Are you looking for a bold, stylish timepiece at an affordable price? You should check out the sporty watches in the Haurex Tremor Collection because they’re big, colorful and loaded with Italian spirit.
The team of Maurizio Bianchini and Giuseppe La Guisa has been making watches since 1989 in Bologna, Italy, turning out timepieces that combine fashionable design with quality materials. The Haurex brand has become known for watches that are stylish but affordable and the new Tremor Collection is no exception.
The 43mm watches feature an easy-to-read dial with date window at 6 o’clock, colorful raised indices, a minute track on the inner bezel and three-hand configuration with pencil style hands. What makes the Haurex Tremor watches eye-catching is the use of bright color in both the case and strap. All models have a comfy soft touch strap in black or bright red with matching case that combine for a sports watch that makes a bold statement wherever you wear it.
The Haurex Tremor is one watch that backs up its sharp looks with performance since it’s powered by a Swiss made quartz movement. The stainless steel case and mineral glass crystal make this watch water-resistant to 165 feet.
Whether you’re diving in the Maldives or just taking a shower, the Haurex Tremor watch can stand up to whatever activity you choose. The black models come with colorful contrasting details while the red model is even more eye-catching.
If you’d like to pick up one of these Haurex Tremor watches for yourself or a couple as holiday gifts, head on over to Amazon for some serious discounts. These timepieces have a list price of $259 but Amazon is currently offering major price cuts on several models. The online retailer is also having a Veteran’s Day sale, so use the promo code 20OFFVET at checkout to get an extra 20% off watches as well as clothing, jewelry, shoes and luggage.
There’s more watch news this week as a collection of luxury timepieces by Patek Philippe brought in almost $20 million at a recent auction in Geneva. The sale hosted by Christie’s auction house took place at the Four Seasons Hotel de Berge and attracted more than 300 fanciers of fine watches.
A pink-gold Patek 2499 brought $2.67 million, the highest price of the lot. The runner up was a reference 2523 with a rare enamel dial that went for $2.3 million. A white gold reference 2497 with a white gold bracelet sold for $2.11 million while a reference 3449 perpetual calendar brought in $1.24 million.
As impressive as these prices are, the best (and most expensive) is yet to come. The 1932 Patek Philippe Henry Graves Supercomplication pocket watch goes on the auction block today and is expected to sell for $17 million.