A white dial plus a white strap would seem to be the most win-win combination. It doesn't matter if you are going to spend the summer in a metropolis or a small resort town. Audemars Piguet offers white watches in its new but already popular Code 11.59 line.
Cartier has released a special limited edition model inspired by the linen hat of Albert Santos-Dumont. The House of Chanel has been continuing its super successful J12 collection made of high-tech ceramics for 20 years - recall that the very first black watches were released in it, and the first white J12s appeared in 2003.
The problem of yellowing and fading of white was solved by Roger Dubuis. The craftsmen of this extravagant brand have developed a completely white material - mineral composite fiber (MCF) based on silicon dioxide. Thanks to the correct dose of pigment in the epoxy resin, the new material is not exposed to UV radiation and does not yellow over time. The sophisticated Excalibur Twofold model with a double flying tourbillon was made of innovative material (one more bonus: the watch glows in the dark).
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The soiling of white, of course, worries. But here the most effective remedies come to the rescue, for example, tooth powder or white toothpaste without additives and dyes and a soft toothbrush.>