The new Tambour Curve Flying Tourbillon Poinçon de Genève is a futuristic, high-tech interpretation of the Tambour watch.
Hublot presents the Classic Fusion Special Edition ‘London’, a limited edition that celebrates the Swiss watch company’s ongoing love affair with this vibrant, colourful city.
As Baselworld opens, Omega Chief Executive Stephen Urquhart talked to Migros Magazine about the upwardly mobile brand, which has price points between CHF 6,000 and 9,000, and produces 500,000 Co-Axial movements a year.
Nautically inspired, the Velsheda watch is named after the "J Class" yacht that was built in the 1930s and is still racing today. While the Piccadilly case suggests early marine chronometers, it is the dial that first captures our attention.
A concentrated blend of more than 200 years of horological heritage combined with a resolutely innovative spirit, the iconic Turbine by Perrelet gets a complete makeover to welcome its first skeleton movement: redesigned dimensions, new aesthetic details, an evolution in materials.
Under pressure from less accommodating markets, several watch brands have shuffled the decks and switched CEOs, although the new arrivals are all familiar faces. A game of musical chairs intended to minimise risks.
As befits such a virtuoso of complicated timepieces, this new watch by Kari Voutilainen incorporates a second time zone with 24-hour indicator and a retrograde power-reserve indicator.