Inspired by the Frecce Tricolori watch that Breitling created for the hotshots of the Italian Air Force’s aerobatic fleet in 1983, the Super Chronomat is a supercharged, all-purpose sports watch.
After meteoric growth between 2015 and 2019, Gucci is looking for new ways to boost performance. The roadmap for 2021, the brand’s 100th anniversary year, includes a foray into Haute Horlogerie. The first watches are already on display, Place Vendôme in Paris.
Ulysse Nardin sails into 2014 with the latest addition to its Classico Cloisonné collection: the Amerigo Vespucci. Known for acknowledging magnificent ships of exploration, battle and beauty, Ulysse Nardin celebrates one of Italy’s most esteemed full-rigged frigates in this latest timepiece.
A specialist in patent searches and technology monitoring, Centredoc started out in 1964 as a scientific and technical documentation centre for the watchmaking industry, an activity still in demand although half its clients now come from other sectors.
This timepiece from the Villeret collection is welcoming a brand-new self-winding movement this year, beating at a rate of 36,000 vibrations per hour (5 Hz) and equipped with a flyback chronograph function. Moreover, for the very first time, it also displays a pulsometer function serving to check a heart rate quickly and easily.
Hautlence's tenth anniversary marks a new departure. With new products, a new partnership with football legend Eric Cantona, and a new positioning campaign, the company aims to give itself the aura and drive of a full-fledged brand.
A juxtaposition of the traditional and contemporary watchmaking, the Corum AC-One 45 Squelette is the latest step in the 54-year evolution of the Corum’s signature timepiece. Equipped with a skeleton movement open-worked in a modern, geometric style, the AC-One 45 Squelette retains the traditional Admiral’s Cup shape, but executed in lightweight, grade 5 titanium.
Celebrating a pure, rare and eternal material, the Collection Excellence Platine by Vacheron Constantin welcomes two new models that will delight all those with a taste for pure, understated dials, as well as keen long-distance travellers. This noble line of preciously attired watches highlights the full extent of the expertise cultivated by the Geneva-based Manufacture in the creation of mechanical movements ranging from the simplest to the most complex. Designed, developed and produced by the Vacheron Constantin Manufacture, the two calibres powering the Traditionnelle Day-Date and Power Reserve and Traditionnelle World Time watches thereby consolidate the brand’s range of useful complications.