In 2019 and for the first time in the history of aviation, two British pilots circumnavigated the globe in a Spitfire. The main partner of the “Silver Spitfire - The Longest Flight” expedition, IWC has created a pilot’s watch in honour of this record-breaking flight.
In November 2019 Kering partnered with The Explorers. Ulysse Nardin reinforces this collaboration and becomes the official timekeeper of this ever-lasting around-the-globe scientific and exploratory expedition. Ben Thouard, one of Ulysse Nardin’s “friends of the brand”, is a key partner of the expedition.
First shown in 2015, the Zeitwerk Minute Repeater is the world’s only watch that combines a mechanical jumping numerals display with a decimal minute repeater. This complicated timepiece now comes in a limited 30-watch edition in white gold with a deep-blue dial.
Rebellion Timepieces presents a surprising evolution of the Weap-One, unveiled in 2017. Its asymmetrical 60-second flying tourbillon is transformed thanks to the use of a high-tech material: synthetic diamond.
The story of Roger Dubuis cannot be told without reference to the minute repeater. This legacy is once again on display with the Diabolus In Machina, which adds a flying tourbillon to the mix.
Montblanc adds two new models to its vintage-inflected 1858 collection, inspired by Minerva and its heritage. They include the single-hand 1858 Automatic 24H which features a map of the Northern Hemisphere on the dial, case elements in bronze and a hand-made NATO strap.
IWC Schaffhausen presents two Portugieser featuring Haute Horlogerie complications: the Portugieser Tourbillon Retrograde Chronograph and the Portugieser Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon.
Introduced in 1991, the Master Control gets a fresh update as Jaeger-LeCoultre revisits several models in the line, including this Master Control Calendar.