Robin Thicke Watch Collection

Rolex Submariner 16610 and 116610

The last six years haven’t exactly been easy on singer Robin Thicke. The American-Canadian artist launched the chart-topping “Blurred Lines” in 2013, making him not just an R&B act, but a pop superstar. The song’s success, however, was followed by some controversy, a lawsuit, and a few personal tribulations.

Robin is slowly but surely bouncing back. With a high-rating show (FOX’s The Masked Singer), plus new music and a tour on the way, we’ll be seeing more of the new Robin Thicke. We’ll sure be on the lookout for his timepieces, but for now, here’s a run down of what he’s worn on his wrist.



Rolex Seadweller Deepsea Cameron D-Blue Steel Mens Watch 116660


Rolex Seadweller Deepsea Cameron D-Blue

Also known as the James Cameron model, the Deepsea D-Blue features a distinct two-color gradient black and blue dial. This timepiece was inspired by director James Cameron’s expedition to the deepest part of the oceans, where he was accompanied by a prototype Rolex Seadweller timepiece.

The Deepsea Seadweller line has been the ultimate choice of saturation divers, because of its thicker and stronger case. Equipped with a Ring Lock System, which puts the pressure on the back and front surfaces of the watch, the Deepsea can reach depths of up to 12,800 feet. With its ruggedly handsome looks, it works well even outside the water and in more formal settings.



Rolex President Day-Date Yellow Gold Champagne Dial Mens Watch 18038


Rolex President Day-Date Yellow Gold

In the music video for “Blurred Lines”, Robin was sporting a solid yellow gold Rolex President Day-Date. The champagne dial completes the striking yet timeless all-gold aesthetic, that many Rolex aficionados look for in the Day-Date. Of course, it’s paired with the iconic President bracelet, which boasts three semi-circular links and a hidden Crownclasp. Video from Robin Thicke on YouTube




Cartier Santos De Cartier Medium Steel Mens Watch WSSA0010


Cartier Santos Galbee Medium

The Cartier Santos was one of the first wristwatches ever created, and was designed by Louis Cartier himself in 1904. In 2018, it was given a long-awaited revamp. Cartier kept the classic rounded-square design with the distinct screw-set bezel, while providing subtle curvature to fit the wrists more comfortably.

Compared to the previous generations of the Santos, this modern version’s case and bracelet are also noticeably thinner, and is equipped with the QuickSwitch strap system, that lets the wearer to change or adjust the bracelet without tools.



Rolex Yachtmaster Midsize 18K Yellow Gold Blue Dial Unisex Watch 68628


Rolex Yachtmaster Yellow Gold Blue Dial

One of Robin’s frequent companions on stage and in public appearances is his 18k yellow gold Rolex Yachtmaster. A striking metallic blue dial stuns against the precious metal, while luminous dot, triangle and baton hour markers, and Mercedes hands provide legible timekeeping. The Yachtmaster’s origins as a sailing watch are apparent with the 60-minute timing bezel, but this watch can be worn in just about any setting. Video from Kiss 92.5 on YouTube




Rolex Submariner Date 40mm Black Dial Steel Mens Watch 16610


Rolex Submariner Date Stainless Steel

Last but certainly not the least is the Rolex Submariner. If you invest in just one Rolex, this stainless steel version of the iconic dive watch is a practical option to consider. The steel finish and black dial and bezel make this timepiece both robust and stylish. This reference is also the first to feature luminous plots trimmed in white gold, adding to the legibility and luxuriousness of the timepiece. Video from Robin Thicke on YouTube

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