The Tiffany blue watch trend has taken the watch world by storm, and it’s not just a fad. It’s an unusual surge in popularity! And it’s showing no signs of slowing down. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore a wide range of models with Tiffany blue watch dials. 

We will include models for various budgets, starting from the most affordable options under $150, and gradually moving up to the pinnacle of luxury watches priced over $30,000.

casio tiffanyCASIO MTP1302D-2A2V: $58

Let’s kick things off with a budget-friendly option that’s captured the hearts of many watch enthusiasts. The Casio MTP1302D-2A2V offers a stunning Tiffany blue dial reminiscent of Rolex’s iconic OP series.

Beyond its aesthetic appeal, this round watch comes equipped with a date function and a reliable quartz mechanism. It’s a comfortable fit with its 38mm diameter, slender 9.5mm thickness, and lug-to-lug distance of 44mm. The watch also boasts mineral glass and a water resistance rating of 50 meters. The only catch here is that it tends to sell out quickly on the Casio website, often driving its secondary market price to a range of 150-200 us dollars.

pagani-design-pd-1690-rolex-oyster-perpetual--tiffany-blue-_1_LG (2)PAGANI DESIGN ‘OP’ PD-1690: $85-$100

If you’re looking for a budget-friendly homage to Rolex’s Oyster Perpetual series, the Pagani Design ‘OP’ PD-1690 might be your perfect match. Priced around $85 (from their official website), this Chinese brand is making waves with its affordable, high-quality timepieces.

Crafted in stainless steel with a sapphire crystal, this watch offers a water resistance rating of 200 meters and is powered by the automatic NH35 movement.

The watch features a commendable 38mm diameter, making it an attractive choice for those who appreciate affordable luxury.

OmegaxSwatch MOONSWATCH UranusOmegaxSwatch MOONSWATCH Uranus: $266

Swatch’s MOONSWATCH Uranus collection made waves last year with its lineup of 11 watches, one of which boasts a Tiffany blue dial, paying homage to the planet Uranus.

Priced at $266, it’s an accessible option for many. However, it’s important to note that this watch lacks some of the robust features commonly found in sports watches.

It comes with minimal water resistance, a plexiglass crystal, and a fabric strap. Powered by a reliable quartz mechanism, you can now purchase it directly in a store in New York.


For those seeking a fresh option, the Seiko SRPK33 is a new release, succeeding the popular Seiko 5 Sport series.

With a 38mm diameter and a thickness of 12mm, this watch boasts a mineral glass and a water resistance rating of 100 meters.

What sets it apart is the in-house 4r36 caliber, featuring both day and date functions.

The mint-colored dial has garnered significant interest among our audience, making it an attractive choice in this price range.

Note: When it comes to inexpensive luxury watches under $5,000, one name truly shines – Formex.


Citizen’s Tsuyosa collection gained immense popularity, and they decided to take it up a notch by introducing a Tiffany blue dial option.

This watch offers a 41mm diameter, 11mm thickness, sapphire crystal, and WR50m water resistance.

While this captivating dial color is set to be available later on, the expected price will be $320. Stay tuned for its release.


Note: The brand-new Longines HydroConquest GMT has just hit the scene in 2023, offering the ideal blend of style and accuracy.

Roamer Primeline Daydate II Tiffany BlueROAMER PRIMELINE: $533

Following the positive response to the Roamer Searock, let’s introduce their Tiffany blue trump card, the Roamer Primeline model with a day-date function.

This watch is powered by an automatic movement and crafted from high-quality stainless steel. 

It features a sapphire crystal and a 42mm diameter. While some might prefer a slightly smaller size, Roamer has established itself as a brand known for its larger sports models. The price for this model is $533, making it an excellent mid-range choice.


In the mid-range category, the Tissot PRX automatic takes the spotlight. This Swiss timepiece combines elegance and quality, all within a budget of less than $747. The Tissot PRX gained immense popularity, especially when it was introduced with an ice-blue dial. 

Finding this watch may be difficult nowadays, but possible. This watch is water-resistant up to 100 meters and has an automatic Powermatic 80 caliber. It can run for 80 hours without needing to be wound.

The watch is 40mm in diameter and 11mm thick. In terms of value for money, it’s hard to find a watch that surpasses this one.

SEIKO Frozen Margarita SRPE49J1SEIKO Frozen Margarita SRPE49J1: $960

For a touch of elegance, the Seiko Frozen Margarita SRPE49J1 offers a metal Milanese bracelet. It falls into the category of elegant timepieces, part of the Presage series. With a 38.5mm diameter, 11.8mm thickness, and a lug-to-lug distance of 45mm, it exhibits all the characteristics of other Presage Cocktail models.

However, what sets it apart is the breathtaking icy blue dial, textured with small triangles arranged in concentric circles.

Powering this watch is Seiko’s automatic 4R35 movement, providing a 41-hour power reserve. Produced in a limited series of 5,000 pieces, it’s attainable on the secondary market for around $500-$600.

DOXA SUB200 Aquamarine:DOXA SUB200 Aquamarine: $960

Doxa, renowned for its history of creating dive watches, took a new direction by introducing the Sub200 Aquamarine.

This dive watch offers a rice bead metal bracelet (or a rubber strap) and a captivating turquoise dial.

With a 42mm diameter and a lug-to-lug distance of 46mm, Doxa transitioned from its traditional orange dials to follow global trends.

The light blue color extends from the rubber strap to the details on the bezel and the silhouette on the crown, making it an attractive choice for those who love the ocean.

ORIS Diver Cotton Candy:ORIS Diver Cotton Candy: $2,668

Oris introduces the Diver Sixty-Five Cotton Candy. It’s made of bronze and has a blue-green dial, leaning towards Tiffany blue.

The special watch is 38mm wide and can be used underwater up to 100 meters. It also has Super-Luminova luminescence. 

The Oris caliber 733 powers this watch. It’s an automatic movement with 38 hours of power reserve.

This watch caters to those looking for something distinctive in their Tiffany blue collection.


BREITLING Superocean autoBREITLING Superocean auto: $4,803

When you think of Breitling, you often envision bold, oversized watches. However, let us introduce you to the Breitling Superocean, available in a more subtle 36mm version.

This watch boasts a metal bracelet, sapphire crystal, and an impressive water resistance of 300 meters.

The Tiffany blue dial takes center stage, complemented by white numerals on the outer edge. For those who prefer a larger size, there’s also a 44mm version with a black ceramic bezel, although it comes at a slightly higher price point, approximately $1,000 more.

GRAND SEIKO GinzaGRAND SEIKO Ginza Heritage SBGH297: $5,977

It’s almost become a tradition to include at least one Grand Seiko in these articles. Grand Seiko often pays homage to Japanese traditions, and the Ginza Heritage is a prime example.

This 40mm steel watch features a light blue dial adorned with a pattern inspired by the streets of Tokyo’s Ginza district. This district holds historical significance as the place where Kintaro Hatori founded Seiko. 

The watch is powered by the famous Hi-Beat automatic movement. It vibrates at 36,000 times per hour and can run for 55 hours. Fans of Grand Seiko will love how this watch combines tradition and innovation.

ROLEX Oyster PerpetualROLEX Oyster Perpetual 36: $6,457

Sometimes, a watch becomes more than just an accessory; it becomes a part of your identity. For many, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual 36 is that watch. It’s where it all began for countless enthusiasts.

While the Nautilus Tiffany gained substantial attention, it was the Rolex Oyster Perpetual that set the stage two years earlier. This watch is available in various sizes, including 28mm, 31mm, and the 36mm version featured here. 

The price outside official Rolex watch boutiques may be slightly higher, hovering around $6,457. However, this watch offers remarkable quality with its steel construction, sapphire crystal, and dependable automatic movement. What truly sets it apart is the vibrant and cheerful Tiffany blue color, designed for year-round wear on all occasions.


We haven’t looked at this brand much, but Bell & Ross introduced a notable model last year. It’s called the BR-X5 chronograph.

The watch comes in two versions: one with a metal bracelet for $7,471 and one with a light blue rubber strap for $6,937. Both versions feature Bell & Ross’s unique square case. It’s powered by an automatic BR323 caliber, offering an impressive 3-day power reserve. 

With dimensions of 41mm on both sides, it strikes a balance between being neither too small nor too large but somewhere in between. What truly earns its place on this list is the stunning glacier blue color that adorns the entire dial.

The Tiffany Blue Watch

CHOPARD Alpine Eagle MaritimeCHOPARD Alpine Eagle Maritime: $15,577

While it might come as a surprise to see Chopard among the most expensive options, the Alpine Eagle Maritime Blue is a remarkable watch.

Its textured dial is nothing short of a work of art, and the vivid blue hue is unparalleled. 

Crafted entirely in steel with a 41mm diameter, this watch is powered by an automatic movement.

There’s one catch—it’s exclusively produced for Chopard boutiques in Monaco and Athens, with a price tag of $15,577. If exclusivity and superior craftsmanship are what you seek, this Chopard timepiece is worth considering.

HUBLOT Big Bang Integral CeramicHUBLOT Big Bang Integral Ceramic: $28,391

Finally, we arrive at the pinnacle of our list—the Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic. This watch is a true masterpiece, constructed entirely from ceramic in a captivating shade referred to as Sky Blue by Hublot.

The bright blue extends seamlessly from the three-link ceramic bracelet to the case, all fashioned from the same material and color. 

The case measures 42mm in diameter and has a thickness of 13.5mm. Powering this watch is an in-house caliber HUB1280, offering an impressive 72-hour power reserve. This watch concludes our journey through the world of Tiffany blue-dialed watches, even though there are still many watches available at prices exceeding $30,000.

Stay Tuned for Updates

As the world of watches continues to evolve, new models featuring Tiffany blue dials are sure to emerge. Keep a close eye on this article as we update it each month with the latest additions to this mesmerizing trend.