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The watch rainbow

Whilst black and white watches look clean, sophisticated, and timeless you can’t deny that colourful watches are fun and full of character. In this week’s blog we will be exploring some of our favourite colourful watches that we’ve ever had in stock a.k.a. our watch rainbow.


Starting our rainbow off strong we have the Omega Seamaster 300m Red Dial (2552.61). Because of how rare this particular watch is, we’ve only ever managed to get a hold of 1 of these at The Watch Village. The reason why this Omega is so rare is because it was released exclusively in Japan for a retailer called Marui.

The 36 mm diameter watch features the stand out bright red dial with the iconic Omega wave pattern. The red dial is amplified beautifully against the stainless steel case and bracelet.


For the orange part of our rainbow we have the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean ( This piece features an orange ceramic unidirectional diving bezel which looks great with the contrasting white dial. The whole look is brought together with the orange Arabic numerals on the dial at the 6, 9, and 12 o’clock positions.

The case of this watch is made of stainless steel and measures in at 46.5 mm. This eye-catching watch is powered by the Omega Master Chronometer Calibre 8900 automatic movement, which can be seen thanks to the transparent case back.


For yellow how could we go with anything else other than the iconic Breitling SuperOcean (A17367021I1S2). That vibrant yellow dial is a real showstopper, especially when against the black diving bezel and black rubber strap. This watch measures in at 44 mm making it a very easy to read when paired with the large Arabic numerals.

With a water resistance of up to 1000 meters, this watch is perfect for water sports lovers. The stainless steel case back houses the Breitling Calibre 17 automatic movement.


The Tag Heuer Monaco Limited Edition (CBL2116) is definitely our winner for green. The 39 mm square case showcases a subtle green dial that has the most beautiful sunburst effect, making it glisten a gorgeous shade of green in the sunlight but then fading into a deep forest green (almost black) when light isn’t hitting the dial. The shade of green on the dial was exclusive for TAG which had never been used on any of their watches before this one. Tag released this watch to pay homage to the Monaco Grand Prix, which Tag are the official sponsors and timekeepers of. To make this watch even more special it is 1 of only 500.

The case back allows you to see the Calibre Heuer 02 automatic movement which has splashes of green, tying the whole watch together.


The Tudor Pelagos (M25600TB) is actually the watch which made us fall in love with Tudor as a brand. The whole watch is really nice but we particularly love the matt blue which is used on the unidirectional bezel and the dial. The watch just has a lovely soft look, in my opinion, due to the matt blue and the satin finish on the 42 mm titanium and steel case and bracelet.

The watch is powered by the Calibre MT5612 and has a water resistance of 500 meters. The clasp on the bracelet is also a really clever bit of kit which has an auto-adjustable spring mechanism so the bracelet can be adjusted whilst diving. It’s safe to say this is a great diving watch.


Last but not least we have the stunning Rolex Oyster Red Grape (114300) for our favourite purple watch, how could we not? The sunburst effect on the dial makes the rich purple colour so eye-catching.

The stainless steel case and bracelet allow the purple dial to be the centre of attention on this watch but also gives it a clean and simple aesthetic. This watch is powered by the calibre 3132 automatic movement.


So that brings us to the end of our rainbow, unfortunately there won't be a pot of gold at the end of this one though. There is a nice watch waiting for you though, haha. I hope you enjoyed taking a look at these fantastic colourful watches. Thanks for reading, have a great day :)


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