Coldplay Live in Jakarta – Watches are timeless accessories that are expected to be useful during concerts. As you keep track of time on your wrist, you may be confident that you won’t miss or be late for your favorite performance.
Wearing a watch eliminates the need to constantly check the time on your phone and also saves battery life. If you want to be extra safe, get a watch that doesn’t require batteries, like a mechanical watch, to ensure that you always track the right time.
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There are some mechanical watches that will be perfect for the concert time that we covered below for you.
You will require the minimalist look watches for the concert, so they won’t attract pickpockets. This Audemars Piguet is the one with a minimalist look that still has an elegant touch. The 41 mm of 18-carat white gold meets black ceramic in this multifaceted piece, topped off with a smoked grey dial finished with vertical satin-brushing.
This watch is powered by the calibre 4401, a selfwinding movement with a flyback chronograph and 70 hours of power reserve.
For the concert, a tough watch is needed because your wrist will be clashing against the other people or objects there. Hublot has the answer for it with their Hublot Big Bang Integrated Green Ceramic.
Hublot has pushed the boundaries of ceramic by increasing the hardness and scratch resistance of this material and enhancing the intensity of its color while retaining its lightness, making it a delight to wear thanks to its low thermal conductivity and its hypoallergenic quality. So you will feel safe enough to dance with this watch on your wrist.
If the concert is classy enough and has a classical line up, let’s get dressed up with a Cartier Tank Must Watch. This new model of Cartier Tank comes with some updates, like rounded brancards, revisited dial proportions, and steel straps with curved links that have been entirely redesigned to be interchangeable.
The Cartier Tank Must large model comes in a 33,7 mm x 25,5 mm case dimension and is powered by a high autonomy quartz movement.
Going to a metal concert and want to go all black? This Zenith Pilot will fit perfectly with your outfit. Crafted in a 40mm black ceramic case, the Pilot Automatic features an entirely new case design with a distinct flat-top round bezel fixed on top of the rounded case. The black opaline dial, with its horizontal grooves, mimics the look of the corrugated metal sheets that make up the fuselage of many older aircraft.
The oversized luminescent Arabic numerals take on a more modern font and are applied as metal markers filled with white Super-LumiNova. This watch is powered by the El Primero 3620 high-frequency manufacture movement, which delivers a power reserve of 60 hours when fully wound.
K-Pop concerts need to be as colorful as the sounds they offer. This Piaget watch comes with a freely turning bezel, set with a single ruby among a ring of diamonds. More vibrant rubies are set on the mother-of-pearl dial of this rose gold diamond watch.
Revel in its contemporary and captivating design; this watch also features an easily-changed interchangeable strap. Inside the case, there’s a reliable quartz movement.
So, there are some recommendations for you. You can pick the one that suits you the most, or you can visit The Time Place boutique for more information.