Baume is a millennial-chasing, eco-friendly watchmaker that offers low-cost timepieces. The
company is relatively new, but in two years, it was able to provide 434 permutations in the
automatic watch line, and around 2,300 in its quartz range. Its 41mm moon phase model can be
customized according to the wearer’s taste. It can also come with your preferred engraving.
2. Bell & Ross
One of the newest addition to the Bell & Ross portfolio is a 40mm watch model that takes the
exquisite form of a “soft square.” This is a French watch brand that is known for offering army-
style, round-case timepieces.
Hugo Boss is the official partner of the reputable Formula E street race series. It is clearly
banking on the promising future of the popular electric motorsport. Are you looking for a nice
men’s watch in Malaysia? Check out the Hugo Boss Trophy watch. It has a crisp white dial,
tachymeter bezel and clear blue detailing.
4. Audemars Piguet
When it comes to chronographs, Audemars Piguet is always a top choice. It has an in-house
column wheel chronograph, and 70 hours of power reserve and jumping calendar. If you are
looking for a good investment watch, consider this one.
5. A Lange & Söhne
A Lange & Söhne may not be as popular as the Rolex, but you wouldn’t regret learning about or
buying the Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon. It’s beautiful salmon-colored dial is hard to resist.
The timepiece combines a tourbillon regulator and flyback chronograph with a jumping date
perpetual calendar, all within its 41.5mm white-gold case.
This brand continues to chase the hybrid market with the release of its Alpine X sports watch.
This brilliant timepiece caters to outdoor people and fitness fans. Do you want a classy watch
that is capable of measuring the distance and altitude travelled, and atmospheric pressure? Go for
this sports watch.