Nomos introduces the 33mm Metro Rose Gold, the smallest size in the range, powered by a manual-winding Alpha movement. Grey hour markers and purple minute markers gently contrast with the rose gold of the case and hands.
Renowned for its links to the nautical world, Ulysse Nardin unveiled in Paris a new collection of dive watches for men and women, while introducing two new ambassadors. The brand also announced its sponsorship of the Vendée Globe sailing race that will celebrate its 30th anniversary next year.
Breguet took a revolutionary approach and designed the Tradition Répétition Minutes Tourbillon 7087 entirely around the sound it wanted to produce. The result is a minute repeater whose chimes ring out with unprecedented purity and tone.
de Grisogono pairs with Samsung to present its first smartwatch. Black diamonds, rose gold and galuchat are the signatures of the most stylish, glamorous, feminine connected watch around.
At Baselworld, Patek Philippe marks the twentieth anniversary of its patented Annual Calendar. The Genevan firm is no longer alone in proposing a function that is both useful and affordable, a welcome combination in these uncertain times.
Patek Philippe came to Baselworld with a new iteration of its Grandmaster Chime Ref. 6300, which becomes the most complicated wristwatch in its regular collection. An alternative response to the current climate for certain brands only.
The new collection from Girard-Perregaux takes pole position for its sporting design. Lining up on the grid are two chronographs. Rally drivers or motorbike racers, the Competizione is for you.
After a triumphant launch in 2015, the Globemaster returns to the spotlight with one of Omega's six new Master Chronometer-certified calibres. This Annual Calendar with a larger 41-mm diameter is one to watch out for.