most people, but it sure wouldn’t stop us from imagining and admiring. Here are the five best Ferrari watches that your money could buy.
Ferrari 0830077 Quartz Watch For Men
This particular Ferrari watch has the look of a sportster. The black ion stainless steel case is reminiscent of the quality that all Ferrari’s are made of. It’s durable and scratch-resistant much like the mineral crystal glass that’s protecting the face. The dial is filled with car-like designs. You get a taste of the stunning Ferrari red colors on the dial. There are three sub dials that depict the seconds, minutes, and hours. Only one half of the watch has markers, which are simply red outlined Arabic numerals. The result of all components of the watch is nothing short of stunning. Having this on your wrist says it all. Of course, the entire design won’t be finished without the yellow Ferrari insignia.
Ferrari Men’s 0830160 Black & Red Watch
If you’re more into sleek and modern styles, there’s nothing else better out there for you than this particular Ferrari watch. The look is completely reminiscent of a wheelbase. The entire watch is made out of black stainless steel, and the only contrasts you see are the red markers on the dial, the red hands, and the yellow prancing horse logo. The result is a sporty watch that’s also highly elegant looking. While this may be the case, the best part about the watch isn’t its looks. This Ferrari watch happens to have absolutely water-tight capabilities. This means that if you happen to love the water and any other activities associated with it, this is the kind of watch that wlll be perfect for you.
Ferrari Men’s 0830017 Chrono Watch
It’s got all the stylings of a Ferrari watch, but the stylistic differences are there. It’s subtle, but a close look will show. The bright red casing is nothing short of impressive. If you wanted to stand out, make sure you have this watch on your wrist. The black dial is accented by red details including the linear markers and hands. There are three sub dials that depict the seconds, minutes, and hour, and the hands are encased in a silver detail. There’s a display window on the three o’clock position, which is also right next to the prancing horse insignia. This Ferrari watch has water resistance capabilities of up to 165 feet.
Ferrari XX Kers Casual Watch
If you’re truly trying to impress, no other Ferrari watch could do the trick apart from the XX Kers. This watch features a brilliant and bold red bezel that has a tachymeter measure. The entire watch is black apart from this bezel and some details on the dial. The markers on the dial are thick linear pieces, and the hands are typical Ferrari hands. The twelve o’clock position features the prancing horse insignia, a stark yellow marking against everything else. There are also subtle sub dials that feature the day of the week, the day of the month, and the hour count. This watch is also water resistant up to 165 feet.
Ferrari 08300166 Aero Evo Watch
This Ferrari watch is different from all the rest. For one, it’s not all black. The bands are made out of black material, but the casing is stainless steel. The face is larger than most Ferrari watches, and it features a smaller tachymeter on the bezel. The prancing horse is largest on this watch, and the hand on one of the sub dials mirrors the yellow of the insignia. The markers are rectangular white pieces with a red linear detail straight down the middle; it’s a reflection of how the hands look like. Four of the markers are represented by simple stainless steel dots. Even this stunning watch is water resistant up to 165 feet. It’s elegant and dressy. This Ferrari watch is one that you can wear daily with no problems.
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