Justin Timberlake’s Watches

Justin Timberlake’s Watch Collection

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Justin Timberlake is best known for being a singer and songwriter, but he’s also a dancer, actor, and record producer. He’s not only a multi-talented entertainer — he’s also a style star in his own right!

The Grammy award-winning artist isn’t afraid to experiment when it comes to style; and even his choice timepieces reflect his adventurous taste. Check out the timepieces of Justin Timberlake, on and off screen.

 

Cartier Calibre

 

Cartier Calibre Rose Gold

Cartier is best known for making elegant dress watches but with the Cartier Calibre, the French maison showed that they can compete with today’s makers of sports and tool watches.

The Caliber has a striking, sport-luxe design that was very well received when it was launched in 2010. Powered by an in-house Cartier mechanical movement and with a 48-hour power reserve, it’s a watch that has both form and function.

 

Cartier Drive

 

Cartier Drive

Cartier thoroughly impressed the watch community with the launch of the Drive in 2016. The elegant cushion-shaped watch borrows elements from Cartier’s classic dress watches, all while incorporating automotive inspiration. The thin case makes it perfect for wearing under the cuff, as seen on Justin, but it also goes well with office or casual wear.

 

Day-Date II Yellow Gold

 

Rolex President Day-Date II

His 18k yellow gold Rolex Day-Date II seems to be Justin’s favorite – we’ve seen him wear it from casual days to his music videos, and even the red carpet.

The Day-Date II can be called a transitional watch between the classic Day-Date 36 and the newer Day-Date 40. While it was discontinued in 2015, the 41mm case is still sought after by those who want more heft on the wrist.

 


 

 

Justin’s more adventurous watches are from Audemars Piguet. At left is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore 57th Street Limited Edition watch. A black dial and bezel sits on stainless steel construction, finished off with rose gold arabic hour markers and subdials.

At right is the Royal Oak Offshore 44mm Chronograph. The 18k rose gold case is paired with a brushed black ceramic bezel, black ceramic crown and a black rubber strap.


 

Chronomat

 

Breitling Chronomat in Friends with Benefits (2011)

The Breitling Chronomat is a very masculine and versatile watch. With a thick and hefty case, the Chronomat was designed to weather even the most extreme conditions.

The multi-purpose watch is equipped with both a diver’s bezel and a chronograph function, and its water resistance ranges from 100 to 500m depending on the model.

 

JLC Master Control

 

Jaeger LeCoultre Master Control in Bad Teacher (2011)

The Master Control is a classic watch without unnecessary details. The silvered dial is marked only by dauphine hands and markers, plus Arabic numerals on the 6-9-12 position, and an inconspicuous date window.

It’s a prime example of a watch that’s elegant enough for formal occasions, but not too dressy for casual ensembles.

 

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PHOTO CREDITS: Main photo by Just Jared / Wikimedia Commons ; Justin wearing Cartier Calibre by Vera Anderson / Justin wearing Cartier Drive from Eonline.com / Justin wearing Audemars Piguet by Wesley Kaminsky / Bad Teacher and Friends with Benefits from IMDB
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