1. Code 11.59 By Audemars Piguet Tourbillon Openworked

Code 11.59 By Audemars Piguet Tourbillon Openworked

The two-tone 41 mm case emphasises the complex architecture of AP’s Code 11.59 series. Its extra-thin bezel, stylised lugs and round caseback, all crafted in 18K white gold, are subtly contrasted with an 18K pink gold octagonal middle case. It houses a multi-tiered handwound tourbillon openworked movement, Calibre 2948. The slate grey openworked plate and bridges are illuminated by a pink gold-toned balance wheel and a light grey openworked barrel and gear train. Power reserve of 72 hours.

  1. Breguet Marine 5517

Breguet Marine 5517

This new variation of the watch launched in 2017 features a pristine look with a three-hand display and a date indication. It comes in a 40 mm, 18K rose gold case with fluted case bands, engine-turned slate gray dial in gold, faceted Breguet moon-tipped hands in gold with the central second hands inspired by maritime codes. The self-winding Caliber 777A movement offers a power reserve of 55 hours. Each watch is individually numbered.

  1. Blancpain Tribute To Fifty Fathoms No Rad

Blancpain Tribute To Fifty Fathoms No Rad

This limited-edition diving watch in a 40.3 mm steel case revisits a Blancpain diving watch from the mid-1960s. It famously featured a logo saying `no radiations’ to indicate that radium is a harmful radioactive material, was not used for the luminescence of its dial. The matt deep black dial is punctuated by geometrical hour-markers, combining traditional round dots, rectangles and a diamond-shaped mark at 12 o’clock. The chapter ring, the hands and the time scale on the bezel all feature ‘old radium’-coloured Superluminova reprising the beige-orange hue of vintage indicators bearing the patina of time. Calibre 1151, a self-winding movement equipped with a silicon balance spring, is endowed with a four-day power reserve.

  1. Carl F. Bucherer Heritage Bicompax Annual Lucerne

Carl F. Bucherer Heritage Bicompax Annual Lucerne

This watch pays tribute to a 1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan Town Sedan owned by the Carl F. Bucherer family that was sold in the early 1950s. It was repurchased in 2013 by the current chairman Jörg G. Bucherer, who loved the car as a child. It comes in a 41 mm stainless steel case presented on a multi-link Milanese stainless steel bracelet and an additional calfskin leather strap. The light blue sub-dials with chronograph minutes and small seconds counters, and the light blue ring with a tachymeter scale surrounding the silvercoloured dial, are inspired by the colours of the restored Lincoln. CFB Caliber 1972 automatic chronograph has a power reserve of 42 hours. Its annual calendar complication accounts for different month lengths – 30 and 31 days; so the date only must be corrected once a year, on March 1.

  1. Chopard Alpine Eagle Cadence 8HF

Chopard Alpine Eagle Cadence 8HF

This new version of the original watch launched in 2019 (which in turn was a modern reinterpretation of the St. Moritz watch, the first watch developed by company founder Karl-Friedrich Scheufele in the late 1970s) comes in a 41 mm titanium case that is just 9.75 mm thick. The bezel, case-middle and wide bracelet links are satin-brushed. The brass dial, stamped with a sunburst pattern, features a patinated Vals Grey colour inspired by the village of the same name in the Swiss canton of Graubünden, known for its houses with quartzite-tiled roofs. The automatic Chopard Calibre 01.12-C movement has a 60-hour power reserve. Limited to 250 pieces.

  1. Zenith Chronomaster Sport

Zenith Chronomaster Sport

Powered by the new El Primero 3600 calibre, which offers even more performance and precision than its forebearer, this watch comes with an ultra-readable 1/10th of a second display etched directly on its black ceramic bezel. There are two versions – black or white dial – both feature the signature El Primero tri-colour chronograph registers in blue, anthracite and light grey, just like the A386 from 1969. Each of the counters is graduated to 60 for the reading of the chronograph. The 41 mm case is in steel with pump-style pushers features the polished black ceramic bezel graduated over 10 seconds. Power reserve of 60 hours.

  1. IWC Big Pilot’s Watch 43

IWC Big Pilot's Watch 43

This new interpretation of the iconic observation watch design from the 1940s, comes in a 43 mm stainless steel case with an oversized conical crown originally created for pilots from the early days of aviation when they wore padded flight gloves. Comes with a black dial, rhodium-plated hands and a brown calf leather strap. The automatic 82100 Calibre movement provides a power reserve of 60 hours.

  1. Montblanc 1858 Geosphere Ultrablack Watch

Montblanc 1858 Geosphere Ultrablack Watch

This watch is part of Montblanc’s new all-black cross-category collection, including writing instruments and other black leather products that celebrate the brand’s central colour. It features a worldtime complication with two turning domed hemisphere globes that make a full rotation in 24 hours, allowing time to be read in different time zones. The watch comes in a distinctive, black-coated steel case with a special satin-finish, achieved by manual washing and brushing. In the dark, it glows as the cathedral-shaped hands, the indices, the compass indications and the hemisphere globes are all coated by hand with white Superluminova. The watch is dedicated to the Seven Summit Mountaineering Challenge, and the locations of the summits in each continent are indicated with red-coloured dots on the two hemispheres. The case back is engraved with a drawing of the Mont Blanc mountain, two crossing ice picks and a compass surrounded by all seven summits.

  1. Breitling Top Time Chevrolet Corvette

Breitling Top Time Chevrolet Corvette

This watch is part of a trio of racing chronographs launched by Breitling as a modern-retro interpretation of the original Breitling Top Time models from the 1960s, inspired by the iconic cars of that era. Top Time Chevrolet Corvette in red and black is based on the striking design of the Corvette C2 from the mid-1960s. The green and brown Top Time Ford Mustang version are inspired by a model from 1964, while the Top Time Shelby Cobra version in blue and brown was inspired by a Shelby racing car from the 1960s. The 42 mm steel cases of the Chevrolet Corvette and Ford Mustang versions house the Breitling Caliber 25, a self-winding 1/8th of a second chronograph movement, with a power reserve of about 42 hours. Both watches feature a tachymeter scale and three black contrasting sub-dials. Their dials display the car logos at 12 o’clock. The Shelby version is smaller with a 40 mm case and features Caliber 41, a self-winding 1/4th of a second chronograph movement with a power reserve of approximately 42 hours. It has a white tachymeter scale and two contrasting white sub-dials, plus the Cobra logo at the 6 o’clock position.

  1. Graham Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Tourbillograph

Graham Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Tourbillograph

Part of a 100-piece limited edition that marks the 10th anniversary of Graham’s first Tourbillograph, this watch comes in a black 47 mm superlight carbon composite case with a carbon trigger, bezel, dial and buckle. Powered by the G1780 automatic columnwheel chronograph-tourbillon. Two patented inventions make the watch’s tourbillon unique — the offset construction and the open cage allow other wheels of the movement to intersect with the tourbillon’s orbital plane allowing a broader opening in the dial to see the device at work. Secondly, the tourbillon rotates between two characteristic bridges, designed for rigidity in a bent shape making it more rugged and reliable than tourbillons of other styles.

  1. Louis Vuitton Tambour Moon Flying Tourbillon Poinçon De Genève Sapphire

Louis Vuitton Tambour Moon Flying Tourbillon Poinçon De Genève Sapphire

The 42.5 mm case of this watch, including the case-middle, and caseback is entirely crafted from a block of sapphire. The bio-compatible sapphire is made from synthetic corundum obtained from heating aluminium oxide to over 2000°C. The transparent case reveals an openworked manual winding mechanical movement with an 80-hour power reserve and a flying tourbillon with a carriage design of a delicate Monogram flower. The hour markers and the 12 Louis Vuitton letters engraved on the exterior of the concave casemiddle are filled with coloured lacquer, while the sapphire drum and the screw-down case-back features a transparent joint. Comes in a colourless version with black PVD-treated titanium horns, in blue sapphire with platinum horns, or pink sapphire with 18K pink gold horns

  1. Rado Captain Cook High Tech Ceramic

Rado Captain Cook High Tech Ceramic

The Captain Cook Ceramic is presented for the first time in a 43mm case, made of high tech ceramic. It features some of Rado’s many innovations, including high-tech ceramic monobloc case construction, scratch-resistant and hypoallergenic high-tech ceramic, and Rado calibre R734 with Nivachron hairspring that protects the watch from magnetic fields. Available in four variations, including one with the black high-tech ceramic case and bracelet, with a stainlesssteel turning bezel and black high-tech ceramic insert. The second one comes with a rubber strap option, the third with a contrasting rose gold coloured PVD coated stainless steel bezel, and a fourth in a highly distinct plasma high-tech ceramic case and bracelet, with a hardened stainless-steel bezel and blue high-tech ceramic insert. The automatic movement offers a power reserve of 80 hours.

  1. Gucci Grip Sapphire

Gucci Grip Sapphire

This watch is a combination of retro-digital looks with precious technological materials. The 40 mmw case is in sapphire crystal and comes in four transparent tones – clear, blue, smoky pink and green. The hours and minutes windows on each dial are highlighted in contrasting colours. The watch has a jump hour movement and transparent rubber tone-on-tone straps embossed with the interlocking G motif and a steel ardillon buckle.

  1. Daniel Wellington Iconic Link Automatic

Daniel Wellington Iconic Link Automatic

The main features of this quartz watch include a luminous dial, floating second hand, a date display with a magnification bubble and a screw-down transparent sapphire caseback.

  1. Diesel Mega Chief

Diesel Mega Chief

This steel watch with a grey dial and quartz movement comes with a grey and stainless steel bracelet.

  1. Casio G-Shock GM-2100

Casio G-Shock GM-2100

This new version of the popular octagonal, digital-analogue combination, GA-2100, launched two years ago, retains the streamlined form and slim profile but gets a newly forged metal bezel. A round hairline finish is applied to the top surface of the bezel and a mirror polish to the sides. Comes in options of blue-grey and dark grey bezels. The dials are treated with a vapour deposition finish in new navy blue, green and red hues. The watch band employs a square dot texture with incremental variations in dot size, resulting in a sharp look to match the face design. It has the usual G-Shock functions, including world time featuring 48 cities in 31 time zones with daylight saving indications, stopwatch, alarm, countdown calendar, etc. Three-year battery life.

  1. Swatch Big Bold Planets

Swatch Big Bold Planets

Swatch draws upon outer space as inspiration for this series of brightly coloured watches with interchangeable straps. Pops of purple, green, orange and light blue detailing playoff against the matt black watch strap and bezel. The 47mm watch case and clear dial come with multicoloured prints. Each watch comes with a second strap and a tool kit for the strap change.

  1. Armani Exchange Fitz

Armani Exchange Fitz

This quartz watch that celebrates the brand’s 30th anniversary comes in a 44 mm stainless steel case with a silver dial and silver or recycled stainless steel strap. Part of a gift set that also includes a necklace.

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