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The Best Green Dial Watches for Your Outfit

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Green Dials:

Due to their impartiality, black and blue are 2 of the most often used colors in watchmaking. Nevertheless, if you browse the catalogs for the majority of premium companies, you’ll see a lot of green dial timepieces available. And they are ranging from dress and sporting pieces to diving watches.

It is no wonder that green is a well-liked dial shade for all types of clocks, given that it is a beautiful, brilliant shade that is frequently connected with life and natural surroundings.Here are thus some of the best green dial timepieces that are certain to catch your eye:


Rolex Oyster Perpetual 41mm Ref. 124300:

The tri-handed Oyster Perpetual line from Rolex is the luxury watchmaker’s entry-level version, yet it still carries a lot of fashionable cachets.


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This 41-millimeter Rolex variant features an Oyster casing that is waterproof up to 100 meters as well as a greenish sunray-finished dial featuring hands and indicators treated in Rolex’s exclusive long-glowing Chromalight material. All these carry the company’s illustrious heritage of employing green on the dials.


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Furthermore, this concept, like all contemporary Rolex timepieces, comprises an in-house movement with a variety of patented characteristics. It includes the extremely effective nickel phosphorus Chronegery escapement as well as the antimagnetic Parachrom hairspring.

Together, they contribute to the device’s power reserve of 70 hours and chronometer-certified precision.


IWC Portugieser Ref. IW371615:

One of the hallmarks of the Schaffhausen-based company is IWC’s Portugieser line, which was first developed in 1939 at the request of a Portuguese customer. The linear bicompax chronograph model was released several years ago, featuring a dark greenish sunray display.

Moving seconds and lapsed hour subdials are somewhat sunken and covered by Feuille pointers at 6 and 12, respectively. Also, the minute meter and a 14-second scale on the rim are placed around the Arabic numerals to provide accurate readings for the center Chrono seconds indicator.


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The IWC manufacturing Caliber 69355 ticks within the stainless steel casing; its incorporated chronograph features are managed by a column wheel and outfitted with a flyback feature.

The movement is likewise equipped with IWC’s recognizable, efficiency-driven Pellaton wound mechanism, visible below a sapphire caseback.


Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Tribute:

Reversible spinning casing and original sporting watch structure made Jaeger-iconic LeCoultre’s dress piece, the Reverso, a useful tool for polo gamers during a tournament. Since it was first launched in 1931, the Reverso has undergone many changes. However, the primary three-handed Reverso Tribute variant resembles its predecessor’s legendary Art Deco style.


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The sunray green dial includes Dauphine markers, trapezoidal attached hour indicators, and little seconds subdial at six o’clock. On the other hand, the rectangle casing has the model’s sleek outlines and gadroons. Within the case also runs a mechanically wound Caliber 822 by Jaeger-LeCoultre tailored to fit its gentle rectangular measurements.

Casa Fagliano, an Argentina retailer of upscale polo footwear, made the watch’s leather band. It was designed to match the dial’s shades of forest green and pays homage to the Reverso’s roots as a polo watch.


Seiko Prospex Alpinist:

The Alpinist, the first exclusively designed Seiko sporting watch, began in 1959 with a variant intended for outdoor enthusiasts like climbers, as its title suggests. This more recent addition to the Japanese watchmaker’s Prospex line draws design inspiration from the now-classic SARB017 model. It also gives the old timepiece a more modern makeover.


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The cathedral indexes, gold highlights on the markings and numbers, and the magnification lens above the date at three o’clock accurately represent the historical design.

The dark green dial contrasting elegantly with the gold decorations, the “X” mark indicating the watch is a part of the Prospex series over six o’clock, as well as the 6R35 automated caliber are all new to this variant.


Omega Seamaster Diver 300:

After its premiere in 1993, the Omega Seamaster Diver 300M quickly rose to fame in movies as James Bond’s preferred timepiece. This attractive tool piece with a stainless steel casing and a sporting rubber strap is currently offered in a variety of hues and finishes.


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The casing’s unidirectional bezel includes a scalloped border for comfort in the hand and a ceramic inset featuring a white enamel gauge to indicate dive periods. A screw-down crown ensures the watch’s 300M waterproofing, which is improved by a helium escape valve.

The ripple design and skeletonized markers are featured on the greenish ceramic dial, which is also composed of ceramic. Furthermore, Omega added a sapphire crystal caseback, allowing a glimpse of the automated, coaxial Caliber 8800, given the model’s exceptional waterproofness.


Glashütte Original SeaQ Green Dial:

The Spezimatic Type RP TS 200 is a timepiece created by the German company’s predecessor for recreation diving and introduced in 1969. It inspired the SeaQ diving watch, which is part of Glashütte Original’s Spezialist range of sporting luxury watches. Its 39.5 mm-diameter stainless steel casing includes a variety of finished and textured surfaces.

Moreover, the company created the deep “reed green” hue used on the dial and ceramic insert of the unidirectional spinning dive-scale bezel.


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The SeaQ complies with worldwide ISO 6425 and German DIN 8306 diving watch regulations. Its solid embossed caseback shields the in-house Glashütte Original Caliber 39-11 (which has a power reserve of 40 hours) from depths as low as 200M.


Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph:

Over the past years, Audemars Piguet has increased the variety of colors it uses. Rolex, in 2020, unveiled three additional variations of its Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph in polished black ceramic casings. These watches’ displays differ slightly but noticeably from their ancestors by using Arabic hour numbers rather than the latter’s baton indicators.


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The waffle-theme “Mega Tapisserie” dial and the octagonal bezel featuring exposed screws on this model are colored smoky green. This tone has been a signature of the Royal Oak line since the original model made its notable premiere in 1972.

Moreover, the matte ceramic casing is harmoniously contrasted with the green color in the pushers, crown, and rubber strap.


Patek Philippe Nautilus Olive Green Dial ref 5711/1A

Patek Philippe as a brand, needs no presentation and what makes the 5711/1A “Olive Green” stand out is in fact the green dial. The color seemed to be the *watch colour* of year 2021 it seemed, like Turquoise was during 2022.


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Up-close you´ll see how subtle this model is., and the olive tone in combination with the light-gray stainless steel is so gentle that in certain lighting it can look grey or even black, but when you do get it in the light perfectly, it’s a fantastic dial colour.


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Final Thoughts 

There are several green dial watches available, and each one features a different, unique design. The market has a variety of choices regarding green dial timepieces, whether you’re looking for a traditional model, a modern watch, or perhaps an avant-garde concept. In short, you have all the choices you could want with these watches, which also come in a wide range of aesthetics and cost ranges!

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