Finding a good gift for men, more over fathers, can be very difficult. And with Father's Day creeping up the corner (18 June), it might get even more stressful.

If you still haven't got a clue on what to give the father in your life, browse our selections of watches below:

Tudor Heritage Black Bay Steel

Tudor’s much-loved Heritage Black Bay dive watch now comes in an all-steel version, with the bezel insert in brushed steel. The lines and proportions of the original Black Bay are maintained, and the disc of the rotating bezel is machined from steel and given a circular satin-brushed treatment to achieve a matte appearance. Its manufacture movement has an added date function.

Hublot Big Bang Unico GMT

Thanks to the re- engineered Unico movement that now integrates a GMT function, reading the home and second time zones has been made simpler with the Hublot Big Bang Unico GMT. The commanding piece comes with a 45mm case but is light on the wrist because it is made in titanium or carbon fibre. A ribbed black and blue rubber strap gives the watch a smart finish.

Chopard Happy Ocean

Chopard enriches its wildly successful Happy Sport collection with the Happy Ocean, a sporty but elegant piece that also happens to be a legitimate dive watch water resistant to 300 metres. Its 40mm steel case is fitted with a unidirectional two-toned rotating bezel in either blue and turquoise or blue and raspberry complementing the dial’s deep blue tone.

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe

Blancpain presents a 38mm version of its Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe, which was introduced in 2013 to mark the 60th anniversary of the Fifty Fathoms dive watch. This year’s version comes in “abyss blue.” Its steel bezel features a blue ceramic insert, and its hour markers are in Liquidmetal. Designed to accompany you on those deep dives, the piece is water resistant to 300 metres.

Zenith Pilot Extra Special Chronograph

With its aged-bronze case, wide ratcheted crown, sandblasted black dial, oversized numerals in Superluminova, and khaki green oily nubuck leather strap, the Pilot Extra Special Chronograph recalls the golden age of aviation. Driving this retro timepiece is the El Primero 4069 automatic movement, which promises an impressive 50 hours of power reserve.

(Text by: Charlene Co)


Tags: Chopard, Watches, Hublot, Blancpain, Zenith, Tudor