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The Super Constellation takes off again The new Breitling Navitimer Super Constellation Limited Edition

(05/2011) After a temporary grounding period for maintenance work, the famous Breitling Super Constellation – one of the world’s three remaining flightworthy «Super Connies» – is preparing to take to the air once more. In a ceremony held on April 30th in Germany, Breitling renewed its financial support for the preservation of this legendary aircraft. The brand also announced the launch of a limited edition Navitimer chronograph that will delight devotees of the Super Constellation, while serving to raise funds to secure its future.

Fly fast, fly low, turn left to Reno The Oris BC3 Air Racing Limited Edition

(04/2011) 2010 marked a historic milestone for the Oris Big Crown Air Racing Team, as it saw them competing at the legendary Reno Air Races in Nevada, USA, for the very first time. Team pilot Don Vito Wyprächtiger was the first ever Swiss man to qualify for this prestigious event and placed 2nd in the Formula Gold Race at his first attempt. To honour this great achievement, Oris have created a special BC3 watch limited to 1000 pieces.

Reverso personalisation Jaeger-LeCoultre opens a new chapter in the art of personalisation

(04/2011) The most ancient and subtle of the decorative arts holds no mystery for the Manufacture in the Vallée de Joux. Enamelling, engraving and gem-setting are among the expert in-house skills harnessed by Jaeger-LeCoultre in developing its horological and artistic creations. On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the now cult Reverso watch, Jaeger-LeCoultre is once again pushing back the boundaries of its own inventiveness to launch a personalisation programme unrivalled in luxury watchmaking, drawing on the client’s initiative and artists’ dexterity to create yet more masterpieces destined to find their way through the ages.

Multifunction Swiss Made sport timepiece With Wenger Nomad: Always on course

(04/2011) Conceived for the modern nomad, the active outdoor enthusiast who’s always on the move from one place to another, via urban and/or remote natural environments, the Wenger Nomad, is a design forward, multifunction Swiss Made sport timepiece, which offers various analog and digital functions.

Slender dimensions with a huge history The Hamilton Thin-O-Matic

(04/2011) The new Hamilton Thin-O-Matic line has its roots in the 1960s, when the original model of this name first made waves. Available in two case sizes, each modern watch conceals the power of a slim Swiss automatic movement in a design that fuses elegance and comfort. The original Hamilton Thin-O-Matic watches earned fame as the flattest automatics of their time.

When time becomes art Audemars Piguet celebrates craftsmanship and artistic creativity through an exceptional watch exhibition

(04/2011) The concept of time was the center of the exhibition held by Audemars Piguet from April 6th to 10th in the 2011 edition of ZONA MACO, in the Banamex Convention Center in the heart of Mexico City. Zona Maco is an international contemporary art fair dedicated to contemporary art and its diffusion in society and the biggest art fair in Latin America with over 30’000 visitors and more than 90 exhibiting galleries coming from Latin America, the US and Europe (including David Zwirner from NYC, Max Wigram from London, and Hauser & Wirth from Zurich).

Limpid Notes in a Mechanical World Exceptional Timepiece: PIERRE DEROCHE - TNT RendezVous

(04/2011) PIERRE DEROCHE has combined the most advanced mechanical watchmaking with subtle musical poetry in its latest creation, the RendezVous, which displays a double gong under the sapphire crystal. Coupled with the striking-mechanism's on/off function, this device is unique on this kind of watch and gives this exceptional timepiece its intrinsic value.

Helping the wearer forget time for a moment Introducing the new MeisterSinger Pangaea Automatik

(04/2011) Slim, sleek and handsome – the Pangaea Automatik is a recent design from MeisterSinger. With no minute, or second hand, second or third time zones and no winding, the perception of the passing hours automatically slows down. The perfect dress watch – balance and refinement are key to the elegant appearance of Pangaea Automatik. The 40mm diameter case which is 9.4mm in depth, will appeal to both men and women.

The fascination of changing times The new automatic chronograph Hamilton Pan Europ

(04/2011) The Hamilton Pan Europ is an automatic chronograph dedicated to the fascinating theme of changing times. Inspired by a Hamilton timepiece of the same name, originally introduced in 1971, the design of today’s watch takes a nostalgic look over its shoulder, while its functionality celebrates modernity to the full. The year 1971, also the number of pieces in this limited edition and boldly engraved on the case back, is a significant date in the history of Hamilton.

Tiny Things from the Ore Mountains NOMOS Glashütte: The hour star-wheel

(04/2011) When our workers in NOMOS’ production halls mill, use a lathe, drill, or cut threads, a waste product is metal shavings so small that they can hardly be seen. And the workpieces that are the primary product are hardly larger: 0.4 millimeters in diameter or 0.8 millimeters long – dimensions like those of a computer monitor pixel, an eyelash, or a freckle are normal at NOMOS.

90th Anniversary Gucci Celebrates with Gucci 1921 Watch Collection

(04/2011) In celebration of its 90th anniversary, Gucci is pleased to introduce the Gucci 1921 watch collection. Named after the year in which Guccio Gucci founded the Florentine House, the collection includes four female styles and two male styles belonging to the Gucci Coupé collection, designed by Creative Director Frida Giannini.

Geared up & mission ready New pilot watch: The WENGER SQUADRON

(04/2011) The WENGER SQUADRON is a timepiece dedicated to the search & rescue squadron pilots worldwide, who are always prepared to assist the unfortunate active outdoor aficionados who find themselves off course or in even worse predicaments. These airmen rely on their timepiece for accurate and legible time-keeping, dead-reckoning navigation as well as a host of other related time keeping factors of importance, such as stop watch, countdown or elapsed mission time.

Sidereal with modern appeal Tribute to the Hamilton chronometers: The Khaki SkyMaster UTC

(04/2011) Inspiration for the new Hamilton Khaki SkyMaster UTC came from the pages of the company’s own history books, more precisely from documentation relating to the 1940s. At that time the Hamilton Watch Company was proud to be supplying sophisticated navigational instruments, in the form of marine chronometers.

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