The latest rendition of the Tetra, a manual-winding model and a staple of the Nomos Glashütte catalogue for the past 25 years, now comes with a rich plum-coloured dial.
First imagined by the Le Sentier firm in 1959, this new interpretation in white gold swathed with diamonds is fitted with the legendary Calibre 101, the smallest mechanical movement in the world.
Since launching its first in-house calibre in 2006, quality and independence have been the watchwords at Maurice Lacroix, still at its original location in Saignelégier (canton of Jura / Switzerland). Its Mémoire 1 watch was one of the highlights of Baselworld 2008.
Their feather weight and slender size means they often go unnoticed, and yet with the exception of disc and roller displays, the vast majority of watches use hands to indicate the time. A visit to Waeber HMS, a maker of hands based in Fleurier.
Jaeger-LeCoultre revisits one of the successes that has marked its 175 years of existence with new interpretations of the Atmos clock, for which this is also a milestone year.
Parmigiani has signed a partnership deal with Pershing, the Italian luxury yacht builder, an alliance that has resulted in an exclusive collection of sports chronographs.
Imagined by Michel Parmigiani, the Kalpa Hemispheres is a dual time-zone watch whose second time zone can be adjusted to the minute. And if that weren't enough of an achievement, the Manufacture is ready to start deliveries.