As some of you know, Diesel watches come in a variety of prices, mostly ranging from around $85 to $350, with a few exceptions.
However, I wanted to write a post that talks about watches in the much higher price range, and show you how to find watches under 5,000 dollars.
Once you start going into the higher price points, things get a lot more interesting. That are as many high-end watches as there are low-end, believe it or not, but when you are dealing with 5 grand, you need to consider things for a little bit longer!
Brands For Under 5,000
Here are some brands that you can find that do watches for under 5,000 dollars.
Both in the men’s and women’s range, Cartier has quite a few watches you can get without passing 5,000, and some of them go a lot cheaper as well.
Again, Omega is one that has a wide range availale. You will find many Omega’s in excess of 5,000 bucks, but you’ll also find a fair few below it. Worn by James Bond in Casino Royale, this might not be as prestigious as the Rolex, but i still a beautiful brand.
Of all the brands on this list, Rolex needs the least introducing. While you can add an extra zero onto the end of our budget and still not be able to afford every Rolex out there, you CAN get some entry level ones, such as the Airking.
If Rolex is a Rolls Royce, Breitling is a Bentley. There’s more than just alliteration here. Brietling is one of those brands for someone who has taste, but wants to show they are aware that there is more than just Rolex out there. They are also generally on the larger side, and you can own one while keeping your budget on the (relatively) smaller side.
Quite a few TAG watches fall in the 1,000 to 5,000 range, so it should be no surprise that they’re on this list. They make a great entry-level watch for those interested in the more luxurious brands.
Christian Dior generally focuses on watches for women, and the women tend to focus back. Dior has got some beautiful timepieces, and while they may not be the Swiss thoroughbreds such as those mentioned above, they are still quality.
As with Dior, Chopard is more of a “fashion” than luxury brand (although it is still a Swiss watch), but don’t’ let that take anything away from its quality. You would absolutely not go wrong with any watch on this list.