For the watch enthusiasts of the world, skeleton dials are a piece of art. Giving wearer's a view of the watch's inner workings, Rotary's renowned skeleton watches showcase the artistry of their British design team. The intricate movement is elegantly revealed through scratch resistant sapphire glass, representing a triumph of watch making and quintessential British design. Merging functionality with fashion, Rotary have turned ordinary into extraordinary by stripping down their timepieces into a work of art.
As part of the Ingersoll 1892 watch collection, the Ingersoll Herald watch is just one example of the brand's take on a skeleton dial. Named after the current owners of Ingersoll, The Herald watch boasts a line of open dials, demonstrating the level of intricate detail that powers this Ingersoll watch collection. The Ingersoll Hawley watch is slighty more subtle, boasting a skeleton sub dial, undoubtedtly making this one of the most fascinating watches in the Ingersoll collection.
Transparency is the new mystery with the Hugo Boss Black Signature Skeleton watch collection. These tasteful timepieces bare-all to present live timekeeping at its best. With a new Japenese multi-automatic movement to keep them on track, each Hugo Boss Black Signature Skeleton watch makes a confident statement. Ready for a every type of lifestyle, this innovative design features a 44mm stainless steel case, inviting wearers to look at time in a little more detail.