Omega presents the watch that equips secret agent 007 in No Time To Die, the 25th instalment of the saga which is scheduled for release in April this year. In it, Bond, James Bond, aka Daniel Craig, wears the new Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition.
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The new Villeret Ultraplate in platinum with blue dial focuses on the essential. Blancpain is offering this boutique exclusive as an 88-piece limited edition.
Audemars Piguet is introducing a limited-edition version of the Royal Oak Frosted Gold, designed in collaboration with the Italian jeweller Carolina Bucci. This 37mm interpretation in yellow gold replaces the habitual Tapisserie pattern with a silver-toned mirror dial.
After the special edition DB25 Imperial Fountain, a set of 12 watches, De Bethune presents two unique pieces, also of Asian inspiration. One is a tribute to ancient Japanese metalworking techniques while the second is a showcase for engraving, on titanium.
A one-only piece by its Les Cabinotiers department, this Phoenix testifies to Vacheron Constantin's passion for watchmaking technique. Its fifteen complications include a minute repeater, a tourbillon, a perpetual calendar and an equation of time. The case of this truly exceptional timepiece is ornamented with bas-relief hand-engraving.
A 41mm Arceau watch in pink gold frames a horse's head, borrowed from Hermès' "Robe du Soir" silk scarf. The design is assembled from 2,200 tiny pieces of leather. A reminder of the company's heritage as a saddle-maker, it is proposed as a limited edition of twelve numbered pieces.
A world-first in watchmaking, F.P.Journe offers a chance to hear the binaural sound of the Sonnerie Souveraine at www.fpjourne.com, recorded in the anechoic chamber of EPFL technology university in Lausanne.
At the recent Monaco Yacht Show, Ulysse Nardin presented four new additions to the Diver Chronometer collection, with black and blue redesigns joined by a Diver Great White and a special Monaco version, both limited editions.