Justin Bieber and his brutal watch collection

Although he is only 26 years old, Justin Bieber It has been in our lives for a long time. Over the last decade, we have seen him grow from being the singer of “Baby” baby-faced and stylish perfectly packaged pop star of the era Believe until he became the king with mangy hair, sometimes with a mustache and always with sweat. In other words, many things can change in the course of 10 years. Styles change, trends change, haircuts change… and so do the watches that interest us. Bieber’s collection is emblematic of that relatively quick review. He’s gone from sporting chunky plastic G-Shocks on the red carpet to making a gold Rolex Daytona his regular everyday piece. Next, we keep track of all the changes and take a look at best bieber watches.

G-Shock GLX5600-7

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Casio G-Shock.Courtesy

During G-Shock’s heyday in the 1980s, few celebrities wore these massive pieces as often as Justin Bieber. He had several different colors – red, black and the aforementioned white – and took them to events normally associated with watches worth ten times as much. This watch featured the brand’s new, more comfortable “G-Lide” strap, and also tracked the phases of the moon and tides, perfect for “your next surf excursion,” says G-Shock. Despite all that functionality, Bieber and the rest of us aren’t wearing many of these watches in 2020. Bieber’s G-Shock is a lot like his swooping bangs: Something that drove people crazy over a decade ago and we’ve decided to pretend it didn’t really happen.

Rolex Day-Date II

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Rolex President Day Date II.Courtesy

The first watch Bieber started wearing was this version of the Rolex Day-Date II.. The watch fits right in with the Bieber era, when his hair was sculpted as carefully as Michelangelo’s “David” and when he wore a quirky number of brightly colored suit jackets with the sleeves rolled up. The Day-Date is an entry-level Rolex, so a diamond-rimmed version of it could be said to be the perfect piece for a rising pop star.

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona.Courtesy

In the last weeks, this is the watch the Biebs has worn most often. When he needs a watch to go with a banana yellow tracksuit, he wears this gold Rolex Daytona. When he prepares for his performance on Saturday Night Live, or running around New York to go out in fancy pants with Hailey, he’s wearing this gold Rolex Daytona. In the last decade, watch collectors have gone from alternating between a day watch and a dress watch to wearing a sporty, casual piece like the Daytona all the time. bieber is doing good.

Patek Philippe Nautilus

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Patek Philippe Nautilus.Courtesy

To be a billionaire pop star touring the world, Bieber’s watches are surprisingly understated: There is no Richard Mille or I don’t know what in sight, even though those are the watches that his contemporaries tend to collect. But then you get here: this version of the beloved Patek Philippe Nautilus, set with 255 – let’s say it properly: two hundred and fifty-five! diamonds. Incredibly, this is also not something made up in the aftermarket. It’s about Patek Philippe seeing what everyone else was doing with his Nautilus and showing that he can do better. Bieber may not have many superstar watches, but this $300,000 piece probably makes up for it.

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak

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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak.Courtesy

When a man loves a woman, he can ask her to be his wife. And to make the nuptials official, that man in love could… buy himself a watch. At least, that’s what Bieber did when he married his wife Hailey Baldwin. To celebrate his new union last year, Bieber bought himself a vintage Audemars Piguet from the early ’80s — that is, about a decade and a half before the singer was born. It is a simple watch, immune to trends and totally iconic that any collector would want to have in his collection. Unfortunately, not all collectors are Justin Bieber..

Cartier Santos

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In our June issue, Justin Bieber seems to have grown. He is married, he is thinking about having children and he knows what makes him happy. A good reason to be happy? The Cartier Santos watch on his wrist. Like Bieber, the Santos is a true icon. The Santos, originally launched in 1906, was one of the first wristwatches ever made. For Bieber and this watch, the game is respected. And for all the talk about Bieber’s maturity, this watch is a perfectly grown-up choice. If we’re charting the path of a pop star, nothing symbolizes growth like trading in a G-Shock for a Cartier.

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