5 Bold, Colorful Watches To Brighten Up Your Wrist

Unorthodox colors are this year's most spectacular timepiece trend.
IMAGE Esquire Adam Goodison

Rolex’s Daytona is not only one of the most iconic watches, it’s also among the most collectable. The mystique of the classic chronograph continues in the Cosmograph 'Rainbow'. With multicolored sapphires on bezel and dial and diamonds (56!) set into the 18k Everose gold case, somehow, it’s still masculine. 

The bejeweled 'Rainbow' is the most spectacular billboard creation within the big 2018 watch trend for bold, unorthodox colours which so far has seen Montblanc, Glashütte Original, and Rado all produce green-hued timepieces. Richard Mille, Hublot and Audemars Piguet also step up their already eye-catching games with block shades of red, blue, and camouflage respectively. Even brands known for restraint are joining in, with Omega creating a denim-strapped, and denim-colored edition of the Railmaster, while Patek Philippe has horophiles salivating over its vibrant orange-hued Aquanaut. 

Go on, strap some colour onto your wrist. 

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona in 18k Everose gold 40mm 

Hublot Big Bang Unico Red Magic 45mm 

Omega Railmaster Co-Axial Master Chronometer 40mm 

Rado True Thinline Nature Leaf 39mm

Gucci Dive 40mm

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