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BASELWORLD 2015: Tourbillon of Tourbillons

Protected by three patents BASELWORLD 2015: Tourbillon of Tourbillons

Often considered the supreme horological complication, the tourbillon remains a constant source of fascination. Antoine Preziuso has made it a speciality and now introduces a stunning composition protected by three patents.

BASELWORLD 2015: Hublot celebrates the 10th anniversary of the iconic BIG BANG

Three new models culminating in a million collection BASELWORLD 2015: Hublot celebrates the 10th anniversary of the iconic BIG BANG

"Nothing can be born without a good idea," states Jean-Claude Biver. His good idea came in 2005, when he came up with the name "BIG BANG". In fact, the term "BIG BANG" is based on an idea which is central to the art of fusion: the combining of objects and materials which never appear together under normal conditions, for example rubber and gold.

BASELWORLD 2015: The Monaco V4 Phantom

Microblasted! BASELWORLD 2015: The Monaco V4 Phantom

Totally black. Stylish. Uncompromising. Virtually a stealth watch. The Monaco V4 Phantom debuts an innovative case made entirely from Carbon Matrix Composite (CMC), as are the movement's seven bridges.

BASELWORLD 2015: Patek Philippe in its purest form

The Split-Seconds Chronograph Ref. 5370 BASELWORLD 2015: Patek Philippe in its purest form

As a mechanism that measures intermediate times while continuing to time an ongoing interval, the split-seconds chronograph has long been, for collectors, one of the most coveted among Patek Philippe's specialities.

The new Ref. 5370 marks the debut of the CHR 29-535 PS calibre in its purest form, with no additional complications. It also introduces a "double time" device, namely two pushers for the basic chronograph functions and a pusher in the crown to start and stop the split-seconds hand. While celebrating tradition with its architecture, manual winding, two column wheels and horizontal clutch, this is very much a chronograph for the twenty-first century, thanks to the many patented optimisations.

The sumptuous black enamel dial promises perfect legibility, enhanced by the platinum case. The prestigious Patek Philippe Seal crowns the whole.


The Grande Complication that fuses tradition and modernity BASELWORLD 2015: BIG BANG CHRONO PERPETUAL CALENDAR

The quintessence of the watchmaker's art in a Big Bang. Surprising and daring? No! Iconic and fitting? Yes! The Big Bang Chrono Perpetual Calendar sums up Hublot's approach perfectly: it is the fusion of tradition and modernity. A Grande Complication – a fine example of complex watchmaking – given an audacious incarnation in the spirit of the Big Bang. This is the first perpetual calendar by Hublot.

BASELWORLD 2015: The FreakLab with new shock absorbers

The UlyChoc safety system BASELWORLD 2015: The FreakLab with new shock absorbers

The Freak is back and more of a champion than ever. Uncluttered, with the balance wheel recentered and equipped with a date function for the first time, this masterpiece now incorporates the UlyChoc safety system, a new generation of shock absorbers.

BASELWORLD 2015: The U10 Tourbillon Lumière

Haute Horlogerie at its best! BASELWORLD 2015: The U10 Tourbillon Lumière

A sleeping beauty returns to the fore. A pioneer from the time of its creation in the late nineteenth century, Angelus has set numerous milestones in the history of Swiss watchmaking, such as its famous travel clocks that display their various indications on multiple dials.

BASELWORLD 2015: The Fabergé Visionnaire 1

A tourbillon in its most demanding version BASELWORLD 2015: The Fabergé Visionnaire 1

Fabergé’s first complicated watch, the Visionnaire 1 works its magic through a precious and unexpected composition reflecting the famous mysterious eggs from the Maison. This haute horlogerie model showcases the tourbillon in its most demanding version: the flying tourbillon.

BASELWORLD 2015: A true icon of Bulgari

The remarkable Serpenti BASELWORLD 2015: A true icon of Bulgari

A true icon of the Rome-based firm, the Serpenti watch inaugurates an original variation on its curvaceously sensual design. For the very first time, the head and tail of the legendary snake cross over on the wrist in a remarkably supple composition.

BASELWORLD 2015: Ulysse Nardin Hourstriker Oil Pump shines in Gold

A timepiece that honors oil-industry BASELWORLD 2015: Ulysse Nardin Hourstriker Oil Pump shines in Gold

The latest edition to the Exceptional Collection, the Ulysse Nardin Hourstriker Oil Pump is a timepiece that honors industry. Adorned and delicately hand-engraved in gold, and enameled in black, the dial is one of significance, depicting the magnitude of oil fields and the harmonic rhythm of their oil pumps at work, unearthing fuel to power the world.

BASELWORLD 2015: The Slim d’Hermès draws on the visual culture

The essence of pure form BASELWORLD 2015: The Slim d’Hermès draws on the visual culture

Slim d'Hermès captures the essence of pure form. An elementary sobriety dictates each line, underscored by the thinness of the case and the right angle formed by the lugs. A study in harmony and rigor, Slim d'Hermès draws on the visual culture of Hermès, as witnessed by the original typography of the numerals, designed by Philippe Apeloig.

BASELWORLD 2015: The second time zone of Patek Philippe

A quest for constant innovation BASELWORLD 2015: The second time zone of Patek Philippe

For almost 80 years, Patek Philippe has defied time zones with disconcerting ease. In 1959, its patented Travel Time mechanism became its own legend, and in 1996 attained a new level of perfection. When the local time hand is moved forwards or backwards in one-hour increments, an isolator uncouples the time-zone mechanism from the main movement.

BASELWORLD 2015: Russian Roulette!

Son of a Gun Russian Roulette Glasnost G1 BASELWORLD 2015: Russian Roulette!

ArtyA takes its Son of a Gun concept to a whole new level: transparency. Serving as a sobering reminder that our time on earth is short, two genuine Flobert 6 mm bullets are fitted to the side of the case, right against the wrist. Suspended and motionless, as if neutralised in mid-air, they are inoffensive even though they have not been fired.

BASELWORLD 2015: The First Class Double Rotor Skeleton 20th Anniversary

Amazing watchmaking genius! BASELWORLD 2015: The First Class Double Rotor Skeleton 20th Anniversary

Perrelet celebrates the 20th anniversary of its emblematic Double Rotor by raising this fundamental invention to fresh peaks of refinement. Issued in limited series of 250 for its steel version, and 77 for the pink gold variation, the First Class Double Rotor Skeleton anniversary collection combines the watchmaking genius of this automatic winding system with the art of skeleton-working.

BASELWORLD 2015: The quintessence of mechanical watch technology

The Ulysse Anchor Tourbillon BASELWORLD 2015: The quintessence of mechanical watch technology

The quintessence of mechanical technology timelessly arrayed in gold and enamel, this new model incorporates the constant Ulysse Anchor Escapement, a constant force escapement with a design that breaks completely with the traditional watchmaking approach. A break-away current, the kind of waters where Ulysse Nardin loves to sail.


A practical horological complication, perfectly realised BASELWORLD 2015: The BIG BANG ALARM REPEATER

Hublot is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its iconic Big Bang model by revisiting and bringing a spirit of innovation to one of its most practical complications – the alarm clock. Integrating one of the oldest complications – the alarm clock function preceded even the advent of hands – the Big Bang Alarm Repeater is the fusion of two functional complications: a mechanical alarm clock and a second time zone.

BASELWORLD 2015: LAC « Tortue de Joux »

Transparency of the whole BASELWORLD 2015: LAC « Tortue de Joux »

Claude Meylan looks to the grand tradition of form watches to once again sculpt time. The fully skeletonised mechanical movement appears to float between two sapphire crystals. At the heart of the mechanism, the hour and minute wheels guide the hands in their infinite dance.

BASELWORLD 2015 Preview: The Diamond MasterGraff Grand Date Dual Time Tourbillon

Exclusive calibre BASELWORLD 2015 Preview: The Diamond MasterGraff Grand Date Dual Time Tourbillon

Graff orchestrates a fascinating encounter between Haute Horlogerie and Haute Joaillerie with its new creation: the Diamond MasterGraff Grand Date Dual Time Tourbillon. The result of more than 2,000 hours of development, its mechanical movement associates a flying tourbillon with a dual-time display and a large instantaneous date that jumps at exactly midnight.

BASELWORLD 2015 Preview: The MB&F MEGAWIND Final Edition

Polished surfaces and matte finishes BASELWORLD 2015 Preview: The MB&F MEGAWIND Final Edition

One of the factors that make MB&F Machines so distinctive is the focus on contrast: polished surfaces and matte finishes; precious metals with hard-working steel and titanium; tradition and avant-garde; and bright colours against monochromatic tones. Strong contrasts both catch the eye and engage the mind.

BASELWORLD 2015 Preview: BREITLING Chronoliner

The authentic flight captain’s watch BASELWORLD 2015 Preview: BREITLING Chronoliner

A chronometer-certified chronograph to measure flight times, a second timezone display in 24-hour mode to juggle time differences around the planet, a scratch-resistant high-tech black ceramic bezel: the new Chronoliner reinterprets the spirit of aviation in an original and timeless style.

BASELWORLD 2015 Preview: The Marine Chronometer Manufacture Ladies

Delicate in appearance BASELWORLD 2015 Preview: The Marine Chronometer Manufacture Ladies

Step out like a lady with the new Marine Chronometer Manufacture for women. A stunning timepiece comprised of feminine features and state-of-the-art technology, it is a force to be reckoned with. Delicate in appearance, with its mother-of-pearl dial, pastel Roman numerals and fluted bezel adorned with diamonds, it is also vigorous in function.

The future of Switzerland's skeletonizing The ARMIN STROM Skeleton Pure Collection

ARMIN STROM's Skeleton Pure celebrates the mechanical architecture of a movement by highlighting the layered construction of the components. Featuring ARMIN STROM’s Calibre ARM09-S, the movement is skeletonized and the plate accentuated through 3D PVD colorization.

Black, it’s the new black Unbelievable: MB&F HOROLOGICAL MACHINE No5 CARBONMACROLON

Black. As a colour, or to be more accurate, an absence of colour, there's nothing quite like it. Other colours go in and out of fashion, but black is always in. So adding a coat of black paint, a.k.a. PVD, to the case of the super-car-inspired HM5 would appear to be the sensible thing to do.

Rigorous beauty ARMIN STROM announces Skeleton Pure

ARMIN STROM continues to distill traditional watchmaking to its absolute essence with the introduction of Skeleton Pure. This striking new timepiece eliminates anything extraneous from the bare caliber and highlights the layered construction of the movement by colorizing the essential components, which features the firm's Calibre ARM09-S.

Anything but traditional High-end music box: The MusicMachine2 (MM2)

With its spaceship-like design, rock and sci-fi melodies and innovative resonance soundboard, MusicMachine 2 (MM2) boldly goes where no music box has gone before. Underneath its futuristic guise, MM2 features all the traditional elements of a beautifully-crafted, high-end music box. That’s no surprise as it’s made by REUGE, the music box manufacturer with nearly 150 years of expertise and experience.

The Velsheda was a super yacht Velsheda by Speake-Marin

Named after the iconic British “J Class” yacht built in the 1930s and still racing today, Velsheda offers a minimalist display of time using a single polished steel, blued hand. While the single hand extends across the diameter of the dial, its central hub is in the form of the Speake-Marin topping tool logo, as is the central seconds wheel sitting above it.

Aesthetic purity The quintessential chronometer: Chopard L.U.C 1963

With its blend of elegance, precision and aesthetic purity, the L.U.C 1963 is a natural descendant of the great historical chronometers. It brings the watch back to the fundamentals of its vocation: namely to provide the clearest, most accurate and most appealing display of time.

The best gifts come wrapped in Gold An 18K rose gold ARMIN STROM wristwatch

Give the gift that lasts a lifetime - an exceptionally crafted, mechanical wristwatch. The independent Swiss watch manufacture ARMIN STROM develops, produces and hand finishes each of its watches in its dedicated workshop in Bienne.

The perfect wristwatch for our era The Patek Philippe Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph Ref. 5990/1A

With this debut, Patek Philippe is expanding its collection of complicated Nautilus models, endowing the chronograph with the Travel Time function that indicates the time in two different time zones at a single glance. The new watch combines two highly popular complications and features additional functions for enhanced everyday convenience.

A golden Heart protected by black Titanium Armour The Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Black Golden Edition from H. Moser & Cie

A titanium case with polished DLC finishing is the armour protecting this exceptional solid gold movement and dial. In a very rare combination, exemplary of traditional watchmaking craftsmanship with a fresh new approach, H. Moser & Cie. introduces the Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Black Golden Edition in a series limited to only 10 pieces.

Bathyscaphe Flyback chronograph houses F385 movement Blainpain welcomes a new Flyback chronograph

Born in the late 1950s from a desire to offer a diver’s watch in a size suited to daily wear, the Bathyscaphe was reinterpreted by Blancpain in 2013. This year, the timepiece that is equally at home under water and in chic urban settings takes on board a new self-winding F385 movement featuring a flyback chronograph function.

A new Aesthetic The Ulysse Nardin Hourstriker Tiger

The Hourstriker has been a part of the Exceptional Timepiece Collection for nearly 25 years, and the Hourstriker Tiger marks an evolution of the admired timepiece.

Water-resistant to 300 meters. A genuine diving watch: The Marine Diver

The marine world holds no secrets from Ulysse Nardin. Having contributed to the conquest of the oceans through the development of its legendary marine chronometers, the watchmaker has now anchored its impressive know-how in the sub-aquatic depths. Fully redesigned, the popular Marine Diver is both a highly reliable diving instrument and a fine sports watch that can be worn on every occasion.

Limited to just 50 watches The Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month

Several million years ago, a number of iguanas landed by chance on the Galapagos Islands. Unable to find enough food on the barren archipelago, they turned to the oceans for sustenance. But in the cold water, their body temperature sank rapidly.

The highest quality in three versions The Panerai Radiomir 1940 Chronograph

Officine Panerai presents a new chronograph of the highest quality, incorporating a fascinating combination of design, technology and history: the Radiomir 1940 Chronograph. This is available in three versions in different precious metals, platinum (PAM00518), red gold (PAM00519) and white gold (PAM00520).

Exclusively for women First choice: The Breguet Classique Dame 9068

Breguet has from its beginnings taken on the task of designing timepieces exclusively for women. The company takes pride in having had a number of prominent women among its clients, including Marie-Antoinette and Caroline Murat, queen of Naples.

Power and contrasts for a legend in movement BASELWORLD 2014: The Corum Golden Bridge Automatic Titan

Like a burning fire born of an alliance between gold and titanium, the legendary Golden Bridge Automatic from Corum appears in a whole new light. Contrasts, transparency and an exceptional mechanism combine in this new interpretation of an iconic contemporary Haute Horlogerie model.

Time for subtle refinement BASELWORLD 2014: The Feather Watch

Preserving traditions while remaining resolutely contemporary is an art that is perfectly illustrated in the pair of Feather Watch models by Corum. The design is a tribute to a 1970s timepieces and the 5N 18K red gold case comes in a finely wrought 39 mm diameter.

For women who pay keen interest to Haute Horlogerie watches BASELWORLD 2014: The peonies of the Cat's Eye Bloom watch

Rare and instantly recognizable by its oval-shaped case, the Cat's Eye collection is a reference for women who pay keen interest to the delicacy of Haute Horlogerie watches. For the first time, its dial has been given a floral peony theme, created using a special technique.

Made only for women BASELWORLD 2014: The Breguet Reine de Naples Jour/Nuit 8999

Among the timepieces Breguet produces, those in the Reine de Naples collection have always been noted for lapsing into poetry. This impression is no doubt due to the unique shape of the case, which symbolises the origin of life, but it could also be because it is a collection in which each highly complicated watch is made only for women.

When Fine Watchmaking shows the tides BASELWORLD 2014: The Corum Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Tides

An icon among sea-lovers now returns in a reworked design: the Admiral’s Cup ACOne 45 Tides watch. 21 years after its launch, this model with its mechanical movement driving indications of the time and strength of the tides, the lunar cycle, as well as the strength of the currents and the height of the tides, remains a truly unique complication in the Fine Watchmaking world. Its exclusive nature forcefully reaffirms

Watchmaking masterpieces BASELWORLD 2014: Rolex presents new gem-set versions of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster 34

Rolex is introducing new gem-set versions of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster 34 in 18 ct yellow, white and Everose gold. Rolex’s watchmaking art is stunningly combined with the captivating charms of gold and the purest, most scintillating of diamonds. Rolex’s mastery in gem-setting is founded on the same standards of excellence that have earned the brand its unrivalled place at the pinnacle of watchmaking.

Power and charisma! BASELWORLD 2014: The nabucco Rivoluzione II

RAYMOND WEIL’s emblematic collection, nabucco, makes a strong comeback this year. Power and charisma exude from this new piece with architectural proportions, which recall the values of this collection originally inspired by Giuseppe Verdi’s famous opera. Using ceramics on its bezels for the first time, RAYMOND WEIL reinterprets nabucco boldly, giving birth to a model with distinguished lines and a strong personality.

A reliable backup to the electronic timekeeping system BASELWORLD 2014: The OMEGA Speedmaster Professional Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Limited Edition

In July of 1969, two NASA astronauts became the first human beings ever to set foot on the surface of a celestial body. When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped onto the Moon, they had met the challenge delivered only a few years earlier by President John F. Kennedy. The feat has been described as one of mankind’s crowning technological achievements and OMEGA was literally on hand on this historic occasion.

Mechanical exploration BASELWORLD 2014: The CORUM Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Squelette

With its new Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Squelette, Corum offers a full immersion into the heart of its intricate horological workings. The airy architecture of a finely openworked mechanism, together with the transparency of remarkably modern date disk and the lightness of the titanium clothing the case with its iconic lines, all contribute to earning this new model a place of its own within the world of Fine Watchmaking.

Exclusive timepiece debuts with a sparkling face BASELWORLD 2014: Extravagant new model enhances the Pavonina Collection

In 2013 Glashütte Original presented the “Pavonina” for the first time – an extraordinary collection of seductively feminine timepieces celebrating women in all their diverse facets. In 2014 the broad repertoire of this fascinating and beautiful collection, which was created especially for women, has been enriched with a splendid, new timepiece fully set with diamonds.

High-end, Swiss-made timepiece BASELWORLD 2014: Starfleet Machine – L’EPEE 1839 by MB&F

It’s nothing new to see one of L’Epée 1839’s high-end, Swiss-made timepieces flying over the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound: L’Epée’s beautifully-crafted wall clocks were chosen to furnish Concorde cabins when the supersonic aircraft entered commercial service in 1976.

A real eye-catcher BASELWORLD 2014: The MILUS Tirion TriRetrograde

Aesthetic refinement and technical sophistication come together once again in the latest Milus Tirion TriRetrograde model. This fascinating balance of contrasts, a brand trademark, appears at many different levels with this new timepiece. The classic 45-millimetre case in pink gold supports a modern, narrow carbon bezel.

The Cat's Eye Collection Celebrates 10 Years BASELWORLD 2014: Girard-Perregaux presents the Cat's Eye Anniversary

With its subtle and distinct traits, Girard-Perregaux’s signature Cat's Eye collection has been a favorite among female tastemakers for ten years. Its perfectly proportioned oval case captures a timeless elegance with unmatched design details from the purest simplicity to surfaces washed over in a sea of glittering diamonds.

Made in platinium! BASELWORLD 2014: Die Classique Tourbillon extra-plat automatique of Breguet

Its looks are matched by ingenuity, for this extra-thin watch houses one of the more spectacular horological inventions – an off-centred tourbillon in a titanium carriage protected by a number of patents. The movement of this reference 5377 is also fitted with a non-magnetic silicon balance spring and an escapement made of silicon and non-magnetic steel.

The ultimate icon in watchmaking BASELWORLD 2014: The Perpetual Manufacture

Time is a traveler on the road to eternity. To tame it, people have long learned to impose a rhythm on it, to shape it into a cycle. Thus watches were invented to keep time – but now at last comes one that casts light on eternity itself! Crafted in celebration of infinity, the new Perpetual Manufacture is powered by the incredible Caliber UN 32, a movement that features the most advanced perpetual calendar in the history of watchmaking.

Bold elegance in Haute Horlogerie Preview BASELWORLD 2014: The H. Moser & Cie. perpetual calendar black edition

Recognized for its ingenious in-house calibres and elegant approach to Haute Horlogerie, H. Moser & Cie. starts 2014 with a bold new take on traditional watchmaking. The dark elegance of the Perpetual Calendar Black Edition is the first in a series of developments from H. Moser & Cie. that are both exceptional and very rare.

A fascinating combination of design, technology and history The Radiomir 1940 Chronograph in Platinium

Officine Panerai presents a new chronograph of the highest quality, incorporating a fascinating combination of design, technology and history: the Radiomir 1940 Chronograph. This is available in three versions in different precious metals, platinum (PAM00518), red gold (PAM00519) and white gold (PAM00520).

Retrograde Perpetual Calendar and Reversed Hand-Fitting A new creative vision: The BOVET Amadeo Fleurier Tourbillon Virtuoso III

The  rst stage in the process of developing a BOVET timepiece is to de ne its functions and aesthetic qualities. Straight away the timepiece is conceived as an entity by a body of watchmakers, designers and different watchmakers specialist (case-makers, dial-makers). Much more than the sum of their parts, BOVET 1822 timepieces are developed as a seamless and coherent whole, both technically and aesthetically.

The true skeleton watch Preview BASELWORLD 2014: The KUDOKE Real Skeleton

There are various types of skeleton watches - industrially produced or traditionally made by hand with a little watchmakers’ saw. Mostly abstract shapes are being moulded out of plates, bridges and cock to reveal the interplay within the mechanical movement.

Available in two version SIHH 2014: The Panerai Pocket Watch 3 Days

The absolute purity of Panerai’s design achieves an unprecedented and exclusive expression in the new gold pocket watches, two extremely elegant Special Editions of only 50 units each: the Pocket Watch 3 Days Oro Rosso (PAM00447) and the Pocket Watch 3 Days Oro Bianco (PAM00529).

Panerai presents the left-handed version SIHH 2014: The Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days

There are some watches which on their first appearance come across as true icons of a brand, from their ability to communicate their identity and history through their design. One of these is the Luminor 1950 3 Days – 47mm, the clean lines of which have an immediate appeal for enthusiasts looking for a model in the simplicity of which all the vintage fascination of Panerai watches can be found.

Horological masterpiece SIHH 2014: The LANGE 1 TOURBILLON PERPETUAL CALENDAR in pink gold

Thanks to an ingenious arrangement of the calendar displays around the time indication, the LANGE 1 TOURBILLON PERPETUAL CALENDAR presents an abundance of information at a single glance. Now, this horological masterpiece with the eponymous complications is also available in a pink-gold case.

Totally black, totally matt and totally faithful to Hublot's signature concept The BIG BANG UNICO ALL BLACK has finally arrived!

And it's finally here. Launched last year, the hotly anticipated Big Bang Unico is now available in an All Black version as a limited edition of just 500 numbered pieces, in line with all of Hublot's All Black series.

The acoustic poetry of time SIHH 2014: The LANGE ZEITWERK STRIKING TIME in pink gold

Three high-pitched chimes and one lower-pitched tone are the sounds with which the LANGE ZEITWERK STRIKING TIME announces each passing quarter and full hour. The first A. Lange & Söhne wristwatch with a chiming mechanism is now available in pink gold as well.

When engraving morphs into sculpture SIHH 2014: The Métiers d’Art – Mécaniques Ajourées

Through its new creations, Vacheron Constantin weaves subtle ties between two worlds that evolved in similar ways in the late 19th century: architecture and watchmaking. Based on one of the stellar in-house movements, Calibre 4400, this sculptural work with its airy, transparent and finely arched construction exalting the art of openworking vividly evokes the large European railway stations symbolising the golden age of the industrial revolution.

The laws of perspective SIHH 2014: Vacheron Constantin presents the Patrimony Traditionnelle 14-day tourbillon openworked

Vacheron Constantin illustrates an unexpected encounter between tradition and modernity in its Patrimony Traditionnelle 14-day tourbillon openworked model. Combining the tourbillon complication with the art of openworking, both of which were born at the dawn of the 19th century, the Manufacture transcends the codes of these ancestral skills to offer an eminently contemporary composition.

Regulator with orbital moon-phase display and 14-day movement SIHH 2014: The RICHARD LANGE PERPETUAL CALENDAR Terraluna

The RICHARD LANGE PERPETUAL CALENDAR “Terraluna” is a horological masterpiece that combines A. Lange & Söhne’s benchmark precision, inventiveness, and design competence. Featuring an orbital moon-phase display, a perpetual calendar with the Lange outsize date, a power-reserve of 14 days, and a constant-force escapement, this extraordinary time-keeping instrument represents the pinnacle of Saxon watchmaking artistry.

Luminor 1950 Chrono Monopulsante Left-Handed 8 Days Titanio SIHH 2014: PANERAI presents a unique edition limited to 300 units

Every detail of the Luminor 1950 Chrono Monopulsante Left-Handed 8 Days Titanio tells a piece of the history of Panerai watches. The new Special Edition, a unique edition limited to 300 units, reunites many of the characteristics designed and developed in the course of the thirties and forties for the Panerai watches made for the commandos of the Royal Italian Navy, integrating them perfectly with the technical solutions and materials of high quality contemporary sports watchmaking.

Amadeo Fleurier 36 collection BOVET presents the Miss Audrey

The Amadeo Fleurier collection is enhanced this year by the arrival of a 36mm diameter case. More than simply a change in size, this new timepiece brings a new face to the legendary Amadeo® collection. The new diameter of this case, available exclusively in stainless steel, was chosen to accommodate the different facets of this exquisite adornment.

A special timepiece to celebrate a unique affinity Limited to 8 timepieces: UTTE Asprey Special Edition

Arnold & Son is proud to unveil a special limited edition of its Ultra-Thin Tourbillon Escapement (UTTE) for Asprey of London. The two establishments share a common heritage, having been founded in London within 20 years of each other in the mid-18th century and progressing to secure a place for themselves among the most prestigious in their respective fields.

Unconventional design Ulysse Nardin shows its Spirit with the Freak Phantom

Ulysse Nardin, the Leader in Timepiece Innovation, shows its Spirit with the Freak Phantom. The iconic Freak marked a milestone in haute horology in 2001, revealing groundbreaking advancements in technology, design and materials, particularly the use of silicium. The limited-edition Freak Phantom continues the evolution of this notorious family of watches.

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