The most striking feature of this moonphase watch is the gold moon encircled by a gold date display and a seconds track contained in the brand’s signature eight-shaped figure on the dial. The off-centred hours and minutes sub-dial intersects neatly with the seconds counter on the Grand Feu surface. Comes in a 43mm red gold case and is driven by the twin-barrel calibre 2660QL3 with automatic winding, which yields a power reserve of 68 hours.
A new set of under-lug correctors in the in-house movement that facilitates a finger tip adjustment of the calendar and moon phase indications are interesting new additions to the famous GMT watch that was originally launched in 2002. Comes in a 40mm case in red gold and steel versions. The automatic movement has a power reserve of 72 hours.
This sporty-looking automatic, in a 42mm steel case, is the brand’s tribute to its motorsport heritage. The tachymeter scale allows you to determine speed over a fixed distance, both on the track or the highway. The in-house mechanical Caliber 751 returns a power reserve of 65 hours.
This self-winding watch is a modern interpretation of the iconic reference 6073, launched in 1956 (hence the name), which was inspired by the Maltese cross. This version comes with a brand new mechanical movement Calibre 1326 inside either steel or 18K pink gold. Equipped with a stop seconds device, this watch displays hours, minutes, central seconds and an aperture-type date indication on its dial. Power reserve of 48 hours.
PALLWEBER’ This limited edition, in a 45mm case with jumping numerals, is part of IWC’s 150th anniversary celebration. Available in three designs, it also marks the debut of the digital hours and minutes display in an IWC timepiece. As a reference to the design of the historic Pallweber watches and a tribute to IWC founder FA Jones the windows of the digital display are labelled as ‘Hours’ and ‘Minutes.’ Consists of 25 watches pieces in platinum, 250 in red gold and 500 in stainless steel. The hand-wound in-house calibre 94200 movement has a power reserve of 60 hours.
The balance wheel of the tourbillon of this watch has been raised 3.2mm above the dial, which gives the impression of it floating above. This new suspended position has been made possible thanks to a new tourbillon bridge with only one stainless steel arm. This innovation helps save more energy than a conventional tourbillon, as the cage is smaller in size. Comes in a 38.3mm, 18K gold case. The hand-wound mechanical movement has a power reserve of around 50 hours. Limited to 58 pieces.
The most remarkable feature about this GMT watch is the sleek 45mm steel case that houses the intricate P.4002 calibre. Features an am/pm indication for reading the second time zone, and a perpetual calendar. The anthracite dial, with its small seconds counter and date, adds versatility to the overall design. Has a power reserve of 72 hours, the waning of which can be seen on the indicator at 5 o’ clock.
Commemorating the recently concluded Winter Olympic games in South Korea, this 2018-piece special edition chronometer brings together the original innovation of the Aqua Terra 150M Collection and the sporting spirit of one of the biggest events on the planet. Using the five colours of the iconic Olympic Rings, the words ‘PYEONGCHANG 2018’ have been inscribed on the minute track of the teakconcept blue dial. The digits 20 and 18 have been perfectly aligned with the minute indexes and there’s also the games’ logo on the transparent sapphire crystal caseback. The limited edition number comes engraved on the side of the 41mm case that houses the automatic Master Co-Axial movement 8500. Power reserve of 60 hours.
A radical departure from the usually rugged G-Shock aesthetic, the latest warp-faced offering is unusually funky for a Casio watch. The collection has been created using the original Casio technology to produce a box and bracelet design inspired by the casual fashion of jeans. Powered by a quartz movement, the collection comes in three different designs.
The watchmaker recently set foot on Indian shores with its chic collection, which features this quartz-powered analog timepiece in a stainless steel case (only 6mm thick). The minimalistic styling is supplemented by the eggshell white dial, stickshaped hour and minute hands and the neat indices, whereas the rose gold coating on the 40mm case lends a quirk to the overall look. Supplemented by a clean, dark brown crocodile leather band.
This is the first smartwatch from the Danish lifestyle brand. Powered by Android Wear and the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 platform, it combines functionality with a minimalist design. Features include function-based dials, automatic accuracy, notifications, activity tracking, Google Assistant-powered voice commands and more. It’s compatible with iOS 9.0+/Phone 5+ and Android Devices 4.4+ , and comes in two versions.
This sporty chronograph, from Swatch’s Summer 2018 range, has a black dial and yellow print to enhance legibility with the help of glow-in-the-dark material. The quartz movement is packed inside a 42mm plastic case. The structured black silicone strap further accentuates the athletic appeal.