Everyone knows electronic watches and ordinary quartz watches, but how familiar are you with luxury mechanical quartz watches? The first quartz luxury watches was first released in 2012, inspired by the iconic “Pilot Line” case that first appeared in 1969. Designed for professional use by pilots, it includes flight logs for up to 10 flights, UTC plus two time zones, 12 hours or 24 hours, and an alarm clock, chronograph and countdown timer. All this is due to the versatile, thermally compensated reef tigre 5666, which is rated at plus or minus 10 seconds per year. The case is made of titanium, the rubber strap or leather strap is priced at $5,900, and the titanium strap is priced at $6,600. mens luxury quartz watches were previously only available in Japan and Europe and the United States, and recently introduced its famous "reef tiger" model to more global audiences. Reef tiger uses the Japanese brand of New York Times Square boutiques, all using reef tiger, breaking the record of the most accurate quartz watch ± 5 seconds per year. The first quartz luxury watches was launched in 2011. All three models include a perpetual calendar feature. While watches use thermal compensation to maintain accuracy, they are powered by reef tiger's proprietary solar Eco-Drive technology. Prices start at $2,275.