5 Watches to Share with Your Significant Other

There are men’s and women’s watches, and then there are watches that they can enjoy together. If you’re a couple who loves luxury timepieces, what could be more romantic and significant than a piece you can share with each other?

Nowadays there are hardly any rules as to what watch you can wear (in fact, many women sport men’s watches and look incredible doing so) – but there are watches better suited for sharing. Pieces that have classic lines and sizes that allow for easy wear ensure a smooth transition from a man’s wrist to a lady’s.

Give “what’s mine is yours, what’s yours is mine” a whole new meaning with these watches:
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Rolex Datejust
pictured: Rolex Datejust Steel 18K Yellow Gold Automatic Unisex Watch
The Rolex Datejust may just be the most versatile watch in the market. Since its launch in 1945, the Datejust has proven itself as a watch with a combination of history, versatile style, and quality watchmaking. Heritage aside, the Datejust’s well-balanced Oyster case, solid jubilee bracelet, and functional date function has made it both tough and chic – a reliable staple in any man or woman’s arsenal. It’s hard to find a Datejust that’s not versatile, but for your couple watch, a steel, gold or two-toned model in a modest size will really hit the spot.
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Cartier Tank Louis
pictured: Cartier Tank Louis Large White Gold Black Strap Unisex Watch
The Cartier Tank may be considered the most iconic watch with 100 years of history behind it. Cementing its place as a horological icon is a long list of royals, leaders, and celebrities who have worn it. While there are several versions of the Cartier Tank, the most versatile is the Tank Louis. It has everything that makes a Cartier, a Cartier – the streamlined rectangular case, elegant leather strap, and signature dial with painted black roman numerals, sword shaped blued steel hands, and Cartier signature. So timeless, it will look great on just about anyone.
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Patek Philippe Calatrava
pictured: Patek Philippe Calatrava 18k Rose Gold Hobnail Bezel Watch
Launched in 1932, Patek Philippe very carefully studied the Calatrava’s design, drawing from Bauhaus design principles in order to create a watch that lasts generations. A round case, creamy, lacquered dial and silky black numerals comprise its understated design; in some models, its embellished only by the Clous de Paris guilloché hobnail pattern on its bezel. With its iconic stature and steeper price, it’s not just something you can enjoy as a couple, but one you can pass on to your next of kin.
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Rolex Yachtmaster
pictured: Rolex Yachtmaster Midsize Steel Platinum Unisex Watch
Men’s sports watches are now often worn by women, but favorites such as the Rolex Daytona, Rolex Submariner, and Omega Speedmaster may still be too big or heavy for women with smaller wrists. With three sizes available (35mm, 37mm and 40mm), the Rolex Yachtmaster offers a good compromise. The Yachtmaster becomes very functional in harsh environmental conditions with its bidirectional bezel, broad hands and large hour markers; at the same time, it has a distinct visual identity that makes just about anyone look stylish.
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Jaeger Lecoultre Reverso
pictured: Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Sun Moon Rose Gold Watch
The Reverso was created as a watch for polo players, but the sheer charisma of its Art Deco design made it a hit even outside the field. With proportions close to a “golden rectangle”, a simple white guilloché dial and Arabic numbers, and a unique case that could be reversed 180 degrees, the Reverso is a symbiosis of form and function. A plus? The reverse side of the watch makes the perfect space for personal engravings that can be hidden away. There’s no better present for Valentine’s than a classic watch with a romantic discretion.

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