Michael Jordan owns distinct watch models. His collection is considered diverse and interesting.
GQ’s writer commented: “Michael Jordan has an interesting and diverse watch collection”. At major events, Jordan has worn classics like the Patek Philippe Nautilus, Rolex Daytona and Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. He owns many timekeeping devices with unique designs and rare values. Urwerk UR-220 is a in number that. The device costs about $150,000. Photo: Getty.
The watch’s design is inspired by the TV show Miami Vice referred to in the 1980s. The device has a white rubber strap. Limited production model, only 10 pieces are sold in the market. Photo: Uwerk.
For watch enthusiasts, Rolex is an indispensable brand. Michael Jordan once caught the eye when wearing a Rolex Daytona worth more than $ 75,000. The Jordan wristwatch is made of platinum. This is one of the best-selling devices of the brand. Photo: GQ.
The Rolex Daytona model has a dial size of 40 mm, turquoise. The metal strap makes the device look classic but luxurious. Besides, the color of the bezel makes the overall watch model more powerful. Photo: Hodinkee.
In 2020, the image of Michael Jordan wearing the Urwerk UR-202S model watch attracts attention. The device released in 2011 was the brand’s first to feature a metal bracelet. The Urwerk UR-202S is equipped with an automatic converter. The model is priced from 145,000 to 150,000 USD depending on the material. Photo: Getty, ablogtowatch.
In Michael Jordan’s watch collection there are many luxury and unique devices. He used to wear the Rolex GMT-Master II 116758-SANR model. Device has been backed up with solid gold. Besides, the bezel is studded with diamonds and sapphires. The watch’s water resistance is 100 m, allowing users to wear it in the rain or swimming. Photo: GQ.
In addition to devices with metal straps, Michael Jordan regularly uses leather strap watches. He once came across the Panerai PAM 172 Luminor Marina wristband model with a dial size of 44 mm. On the used watch market, the device sells for $16,000. Photo: Getty, Ingenio Virtual.