Luminosity is at the heart of the latest creation from Urwerk. The time display, left visible by the cover that locks over the trademark satellite hours, gives off a green glow, hence the Kryptonite name. Guaranteed danger-free.
Having acquired Watchfinder, a UK-based platform for buying and selling pre-owned watches, Richemont is the first big name to enter the increasingly coveted and fast-growing market for second-hand timepieces.
Montblanc's 1858 collection takes root in the watches being made in the early 20th century by Minerva, Montblanc's manufacturing arm since 2006. New releases include the pure vintage goodness of this Automatic Chronograph.
The ultimate luxury: Hublot presents the Big Bang Tourbillon Croco High Jewellery, paved with 13.4 carats of diamonds, complete with a bulletproof crocodile jacket. Yours for $1 million.
Jaquet Droz celebrates its 280th anniversary with the Grande Seconde Tribute – a special version of the now iconic Grande Seconde that saw daylight in 2002. This limited edition of 88 pieces comes with a Grand Feu enamel dial and, for the first time, a yellow gold case.
Following in the footsteps of Antide Janvier, François-Paul Journe has mastered the phenomenon of resonance, but in a wristwatch. This has been a slow process that began 35 years ago and gave us the first Chronomètre à Résonance F.P. Journe in 2000.
By using fluid inside a capillary connected to a watch movement, HYT has created an original, some would say philosophical means of displaying the time. The H₀ X Eau Rouge is further proof.