5 Best Danish Watches For Men
Hi everyone, today I wanted to showcase some stunning Danish watch designers and just give you an example of the timepieces they have available. Brands like Skagen and Bering I’ve featured here in the past, but Lars Larsen and Danish Design, not so much.
Below I’ve listed some of the most popular affordable Danish watch designers. I’ve picked out a single watch to showcase you what their watches are like. Typically Danish watches tend to have a minimalist design with a slim casing, this is something that’s extremely popular at the moment.
Many of these brands even featured in our best minimalist watches for men. In that article we took a look at 100 of the most popular minimalist watches currently available, it’s definitely worth checking out.
If you have any questions about any of the Danish watch designers featured in today’s list just comment below and I’ll try and help you out as soon as I can.
1. Skagen Men’s Hagen Danish Watches
First up on our list of the best Danish watches for men is this Skagen minimalist watch. This is a beautifully designed timepiece that’s built with a large 40mm black Ion-plated steel casing that has a slim 8mm depth. The strap is made of a soft genuine leather and fastens with a buckle style clasp.
As is popular with Danish watch designers, this timepiece has a slim casing with a minimalist style dial design. There are these long slim baton style hour markers that stand out well against the white coloured background. There’s even a dash of colour with the clever use of a separate sub-dial for the seconds hand.
This men’s Danish watch is powered by a quartz movement for accurate and reliable timekeeping. It also has a 50m water resistance rating that may come in handy for some.
You can view more of my favourite Skagen Danish watches here.
2. Lars Larsen Danish Watch Designer Sebastian Timepiece
Next up in our list of the most popular Danish watch brands is this Lars Larsen Swiss made timepiece. It’s a stunning example of Danish watch design and the simplistic and minimalist finish we often find on their dials. This Lars Larsen watch has a 41mm stainless steel casing that has a 7mm thickness. It’s been paired up with a multi-coloured fabric strap that fastens with a buckle style clasp.
Featuring popular Scandinavian watch minimalist design the dial keeps almost entirely to a monochrome finish with the exception of the red tipped seconds hand on the sub-dial. The hands have a slim finish to them and the baton style hour markers have a subtle way of making themselves stand out against the dial. There’s also a small date on display at the 3 o’clock position.
This men’s Danish watch from Lars Larsen is powered by a Swiss Ronda quartz movement for accurate and reliable timekeeping. It also has a 50m water resistance rating for reliable timekeeping.
You can read my full Lars Larsen Danish Watch review here soon.
3. Bering Danish Watch Designers Slim Men’s timepiece
Here we have a popular minimalist watch from the Danish watch brand Bering. Bering have a lovely collection of Danish minimalist watches available. This is just one fine example of their beautiful craftsmanship. This men’s Danish watch has a 39mm stainless steel casing with a slim 7mm depth. The strap is made of a soft genuine leather in black and fastens with a buckle style clasp.
The dial has a minimalist finish to it with plenty of open white space and slim silver coloured hands. I like the use of bold dots that are in two different sizes to showcase the hours and 15 minute increments around the dial. A date display is found around the 4 o’clock position which may be useful to some people. I like the touch of colour they’ve added in with the blue tip on the seconds hand.
This Bering Danish watch is powered by an accurate and reliable Japanese quartz movement. It has a basic 30m water resistance rating and a sapphire crystal glass for excellent scratch protection.
You can read more about the best Bering Danish watches here.
4. Bulbul Pebble Unisex Quartz Danish Watches
Bulbul are another very popular Danish watch brand that produce contemporary timepieces. The pebble watch that we have featured here was inspired by the pebbles found along the Scandinavian shorelines. This pebble shaped stainless steel casing has an approximate diameter of 40mm and a thickness of 8mm. It’s been paired with a German made pforzheim mesh style strap and fastens with a jewellery style clasp.
This dial is a perfect example of how simplistic you can go with a minimalist contemporary watch. There’s no seconds hand, just the hour and minute on an otherwise blank dial. This sort of minimalist design is popular from Danish watches.
The Pebble by Bulbul is powered by a Swiss made quartz movement for excellent timekeeping and reliability. Protecting the dial is a sapphire crystal glass which is great to see again, this gives you a high level of scratch resistance. As for water resistance, it’s a simple 30m rating.
You can read my full Bulbul Danish watches review here soon.
5. Danish Design Men’s Titanium Watch
The 5th Danish watch brand I have to should you is Danish Design. They produce a variety of beautiful Danish watches in an affordable price bracket. This model is built with a rounded 37mm titanium casing which is lighter and stronger than stainless steel. It has a slim profile with a 6mm depth which is typical of Danish watches. It’s been paired up with a black genuine leather strap that fastens with a buckle style clasp.
This dial has a high contrasting design with these black hands and hour markers that stand out brilliantly against the background. There’s also a small date display found at the 3 o’clock position on the dial.
The men’s Danish watch is powered by a reliable quartz movement for accurate timekeeping. It has a sapphire crystal glass for excellent scratch resistance and also has a 30m water resistance rating.
You can read my full Danish Design watches review here soon.
Thanks for taking the time to read through this little introduction to Danish watch brands. These are popular affordable Danish watches that I enjoyed writing about. What was your favourite Danish watch designer featured today? Comment below and let us know.