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It seems every year around St. Patrick’s Day, people far and wide bring out their green as a way to celebrate – Irish or not. The thing is, green is a perfect color for year-round wear, especially when it comes to watches. In fact, over the past year or so we have witnessed an incredible uptick in watches with green dials – making green the new blue for timepieces. From khaki green and olive hues to vibrant grass green, British racing green and even rich forest green, a plethora of exciting watches awaits you. Here are just a few great examples of men’s and women’s watches, along with some unisex pieces, in a host of price ranges.


A wonderful blend of technology and allure, the Omega Constellation Globemaster Co-Axial Master Chronometer Annual Calendar watch perfect for any time of year. Yes, the name is a mouthful, but the 41mm watch is worthy of it. Crafted in stainless steel with a tungsten carbide fluted bezel, the watch features a sun-brushed dark green dial that recalls the first Constellation watch from 1952. Between each Super-LumiNova filled white gold marker the months of the year are listed for the annual calendar function (which uses a pointer hand). The complex self-winding movement inside, caliber 8922, is a certified chronometer that is tested according to the Master Chronometer Certification process approved by METAS. It also boasts the brand’s proprietary anti-magnetic technology that protects up to 15,000 gauss. The watch offers 55 hours of power reserve and features a sapphire crystal and case back. $8,700.


Swiss watch brand Longines embraces the popular khaki color of matte green for the dial and for the ceramic bezel of this versatile stainless steel Hydroconquest watch. The 41mm timepiece is water resistant to 300 meters thanks to a screw-down case back and screw-in crown. The automatic watch offers hours, minutes, seconds and date, and features Super-LumiNova hands, markers and numerals for easy underwater readability. It is finished with a stainless steel bracelet with safety folding clasp and an integrated diver extension for use over a wetsuit. Make no mistake, though, this watch is perfect for land as well as water. $1,775.

TAG Heuer

This TAG Heuer Carrera chronograph watch will definitely surprise you. The 44mm stainless steel case with brushed finished steel bracelet deftly recalls the brand’s rich automotive racing roots thanks to the tachymeter bezel and racing green color of the dial and subsidiary chronograph counters. It is powered by the 4Hz Heuer 02 automatic movement that boasts a columnwheel chronograph and an impressive 80 hours of power reserve. In addition to hours, minutes, seconds and date, the chronograph times to ¼ second, 30 minutes and 12 hours. The hands are coated with Super-LumiNova to ensure readability in the dark. $6,050.


A bit bolder and brighter, the Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight watch is crafted in 18-karat yellow gold, which makes the green domed dial and unidirectional rotating bezel (in yellow gold and anodized aluminium) jump out at you. Powered by the manufacture caliber MT5400 automatic movement, the 39mm watch is a COSC certified chronometer and is water resistant to 200 meters. The Black Bay collection is one of the brand’s best sellers and harkens back to its early dive watch years in the mid 20th century. The watch is sold with a brown leather strap and a complimentary green and gold NATO strap. $17,400.


On the lighter side, and deftly blending iconic looks with contemporary appeal, Cartier adorns its beloved Tank Must watch with a superb mint-green strap that is made with non-animal leather. The watch – a true legend in the watchmaking world dating back to the 1930s – is crafted in stainless steel and houses the brand’s SolarBeat™ movement. The SolarBeat quartz movement was first released by Cartier in 2021. It is powered by light and expected to run for approximately 16 years before needing a battery replacement. Essentially, the numerals of the dial are constructed in a way that lets light filter through to the photovoltaic sell underneath. The watch features a cabochon-cut spinel on the crown and sword-shaped blued hands.

These are just a sampling of our wonderful green
watch choices. Stop in – for St. Patrick’s Day or any
other time of year to experience our green machines.

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