Patek Philippe’s end-of-series reference 5711 watches feature olive green sunray dials. Audemars Piguet ref. 15202 in platinum features a non-tapisserie green dial, also with sunray finish. The top quality replica Audemars Piguet also launched a stunning green dial flying tourbillon in titanium with an emerald bezel, which is, to me, the most ravishing watch of 2021 so far that I know I can’t afford.
They also dropped a green dial Royal Oak Selfwinding Chronograph — this watch features the cal. 2385, which will likely be replaced eventually by the brand’s in-house cal. 4401 movement that powers the new brown and blue dial versions of the same watch.
Jaeger-LeCoultre super clone unveiled a damnably beautiful green sunray dial Reverso Tribute Small Seconds watch. Breitling offered its handsome 40mm Premier Chronograph in a pistachio green dial. Cartier’s delightful Tank Must comes in a green dial variation that is apparently as popular as the highly sought after signature red dial version. Panerai’s new eSteel Luminor Marina, which boasts a recycled steel case, comes in a green dial as well (the PAM 1356) that will be sold exclusively at the boutiques. Rolex offered its new Oyster Datejust 36mm in a green palm motif dial, which I have decided to dub the “Snoop Dogg.”
Tudor’s new fully brushed gold Black Bay Fifty-Eight offers you a see-through caseback as well as a green dial and bezel. TAG Heuer’s very cool new Aquaracer comes in a kickass sandblasted grade 2 titanium version with a green luminous ceramic bezel inset and dial. The green leather strap copy Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Concept “Tribute to La Côte-aux-Fées” features green elements, and even Speake-Marin’s Openworked Dual Time was looking fresh in mint green livery.