The Carrera collection is getting a facelift at TAG Heuer, with chronographs that combine technology with elegance.
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The Geneva manufacture unveils a new medium size for the original white gold Calatrava Pilot Travel Time.
Still with its characteristic blue and burgundy bezel, Tudor's Black Bay dive watch gets the addition of a GMT function, thanks to the in-house MT5652 movement.
Blancpain's famed dive watch is given an annual calendar in its Bathyscaphe version. Its perfect legibility, robust movement and unidirectional rotating bezel confirm this is a watch cut out for the deep.
The Finissimo Tourbillon Automatic claims a fourth record for Bulgari as the thinnest automatic watch on the market – just 3.95mm high and with a tourbillon.
Patek Philippe revives its Ladies First Chronograph, withdrawn in 2016, with this new Reference 7150. The manual-wind chronograph movement is housed inside a 38mm pink gold case, set with diamonds.
Established in Lucerne, Carl F. Bucherer has unveiled a world-first of a peripheral automatic winding mechanism with a suspended tourbillon featuring a stop-seconds function. The in-house CFB T3000 movement is COSC chronometer-certified.
After the Defy El Primero 21, a 1/100 th -second chronograph, and the Defy Lab with its groundbreaking, ultra-precise oscillator, Zenith has announced a complete Defy collection that will cover varying degrees of complication. The entry-level model, the Defy Classic, was unveiled at Baselworld.