The new Tambour Curve Flying Tourbillon Poinçon de Genève is a futuristic, high-tech interpretation of the Tambour watch.
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The Maillon de Cartier watch plays on the look of the classic chain-link bracelet while inventing a new attitude for today.
Is it a watch, a jewel, or both? Introduced in 2017 as a tribute to Chanel's design tropes, the Code Coco returns in beige gold, steel or ceramic, alongside two High Jewellery versions.
Powered by a COSC-certified movement inside an ultra-light titanium case with a helium release valve and 500-metre water-resistance, Carl F. Bucherer is donating part of the proceeds from sales of this Patravi ScubaTec to the Manta Trust in support of its efforts to protect these gentle sea giants.
Hublot introduces a carbon fibre case with black or blue occlusions to the Spirit of Big Bang range. The HUB6020 movement of this Tourbillon, a limited edition of 100, was designed specifically for the case.
The symbol of Tudor's maritime heritage, the Black Bay Bronze returns in a slate grey rendition featuring a gradient dial.
The Oyster Perpetual Yacht-Master 42 marks a double first for the Yacht-Master range with its 42mm diameter and calibre 3235 movement.
New from the Geneva-based Manufacture, the Calatrava Weekly Calendar Ref. 5212A-001 combines indications of the day, date and number of the week in a 40mm steel case.