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A tribute to a long-lasting passion BASELWORLD 2014: Longines Equestrian Lépine

(03/2014) To mark the year of the horse, the Swiss watch brand is presenting its Longines Equestrian Lépine, a pocket watch in rose gold. Echoing the brand's passion for equestrian sport, the back cover of this exceptional creation is decorated with a horse flying over a jump.

Officially certified chronometer BASELWORLD 2014: Rolex introduces updated versions of its Oyster Perpetual model

(03/2014) Rolex is introducing updated versions of its quintessential Oyster Perpetual model in 31 and 36 mm featuring exclusive new dials. The Oyster Perpetual – the purest expression of the Oyster concept and having no other function than a clear, accurate time display – comprises the renowned Rolex waterproof Oyster case and the self-winding Rolex Perpetual movement famed for its precision and reliability.

Distinguished by elegance and an alluring Design BASELWORLD 2014: OMEGA`s new Constellation Pluma

(03/2014) The Constellation family has long been admired for its elegant yet understated design and with the introduction of OMEGA’s Constellation “Pluma”, the collection is enriched with timepieces combining a state-of-the-industry mechanical movement with exquisite styling. These unique models take their name from the Latin word for feather, subtly hinting at the delicate design that accentuates the dial.

The great 40 mm classic boasts a sporting new look BASELWORLD 2014: Chrono 4 by Eberhard & Co.

(03/2014) Unveiled in 2001 at the dawn of the new millennium, Chrono 4 has become Eberhard & Co.’s best-selling model, the expression of an entirely unprecedented and revolutionary interpretation of time.

Brilliant new shades and designs BASELWORLD 2014: Chronoswiss Sirius Artist gives voice to color

(03/2014) The Artist's Collection watches, part of the classic Sirius line, are really eye-catching. Crafted to the highest qualitative and aesthetic standards, these masterpieces unite the traditional crafts of guilloché, enameling and skeletonizing. Siruis Artist was launched in 2013 with great success. Now, just one year later, Chronoswiss is presenting an extensive collection of models all created in our in-house studio.

The art of watchmaking is clearly visible BASELWORLD 2014: The Tissot Chemin des Tourelles Skeleton

(03/2014) The Tissot Chemin des Tourelles Skeleton takes its name from the place in which it was created. Chemin des Tourelles is the street on which the Tissot factory was built in 1907 and where the company still remains today. This watch takes pride in its origins and reflects more than 160 years of expertise. The art of watchmaking is clearly visible through its dial thanks to its skeletonised movement.

MeisterSinger presents a watch with a jumping hour BASELWORLD 2014: Salthora – time in the window

(03/2014) We split days into two lots of twelve hours. The numbers from one to twelve indicate manageable periods of time with which we are familiar from a young age, or which we have established over the course of our life: morning, noon, five o’clock tea and after work time. Our day is ruled according to the position of the hour hand.

The legendary world of a bygone era BASELWORLD 2014: The TUDOR Heritage Ranger

(03/2014) Imbued with the pioneering spirit of the far north and epic tales of sled dogs braving solitary frozen lands and infused with the exploits of unsung adventurers daily defying their hostile environment to explore new frontiers, the tUdor Heritage ranger brings the conquests of the last century into the present. a concentrate of heroic deeds, it offers modern urbanites a window on the legendary world of a bygone era.

Guaranteed waterproof to a depth of 1,220 metres (4,000 feet) BASELWORLD 2014: The modern version of the Rolex Sea-Dweller 4000

(03/2014) A legend among divers’ watches is reborn as Rolex brings back a contemporary version of the Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller, a model created by the brand in 1967. This 40 mm technical divers’ watch, waterproof to a depth of 1,220 metres (4,000 feet), features the latest in Rolex innovation: Cerachrom bezel insert in ceramic, long-lasting Chromalight luminescence, paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairspring, Oysterlock safety clasp and Rolex Glidelock bracelet extension system.

An icon in great shape BASELWORLD 2014: A new interpretation of the BREITLING Navitimer

(03/2014) Breitling begins a new chapter in the epic saga of its famous Navitimer aviation chronograph by launching a reinterpretation of the classic model in a larger diameter, as well as a travel version featuring revolutionary user friendliness. These two new variations on a legendary watch are both equipped with high-performance chronometer-certified Manufacture Breitling movements.

1954 – 2014: The 60th anniversary of its Conquest line BASELWORLD 2014: Longines celebrates

(03/2014) This year, Longines celebrates the 60th anniversary of the filing of the patent for its "Conquest" brand. To mark this occasion, the Swiss watch company is launching its Conquest Heritage 1954-2014, a selection of timepieces based directly on the very first Conquest watches.

New faces, new bracelets BASELWORLD 2014: The XXL Collection branches out

(03/2014) These are watches with a mechanism to measure time, and a design that goes way beyond mere mechanical measurement. The Vintage 1945 XXL Collection combines proven techniques with uncluttered aesthetics to give its time indications their maximum impact.

Made to last BASELWORLD 2014: INOX is a pledge of quality

(03/2014) The 130th anniversary of Victorinox is celebrated with a timepiece echoing the unique values of the famous Swiss Army knife: authentic, robust and reliable in all conditions. That watch is INOX. Designed and built to withstand unusual levels of stress, it has passed a battery of 130 ruthless strength tests with flying colours, and is further reinforced with a removable bumper protector composed of nylon and silicone.

Re-issue of a highly successful design BASELWORLD 2014: The Longines Heritage 1935

(03/2014) The Longines Heritage 1935 is based on a timepiece originally created for aviators but which went on to prove highly popular among the general public. With its cushion-shaped steel case and fluted crown, this model has an original look that evokes the timepiece on which it is based. As is typical of watches intended for use in aviation, the matt black dial is decorated with large white Arabic numerals and is coated with Super-LumiNova.

30 years of the pilots chronograph BASELWORLD 2014: The BREITLING Chronomat Airborne

(03/2014) To celebrate the 30th anniversary of its flagship Chronomat model, Breitling is launching a special series with a resolutely technical and professional look. It encapsulates the entire spirit of this legendary chronograph that has become a reference in the field of pilot’s instruments.

Perfect balance between professionalism and elegance Preview BASELWORLD 2014: The Alpina Startimer Pilot Automatic Sunstar

(02/2014) As an addition to the iconic Alpina “Startimer” professional pilot collection the Startimer Automatic “Sunstar” with « sunray » dial finishing, applied numerals and minutes ring, maintains all the professional pilot features the Startimer Collection is known for, while adding the luxury finishes normally found on elegant watches.

Standing the Test of Time Oris redefines the Big Crown Timer Chronograph

(01/2014) Oris proudly presents its latest incarnation of the covetable Big Crown Timer Chronograph. An updated classic with definitive new features, this fresh design is the perfect statement of a man's appreciation of accuracy, engineering and innovation.

Perfect dive time readability for professional divers The New Alpina 300 Extreme Diver 300 Orange

(01/2014) Orange is the most highly visible of all the colours in the spectrum, and particularly so when set against a dark, contrasting background. Water is responsible for the attenuation of light due to absorption. In other words, as one goes deeper on a dive, the water absorbs more color.

Hublot unveils a BIG BANG with a tonneau case It is the aptly named Spirit of Big Bang

(01/2014) And indeed, it embodies the spirit of BIG BANG. It features the BIG BANG codes with its 6 H-shaped titanium screws through the watch bezel, the lugs on either side, the two strap attachments, Hublot's famous hands and the SuperLuminova™-filled baton indices offering superb legibility, and the overmoulded rubber screw-down crown with the iconic letter H adorning its profile.

Returning to the 1970s Combining history and tradition: The Longines Heritage 1973

(12/2013) Combining history, tradition and precision, the Longines Heritage 1973 is based on a model produced by the brand in 1973. This new creation is fitted with the exclusive Longines column-wheel chronograph movement. The shape of the case and the subtle play of contrasts on the dial provide this model with a distinctive and harmonious image. The elegance of the 70s has been updated to suit modern tastes.

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