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BASELNEWS 2011 A totally feminine timepiece: TUDOR Clair de Rose

(03/2011) TUDOR combines refinement and extreme attention to detail in a totally feminine timepiece. The new TUDOR Clair de Rose line is a hymn to feminine beauty. As its name suggests, it takes its inspiration from a world of reverie and moonlit nights and transports us into a unique delicate and sophisticated universe. The centre seconds hand in the form of a cut-out TUDOR rose lends captivating and infinite charm to the timepiece.

BASELNEWS 2011 Powerful timepiece: Carl F. Bucherer Patravi EvoTec Calendar

(03/2011) At Baselworld 2011, Carl F. Bucherer is presenting an additional model in the successful Patravi EvoTec range, but with a different exterior: the Patravi EvoTec Calendar, with an appealing classic round case. It is also equipped with the CFB A1000 Manufacture caliber with peripheral rotor from Carl F. Bucherer. The CFB A1004 functional module offers a useful indication of the weeks in addition to a big date, day indicator and date indication.

BASELNEWS 2011 The Blancpain Villeret Grande Décoration

(03/2011) For the first time in its history, Blancpain is introducing a 45 mm-diameter wristwatch in its Villeret collection. The new Villeret Grande Décoration is a watch distinguished by vivid contrasts. The extremely pure design of its dial with its discreet enamelled chapter ring is counter-balanced by the incredibly refined decoration of its movement visible through the case-back of this outstanding exercise in style.

BASELNEWS 2011 Marine chronometer: The Ulysse Nardin Black Sea

(03/2011) Created for those passionate about aquatic sports, Black Sea 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.

BASELNEWS 2011 The Breguet Type XXI in Titanium

(03/2011) The Type XXI watch was inspired by the Type XX chronograph designed by Breguet for the Aéronavale française (the French naval air arm) during the 1950s. Its technical distinctiveness lies in a chronograph minutes counter positioned in the centre, like the seconds counter. The self-winding mechanical calibre also has a flyback function, which is specific to aeronautics and allows the chronograph counter to be reset to zero and restarted instantly with a single operation.

BASELNEWS 2011 Crafted in meteorite: The BADOLLET La Stellaire

(03/2011) The Stellaire by Badollet has its head in the stars. Imbued with a dreamlike sense of mystery, it is distinguished by a plate entirely crafted in meteorite and by the upper bridge of the tourbillon carriage set with extra-terrestrial olivines, representing an unprecedented technical feat. The movement bridges appear to be floating weightlessly, forming galactic circles reminiscent of the path traced by stars spinning around the same centre of gravity.

BASELNEWS 2011 RADO Highlights White in 2011

(03/2011) Rado first started producing white high-tech ceramic watches back in the 90’s. Classic, tasteful and chic, white is the colour to be seen in 2011. Whether it’s from head to toe or just one item, this definite colour adds a touch of elegance and refinement to any outfit. And so now, bang on trend, Rado has created new versions in white to selected ranges.

BASELNEWS 2011 Essentialist design philosophy: Victorinox Swiss Army Alliance

(03/2011) The Alliance line has steadily evolved since its earliest incarnations, yet the core values remain clearly and indelibly the same: serious, sober, function-driven design using Swiss-made components and crafted materials of the highest calibre. This year’s new Alliance rollout emphasizes fluidity and dynamism.

BASELNEWS 2011 Three-dimensional dial: CLERC Odyssey Silicium

(03/2011) The Odyssey S is made from materials derived from aerospace industry research, such as its silicon regulating organ. The manufactory-made movement is equipped with twin barrels ensuring a six-day power reserve. A dial opening at 10 o’clock provides a view of the balance-spring and balance, protected by a blue-tinted sapphire crystal, while the countdown is read off on the inner rotating bezel, and the three-dimensional dial provides an admirable setting for the various displays.

BASELNEWS 2011 Fiaba Collection For Fashionable Women by Maurice Lacroix

(03/2011) It is divinely slim, and seductively feminine. It is the Fiaba watch collection for women. Its name represents softness and fluidity. Once again in the limelight, and delicately reinterpreted by the Maurice Lacroix designers, it sets its style with a disarming naturalness. Just like a woman who instinctively knows what she wants.

BASELNEWS 2011 Understated design: Coinwatch C119RWH

(03/2011) Heads: the Mark collection is a new line from Coinwatch, directly inspired by numismatics and representing a new step in the brand's history of watchmaking. Tails: the C119RWH is a timepiece with a contemporary, understated design. Resolutely masculine, it juggles different proportions: a 12-sided bezel, a double-layered dial and three-dimensional hourmarkers. Offered in five versions, the collection meets the expectations of watch enthusiasts looking for an unpretentious timepiece with Swiss Made quality.

BASELNEWS 2011 Century: The ultimate fusion of horological aesthetics and technical expertise

(03/2011) A watch with an iconic shape mounted on a new bracelet: with the PRIME TIME EGOS CHRONOGRAPH DAY & DATE, CENTURY has achieved the ultimate fusion of horological aesthetics and technical expertise. Part of the ESQUIRE collection for men, this timepiece has a COSC-certified self-winding mechanical movement with 48-hour power reserve, and instantly catches the eye with its powerful, sophisticated looks.

BASELNEWS 2011 Mido presents two new two-tone models

(03/2011) These two new models are an extension of the Multifort range, inspired by Streamline. This American design movement dating from the early 1930s marks a major turning point in product design. In 1934, led by Georges Schaeren, Mido engineers and technicians developed the Multifort. Strong and handsome, it established itself as a benchmark of reliability and fine workmanship from the moment it appeared on the market.

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