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16 Perfect Pink Dial Watches for Every Wrist

Oris Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy Pink

There’s no beating around the bush, historically pink has always been considered a feminine colour, especially in such a reserved industry as watchmaking. However, tastes and interests are changing and now more than ever the arbitrary labels of masculine and feminine mean less and less in design space. One way that has been recognised is the increased interest in pink dial watches from brands both big and small.

Nomos Club Campus Deep Pink

Nomos Club Campus Deep Pink

Instead of the pale shell or bubble gum pinks often used in watches, the Nomos Club Campus Deep Pink opt for a darker shade. It’s in the region of fuchsia or magenta, giving it a richly saturated tone. That bold colour suits the Club Campus very well with the graphic style of its thick numerals positioned in a California style display. It measures 36mm in diameter and houses the manual wind Alpha calibre with 43-hour power reserve.

Case/dial: 36mm diameter x 8.2mm thickness, stainless steel, pink dial
Ref: 711
Water resistance: 100m (10 bar)
Movement: Nomos calibre Alpha, manual winding, 17 jewels, 21,600 vph (3 Hz) frequency, 43h power reserve
Strap: Grey Velour leather
Price: £1,300

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Rolex Day-Date 36 Pink

Rolex Day-Date 36

Even the brand with The Crown has a handful of pink watches, including the sporty Oyster Perpetual. At 36mm it’s on the smaller size but these days that’s not so much of a controversial thing as tastes and trends are favouring smaller diameters. It features the signature smooth bezel of the collection, steel bracelet and bar indexes, making for a very restrained but highly versatile design. Plus, it houses a great movement, the Calibre 3230 with 70-hour power reserve.

Case/dial: 36mm diameter stainless steel, candy pink dial
Ref: 126000
Water resistance: 100m (10 bar)
Movement: Rolex calibre 3230, automatic, 31 jewels, 28,800 vph (4 Hz) frequency, 70h power reserve
Strap: Three-link stainless steel bracelet with folding clasp
Price: £5,300

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Omega Aqua Terra Shades Pink

Omega Aqua Terra Shades

At 34mm the Omega Aqua Terra Shades Pink is really pushing it in terms of sizes that would be considered overtly feminine. Not unexpected in the arena of pink watches, which is a colour traditionally associated with women. The case is made from stainless steel but adding an extra layer of luxury are the white gold hands, indexes and date window. It houses the Omega Master Chronometer calibre 8800, giving it some serious horological specs.

Case/dial: 34mm diameter x 11.9mm thickness, stainless steel, shell pink dial
Water resistance: 150m (15 bar)
Movement: Omega calibre 8800, automatic, 24 jewels, 25,200 vph (3.5 Hz) frequency, 55h power reserve
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet with fold over butterfly clasp
Price: £6,200

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Oris Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy Pink

Oris Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy

One of the most popular pink dial watches in recent years is the Oris Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy, released as part of a collection of pastel dial divers. It has very svelte dimensions for a dive watch, with a diameter of 38mm and a water resistance of 100m. All of which is in keeping with the fact that it’s a skin diver inspired by the sixties – a skin diver being a type of dive watch designed for use without any diving apparatus, meaning it predominantly stays at the surface of the water.

Case/dial: 38mm diameter, stainless steel with minutes scale top ring, pink dial
Ref: 01 733 7771 4058-07 8 19 18
Water resistance: 100m (10 bar)
Movement: Oris calibre 733, automatic, 26 jewels, 28,800 vph (4 Hz) frequency, 38h power reserve
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet
Price: £2,100

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Zenith Chronomaster Sport Pink

Zenith Chronomaster Sport Pink Limited Edition

Proceeds from the sales of the 500 limited edition Zenith Chronomaster Sport Pink watches go to the Susan G. Komen foundation. The foundation aims to assist breast cancer patients in the US. It also happens to be a cool interpretation of the Chronomaster, with a full steel case and bezel measuring 41mm in diameter and a light shell pink dial. It houses the El Primero 3600 with a 60-hour power reserve, a descendent from one of the most legendary chronograph movements of all time.

Case/dial: 41mm diameter, stainless steel, pink-toned sunray-patterned dial
Ref: 03.3109.3600/18.M3100
Water resistance: 100m (10 bar)
Movement: Zenith calibre El Primero, automatic, 31 jewels, 311 parts, 36,000 vph (5 Hz) frequency, 60h power reserve
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet
Price: £10,700, limited to 500 pieces

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Grand Seiko Sakura-Kakushi

Grand Seiko Sakura-Kakushi

Grand Seiko are one of the first brands that comes to mind when I think of pink dial watches because of their Sakura models. Watches from across their various subcollections that draw inspiration from the same place, cherry blossom. The most recent addition to these pink watches is the Sakura-Kakushi, a hi-beat model that represents late winter snows covering blossoms. It’s powered by the calibre 9S85.

Case/dial: 38mm diameter x 12.9mm thickness, titanium, pink dial
Water resistance: 100m (10 bar)
Movement: Seiko calibre 9S85, automatic with manual winding, 37 jewels, 36,000 vph (5 Hz) frequency, 55h power reserve
Strap: Titanium bracelet with three-fold clasp with push button release
Price: £6,950

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Paulin Modul C

Paulin Modul C

Scottish brand Paulin has experienced a resurgence of popularity after joining forces with fellow Scottish watch brand anOrdain. The flagship watch to come from their revamp is the Modul, a cool retro timepiece available in three colours including the Modul C in pink. The bright colours and chunky typography give the piece a distinctly 70s vibe. It houses the La Joux-Perret G101 automatic movement.

Case/dial: 39mm diameter x 9.7mm thickness, stainless steel, pink lacquer dial
Water resistance: 100m (10 bar)
Movement: La Joux-Perret calibre G101, automatic, 24 jewels, 28,800 vph (4 Hz) frequency, 68h power reserve
Strap: Light grey suede
Price: £900

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Tag Heuer Carrera Date Pink

Tag Heuer Carrera Date

The Tag Heuer Carrera Date in pink is a bold and striking interpretation of the classic sports watch. The relative simplicity of its case really turns the dial into the focal point of the watch, emphasising the pink. At 36mm it falls into that region where it’s well suited for women while also technically being unisex, adding a vibrant splash of colour to anyone’s wrist. The movement inside is the Calibre 7, which is a solid automatic piece with 56-hour power reserve.

Case/dial: 36mm diameter, stainless steel, pink dial
Ref: WBN2313.BA0001
Water resistance: 50m (5 bar)
Movement: Tag Heuer calibre 7, automatic, 25 jewels, 28,800 vph (4 Hz) frequency, 56h power reserve
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet with folding clasp push buttons
Price: £2,850

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ID Geneve Circular S Pink

ID Geneve Circular S Pink

Aside from having Leonardo DiCaprio as one of their investors, ID Geneve are best known for their sustainable approach to watchmaking. All of their watches are produced using recycled steel and the Circular S is produced using a solar furnace. The light pink dial features a radial sunburst pattern created through laser engraving. Completing the watch is the ETA 2824 movement inside the 41mm case.

Case/dial: 41mm diameter x 9.65mm thickness, stainless steel case, pink sunray brushed dial
Water resistance: 50m (5 bar)
Movement: ETA calibre 2824-2, automatic, 24 jewels, 28,800 vph (4 Hz) frequency, 38h power reserve
Strap: Vegea textile or Treekind recycled fabric
Price: CHF 4,440 (approx. £3,900, VAT & customs duties not included), limited to 300 pieces

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Seiko Cocktail Time Cosmopolitan

Seiko Cocktail Time Cosmopolitan

For what must be one of the most accessible mechanical watches with a pink dial, look no further than the Seiko Cocktail Time Cosmopolitan. At £360 it’s great value with the 4R35 movement featuring a 41-hour power reserve. The dial has a gentle pink colour and a sunray brushed dial. Like all Cocktail Time watches it’s based on a specific cocktail, and in this case that’s the Cosmopolitan.

Case/dial: 33.8mm diameter x 11.3mm thickness, stainless steel, pink dial
Water resistance: 50m (5 bar)
Movement: Seiko calibre 4R35, automatic with manual winding, 23 jewels, 21,600 vph (3 Hz) frequency, 41h power reserve
Strap: Three-fold clasp with push button release
Price: £360

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Fears Brunswick 40 Pink

Fears Brunswick 40 Flamingo Pink

One of most pleasant surprises of 2022 (was it really that long ago?) was the launch of the Fears Brunswick 40 Pink. As a heritage British brand Fears have long relied on their backlog of historic models but the Brunswick 40 Pink was the first indication of a new, fun direction for the brand, which has been borne out by subsequent releases. The smoothness of the pink dial is incredibly satisfying to look at.

Case/dial: 40mm diameter, stainless steel, pink dial
Water resistance: 150m (15 bar)
Movement: ETA calibre 2824-2, automatic, 24 jewels, 28,800 vph (4 Hz) frequency, 40h power reserve
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet
Price: £3,750

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Venezianico Neriede GMT Rosa

Venezianico Neriede GMT Rosa

The Venezianico Neriede GMT Rosa is named after a World War One submarine built in the navy yard of Venezianico’s home city, Venice. Presented in the Rosa colourway, it has a bright pink dial with a 24-hour GMT bezel with day/night indication split between pink and white. The Seiko NH34A movement housed inside is protected by the 39mm diameter case with 200m water resistance.

Case/dial: 39mm diameter x 13.3mm, stainless steel, pink dial with pink and white bezel
Water resistance: 200m (20 bar)
Movement: Seiko calibre NH34A, automatic, 24 jewels, 21,600 vph (3 Hz) frequency, 41h power reserve
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet
Price: €512.50 (approx. £440)

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Squale 1521 Onda Pink

Squale 1521 Onda Pink

While it has a light and playful aesthetic thanks to its pink dial and white strap with matching pink stitching, the Squale 1521 Onda Pink is a serious dive watch. It has a large 42mm diameter case and a 500m water resistance rating, making it a versatile professional tool. The dial itself features a wave pattern, making it look like the pink reflection of the sky at sunset in the waves of the ocean. The movement inside is the Sellita SW200-1 Elaboré.

Case/dial: 42mm diameter stainless steel case, pink dial
Ref: 1521PK
Water resistance: 50m (5 bar)
Movement: Sellita calibre SW200-1 Elaboré, automatic, 26 jewels, 28,800 vph (4 Hz) frequency, 38h power reserve
Strap: Canvas strap with quick release pins
Price: CHF 1,253 (approx. £1,100)

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Nodus Unity Blossom Pink

Nodus Unity Blossom Pink

The highlight of the Nodus Unity Blossom Pink is the fixed ceramic insert in the bezel, providing a burst of rich colour across the bezel in addition to being durable. With a name like Blossom Pink (and the fact you’ve made it this far in the article) I likely don’t need to say what colour has been used for the dial and bezel. It’s equipped with the Miyota Cal. 9015 with 41-hour power reserve.

Case/dial: 36.5mm diameter x 11.3mm thickness, stainless steel, stamped sunray pink dial
Water resistance: 150m (15 bar)
Movement: Miyota calibre 9015, automatic, 24 jewels, 28,800 vph (4 Hz) frequency, 41h power reserve
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet
Price: £499

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Tudor Black Bay Chrono Inter Miami CF Pink

Tudor Black Bay Chrono ‘Pink’

Earlier this year Tudor announced that it has become the official watch partner of Inter Miami CF, the football club owned by their ambassador David Beckham. In celebration of the partnership, they released the Tudor Black Bay Chrono Inter Miami CF with a bicompax chronograph dial in the signature pink of the club. It’s powered by the MT5813 automatic movement with 70-hour power reserve and priced at £4,790 but how to buy one or how many are being produced has yet to be revealed – one to ask Tudor about directly if you’re interested.

Case/dial: 41mm diameter, stainless steel, pink dial with black subdials
Water resistance: 200m (20 bar)
Movement: Tudor calibre MT5813, automatic, 47 jewels, 28,800 vph (4 Hz) frequency, 70h power reserve
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet with Tudor ‘T-fit’ rapid adjustment clasp
Price: £4,790

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H Moser and Cie Streamliner Alpine Pink Livery

H. Moser & Cie. Streamliner Cylindrical Tourbillon Skeleton Alpine Limited Edition

With the risk of sounding like a broken record, earlier this year H. Moser & Cie. announced that it had become the official watch partner of Alpine, the motorsport team. In celebration of the partnership, they released the H. Moser & Cie. Streamliner Alpine Pink Livery with a pink strap and synthetic pink corundum hour and minute subdial. It’s based on the Streamliner Tourbillon Skeleton with cylindrical hairspring, powered by the calibre HMC 811.

Case/dial: 42.3mm diameter, stainless steel, skeletonised/open dial
Water resistance: 120m (12 bar)
Movement: H. Moser calibre HMC 811, automatic, 28 jewels, 21,600 vph (3 Hz) frequency, 74h power reserve
Strap: Pink rubber
Price: CHF 89,000 (approx. £78,200), limited 20 pieces

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Michael Sonsino

As Digital Editor for Oracle Time, Michael needs an eye for detail, which makes it a good thing that his twin joys in life are miniatures and watches. He's a lifelong fan of fine timepieces, especially those of a more historic nature - if it has a twist of Art Deco, all the better. Recent purchase: Seiko Prospex 1959 Alpinist Modern Re-Interpretation. Grail watch: Vacheron Constantin Historiques American 1921.