After sapphire, Hublot turns to transparent SAXEM, never before used in watchmaking, to produce the beautiful emerald green of the Big Bang MP-11.
IWC Schaffhausen and the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation have marked the 80th anniversary of Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s historic flight across the Atlantic, with an exhibition at the IWC Boutique in New York. The Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph Edition “80 Years Flight to New York” commemorates this event.
The Rolex Deepsea returns with redesigned curves and a first-time calibre. This truly is a dive watch for the deep: water-resistance is guaranteed to 3,900 metres with an additional safety margin of 25%.
Nomos teamed up with product designer Werner Aisslinger for the Autobahn Watch, that features a new Neomatik calibre with date. Big, bold and built for speed!
Still with its characteristic blue and burgundy bezel, Tudor's Black Bay dive watch gets the addition of a GMT function, thanks to the in-house MT5652 movement.
Blancpain's famed dive watch is given an annual calendar in its Bathyscaphe version. Its perfect legibility, robust movement and unidirectional rotating bezel confirm this is a watch cut out for the deep.
The Finissimo Tourbillon Automatic claims a fourth record for Bulgari as the thinnest automatic watch on the market – just 3.95mm high and with a tourbillon.