The new Premier Heritage Collection is for the man of impeccable taste. These exquisite timepieces are the brand’s most elegant and refined.
Audemars Piguet releases three new 42mm Royal Oak Offshore Divers in stainless steel. Powered by a new movement, Calibre 4308, these models in khaki, blue or grey sport present a new dial aesthetics as well as a new interchangeable strap system to style up your dive.
The Le Locle watchmaker returns to its best-seller for an 8-piece limited edition with black PVD titanium case, a skull on the tourbillon carriage, and a choice of stingray or personalised strap. Introducing the X-TREM-1 – StingHD prior to Baselworld.
In an unprecedented move, TAG Heuer hosted a global launch of its newest smart watch – hosting a US unveiling in the Silicon Valley and a press conference in the heart of Switzerland back to back. In attendance at one or the other were the top ranking executives of TAG Heuer, Intel and Google. The huge press conference and unveiling announcements seem well warranted, as the new Connected Modular 45 smart watch is a truly big deal for a host of reasons.
Operation Seduction continues for the Boy.Friend, with new small, medium and large sizes, and a blackened steel bracelet with a tweed design.
A platinum case, a sunray dial in a rich blue, a perpetual calendar with astronomical moon-phase display… outstanding within the L.U.C collection, the L.U.C Lunar One returns as a 100-piece limited edition, still hallmarked with the Poinçon de Genève.
Japanese watch firms are intent on beating the crisis and, with competition rife at entry level, are strengthening their footing in the mechanical market, as shown by last year's takeover of Frederique Constant by Citizen, and by Grand Seiko's international launch.
Five thousand years ago, in Santiago del Estero in Argentina, a rare ferrous meteorite, rich in iron and nickel, fell to earth. This tiny fragment of the infinitely vast is now set at the heart of a unique watch: the DB28 Kind of Blue Tourbillon Meteorite.