What makes a spring watch, a spring watch? Is it the bright dial colors? Is it comfortability and ease of wear? Will it survive a sudden rain shower? A bit of everything, we say. And we've round up our favorites to point you in the right direction.
AC00 Version 6 - A must-have this spring. Between the shimmering sunburst blue dial and mesh bracelet, the AC00 will be sure to catch some eyes when you're out in the sun. While also available in Champagne and Green, the AC00 Version 6 is a truly versatile piece worthy of any collection.
AK00 Version 3 - Spring-time is the natural time to add some textures and patterns to your wardrobe. The runner up to our inaugural Orient Challenge Tournament, the RA-AK0008S10B features a guilloche pattern that you can get lost in for days. Speaking of days, this watch also features a day of the week and calendar complication, which is just one many fine details this watch has to offer.
Symphony IV - The Symphony IV has all of the features and classic stylings you've come to expect over the years including a sapphire crystal which was previously only available on the very limited Symphony II. With its Roman Numeral markers, the Symphony IV also mixes up the formula of what you can expect from the Symphony collection.
Helios - Not every watch we're wearing this spring has a pop of color. Sometimes we like to wear something a bit on the muted side, like the gray Helios. Don't let the neutral look fool you though; the Helios also sports an ombre finish on the dial which makes it look great from any angle.
Kamasu - We couldn't write an article about what we're wearing this spring without mentioning the winner of the first ever Orient Challenge Tournament. With its sapphire crystal and tough case the green Kamasu can stand up to anything you throw at it. The long lasting luminous hour markers and bezel pip will take you from your daytime activities well into the night.