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Expensive Watch Brands

Updated on January 13, 2014

The Best Expensive Watches Brands

If you are spending a large amount of money on your expensive watch then it's important to choose the right luxury watch brand. Let me help you choose the best!

You see, I'm a watch fan myself - and in recent years, I've been made aware of the popularity that particular expensive watch brands have become.

Whether it's as an investment, to improve your image or even because you like the quality watch products these prestigious companies offer - everyone has their own reasoning behind wanting one.

I've thought long and hard about the watches available and wanted to share some of this.

Let's get right to it. Here are a list of the best expensive watch brands that are currently out there on the market. If you're looking to buy one of these luxury watches in the near future, hopefully you will find the information below particularly useful.

Enjoy!

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Rolex Watches

When you hear the term 'expensive watches', I can guarantee that 95% of the population would automatically say 'Rolex'.

And I ask myself, why is this? Are they the most prestigious luxury watch maker in the world?

Honestly, I don't think they are. Yes, they have an awful lot of history - but I don't think that's the reasoning.

It's to do with their advertising and product placement. For as long as I can remember, the finest Rolex watches have been advertised on our TVs or mentioned/shown in films. In addition to this, with a whole host of celebrities endorsing the Rolex brand, it's no wonder they are one of the most popular watch brands in the world!

You only have to take a look at their range of watches available at Amazon to understand just how stylish and sough after their watches really are!

TAG Heuer Watches

TAG Heuer are another popular watch maker in the expensive watches market.

Similar to Rolex's, TAG Heuer has significant celebrity endorsement. Through their advertising, TAG Heuer has used some of the biggest names in world - including Brad Pitt, Tiger Woods and... Barack Obama!!!

It's no wonder that these modern, yet, quality watches are so popular with those looking to buy watches from the luxury watch market.

Take a look at some of the best TAG Heuer watches on the market!

Luxury Watches on Amazon

Check out some of the most stylish expensive watch brands currently available at the world's favourite online store, Amazon

Which Are Your Favourite Expensive Watches?

I'm interested to see if there's a theme with the most popular expensive watches out there in the market. Use the voting buttons below to rate each watch and let's see which is the world's favourite :)

I've highlighted some of the best expensive watch makers in the world above - but would love to find out what the general consensus is for the most popular brands!

Please use the poll below for vote for the best luxury watch companies that you class as your favourite

Which Is Your Favourite Expensive Watch Brand?

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Useful Expensive Watch Links

Here are some really useful links relating to luxury watches such as the ones you see above

Would love to hear your experiences with expensive watch brands.

Do you own a particularly expensive watch? Which is your favourite watch brand?

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