Hauntingly Haute Watches
This year’s black-and-orange sports watches are the perfect Halloween accessory. But don’t worry, long after the candy is gone, these statement-making timepieces will still look good.
Fashioned from steel, this Concord C1 Chronograph ($11,900) features a COSC-certified chronometer, as well as date indication and central seconds. Feldmar Watch, 9000 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, 310-274-8016; concord.ch
This Omega Seamaster Co-Axial Planet Ocean Chronometer ($5,800) with an orange rubber strap and bezel is made of steel and houses a mechanical coaxial chronograph movement. 329 N. Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, 310-860-9990; omegawatches.com
From Giantto, the Titanic III ($1,195) features an interchangeable bezel, black dial and orange silicone strap. The Swiss movement offers date indication and chronograph functions. Le Cadeau, Beverly Center Mall, 8500 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, 310-659-8667; giantto.com
From Ernst Benz, this ChronoScope PVD Limited Edition ($5,900) with luminescent hands and markers is crafted in PVD and includes an automatic chronograph movement, carbonfiber dial and exhibition caseback. 8800 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, 310-859-2970; ernstbenz.com
The Core Black Orange ($389) from Suunto offers an alti meter, compass, barometer and storm alarm, as well as sunrise and sunset time and dual time indications. Tourneau Watch Gear, 3333 Bristol St., South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa, 714-432-1290; suunto.com
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