The best all-white watches at every price point
All-white watches are a bit underepresented in the watch world. We've managed to find some of the most elegant and pristine watches at every price point.
G Shock S Series GMAS130-7A
Price: AED 480 (approx.)
Casio's G Shock is one of the most reliable watch brands ever made, more durable than many watches that you could sink thousands and thousands into.
This white S-Series somehow manages to make the bulky watch feel a bit lighter than it is, giving the fairly complex dial and bit of a cleaner look.
Unlike other white watches that throw in a bit of colour, G Shock has fully comitted to the minimalist colourscheme and it's a choice that it really rocks.
Junghans Form A 100 Jahre Bauhaus
Price: AED 3,955 (approx.)
A special Form A watch, limited to 1000 pieces, uses squares of colour from the Itten’s wheel to pick out each hour on the dial.
Junghans is a German brand really enforcing the idea of German efficiency with this watch, with a sturdy automatic movement and a no fuss, but still fun dial.
This smooth watch sports an elegant Milanese strap, matching with the shiny hands of the dial nicely and really making the whole watch look that bit more special.
Rado True Thinline White
Price: AED 7,400 (approx.)
The True Thinline is the thinnest ceramic watch that Rado has ever produced, with the cases of the quartz models measuring 4.9 millimeters thick.
This is perhaps the most minimalist watch on the entire list, a time-only watch with just a hint of blue to add that cool factor.
Thanks to how thin it is, it's the perfect quirky little choice for you to slip under the cuff of your tux at a cocktail party.
Nomos Glashütte Tangente Sport Neomatik 42 Date
Price: AED 18,290 (approx.)
Nomos Glashütte's new watch here is confirmation of the whole German efficieny idea, with a clean, incredibly legiable dial with a lot of straight lines.
The dial itself is silver plated, adding an extra little shine, which will go well with the intricate steel bracelet made of 145 seperate pieces.
This watch has a few funky features, an entirely Super-Luminova set of hands, crown guards, a few different colours going on, and a nice 1,000ft of water resistance, as shown in red writing.
Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch White Side of the Moon
Price: AED 44,250 (approx.)
Omega loves the moon and its moonwatches. There's the Dark Side, Darker Side, Grey Side and here we have the White Side.
This impressive co-axial chrono has every part done in white, sticking true to its name.
In case this watch wasn't quite shiny enough for you, there is also an option to have the bezel totally diamond encrusted and have the indexes in white gold. Seriously snazzy.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver In White Ceramic
Price: AED 87,790 (aprox.)
This isn't just any old ceramic, this is Super Ceramic made by Audemars Piguet, more than eight times harder than steel.
This means that the watch takes far, far longer to make than any steel counterpart, a neat little fact you can bring up at parties.
This all white watch is pristine, with the white ceramic being used absolutely everywhere, including case, bezel, pushers and crown.
Hublot Big Bang Unico Titanium White Pave 42mm
Price: AED 104,945 (approx.)
Speaking of diamonds, if the idea of diamonds 'ONLY' around your bezel is sickening, why not pick up this Hublot instead?
This Big Bang makes a boom with a whopping 296 set-diamonds everywhere on the watch.
With a crisp titanium case, shiny diamonds, a white rubber strap and a skeletonised dial, this Hublot has a lot going on, though the white colour scheme still makes it look clean and pristine.
Bell & Ross BR-X2 Tourbillon Micro Rotor
Price: AED 283,930 (approx.)
Bell & Ross is a French brand with its history firmly in aviation watches, it's an unusual and rare sight then to see the brand go for a crazy, tourbillon fitted, skeleton piece like this.
When you're coughing up this much cash for a watch, you start to get things like a case carved out of sapphire crystal - something normally only reserved for the dial itself.
This 99-piece watch sports a cool exposed dial, allowing you to admire the tourbillon cage - one of the holy grails of watch design.
Richard Mille RM 055 'Bubba Watson'
Price: AED 459,130 (approx.)
Probably unsurprisingly, Richard Mille tops the list with the most expensive white watch here, the RM 055 'Bubba Watson'.
Eponymously named for pro golfer Bubba Watson, this super hard ceramic watch can really take a beating, thanks to its extra thick and strong casing.
The skeletonised movement within is made from tough grade 5 titanium, with the whole thing being made with durability and strength in mind. It has one of the most purpose-built movements in any watch.
If none of these watches feel right for you, why not check out our list of the best all-black watches at every price point?