The blue color is pretty often used in the production of dials for luxury watches. Most impeccable models show off delicate dials executed in different shades of the sky color. In our today review, we examine fashionable models with deep-blue dials.

Longines Master Collection Moonphase

One of the most iconic collections of the Longines brand, the Master product line that originates back to 2005, has welcomed several new models. Deluxe novelties have an additional indicator at the 6-o’clock position, where the date pointer is combined with the moon phase indicator.

Longines Master Collection Moonphase L2.919.4.92.0

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New products feature round steel cases with a diameter of 40 or 42 millimeters, framing three types of dials. The first one is a black with a barleycorn pattern and printed Roman hour marks; a silver with barley-grain pattern and printed Arabic hour markings; and a dark-blue one with sunray finish and applied hour indexes.

Exacting connoisseurs can get a 40-mm version of these luxury watches in all three color options of the dial. Instead of the applied hour indexes, there could be 13 diamonds with a total weight of 0.059 carats.

Longines Master Collection Moonphase L2.919.4.78.3

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A new automatic caliber L899 (ETA A31.L91) with 3.5Hz balance and a power reserve of 64 hours is responsible for the mechanical side of the stunning wristwatches. It is visible through the transparent caseback, and it is built based on an exclusive Longines mechanism L888.

Leather straps (black for the black dial, blue for the blue one, and brown for the silver dial), as well as a steel 5-link bracelet,  contribute to the comfortable wear of the luxury watch on the wrist. In both cases, they are combined with a triple butterfly clasp with a push mechanism.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Date Limited Edition 

The famous manufacturer joined has replenished its Polaris collection, which premiered at SIHH 2018, with a limited edition version of the Polaris Date model.

New luxury watch from Jaeger-LeCoultre is released in a steel case with a diameter of 42 millimeters with a 200-meter water-resistance index. The characteristic features of this fancy addition include a convex sapphire crystal, a narrow bezel, two crowns on the right side, and a blind caseback with an engraved image of a submariner.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Date Limited Edition

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The main difference of the novelty from the basic configuration is the dial, where a gradient blue color were used in two elements – an internal disc with the sunray finish and a middle ring with hour markings in the form of applied numbers and trapezoidal indexes.

At the same time, an internal rotating bezel (controlled by the screw-down crown at the 2 o’clock) with a minute scale is endowed with a smooth blue surface, with an embossed rubber strap with the Clous de Paris pattern executed in a matching tone.

An automatic caliber JLC 899A/1 with a 4Hz balance and a power reserve of 38 hours, which is based on caliber 899 featuring a 70-hour power reserve, provides proper operation of this luxury watch.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Date Limited Edition

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The series of impressive timekeeping devices is limited to 800 specimens. A unique engraving on the caseback, which says “Limited edition – One of 800" confirms this fact

Of course, there is an abundance of top-quality timepieces executed in various shades of blue. Check out the Midtown Watch collection of used luxury watches to get yourself an impeccable sky-colored wristwatch at a reasonable price!