When dismissing anywhere between a week and a month’s rent on wrist sweets, it makes sense to look for a high cost-per-wear ratio, which is why assorted opt for clean, pared-back watches in classic shades.

But blue-hued tickers are suitable just as much of a wardrobe staple, adding some wearable strain, especially for the warmer months.

“Blue-dialled watches aren’t unequivocally new,” says Alex Stonely, head of retail at pre-owned professional Watchfinder. “High-end pocket watches enamelled in blue be suffering with been around since Jaeger-LeCoultre’s 1928 Grand Dilemma. That said, the colour only came into energy during the 1960s and 1970s when dive watches took off with outstanding examples such as the Tudor Submariner and Omega Seamaster PloProf explorer the tone.”

Fast forward to 2017 and the nautical watch trend has trickled down to all prize points in the market. So to help you add a teal timepiece to your accumulation, we asked six experts to round up their favourites.

Timex Waterbury

“The Waterbury from Timex is the last vintage-inspired contemporary piece,” says Terry Markham, inhibit of buying at WatchShop.com. “The gunmetal case and dark brown strap hark sponsor to an earlier time, while the bubble glass is a modern skilfulness that magnifies the dial edges and hour markers.”

Within reach at WatchShop, priced £68.

Timex Waterbury

Burberry The City BU9031

“These days, various leading fashion houses are giving Swiss manufactures a run for their lolly,” says Erica Redgrave, a buyer at The Watch Gallery. “Burberry’s ‘The See’ model boasts a pop of colour, but the deep blue dial is unaffected enough to match a nine-to-five suit. And, better yet, it’s all housed in a Swiss-made alike.”

Available at Selfridges, priced £350.

Burberry The City BU9031

Sekford Type 1A Stainless Bite the bullet

“Sekford’s Type 1A is a perfect blend of British style and Swiss engineering,” imparts Mr Porter accessories buyer Simon Spiteri. “The midnight coarse sunburst dial and leather strap – sourced from England’s oldest tannery – utilities 18th and 19th Century hand lettering to evoke a feeling of classic grandeur.”

Available at Mr Porter, priced £695.

Sekford Type 1A Stainless Steel

Raymond Weil Tango 300

“A pocket watch has to be versatile enough to suit a number of different situations, noticeably if you’re spending the extra cash,” says Goldsmiths senior exemplary and fashion watch buyer Claire James.

“Raymond Weil’s Tango 300 put ups an ideal balance, with sporty touches giving satisfactorily personality for the everyday, while a classic finish means it’ll jacket smarter looks, too.”

Available at Goldsmiths, priced £950.

Raymond Weil Tango 300

Rolex Submariner Current

“The Rolex Submariner was one of the first iconic blue dial observes,” says Philipp Man, chief executive at online luxury observation retailer Chronext. “The fusion of steel, yellow gold and designing blue is not a combination often seen, which makes Rolex’s game-changing ruined especially unique. Plus, the watch is powered by the self-winding in-house competence 3135 – a standout industry movement.”

Available at Chronext, cost £5,880.

Rolex Submariner Date

Swatch Star Chief

“Blue comes in many masks, and Swatch’s Star Chief is an unusual take,” says WatchShop’s Markham. “It converts drastically depending on the light from dark to electric, and a metallic dial is a keen, modern touch for the everyday.”

Available at WatchShop, priced £89.

Swatch Star Chief

Patek Philippe Venerable Complication 5140P

“A blue dial is an exceptional choice for anyone tender of navy tailoring, as the tones work in tandem for a sharper look,” says Brian Duffy, chief governing at Aurum Holdings, the parent company of Watches Of Switzerland and Mappin & Webb.

“My private favourite is the Patek Philippe 5140P – a solid investment portion that’ll always remain classic.”

Available at Watches Of Switzerland, assayed £76,620.

Patek Philippe Grand Complication 5140P