Jacob Osborn

20 Best Green Dial Watches Money Can (Sometimes) Buy | Man of Many


1. Patek Philippe Nautilus

Arguably the most iconic sports watch in existence, Patek Philippe’s Nautilus now comes with a warm olive green dial. The powerfully minimalist layout features a slate-like texture, baton indices, and compact date window. Flip it over to witness self-winding calibre through the transparent sapphire crystal case-back. We could go on but let’s be honest, you knew this was one of the best as soon as you saw the words “Patek Philippe green dial.”

2. Audemars Piguet Royal Oak ‘Jumbo’

As one of the most iconic watches on earth, Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak is somewhat of a staple on these lists, however, the revamped green dial version adds a certain nuance to the mix. Made with an entirely platinum case, the ‘Jumbo’ Extra-Thin has. smoked green dial that differs from its stablemates. It has a 39mm diameter and measures 8.1mm in height and is around two and a half times the weight of stainless steel variation. If you’ve got the wrist strength and the AUD$130,000 to pay for it, it’s hard to go past this release.

3. TAG Heuer Monaco Green

Forever synonymous with world-class auto races, TAG Heuer pays tribute to the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique like never before. As the event’s official sponsor, they recently introduced a Monaco with a fresh green dial for the very first time. Between that and its signature square case, the chronograph defies convention with seamless fortitude.

4. IWC Portugieser Chronograph Green Dial

One of IWC’s most coveted models, the Portugieser strikes an expert balance between elegant design and conspicuous functionality. While 41mm in diameter, the razor-thin bezel makes that glorious green dial seem larger than life. From this backdrop there springs a symphony of precision-oriented details, including applied Arabic numerals, two vertical subdials, and an inner réhaut. Visible through the case-back is the brand’s own 69355 calibre and its column-wheel design.

5. Longines Legend Diver Bronze with Green Dial

With their established history of innovative design and top-shelf performance, Longines are masters of the sky and sea alike. This Legend Diver is a legend indeed and it flanks a classical green dial with a bronze case, staying the course at up (or down, rather) to 30 bar. Look for the winged hourglass logo and accept nothing less. There are plenty of dive watches for sale in this world, but few that look this sophisticated.

6. Montblanc Heritage Green & Gold

True to form, Montblanc’s Heritage collection takes inspiration from mid-20th-century Minerva wristwatches. This particular iteration combines a dark green dial with a polished case of 18K yellow gold to dressy perfection. It measures 40mm in diameter and just 11.65mm thick and cranks huge impressions out of subtle details. Driving home the unique vibe is a strap of green sfumato alligator skin.
If only the most radical green watch will suffice, look no further than this one from MB&F x H. Moser. Representing a truly collaborative effort, it shares palpable DNA from both luxury brands. That might sound like an overstuffed model in the making and yet this conceptual stunner takes things in the opposite direction, stripping away a host of traditional details to favour a “back to basics” approach. Get it in a Cosmic Green fumé sunburst dial before it’s gone.

7. MB&F x H. Moser LM101 Green

Between its textured display and angular case construction, the Presage Sharp Edged Series delivers contrast within contrast, bouncing light at different angles to create subtle colour variations. With the green dial, Seiko takes inspiration from evergreen trees and thereby combines modern fashion with the beauty of nature.

8. Seiko Presage Sharp Edged Series

Dressed in solid yellow gold with a stunning green dial, this GMT Master II is an absolute showstopper. Its 24-hour rotating bezel is designed to exhibit two different time zones at once, hence the name. Expect all the Rolex features you’ve come to know and love, which have been aped ad nauseam by a slew of other brands. But why go with an imitator when you can score the real deal instead? While you’re at it, can you buy one for us?

9. Gold Rolex GMT Master II with Green Dial

10. Omega Seamaster 300 Malachite

Already the stuff of legend, Omega’s Seamaster 300 has us seeing green in all the best ways. Its brilliant green dial is crafted from precious malachite stone and all the more captivating as a result. Surrounding that is a green ceramic bezel with an OMEGA Ceragold diving scale. Under dark conditions, “vintage” Super-LumiNova brings the 18K yellow gold hands to life. Presented on a green leather strap, this 41mm watch is utterly hypnotic.
With a nickname like “Hulk,” one might expect an ostentatious display of raging colour. On the contrary, this iconic green watch from Rolex bears the classic hallmarks of a signature Submariner. Water-resistant to 300m, it features an eye-popping green dial, green bezel, and trusty 40mm case of brushed oystersteel. Should you see this magnificent dive watch for sale, consider taking the plunge because it was recently discontinued.

11. Green Rolex Submariner “Hulk”

12. Piaget Polo S Emerald Green Limited-Edition Watch

The famous guilloche textured dial of Piaget’s Polo S was available in emerald green for a limited time. Tilt the dial at a certain angle and elegant green becomes more of a light blue. Pink gold indices, a tight date window, and a steel case help yield an expert study in contrasts. Equal parts sporty and luxurious, the watch upholds a timeless vintage aesthetic.

13. Breitling Premier B01 Bentley British Racing Green

Breitling and Bentley celebrate their enduring partnership with this classic 42mm chronograph. It punctuates a British racing green dial with contrasting black subdials and other bold details. Flip the green face watch over to discover a transparent sapphire case-back, which puts the self-winding chronometer-certified movement on glorious display.

14. Panerai Luminor 1950 8 Days GMT Green Dial

Green watches don’t get more exclusive (or coveted) than this one from Panerai Luminor, which delivers a whopping 8-day power reserve. Measuring 44mm in diameter, it turns the interplay between its green dial face, brown leather strap, and steel case into a work of wearable art. The signature display details also bring forth their own distinguished sense of retro harmony, the kind that only this brand can provide. Good luck finding one.

15. Oris Aquis Date Green Dial

The Rolex-inspired vibes are strong on this more affordable counterpart, which similarly hails from Switzerland and goes big on form and function alike. Vibrant green and polished steel once again proves itself a superlative combination and who are we (or you) to argue?

16. Bvlgari Octo Green Face Watch

Distinguished by subtle geometry, Bvlgari’s Octo looks all the more stunning in green. The sunray and lacquered-polished dial employs a classical layout with hand-applied indices and a date aperture. Around the back, in-house manufacture movement is likewise dressed to impress and visible through a transparent window.

17. Seiko Prospex Green “Sumo” Diver’s Watch

Touting classic design elements, a modest price tag, and a dark green dial, Seiko’s third-generation “Sumo” is everything you want out of a modern dive watch. It’s water-resistant to 200m, protected by sapphire glass, equipped with a 70-hour power reserve, and effortlessly ergonomic.

18. H. Moser & Cie Streamliner Green Dial

Taking its name to heart, the Streamliner Centre Seconds eschews superfluous details in its quest for minimalist majesty. Integrated with a single-link bracelet, the watch exhibits fluid grace and unfettered precision at every ergonomic turn. Behold the wondrous gradients of its Matrix Green fumé dial, which gives off all kinds of warm and handsome vibes.
A Patek Philippe for those you like sparkle without the exorbitant price tag. This 36-mm stainless steel reference features two offset rows totalling 160 brilliant-cut diamonds and is highlighted by a sunburst finish. Better still, the entirely hand-polished steel bracelet is fitted with a patented fold-over clasp secured with four independent catches.

19. Patek Philippe Twenty-4 Automatic

20. Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Tribute Small Seconds

Jaeger-LeCoultre’s most famous watch got an updated green dial in 2021 and it was a stunning addition. The Reverso Tribute Small Seconds in deep green pays homage to colourful originals of the 1930s, highlighted by the signature art deco aesthetic. The stainless steel case houses the manual-winding movement in this truly colourful release.
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