The story of the Nantucket watch continues with the chaîne d’ancre, evoking its early days.
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The year 2021 marks the 220th anniversary of one of the greatest watchmaking complications: the tourbillon. An exquisite complex mechanism, the invention lies at the heart of a genuine human adventure that, to this day, contributes to the reputation of its creator Abraham-Louis Breguet and his House.
One look at its color says it all. The Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe in its plasma gray ceramic diving suit is on-call to explore the ocean's deep.
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.