Stylish new sports watches for women

Summer is on the horizon, which makes it the perfect time to try out one of these sporty watches, which are designed for action-packed fun in the sun.

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  • Chopard’s Happy Ocean watch is a constant reminder of the summer sea. A robust dive watch capable of withstanding depths of 300 metres, the five Happy Diamonds swim across the dial like bubbles rising from an imaginary oxygen tank (£6,430).
  • Omega’s legendary Speedmaster, the first watch to land on the Moon, is now available in a 38mm size perfect for women’s wrists. The ‘cappuccino’ model blends delicious shades of brown with diamonds and the impeccable precision of Omega’s Co-Axial chronograph movement (€8,700).
  • Oris is famous for its extreme dive watches, tested on the wrists of famous freedivers like Anna von Boetticher. This Aquis model can fathom depths of 300 metres and comes with a touch of diamonds on the dial (£1,750).
  • The BR collection at Bell & Ross is inspired by the instrument panels of an aeroplane’s cockpit. Designed for action, the BR is now available for women in this lovely pink BR S Novarosa model with diamonds on the dial and bezel and a Milanese woven steel bracelet (£5,300).
  • The Carrera, one of TAG Heuer’s icons, is out to conquer women and comes in this practical steel model with a quartz movement and feminine touches of diamonds and mother-of-pearl (£1,950).
  • Bulgari Serpenti Incantati Tourbillon Lumière
     
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  • Bulgari Diagono Scuba watch with orange dial
     

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