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The 5 most expensive watches in the world

Life’s little luxuries aren’t complete without some “arm candy!” The world’s most expensive watches scream luxury, style and timeless designs. 

Patek Philippe’s Sky Moon Tourbillon
Patek Philippe’s Sky Moon Tourbillon takes the lead at $1.3 million. Only two of these watches are made every year and have many interesting displays including: the hour, minute, second, day, date, month, and phases of the moon. The good news is it can differentiate between leap years. The bad news is it’s not water resistant. 

Chopard Ice Cube
Coming in second at $1.1 million, the Chopard Ice Cube is a timeless creation. This elegant piece is made of baguette diamonds. However, they actually look like real ice cubes, hence the name. The front of this wristwatch is covered with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, and the best part is, it’s water resistant so ladies can stay accessorized in the pool.

Hublot Big Bang Black Caviar
Made of black ceramic, the Hublot Big Bang Black Caviar sells for $1 million. Like the previous two watches, the prices are hidden and the customers contact the retailers for a potential purchase. Raising standards for luxury watches, this watch is covered in 501 baguette-cut black diamonds and 18-carat white gold. 


Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Complication 
Due to the fact that some of this watch’s parts are rare, there are only three of these Audemars Piguet watches in the world. With only three for sale, you’d probably expect it to cost more than $869,000. According to experts, meteorites are used in the design, making it a one-of-a-kind, “out of this world” luxury item. 


Blancpain 1735 Grande Complication
Coming in at $800,000, this wristwatch has a platinum case made of 18- karat gold that measures 42 mm, attached to a crocodile leather strap, and it holds 740 individual hand-finished components. This item may be expensive but its features justify its price. It is self-winding and has numerous displays including month, day, date, moon phases, and leap years.