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Articles on the subject: New Models
The German town of Glashütte has been a centre for fine watchmaking since 1845. Nomos Glashütte is marking the occasion with three limited-edition versions of a classic model.
Clad in several hundred layers of woven carbon fibre, the Bentley GMT B04 S is the ideal companion for the road ahead, guaranteed to keep on running.
A hint of mother-of-pearl, a soupçon of gold, a smattering of diamonds… Patek Philippe brings a swathe of softness to its famous annual calendar. A visual enchantment that contains a wealth of technique.
The timekeeping performance of a constant-force, fusee and chain transmission meets the relaxed elegance of titanium. A mechanical heavyweight in the lightest of bodies for this grail of precision watchmaking by Romain Gauthier.
The H11 Centralbalance 3 Hands is the first ever watch with a central balance. Compounding the difficulty, the hands also remain at the centre of the movement. A feat of technique, soberly expressed.
Water, air, fire, earth… Armin Strom delivers a new interpretation of the four elements with a Tourbillon Skeleton, more impressive than ever.
Classic or extravagant, understated or contemporary, sparkling or colourful? Mechanical or quartz? For men or women? Watches come as multiple combinations, surfing the latest trends to make a statement on the wrist. In the run-up to Baselworld 2016, choose the one for you.