Browse our range of Crystal watches for sale from Tic Watches. All our Crystal watches come with Free UK delivery, Free returns, and at least a 2-year warranty. Swarovski crystal watches available. Shop our ladies crystal watches and mens crystal watches with savings up to 70% against high street prices. The brands that regularly include Swarovski crystals in their watches are Michael Kors crystal watches and Olivia Burton crystal watches. Please note crystal watches can refer to Swarovski crystal or the type of ctrystal watch glass used for the watch.
More information about Crystal watches and FAQ's
Items in our crystal watch category features watches with crystals made of either sapphire or mineral. Both materials are on the more expensive side compared to models with acrylic crystals. For the record, the watch crystal is sometimes referred to as watch glass.
What are crystal watches?
We consider crystal watches higher-end watches that do not feature acrylic crystals. Acrylic is a fine material and appropriate to certain kinds of watches where classic aesthetics are not important. Crystal watches feature sapphire and mineral crystals that offer a superior look with more clarity and brilliance.
What are the benefits of sapphire crystal watches?
Though sapphire crystal watches are more expensive, you get the best possible watch glass on the market. Sapphire crystals boast exceptional scratch resistance compared to both mineral and acrylic. Excellent impact resistance is another benefit of sapphire. And of course, sapphire offers the best possible clarity in a watch crystal.
Sapphire crystal vs mineral crystal: What's the difference?
Sapphire is a premium material among watchmakers. However, they do not work with natural sapphire. They utilise synthetic sapphire created in a factory. Sapphire is the hardest of watch glass materials as well as the most expensive. A mineral crystal is more or less the same silica glass material used to make residential windows. It is tougher and more expensive than acrylic but less expensive and not as durable as sapphire. Find out more about the different types of watch glass.