The High Life: Watches

Top executives already have enough tough choices and compromises to make in the boardroom without having to worry about settling for second best in the rest of their everyday lives. With this in mind, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide to some of the finest products and services available in Jordan that are sure to satisfy even the most demanding of high flyers.

Watches that Wow

Here’s a selection of some of the top watches you should be looking for in the new year:


Jaeger-LeCoultre-Master-Calendar_PGJaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar


This stunning timepiece is based on Jaeger-LeCoultre’s famed calendar from 1945. It features an elegant 39 millimeters case in pink gold and alligator leather strap. The watch’s intricate movement can also be admired through its sapphire caseback.






Octo-FinissimoBulgari Octo Finissimo

At just 5 millimeters thick, this timepiece from famed Italian jewelry and luxury goods brand Bulgari is wafer thin. Its Finissimo caliber is decorated with côtes de Genève, chamfering, and snailed finishing. While its 18-carat pink gold case holds a mechanism with an impressive 65-hour power reserve.






Patek PhilippePatek Philippe Ref 5905P-001

A particularly rare Patek Philippe went for just over $7.25 million at auction earlier this year, making it the most expensive watch ever sold publicly. The beautiful chronograph pictured here, with its blue sunburst dial and matte navy blue alligator strap, might not set you back as much, but will arguably garner just as many admiring glances.






Audemars Piguet Royal OakAudemars Piguet Royal Oak Selfwinding

This 41 millimeter self-winding Audermars Piguet boasts a silver-toned dial with Grande Tapisserie pattern, 18-carat pink gold bezel and hour markers, and hands covered in an eye-catching luminescent coating.






ecec3427-a76c-4ad3-87bb-ffdefadc1520 (1)Rolex Oyster Perpetual Milgauss

No list of luxury timepieces would be complete without the inclusion of at least one Rolex. This is the latest generation Milgauss, a pioneering anti-magnetic watch developed in 1956 for use by scientists and engineers. Along with its signature lightening bolt hand, this particular version of the classic timepiece comes with a beautiful azure blue display.







This is part one of a five-piece story. Articles in the series of The Finer Things also include: