8 May 2017

The Watch Collection Of Dr. Stephen Strange

As a doctor, time is always one of the most important things that he has to know and consider always. Hence, it really was no surprise when we saw Dr. Stephen Strange’s watch collection in the movie. And the rotating auto-winding mechanism? Awesome.

I hope I have the same budget as him to spend on these auto-winding watch drawers though, or the timepieces themselves.

Speaking of which, here are four of the watches we saw in the movie and in that magical drawer.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Calendar

Perhaps the most memorable watch in the film is the one that was always on his wrist. It was even of more worth to the character himself. I don’t want to give more details anymore on why because I don’t want to spoil you guys. Just know that it was an integral part of the film.

Let us talk about the watch instead. What the hell is the perpetual calendar you ask? Well, it just means that you don’t need to adjust this watch every February and every leap year because it’s calendar is already geared up until 2100.

Jaeger Le-Coultre Grande Reverso Ultra Thin 1931 Rouge

To those who are not really that well-versed on expensive timepieces, JLC IS THE BRAND. It’s the Louis Vuitton of watches, so it wasn’t really surprising that Dr. Strange had more than one of these babies in his collection.

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona

Here comes my fave piece from the film. The Daytona is not only a favorite of mine but apparently a lot of other gentlemen like Paul Newman…and Eric Clapton! It is so cool that even became one of the test watches for a space mission in NASA. Too bad the Omega Speedmaster beat it to the finish line.

TAG Heuer Monaco

Finally, we saw the Tag Heuer Monaco. It’s only a reissue of the original 1969 version, but it’s still a pretty damn expensive watch.