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A beautifully written new musical score expressing the fine art of watchmaking SIHH 2013: The Piaget Emperador Coussin Ultra-Thin Minute Repeater

The latest embodiment of Piaget’s virtuosity in the field of ultra-thin movements since 1957, the Emperador Coussin Automatic Minute Repeater sets another double record for slenderness in its category: 4.8 mm for its calibre, and 9.4 mm for its case.

A strictly confidential object of desire SIHH 2013: The Crash watch cultivates the prestige of rarity

Created in 1967 at the very heart of “Swinging London”, the Crash watch bears the effervescent, carefree spirit of an era of freedom. It crystallises the encounter between the great creator of shaped watches and the joyful wave of popular transgression that overturned conformity.

Revisiting the Golden Fifties SIHH 2013: Baume & Mercier Clifton - urban times

Blending tradition with modernity, Baume & Mercier presents Clifton, a new line of men’s watches inspired by the models that had their heyday in the “Golden Fifties”. This decade is considered the golden age for wristwatches and is marked by the creation of elegantly designed timepieces.

Brand new Manufacture chronograph movement SIHH 2013: The Calibre de Cartier chronograph watch

With its strong lines and robust case, the Calibre de Cartier watch, created in 2010, has made its mark as a distinguished timepiece whose balance relies on a contrasting combination of satin-brushed and polished finishes.

On the Road Again It’s complicated: The Horological Machine No5

HM5 On the Road Again may appear relatively simple, but it’s complicated: the hour and minute displays look straightforward, but they are bi-directional jumping hours with indications inversed, reflected 90° to the vertical and magnified 20%; HM5 has a futuristic case design, but it's from the 1970s; the case of HM5 is not water resistant, but its movement is; HM5 has a modern automatic winding mechanical movement, but it was inspired by an era when quartz was King; the rear louvres on supercars block light, but on HM5 they let it in; HM5 has exhaust pipes, but they drain water; HM5 is On the Road Again, but its inspiration barely left the garage.

3.8 carats of diamonds Delightful: The Caprice Butterfly made by Ulysse Nardin

The delightful butterfly – a flash of color, a flit of wings, an image of myth and muse. Ulysse Nardin flutters in exquisite beauty with the new Caprice Butterfly. Brilliant in blues, with a pop of berry, and delectably adorned in 3.8 carats of diamonds (353 to be exact), the 18-karat white gold, and limited-edition Caprice Butterfly is breathtaking.

An extraordinary new opus in the ongoing saga of the Métiers d’Art collection Vacheron Constantin presents The Legend of the Chinese Zodiac

Since its founding in 1755, Vacheron Constantin has excelled in the field of precious ornamental techniques and cultivates passionate ties with the artistic crafts. The latter provide the Geneva-based watchmaking House with the opportunity to highlight its fundamental values – including of course its constant quest for excellence, as well as openness to the world expressed through unconditional support for both native and foreign forms of artistic expression.

Masterpieces for Eternity A. Lange & Söhne presents the Lange 1 Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar

With the imminent arrival of the Lange 1 Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar, one of the most innovative tourbillon watches with a perpetual calendar comes on sale. This exceptional timepiece is the latest in an artistically hand-crafted watchmaking tradition that has been nurtured in Saxony for centuries. All the more this is a reason to let it hold converse with masterpieces of the past in the collection of the “Historic Green Vault” in Dresden.

Tourbillon minute repeater with four cathedral gongs The Soprano by Christophe Claret

The Soprano is a timepiece of contrasts: traditional haute horlogerie with state-of-the-art manufacturing; English Parliament with French King; historic complications with contemporary design; aural indications with visual displays; noble gold with high-tech titanium, and metal components with sapphire elements.

On the beginning of a new epoch The Lange 1 Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar

The current 400-year cycle of the Maya calendar closes on 21 December 2012, and some esoteric people interpret this as the end of the world drawing nigh. A. Lange & Söhne's watchmakers do not share this view and instead are delivering one of the most innovative tourbillon watches endowed with a perpetual calendar – right on time to welcome the new cycle.

Time to please SIHH 2013 Preview: The Excalibur 36 with a halo of 672 diamonds

One model in the Excalibur collection adds a precious touch to its daring designs. The Excalibur 36 in pink gold and set with a halo of 672 diamonds (approx 4.78 carats) sparkles with the light of a thousand fires. Its aesthetic codes- dynamic shapes, sharp angles, powerful design – give it an allure that links refinement and beautiful watchmaking, without affecting the Roger Dubuis signature in any way.

Technique is placed at the service of beauty. Blancpain marries femininity and artistry

Aesthetically innovative, the new Retrograde Calendar delights with its surprising dial, featuring mother-of-pearl marquetry and extraordinary detailing. Hour and minute counters are decentralised at 6 o’clock. The calendar is indicated by a retrograde hand, which consistently jumps back to the first day of the month.

The Chronomètre Optimum F.P.Journe: The new masterpiece of the Souveraine collection

Combining a rich knowledge of the history of time with modern technologies and the example set by the great masters, the Chronomètre Optimum most certainly joins the great iconic timepieces of F.P.Journe Haute Horlogerie, in an ongoing quest for precision, innovation and excellence.

Geneva Trade Show preview The Hublot BIG BANG ZEBRA BANG

The call of the jungle continues. After the success of the Leopard Bang and the Boa Bang, it is the turn of the highly fashionable zebra print to dip its hooves. The height of sexiness and cool, zebra print is everywhere. Seen on the catwalks and all the It girls, zebra stripes are the height of fashion this year.

Elegance becomes part of performance SIHH 2013 Preview: The Excalibur 42 Chronograph made by Roger Dubois

The chronograph fosters the idea that a watch can be worn as an elegant way of improving achievement. With its sporting spirit and refined design, the Excalibur 42 Chronograph with a blue dial is sold exclusively in the Roger Dubuis boutiques. It is a superb example of beautiful watchmaking designed for increased comfort and performance. It is powered by the new RD681 automatic movement with a Roger Dubuis iconic micro-rotor.

A dream in many dimensions The Bird Repeater: The birds of Jaquet Droz

Born in 1721, Pierre Jaquet-Droz, the founder of the Workshop that was soon to bear his name, was above all a child of the Swiss Jura. In these valleys that are still today the cradle of Swiss watchmaking excellence, there is a sense of life in communion with the natural surroundings. The sound of birdsong accompanies the cycle of the seasons. And the songs of these creatures, a source of fascination during the Enlightenment for naturalist and fashionable aesthete alike, must have sounded sweetly to the young prodigy during his summers beside the waterfall of the Saut du Doubs.

Contemporary art The Romain Jerome by John M Armleder

RJ-Romain Jerome welcomes contemporary art. For its first partnership of this kind, the watchmaking Maison has chosen to collaborate with an internationally renowned Swiss artist, John M Armleder. This exceptional encounter between contemporary art and Fine Watchmaking has given rise to ten unique timepieces, all of them featuring a recurrent motif in John M Armleder’s work: the skull.

The calibre ATC11 ARMIN STROM: on tour with a tourbillon

The Biel-based manufacture has joined the highly exclusive club of horologers that develop and produce their own tourbillon movements. Showcasing their expertise, ARMIN STROM is currently touring the globe presenting their latest calibre, the ATC11, together with a collection of exceptional timepieces. The first stage of the tour recently took place in Interlaken, on October 25th, 2012.

Patented complication Remarkable: FREDERIC JOUVENOT Tour de Force

After its chronograph with dial-side rotor and a collection in honour of the solar deities, Frédéric Jouvenot is back in the spotlight with an unprecedented, patented complication that adds a whole new dimension to the power-reserve indicator. This technical exploit is the aptly named Tour de Force.

A powerful Timepiece for everyday use A masculine luxury timepiece: El Toro Perpetual Calendar

Ulysse Nardin launched the first Perpetual Calendar, which allows forward and backward adjustment of all calendar functions over a single crown, in 1996. This extraordinary invention set a milestone in the history of watchmaking by combining technical innovation and the user’s comfort.

Powerful and avant-gardist Ulysse Nardin: Riding the Surf with the newest Black Sea

Created for those passionate about aquatic sports, Black Sea tinted with yellow honors Ulysse Nardin’s nautical legacy in haute horology. Powerful and avant-gardist, it is a rugged all weather sports diving timekeeper with a self-winding movement which features a 42 hours power reserve indicator, oversized small seconds register and a large date display.

A black-clad sports model The Bentley Barnato 42 Midnight Carbon

Barnato. The name of the most famous among the "Bentley Boys", the men engaged in a passionate pursuit of victories and accomplishments that included winning the Le Mans 24 Hours Race no less than five times between 1924 and 1930. Also the name of an exceptional chronograph combining superlative style with peerless performance.

For the playfully glamorous woman Breathtaking: The Ulysse Nardin Caprice Butterfly

The delightful butterfly – a flash of color, a flit of wings, an image of myth and muse. Ulysse Nardin flutters in exquisite beauty with the new Caprice Butterfly. Brilliant in blues, with a pop of berry, and delectably adorned in 3.8 carats of diamonds (353 to be exact), the 18-karat white gold, and limited-edition Caprice Butterfly is breathtaking.

Twin Apertures with Outsize Numerals The New GRAND LANGE 1 and the Five-Minute Clock

The Five-Minute Clock above the stage of the Semper Opera House in Dresden represents a high point of Saxon clock making artistry. Its digital indication was revolutionary at the time, and has been indicating the exact time – visible even from the back row – during all performances of musical masterpieces since 1841. About 150 years later, it inspired A. Lange & Söhne in the creation of another world premiere: The LANGE 1, with the first ever outsize date indication in a series-production watch.

The Aesthetics of Time Travels The LANGE 1 TIME ZONE and the SAXONIA DUAL TIME

Managers are quite often frequent travellers. They spend a lot of time in planes and travel thousands of miles. On their journey through the 24 time zones of the earth they trust in reliable companions like the LANGE 1 TIME ZONE and the SAXONIA DUAL TIME by A. Lange & Söhne.

Just 3.87 thick! Ultra-thin: The Zenith Star Moonphase

Since 1865, Zenith has also been dedicating its legend to women. From the first enamelled pocket watches to jewellery pendant watches along with complicated wristwatches, its creations are an anthem to elegance and to the watchmaking art. And history is merely a prologue, as the new Zenith Star eloquently testifies.

Limited at 8’888 pieces Wow: The Alpina Worldtimer

By the mid-nineteenth century, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) had been established as the primary reference time zone for the British Empire and for much of the world. GMT is based on the line of longitude running through the Greenwich Observatory located in the suburbs of London.

New Collection 2012 TAG Heuer CARRERA: Speed, Emotion, Prestige

In 1963, Jack W. Heuer, the son of Charles-Edouard Heuer, started to work on a new chronograph specifically designed for drivers and motor-racing enthusiasts. A life-long fan of the sport himself, he knew what was needed: a wide-open, easy-to-read dial with a shockresistant and waterproof case tough enough for road wear.

Forged by a Giant Impact The MOONMACHINE by Stepan Sarpaneva

MOONMACHINE by Finnish watchmaker Stepan Sarpaneva is both the first of the MB&F Performance Art pieces by a watchmaker and the first to endow a Machine with a new complication.

An anthem to femininity A tribute to the El Primero calibre: The Zenith Star Open

Embodying the philosophy of absolute performance, the Zenith Star Open pays tribute to the El Primero calibre. Right at first glance, this model draws the gaze to the expressive strength of its original cushion shape accentuated by an opening at 10:30 revealing the legendary heart of the mechanical automatic movement, El Primero Calibre 4062.

The mechanical chronometer with a powerful character A unique creation: The Louis Moinet Mecanograph

MECANOGRAPH reflects the synergy between a manufacture-made chronometer-certified movement and the incomparable design qualities of Louis Moinet. The balance with screws, the lever and the gear trains are highlighted in an original way that is different on each side of the watch.

First diving watch with a helium release valve incorporated into the crown New diving watch: The Engineer Hydrocarbon Nedu

After presenting a chronometer certified water resistant to the extreme depth of 3,000 meters in 2011, BALL Watch has now unveiled a new major technological innovation in the design of diving watches with the new Engineer Hydrocarbon NEDU.

A new landmark in watchmaking history An exceptional timepiece: The Chopard L.U.C 8HF

The latest offering from Chopard Manufacture, the L.U.C 8HF model, is definitely bound for the history books as the exceptional timepiece introducing the new L.U.C 01.06-L, the first ever movement with a high-frequency escapement to be chronometer-certified by the COSC. Beating at a frequency of 8 Hz - compared with 4 Hz for ordinary mechanical movements - meaning 57,600 vibrations per hour, this mechanical movement was conceived, developed and perfected by Chopard Technologies in Fleurier.

Sailing Through History A story of adventure: The Classico Limited Edition Santa Maria

The Santa Maria, Christopher Columbus’ boldest sail merchant ship, was often endearingly called the Gallant Maria by her crew. The flagship vessel, used for the explorer’s first expedition in 1492, was regal and daring. Larger than her two sisters, La Niña and La Pinta, the Santa Maria is one of the most important ships in history for what she represented – fearlessness.

Three Patents HAUTLENCE - HL 2.0: A Mechanical Revolution

The HL2.0 collection represents the second generation of HAUTLENCE watches. After 4 years of development, it was first shown in 2010 and officially launched in its final version in 2011.

The colours of Time A rare timepiece: The MOGUL ALEXANDRITE

It responds to the warm caress of sunlight, to the flickering flames of a log fire, or simply to electric light. It changes colour over time and every day. A chameleon material with unique properties, CENTURY alexandrite is the new star in the MOGUL line, where it joins other iconic timepieces designed by CENTURY.

Less is more... Ivresse The exhilaration of time stems from its absolute infinity.

It is the epitome of the elegance of time. The purest expression of time, with no superfluous ornamentation, yet devoid of austerity. With an innate elegance over which time has no hold it revels in the spontaneity of the passing hours.

Sparkling by Day, Shining by Night DE GRISOGONO: The New TONDO BY NIGHT collection

de GRISOGONO is set to turn heads with the new glowing TONDO BY NIGHT collection. A line that is at once playful, luxurious and technical. The refined art of gemsetting blends smoothly with the technical sophistication of an exclusive in-house movement specially developed to display a gemset oscillating weight on the front side.

When a legend becomes a saga CORUM - Admiral’s Cup 44 Chrono Centro Didier Cuche

Charismatic brand ambassador Didier Duche – the ski champion who has now retired from competition – presents a new ladies’ watch bearing his effigy. It takes its place alongside the existing men’s model in his mini-collection.

Luxurious timepiece for the Ladies BASELWORLD 2012: The OMEGA Constellation 27mm Stars

The luxurious timepiece's brushed case with polished claws is crafted from 18 Ct red gold. The matching bracelet has brushed links and polished bars set with 144 full-cut diamonds totalling 0.54 carat. The bezel is paved with 32 full-cut diamonds with a total weight of 0.50 carat. The screw-in caseback features a sapphire crystal that reveals the perfection of the Co-Axial movement inside.

BASELWORLD 2012: Breguet Classique Chronométrie 7727

For the second consecutive year at Baselworld, Breguet is presenting its fundamental research into watchmaking in an area dedicated to that purpose. Driven by a desire to further the science of timekeeping by innovating, the famous watchmaker, Abraham-Louis Breguet invented devices that are still used in watchmaking today.

The return of the Pilot’s Watch BASELWORLD 2012: The unmistakable OMEGA Spacemaster Z-33

OMEGA introduces the Spacemaster Z-33. Inspired by the iconic "Pilot Line" case shape and equipped with a brand new multifunction quartz movement, calibre 5666 has been designed with modern pilots in mind and artfully combines its ancestor’s legendary design with OMEGA’s industry-defining innovation.  

Available in two versions: titanium and 18K King Gold BASELWORLD 2012: The Hublot Classic Fusion Tourbillon

With a chic sporty look which is more classical than the Big Bang, a slimmer profile and a timeless elegance which draws on traditional watchmaking values (while remaining faithful to Hublot's refined and dynamic codes), for the first time, the Classic Fusion is fitted with a tourbillon movement.

The Opus 12 made by Harry Winston BASELWORLD 2012: Opus overturns time

The presentation if the Harry Winston Opus timepiece is always awaited with great impatience at BASELWORLD and this year`s Opus has what it takes to puzzle those passionate about high complications like never before.

For men who love high-tech and performance BASELWORLD 2012: The Harry Winston Ocean Sport

A prime example of innovation and fine design, the Harry Winston Ocean Sport™ collection represents a state of mind that thrives on challenges. Its Zalium™ build imparts an athletic spirit and cutting edge design.  

Classic design and innovative technology BASELWORLD 2012: The De Ville Chronograph OMEGA Co-Axial Kaliber 9300/9301

OMEGA’s De Ville line has long been known not only for its elegant styling but for its introduction of some of the brand’s most important watchmaking innovations. For example, it was in a De Ville in 1999 that OMEGA launched its calibre 2500 equipped with a Co-Axial escapement – the component that since it was released has revolutionized mechanical watchmaking.

A powerful Timepiece for everyday use. BASELWORLD 2012: Ulysse Nardin shows the El Toro

This high tech perpetual calendar with a dual time function and the legendary in-house developed and manufactured self-winding movement is the most consumer friendly perpetual calendar ever produced and has passed the tests of time.

Big Bang Ferrari Magic Gold & Big Bang Ferrari Titan BASELWORLD 2012: Hublot & Ferrari

In Italy last November, Hublot and Ferrari announced their partnership that would make the Swiss ‘Maison’ the exclusive watchmaking partner of the Maranello-based Italian automobile manufacturer.

Telling the time using orbiting satellite complications Protected by a golden shield: The UR-110 RG

The UR-110 Torpedo has now been embellished with a solid gold armor. The UR-110 RG with its red gold bezel – 5N for the purists – consummately blends a golden touch of class with a high-tech Grade 5 titanium body.

A new vision of time and art SIHH 2012: Métiers d’Art - Les Univers Infinis

For over 250 years, Vacheron Constantin has been nurtured by a philosophy dedicated to highlighting our shared cultural heritage. The Métiers d’Art cultivated by the Manufacture serve as bridges spanning successive eras, by perpetuating sometimes neglected crafts with ancient origins. More specifically, the timepieces in the Métiers d’Art collection lie at the crossroads of past, present and future, and crystallise the human challenges that have forged and continue to nurture these skills from generation to generation.

The New Benchmark in Chronograph Design A. Lange & Söhne: The new DATOGRAPH UP/DOWN

When it was first presented in 1999, the A. Lange & Söhne DATOGRAPH already attracted global attention. With its sophisticated technology and subtly balanced design, it clearly stood out from the masses of timepieces with stopwatch functions.

Senator Meissen Tourbillon Glashütte Original celebrates Year of the Dragon with exquisite limited edition

Glashütte Original has chosen to celebrate the upcoming Year of the Dragon with an exceptional limited edition of Senator Meissen Tourbillons. The high-end German manufactory has created eight unique timepieces, each featuring a Meissen porcelain dial with a beautifully hand-painted Chinese dragon. Each of the ornamental dragons is rendered in a ceramic paint consisting of pure gold dust.

Airborne masterpieces MB&F Horological Machine No4: Razzle Dazzle & Double Trouble

Rebellious individualism is an incredibly powerful creative force. It is a force that has been responsible for some of – if not all – the greatest art in history. Art often thrives under adversity, so perhaps it should come as no surprise that during WW2, artists found their canvases in unusual places – such as on the nose cones of aircraft.

The record-breaking tribute watch High-performance chronograph: The Bentley Supersports ISR

On February 18th 2011, in the north of Finland, a special version of the Bentley Continental GTC Supersports convertible set a new ice speed record at 205.46 mph (330.695 km/h). In thereby testing its fastest and most reliable car ever in such extreme conditions, Bentley once again proved its supremacy in terms of technology and engine performance. Strapped firmly to the wrist of driver Juha Kankkunen was the new Bentley Supersports Light Body.

Where sport meets design Harry Winston: The new Ocean Sport collection

The new Ocean Sport is the epitome of innovation and design. A state of mind nurtured by challenges. A strength of conviction. Carved out of the exclusive Zalium alloy, it bears the signature of innovation. Its sporting personality highlights its powerful nature. Its design places it firmly in the avant-­‐garde of a 21st century spirit distinguished by innovation and accomplishment.

The latest diving watch Blancpain X Fathoms: The watch of all superlatives

In the context of a spectacular event taking place in the largest aquarium in the world, the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo in the Dubai Mall, Blancpain revealed its latest diving watch. The X Fathoms revisits the characteristics of its iconic 1953 ancestor, and combines them with a mechanical depth gauge to create the most high-performance mechanical diving watch ever produced.

Explosion of color! Introducing the Ulysse Nardin Classico Enamel Champlevé Dragon

With the new Ulysse Nardin Classico Enamel Champlevé Dragon, the manufacture honors, once again, the lost art of enameling, but this time, it’s through the legend of the Dragon, a symbol of success and prosperity. Legend claims that those who keep the mythical creature close will be granted guidance and protection.

Sporting power for a major complication Wow: Admiral’s Cup 45 Minute Repeater Tourbillon

First presented in 2009 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this legendary collection, the Corum Admiral’s Cup 45 Minute Repeater Tourbillon is now presented in a grade 5 titanium case. This material which is ultra-resistant and extremely hard to machine is endowed with the ideal physical properties to ensure perfect resonance of the notes emitted by the striking mechanism. A fine means of further enhancing this prestigious complication that remains the exclusive preserve of the greatest traditional watch manufacturers.

Capturing time with exclusive creativity and refinement Two extraordinary timepieces: Bulgari Grande Lune and Bulgari Papillon Chronograph

Capturing and taming the relentless pace of time is watchmakers’ daily goal. Bulgari’s interpretation of this quest incorporates the values upheld by the venerable House ever since its founding: technicality, originality, refinement, creativity, poetry… This range of parameters is now perfectly blended within two creations now enriching the Bulgari Daniel Roth collection: the Grande Lune and Papillon models.

A tribute to the great innovators of traditional watchmaking The MB&F Legacy Machine N° 1

Wild, extreme, outrageous, unrestrained: all might be used to describe MB&F's futuristic Horological Machines, but traditional, classical… round? With its monumental central balance; superlatively finished movement; completely independent dual time zones; unique vertical power reserve indicator and elegant annular case, Legacy Machine No.1 (LM1) is a tribute to the great innovators of traditional watchmaking; and above all, an authentic three-dimensional MB&F Machine.

The art of refinement, the art of horological expertise The Patrimony Contemporaine small model

Classic yet contemporary. Understated and refined. Moderate and yet sensual. The new Patrimony Contemporaine small model reveals its undeniable assets in an engagingly natural manner expressed through pink or white gold. Its femininity beats to the rhythm of a mechanical heart entirely crafted by Vacheron Constantin, hand-wound Calibre 1400, bearing the prestigious Hallmark of Geneva. This new creation lends its own unique aura of timeless charm to the feminine line from the Manufacture.

Sportiness & femininity Corum Admiral’s Cup Challenger 40 Chrono Diamonds

Women want sports watches, not men’s watches. The new Admiral’s Cup Challenger 40 Chrono Diamonds matches this expectation with a subtle alchemist’s blend expressed through a 40 mm case displaying the collection’s dynamic DNA, clothed in mother-of-pearl and diamonds.

The STROM - Agonium Collection New Addition: The Draco of Daniel Strom

STROM adds a new and exclusive watch model to the Agonium collection - the "Draco" model. Following the successful launch of the Agonium Collection with the model "Memento Mori, Carpe Diem" in 2010, Daniel Strom now presents the second limited edition model of this independent product line, the "Draco". People have always been fascinated by mysterious elements and magical experiences − by wondrous phenomena that seem to be more powerful, more unswerving, older and greater than people themselves.

An anthem to contemporary femininity ZENITH El Primero Lady

In 2011, the manufacture Zenith is writing a new chapter in the saga of its enduring romance with the fair sex. The world’s most precise movement, the legendary El Primero, appears within a 38 mm case perfectly suited to women’s wrists.

A limited edition of 30 pieces The Marin 2 Mk1 Thalassa by Peter Speake‐Marin

It is extremely rare for every single component of a watch’s case, its dial and its movement to be designed by just one man. When that man has the talent of master watchmaker Peter Speake-Marin, the result is a timepiece of transcendental harmony of form and function, aesthetics and technique. The result is the Thalassa.

The ingenious Dual-Wing-movement concept The Jaeger-LeCoultre Duomètre à Quantième Lunaire

The Duomètre line gets a new member: the Quantième Lunaire shows time, date and the age of the moon with the unprecedented precision of the ingenious Dual-Wing-movement concept. The Duomètre à Quantième Lunaire embodies the latest in horological achievements of Jaeger-LeCoultre: it displays time with a jumping seconds hand showing 1/6th of a second increments and additionally providing the date and the age of the moon in a separate sub dial.

A true Zeit Device URWERK presents the UR-1001 Zeit Device Über Complication

Time-measuring instruments have marked significant epochs in history for millennia. Six thousand years ago, the shadows cast by obelisks in the Sumerian city of Ur revealed the passage of the sun; two thousand years ago, astronomers in ancient Greece used the Antikythera mechanism to calculate the positions of the sun, moon and planets in the heavens; and in the 18th century, John Harrison’s H4 clock enabled safe and accurate navigation by sea.

Developed for the French Air Force The Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback Striking 10th

The flight instruments in the cockpit of a fighter jet are subjected to abrupt variations in pressure, intense vibrations and violent accelerations – from 9G to 11G. Thanks to its robust construction, the ZENITH Stratos can withstand it all. As the faithful heir of the Rainbow Flyback model developed for the French Air Force in 1997, the Stratos is equipped with the world’s most accurate automatic chronograph movement – the mythical El Primero – as well as the Striking 10th and Flyback functions.

Every Timepiece is unique! Angular Momentum: The Falcon collection

Angular Momentum has created an exceptional collection of Artisan Timepieces with „Verre Èglomisè“ miniature paintings of beautiful Falcons on the reverse of a 18.300 ct. Sapphire dial, placed in a 18 Kt. white gold case. The movement a historical self-winding movement manufactured between 1950 and 1960. The crown decorated with a black cabochon diamond.

A 100% Swiss watchmaking masterpiece The CODEX IDENTITY Venus

The CODEX IDENTITY Venus brings the Venus 203 mechanical movement into the spotlight once again with two limited and numbered editions. This vintage movement, a 100% Swiss watchmaking masterpiece dating from the 1950s and 60s, indicates the day, date and month as well as the phases of the moon.

The sports car for the wrist 47 mm steel case: The GRAHAM MANSORY Chronofighter Oversize

Boys’ toys – fast race cars and exclusive watches are typical status symbols of the mostly male MANSORY clientele. But until now, the refining specialist for luxury cars could only fulfil automobile dreams. Yet, with the presentation of the GRAHAM Chronofighter Oversize MANSORY, MANSORY changes this big time.

Four barrels for a world first Haute Horlogerie: The Chopard L.U.C Quattro

In 2011 Chopard presents the new L.U.C Quattro, which is powered by one of the biggest successes of Chopard Manufacture – the famous four-barrel L.U.C 1.98 movement. This elegant and sophisticated reinterpretation adopts the new aesthetic codes of the L.U.C collection and will delight devotees of Haute Horlogerie as well as all those with a taste for distinguished lines.

Great tradition of watchmaking The Zenith El Pimero Chronomaster Open Power Reserve

The Chronomaster Open unites in a spectacular fashion the most rigorous watchmaking tradition with bold contemporary design. This ZENITH model uncovers the very essence of time and reveals, in the openings on its dial, the 36,000 vibrations of its movement: the legendary El Primero. The aperture invites interest as much by the magic it emanates as by the curiosity it inspires. But make no mistake: the Chronomaster Open is fi rst and foremost an example of technological prowess, a timepiece that is 100% technical and 100% passion.

The Rebirth of an Icon New: TAG Heuer Link Timepieces

What turns a Swiss watch into an enduring icon of design and elegance? In the case of the TAG Heuer LINK, daring aesthetics, a glamorous history of celebrity endorsement, and, perhaps most important for the person who wears it, a level of perfect-fitting wrist comfort second to none. Supremely versatile, it is a watch for all occasions: whatever you do, wherever you are, the TAG Heuer LINK helps define who you are - urban, active, adventurous, sure of yourself and your place in the world.

Entirely in aluminium: case, bracelet and movement The F.P.Journe lineSport

F.P.Journe has chosen the Centigraphe as first timepiece to introduce its new collection, the “lineSport”. A collection of new watches of an astounding lightness, thought and conceived specifically for a proficient sportive activity, and that will include watches with manual as well as automatic winding.

A high-octane mechanical tribute to the automobile spirit The art of fine watchmaking: Chopard L.U.C Engine One Tourbillon

Having already showed extremely strong character with its sleek bodywork and high-performance “engine”, the L.U.C. Engine One Tourbillon now displays a fiery temperament in two new respectively red- and orange-accented versions. Equipped with the L.U.C 1TRM tourbillon movement machined like an engine block and mounted on silent-blocks, both versions pay tribute to the world of motor sports. And like the most coveted sports cars, they are issued in limited series.

A lovely timepiece Ulysse Nardin: The new Ladies Caprice Panda

The precious panda, beloved for its distinctive beauty and serene magnetism, is unlike any other – honored and intrigued by all who lay eyes on it. A symbol of strength and resilience, the gentle giant continues its reign as a creature of mystery and mystique.

When Aviation meets Luxury Alpina Startimer Manufacture in 18K Rose Gold

In celebration of the Fifth Anniversary its Manufacture in Plan-les-Ouates, Geneva, Swiss Watch Manufacturer Alpina Genève is proud to introduce a beautiful Pilot Manufacture watch in 18K Rose Gold. The Alpina Startimer Pilot Collection is a highly attractive range of contemporary timepieces, inspired by original Alpina designs from the 1920s and 30s.

Mechanical excellence and aesthetic appeal for every occasion New: The MANERO BigDate Power

The Manero range, produced by the Carl F. Bucherer watchmaking Manufacture in Lucerne, stands for understated elegance and classic design features. Within this family are models that have a clear, calm form language and are symbols of a timeless aesthetic appeal. The Manero BigDate Power, which is driven by the CFB 1964 automatic movement, has two functions.

Style, dynamism and excellence BULGARI - Endurer Chronosprint All Blacks

The new Bulgari Endurer Chronosprint All Blacks, Daniel Roth Collection celebrates the unexpected partnership based on authentic values shared by Bulgari and the world’s most famous rugby team, that of New Zealand All Blacks. This Haute Horlogerie creation issued in a special edition powerfully expresses a blend of technical sophistication, style and resistance through its symbolically charged aesthetic.

Overseas Small Model Date Self-Winding Vacheron Constantin: New chapter in the history of the sports collection

Vacheron Constantin is beginning a new chapter in the history of the sports collection from the Manufacture with the launch of the Overseas Small Model Date Self-Winding, a version featuring a subtle blend of character and elegance. Constituting both a precious piece of jewellery and a resolutely technical timepiece, this new Overseas ladies’ watch is notably distinguished by its 36 mm-diameter case in 18-carat pink gold and by its mechanical self-winding movement.

Custom-built Fine Watchmaking Atelier Cabinotiers: Watchmaking expertise meets artistic crafts

Created in 2006, Vacheron Constantin’s Atelier Cabinotiers revives the very unique spirit of 18th century Geneva. At that time, prestigious clients came to order directly from the cabinotiers, the watch industry craftsmen who forged the city’s reputation. Royalty such as King Fouad of Egypt or his son King Farouk were also ferevent collectors of one-of-a-kind models created by the Manufacture. Today, for the first time, Vacheron Constantin is unveiling two timepieces ordered from Atelier Cabinotiers, a new and unique service that custom-makes Fine Watches.

The first calibre with ultra-accurate 1/10th of a second measurement 10 vibrations per second: The ZENITH El Primero Striking 10th

The El Primero Striking 10th chronograph embodies the grand return of the Manufacture Zenith to the technical values that have forged the brand’s success. Unequalled to date, the legendary El Primero calibre was the world’s first automatic chronograph to beat at a rate of 10 vibrations per second. It is the most sophisticated mechanical ‘motor’ and the one boasting the highest degree of precision, since the vast majority of other mechanical movements beat at 8 vibrations per second at best.

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