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The Breitling Navitimer 1884 limited series

A milestone chronograph The Breitling Navitimer 1884 limited series

(05/2016) A tribute to Breitling’s rich history, the Navitimer 1884 limited series combines the famous 1952 aviation slide rule with a calendar featuring a pointer-type date display and twin day/month apertures for which the brand was renowned in the 1940s. A modern and original face for fans of exclusive watches.

Imposing diameter: The Tissot Heritage 1936

Sense of elegance and vintage style Imposing diameter: The Tissot Heritage 1936

(05/2016) Tissot delves into its history with a watch whose dandy aesthetic reinterprets a timepiece which the brand proposed in 1936. Perhaps the most striking feature of this new Tissot Heritage 1936 is the imposing diameter of its steel case.

A Breitling ticking to womens`s time

The Galactic 29 A Breitling ticking to womens`s time

(04/2016) Known above all for its resolutely masculine models (that also delight many women with a passion for aviation), Breitling is also brilliantly capable of interpreting this spirit in the feminine mode. Witness the new Galactic 29, available in a number of distinctive versions, including one fitted with a tungsten carbide bezel.

BASELWORLD 2016: The Pierre DeRoche TNT Chrono 43

Aesthetic impact! BASELWORLD 2016: The Pierre DeRoche TNT Chrono 43

(03/2016) Powerful designs and complex mechanics confirm the TNT collection's explosive character. Sculpted from steel and titanium, the TNT Chrono 43 nonetheless brings a subtle classicism to the wrist. This is the first time in the TNT collection that functions are displayed on a dial, specifically a sapphire dial whose bold hour-markers and transparent openings envelop the hands to confirm the overall force of the design.

BASELWORLD 2016: The Turbine GMT made by Perrelet

The traveller's ideal watch BASELWORLD 2016: The Turbine GMT made by Perrelet

(03/2016) The automatic movement forms an integral part of Perrelet's history as its founder, Abraham-Louis Perrelet, was the precursor in this type of winding mechanism. It comes as no surprise, then, to see the brand pay a permanent tribute to one of the great inventions in mechanical watchmaking.

BASELWORLD 2016: The Oris Artelier Calibre 112

For frequent travelers between time zones BASELWORLD 2016: The Oris Artelier Calibre 112

(03/2016) Oris adds a third variation to its portfolio of in-house movements. The new Calibre 112 extends the brand's offering and lends its name to this latest timepiece in the Artelier collection, designed with global travellers in mind.

BASELWORLD 2016: The CLERC Hydroscaph GMT Power-Reserve Chronometer

Suitable for professional divers BASELWORLD 2016: The CLERC Hydroscaph GMT Power-Reserve Chronometer

(03/2016) Clerc Genève dive watches are as ready to take on the city as the ocean's depths. At 83 components, the case of the Hydroscaph GMT Power-Reserve Chronometer is one of the most complex yet. It also lives up to professional divers' demands with water-resistance of 800 metres.

BASELWORLD 2016: The Mauron Musy Classic Steel Armure

A real innovation BASELWORLD 2016: The Mauron Musy Classic Steel Armure

(03/2016) Patented in 2012, the nO-Ring® waterproofing system developed by Mauron Musy is an authentic innovation in the watch industry. The brand drew inspiration from the sealing systems used in the field of precision mechanical engineering and applied to watchmaking.

BASELWORLD 2016: The timepiece duo of Catorex

Watchmakers in the sixth generation BASELWORLD 2016: The timepiece duo of Catorex

(03/2016) It’s often said that a watch is a man’s only jewellery. It can also become a wonderful proof of love. To reveal the depth of feelings binding a couple, Catorex has created an extremely elegant timepiece pair: the C’Twinn model that comes in His and Hers versions, in two different sizes and equipped with a mechanical or quartz movement.

BASELWORLD 2016: The Alpiner 4 Manufacture Flyback Chronograph

Black edition by ALPINA BASELWORLD 2016: The Alpiner 4 Manufacture Flyback Chronograph

(03/2016) An acknowledged specialist in pilot’s watches, Alpina is pursuing its quest for performance with this flyback chronograph entirely in line with its technical and sporty collections. Invented in the 1930s to facilitate pilots’ use of their watch, the flyback function is now much appreciated for its functionality and reliability.

BASELWORLD 2016: The Artwork Tree of Life

Kerbedanz artistic watches BASELWORLD 2016: The Artwork Tree of Life

(03/2016) The horological creations by Kerbedanz are infused with powerful symbolism. These messages are conveyed through an artistic interpretation of the cases and dials on Kerbedanz watches. The Tree of Life is a jewellery anthem to immortality, symbolised by the tree after which it is named.

BASELWORLD 2016: EPOS presents the 3429 Skeleton

Limited to 2015 timepieces BASELWORLD 2016: EPOS presents the 3429 Skeleton

(03/2016) Transparency and versatility guided Epos in the creation of the 3429 Skeleton. This wristwatch transforms effortlessly into a pocket watch, simply by releasing the case attachment system in one of the brancards (vertical sides). A foldaway stand means it can also be admired as a desk clock.

BASELWORLD 2016: The watch icon Movado Museum Classic

Timeless Watches Design by Nathan George Horwitt BASELWORLD 2016: The watch icon Movado Museum Classic

(03/2016) A true icon of contemporary watchmaking, Movado’s legendary Museum dial has a celebrated history. Inspired by the Bauhaus movement, this watch dial was designed in 1946 by American artist Nathan George Horwitt. He held that “we do not know time as a number sequence but by the position of the sun as the earth rotates.”

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