If it's a 3-6-9-12 dial you're after, Smiths Everest, Sinn 556A, Bell & Ross V1-92. Tudor Ranger, Rolex Explorer 1 and many models of Panerai.
Depending on your budget and definition of 'luxury watch'.
On a medium budget I like the B&R.
Bulova> 96B251. Casio> 5600E. Damasko> DS30. GrandSeiko> SBGH205. Rolex> 114060, 16710. Seiko> SARB017, SARB033, SBDX017, SLA017.
JLC Polaris? I know the crowns are wrong, but the dial is pretty close.
GO Senator 60s
Let's see...we have a misplaced date window that's also the wrong color, a truncated 6, and a watch that looks bigger then it needs to be. And you call it a beauty?
Hmmm...yes, I know beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
I don't think any of the suggestions really come close. And I can't either...sorry.
Buy the one in your pic.
I was thinking OP posted pic of a woman, well...
Idk of any. Most luxury watches have style
My collection changes so often I got tired of redoing my signature
Chronographs: Breitling 2 tone Chronomat Evo, Roger Dubuis Easy Diver, DeWitt Academia Sequential, Franck Muller Conquistador, IWC Aquatimer, Hublot Oceanographic 1000, Parmigiani Pershing 45, Paul Picot Plongeur, Royal Oak Offshore Gstaad, Franck Muller Vanguard Carbon, Franck Muller Conquistador, Chopard Mille Miglia, Zenith Defy Aero.. 3 Hand: Angular Momentum diver, Bucherer ScubaTec 2-tone, UN MM Diver 2-tone, Omega Ploprof, Ball Hunley, Omega SM 300 Master Co-Ax 2-tone, Chopard Pro 1, Zodiac Super Sea Wolf, Panerai Sub ti, Monta OceanKing, Breitling SOH II
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