Blue dial watches are very popular today because they look great and are also functional. They are usually made from stainless steel or titanium and come in various shapes such as round, square, rectangular, etc. The blue color is very fashionable and makes them stand out even more. These watches are often worn by celebrities and other famous figures.
There are several reasons why these watches are considered as the best choice for men. They are durable, water resistant, and have a classic look. A blue dial watch is a timeless piece of jewelry that will never go out of style. It comes in various styles and designs, and they are ideal for both formal and casual occasions.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thin
The Jumbo extra-thin Royal Oak features a large case size of 39 millimeters. This is larger than many watches in the collection, including the 42mm “Extra-Lite.” The oversized case gives the watch a bold look while still remaining comfortable on the wrist. The watch’s design is inspired by the classic Audemars Piguet “Royal Oak,” which debuted in 1972.
This model of the Royal Oak is known for its distinctive blue dial with gold accents. The blue color is a tribute to the original Royal Oak, which had a similar shade. The black hands and markers are accented by red enamel.
The movement inside the watch is automatic, meaning there is no power reserve indicator. Instead, the hour’s hand stops at 12 o’clock, indicating the end of the day. The minute’s hand moves continuously around the face, stopping at each hour marker.
Tissot PRX Powermatic 80
Audemars Piguet is one of the most prestigious watchmakers in the world. Their watches are known for being extremely complicated, and their prices reflect that. However, there is another option for those looking for a high-end timepiece without breaking the bank. Tissot offers a similar look and feels to the Royal Oak, but in a much less expensive package. For $650, you can buy the Tissot PRX Powermatic 80.
This particular model features a tonneau-shaped stainless steel case with an integral stainless steel bracelet. It is powered by manual wind movement with a power reserve of 48 hours and is water resistant up to 200 meters. The dial is covered in a black matte coating, and it is decorated with a tapisserie-patterned dial. There are three subdials located at 9, 12, and 3 o’clock, and they are highlighted by small markers.
TAG Heuer Monaco
The TAG Heuer Monaco is one of the most recognized watches ever produced. This legendary piece of Swiss horology has been worn by some of the world’s greatest celebrities including actor Steve McQueen, singer David Bowie, and tennis player Roger Federer. In fact, Monaco is so popular that it inspired a cult following of fans known as “Monacoists.”
A legend not only in the sports watch industry but also among motorsport enthusiasts and movie buffs, this special chronograph model was introduced in 1969. Named for the French Riviera city where it was unveiled, the Monaco chronograph was designed by Jean-Claude Biver, whose signature design aesthetic still adorns today’s models.
This particular automatic chronograph features a distinctive square case, a blue dial, and a black leather strap. Its livery-inspired blue and red motif recall the famous car race scenes from the 1970s classic Le Mans, starring Steve McQueen.
Timex Q Timex Reissue Falcon Eye
The Q Timex Reissue is a limited edition, high-end version of Timex’s classic Q Timex Reissue model. It features a black nylon strap, a white dial with a dark blue hour hand and index markers, a black leather band, and a 12-hour Pepsi Bezel.
For the follow-up, the brand went back to its archives to find another vintage piece of history—a quartz movement that dates back to 1969. This time around it added a few modern touches, including applied indices, a two-toned angular case, and a funky bright blue dial that resembles a work of art. A few additional tweaks include a 42mm diameter, a water resistance of 50 meters, and a self-winding mechanical movement.
Grand Seiko SBGY007 Omiwatari
The Japanese watchmaker Grand Seiko is known for making some of the best watches in the industry. But few brands can match the quality of Grand Seiko’s limited edition pieces. One such example is the “Omiwatari,” a special version of the Grand Seiko SBGY007 self-winding mechanical chronograph.
This piece features a stunningly beautiful dial that pays homage to the beauty of God’s Crossing Lake in Hokkaido, Japan. The dial itself is constructed entirely out of ice-blue ceramic material. A simple white second-hand sweeps across the face while a minute track runs along the bottom edge. The hands themselves are coated in black paint, giving them a ghostly appearance.
A subtle red dot marks the 12 o’clock position where a small second hand appears. The entire dial is covered in frosty white texturing that gives the piece a unique look. In addition, the case back is decorated with a similar pattern.
Omega Seamaster Diver 300M
The Omega Seamaster Diver 300M is one of the most iconic watches in the world. Created in 1955, the Seamaster Diver 300 m was originally designed to celebrate the launch of the brand’s first automatic chronograph, the OMEGA Speedmaster Professional. This was followed up by the OMEGA Speedmaster Moonwatch, which was worn by astronauts during the Apollo 11 moon landing mission.
The strap used on this special edition of the Omega Seamaster Diver is made of genuine Nylon webbing, brown leather, and black crocodile skin. The buckle fastening system allows the wearer to adjust the length of the band according to his needs.
IWC Pilot’s Watch Mark XVIII Edition “Le Petit Prince”
Swiss luxury watch brand IWC recently unveiled a special edition of one of its best-selling models, the Pilot’s Watch Mark XVII. Dubbed “Le Petit Prince,” the limited edition version features a handcrafted case crafted from 18K rose gold and a deep blue sunburst dial adorned with tiny diamonds.
The diamond-encrusted dial is complemented by a white mother-of-pearl insert and a polished stainless steel bracelet. A matching leather strap completes the look.
Farer Ainsdale II
British microbrand Farer makes some of the best-looking watches out there. Their latest offering is a super-affordable chronograph designed around a quartz movement that includes both flyback and split-second functions.
The Ainsdale II features a glossy blue dial that contrasts nicely against white subdials and a black textured band. In addition to the main hours and minutes hand, the case sports three small seconds indicators and a date window. The hour markers are outlined in sky blue while the minutes are outlined in orange.
The crown is located at 3 o’clock and is protected by a sapphire crystal that offers water resistance up to 50 meters.
Autodromo Group B Corsica Blue
For arguably the most popular variant among their Group B racing-influenced watches, Autodromo took things one step further with the release of the Miami Vice-Esque version dubbed the Corsica Blue. A vivid light blue dial and pasty pink hands and indices contrast sharply against the dark gray case and black rubber strap, creating a thoroughly retro look that’s sure to turn heads. And it doesn’t hurt that the entire package is just relentlessly cool, either.
The watch features a 40mm stainless steel case with a brushed finish and polished lugs, while the sapphire crystal display window sits atop a solid titanium band. This particular model is powered by the Swiss automatic movement Caliber 910, which offers a 72-hour power reserve and chronograph functionality.
Christopher Ward C65 Super Compressor
The C65 Super Compressor is one of the most anticipated watches of the year. This isn’t because of the brand name behind it; rather, the watch itself is something special. For starters, it’s the first true supercompressor ever produced. A super compressor is essentially a mechanical device that allows divers to go beyond 150 meters without having to worry about air pressure affecting the movement. The C65 is the first watch to feature such technology.
Zodiac Super Sea Wolf 53 Compression
The Sea Wolf collection features some of the most iconic models ever produced by Zodiac. These are watches that stand apart from the crowd, whether you choose a classic model like the original Sea Wolf or one of our many modern interpretations. This latest release takes things even further, combining a stunning blue dial with a black case and a sky-blue bezel.
The Sea Wolf collection offers a wide range of styles, including chronographs, dress watches, dive watches, sports watches, and more. From simple, everyday designs to high-end luxury pieces, there’s something for everyone. And don’t forget about the Sea Wolf collection’s special editions—they offer unique versions of existing models, such as the Sea Wolf Chrono Edition, Sea Wolf Diver Edition, and Sea Wolf Limited Edition.
NOMOS Club Neomatik Siren Blue
The Neomatik is part of NOMOS’s casual and sporty Club Collection, and we love how the brand managed to blend robust sporting capabilities with excellent finishing and looks. One of our favorite pieces in the series, the Neomatik Siren Blue dial is one of the most striking watches we’ve ever seen in the collection.
Available in a number of different colored options, including a lovely dark “Atlantic” blue, the standout in this collection for us is the “Siren Blue.” A stunningly vivid shade of blue, the dial is meant to evoke the summer sky over France’s Côte d’Azur and it took NOMOS nearly a year to get it just right.
TUDOR Black Bay Fifty-Eight Blue
The Black Bay line has become so popular that it has nearly overtaken the entire Swiss heritage brand. This is especially true of the chronographs, which are now represented by three different models. There is the original model with a black case and black dial, followed by the slightly larger version with a blue case and blue dial, and finally the largest member of the family, the Black Bay Ceramic. In addition to the chronographs, the Black Bay line includes a large collection of watches that do not feature a Chrono function, including the very well-received BB58.
But the most perfect expression of this line has to be this one. Combining the classic proportions with a distinctive blue dial and less obvious references to the 1950s, the BB58 Blue is truly the best representation of the Black Bay line. If you want something more subtle, check out the Black Bay Ceramic with its blue ceramic case and blue dial.
Glashütte Original PanoMaticLunar
The Glashütte Original PanoMaticLunar is a unique analog watch produced by the German manufacturer Glashütte Originals. Inspired by the lunar phases, it features a large date display at 3 o’clock, a smaller date display at 9 o’clock, and a large circular disc displaying the phases of the moon. A subsidiary movement powers the hour hand.
The case is entirely covered with black ceramic and the case back is engraved with the name “PanoMatic.” At 12 o’clock, there is a second chronograph complication with a central stopwatch function. The dial is finished off with black Roman numerals and luminous Arabic numbers. The case measures approximately 42 mm wide and 15.5 mm thick. Its lug width is 16 mm. The strap is adjustable and can be removed completely. The watch is water resistant up to 50 meters.
LONGINES AVIGATION BIGEYE
The Longines Avigation BigEye is a special edition of the classic Big Eye chronograph from the 1950s. This model features a distinctive design inspired by the famous chronographs produced during World War II. These particular pieces are highly sought after because they were used extensively by pilots during the war.
In addition to being a beautiful piece, it offers a great deal of technical innovation and functionality. For example, the movement is based on the ETA 2824 automatic caliber, a very reliable and accurate mechanism that guarantees excellent precision and reliability. It also includes a date function, which makes it possible to display the day, month, and year in large digits.
Breitling Superocean Heritage B20 Automatic 44
The Breitling Superoceans are among the most exclusive timepieces ever produced by the Swiss watchmaker. These watches are limited editions, and each one is individually numbered and handcrafted. They feature a very special design, with a unique combination of materials and features.
The Breitling Chronograph Superocean Heritage B20 automatic 44 is no exception. It is crafted from 316L stainless steel, with a black PVD coating, and it boasts a gorgeous blue dial. The dial includes a date window at six o’clock, while the hour markers are adorned with polished silver accents. The large central seconds counter is surrounded by three subdials, including a small seconds indicator at 3 o’clock.
The watch also sports a sapphire crystal display case back, a scratch-resistant mineral glass lens, and a stainless steel crown. The strap is made from woven nylon fabric, and it is secured via a folding buckle clasp.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual 36
The original Rolex Oyster Perpetually debuted in 1959 as the world’s first waterproof dive watch, and since then it’s been one of the most coveted watches among collectors. And now, the iconic model is getting a modern makeover. In fact, the newest version of the classic diver features a completely redesigned case and bracelet — plus a special blue dial option.
Hublot Classic Fusion Blue Chronograph Titanium Bracelet 42 mm
The Hublot Classic Fusion Blue Chronograph Titanium Bracelet 42 mm is another model in the brand’s collection of watches inspired by the classic Formula One racing car.
This timepiece features a 44mm diameter black ceramic case with a brushed finish and polished bezel. A red gold plated crown sits atop the round case while a white mother-of-pearl dial is framed by a carbon fiber insert. Three small windows are located above the hour markers and feature a combination of green and orange applied to the glass. At 12 o’clock, there is a date window flanked by two smaller sub-dial windows featuring a total of five Roman numerals.