7 Best Black and Blue Colored Watches for Men
Watches that have dark undertones are very classy and dressy. They present a cool look on someone’s wrist and not as brash as a light-faced watch. Black and blue are very good combination for a design, as it’s seen as strong and masculine if someone wears it.
Here at GW, we have selected some watches that feature blue undertones on top of a black face to see if it’s indeed a cool offering. Let’s see if it is!
Masculine Black and Blue Fashion Timepieces
Hands On With our Favorite Black and Blue Colored Watches
This head-turning timepiece sports a deep blue and black ensemble.
Its round, dark blue, 42-millimeter stainless steel casing is paired with a triple link bracelet that has a push-button fold-over clasp.
Completing the dark-hued color theme is a black dial that sits under a protective mineral crystal display window. Shown on it are applied hour markers in blue, which is the same color exhibited by the central hands.
In between the hour indices are the smaller linear marks that indicate the minutes. Adding more function are the three chronograph sub-dials that measure elapsed time inside of 60 seconds, 60 minutes and 24 hours; and a date display situated at the 4 o’clock position.
The Nixon A3861679 is powered by a Japanese quartz movement and is water resistant to 100 meters.
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As part of the Fossil’s Nate Collection, the JR1478 tastefully combines rugged and refined in its design.
The masculine appeal of this quartz-powered is evident in its oversized, stainless steel case that has protruding pushers and a ridged crown; which is attached to a thick, triple-link bracelet via oversized lugs.
Topping the case is a stationary bezel that has corrugated edges, with a 0-60 scale etched on its surface. The analog display is an eye-catching combination of black, blue and white, shown by the dial, bold hour markers and minute indices, along with the central hands, the trio of timer sub-dials, and the date window.
With a 10-ATM water resistance rating, this watch can be worn while swimming without being damaged.
Sophisticated and refined, the Raymond Weil 2837-STC-50001 would make a great upgrade to any watch collection.
The stainless steel case features a skeleton case back, providing a view of the interior watch mechanism that runs on an automatic movement. Paired with the case is a black strap crafted from alligator leather and fastened with a stainless steel buckle.
The guilloche dial has a dark blue hue, displaying silver tone time indices and Breguet-style hands; while an analog date window exhibits another complication possessed by the timepiece.
With its multi-functional feature, this black, stainless steel watch from Seiko is worth investing in.
Aside from using an accurate quartz movement and being water resistant to 330 feet, is it light-driven; meaning, you never have to change the batteries.
Its multiple capabilities are clearly exhibited on the black dial. Time-telling is carried out by the luminous hands that point to the bold, blue-colored hour markers and the white, linear minute indices. Three sub-dials perform the chronograph, dual-time and alarm functions, while a date window serves as a calendar.
Skagen has always been known for the elegant timepieces that it creates; and the SKW6105 is no different.
Its streamlined design features a round, stainless steel case; a black, calfskin leather band; and an expansive blue dial. On it are displayed the 60-second and 30-minute timer sub-dials that perform the watch’s chronograph function, as well as a sub-dial that indicates the date of the month.
For displaying time, the watch makes use of silver tone hour markers, and baton-shaped hands that run on a quartz movement. The dial is protected by a durable mineral crystal lens, which is held in place a by stationary stainless steel bezel.