A year after its official launch, Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet continues to evolve with five new self-winding date, hour, minute and second references and five new self-winding chronograph models, with complex lacquered dials and a palette of deep colours.
Articles on the subject: New Models
Chiming watches, whether minute repeaters, grandes sonneries or alarms, are embedded in the history of the Le Sentier brand, a tradition it upholds this year with customary brilliance.
Panerai broke new ground in 2010 with a dive watch in bronze, a metal appreciated for the patina it acquires over time. It returns this year as part of the Submersible collection, with the introduction of a ceramic disc on the bezel.
First jumping, now sliding! Manufacture DeWitt offers a creative view of time with the original and amusing Academia Slide.
The ethos of Kari Voutilainen is captured in this 28ti, whose elegant, sturdy mechanism is housed inside a stylish and robust case. The dial is removed, leaving a clear view of the superbly finished movement.
Nomos enters the sport watch segment with the Club neomatik 42, which is also the first Nomos watch to have a metal bracelet. Generously sized at 42mm and water-resistant to 300 metres, it's made for an active life.
A master in the art of heat-treating metals, De Bethune explores the warm shade of yellow, achieved through thermal oxidation of the grade 5 titanium case and movement components in the DB28 Yellow Tones.
Zenith has chosen its iconic Pilot line for its very first silver case, presented as a limited edition of 250 pieces.