The everlasting parade of circular watches sometimes gets somewhat insipid. We’ve got used to it by decades of design to default to the round in replica watches. But still sometimes we need something just outside the standards – still multi-functional, still stylish, but a little less the same. And there’s where the squares come in. However, there are warnings as well. What makes a ‘square’ in watchmaking is a subjective business. Is it the dial? Is it the case? It’s sophisticated, because fine watch design is not as black and white as geometry would have you believe. Well, we’ve found six squares to suit all tastes – from architects to action men.
Amazing fake rolex 100
You can’t say the shaped watches without mentioning rolex. Many of those conversations begin with the Santos, originally conceived in 1904. While there are some Santos models in rolex current collection, our pick is the Santos 100, a strong statement piece, made only more powerful with the screwed-down gold bezel.
Popular TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 11
One of the top contenders for the title of ‘most well-known square watch of all time’ is, without doubt, TAG Heuer’s Monaco (the other top contender is right below). Made famous on the wrist of Steve McQueen, the Monaco embodies the style of the ’60s and ’70s owing to its softly flared case and funky dial. We happen to think as well that TAG Heuer’s newest version might be the best yet.
Your Favorable Bell & Ross Horolum
You can’t make a list of square watches without Bell & Ross. First released in 2005, their instantly identifiable instrument watches cribbed their looks from the dash instruments of fighter jets. Recently though, Bell & Ross has been pushing in different directions, as you can see from the stealthy matt grey-on-grey Horolum.