After the launch, last November, of the Diver X and the Lady Diver, Ulysse Nardin begins the final chapter of the Diver story with three new 44mm chronographs.
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The Arraw Star Twist by RJ captures the beauty of the universe. A 39mm case, crowned with a sapphire-studded rotating bezel, surrounds a dial that draws us into the fascinating depths of a blue Magellanic Cloud.
It's the Official Watch of this year's FIFA World Cup™. It's also the first Big Bang Unico Bi- Retrograde Chrono. It's a first for Hublot, who has never before produced a bi-retrograde function, along with a central chrono, a movement with patent pending.
Baume & Mercier, founded in the Swiss Jura in 1830, is your partner for all of life’s special moments and now enhances the ladies’ Linea collection with a gleaming new version in fully polished stainless steel, expressed with fluid and feminine styling.
Coming after 21 Blackjack and Baccara, Poker is the last in Christophe Claret's hat trick of interactive watches. By transporting three of the best-known games from the casino to the wrist, the independent watchmaker from Le Locle has dealt a winning hand. Firstly, he shows that his genius for complex mechanisms is as sharp as ever. Secondly, he proves there are still uncharted territories to explore in a segment buzzing with ideas. All of which bodes well for the future.
The Hautlence watch brand from Neuchâtel springs a surprise at the Baselworld International Watch and Jewellery Show by presenting a first line under its recently launched “Signature” label. Drawing inspiration from the House style codes while reinterpreting them, Destination addresses cosmopolitan watch lovers by offering a complication that is a first for the brand: a dual time-zone indication.
Just like the first watch created by Daniel JeanRichard back in the late 17th century.
Recognized for its ingenious in-house calibres and elegant approach to Haute Horlogerie, H. Moser & Cie. starts 2014 with a bold new take on traditional watchmaking. The dark elegance of the Perpetual Calendar Black Edition is the first in a series of developments from H. Moser & Cie. that are both exceptional and very rare.