Unveiled at SIHH, Elégante by F.P. Journe uses a motion detector to put this electro-mechanical watch in standby mode, thereby ensuring a minimum autonomy of 8 years.
This second piece from Ferdinand Berthoud follows on from the Chronomètre FB1 in its different versions. This new watch immediately stands out for the regulator-style display that shows hours, minutes and seconds on three separate counters.
Omega is globally renowned as the official timekeeper for the Olympic Games, a role it's fulfilling for the twenty-eighth time at PyeongChang. The brand has extended its partnership with the International Olympic Committee through to 2032.
Hublot and Depeche Mode have unveiled a 55-piece limited edition of the Big Bang. Each is unique, inspired by the band's 55 singles. Sales will benefit the non-profit organisation charity: water.
The 39.5-mm diameter singles this watch out as the brand's first for women – and as commendable as every other of its timepieces, from the sophisticated mechanical movement to the exceptional finishing.
The Octo line made its mark on contemporary watchmaking when first introduced in 2012 for the 110 facets of its case, and later for ultra-thin versions. This year Bulgari revisits the original Octo with a chronograph and a time-only in titanium.
Ahead of Baselworld, Breguet presents a Classique Tourbillon in its simplest attire so as to focus all attention on the beauty of its tourbillon regulator. The movement is similarly understated at just 3mm thick.
Breitling CEO Georges Kern promised to take a new broom to the brand's iconic product ranges. First up is the Navitimer, and the new Navitimer 8 pilot watch. The name refers to the company's Huit Aviation division, set up in 1938 to produce cockpit instruments and military watches.