Clear winners: our guide to skeleton watches

Words by
Sphere Life
Photography by
Mitch Payne

9th March 2017

Inventive embellishment and mesmerising moving parts make the skeleton watch a clear winner

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From left: Romain Jerome Skylab 48 Black Skull, £15,950, romainjerome.ch; Richard Mille RM 38-01 Tourbillon G-Sensor Bubba Watson, £621,500, richardmille.com; Rado DiaMaster Skeleton, £3,930, rado.com; Tag Heuer Carrera Heuer 02T Black Titanium, £12,100, tagheuer.com; Hublot Big Bang Ferrari Speciale, £20,500, harrods.com

From left: Romain Jerome Skylab 48 Black Skull, £15,950, romainjerome.ch; Richard Mille RM 38-01 Tourbillon G-Sensor Bubba Watson, £621,500, richardmille.com; Rado DiaMaster Skeleton, £3,930, rado.com; Tag Heuer Carrera Heuer 02T Black Titanium, £12,100, tagheuer.com; Hublot Big Bang Ferrari Speciale, £20,500, harrods.com

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From left: F P Journe Tourbillon Souverain, £112,300, williamandson.com; Bovet 1822 Pininfarina Skeleton Tourbillon, POA, bovet.com; Breguet Tradition Independent Chrongraph, £57,000, breguet.com; Piaget Altiplano, £23,600, en.piaget.com

From left: F P Journe Tourbillon Souverain, £112,300, williamandson.com; Bovet 1822 Pininfarina Skeleton Tourbillon, POA, bovet.com; Breguet Tradition Independent Chrongraph, £57,000, breguet.com; Piaget Altiplano, £23,600, en.piaget.com

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Patek Philippe Gentleman’s White Gold Skeleton, £64,210 patek.com

Patek Philippe Gentleman’s White Gold Skeleton, £64,210 patek.com