Inspired by a 1964 model, this vintage-looking dive watch revisits Ulysse Nardin's illustrious past. Immerse yourself in tradition with the Diver Le Locle.
Boasting an ultra-light titanium case with an imposing 51mm diameter, the H4 Neo takes the lead in disruptive watchmaking. This 15-piece limited edition shows mechanical time measurement in a new light.
The equation of time complication shows the difference between mean and true solar time. The Marine Equation Marchante 5887 makes this difference instantly readable by simultaneously showing solar and civil time. This innovation is joined by a perpetual calendar and a tourbillon.
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Applied with the utmost care to a mother-of-pearl dial, this miniature painting is created with a luminescent material so that its beauty can shine through, even in darkness. Sheer brilliance!
After proving its capacity to machine sapphire cases on a large scale, Hublot adds colour. Blue or red, the Big Bang Unico Sapphire is a shade above!
Don't knock the rocks! Ladies’ jewelry watches at Baselworld 2017 made a statement in a less than stellar year. Harry Winston, Chopard and Patek Philippe were among the brands putting on a flamboyant show.
What goes around comes around… the El Primero, the most precise series-produced chronograph calibre in the world in 1969, reinvents itself in a new version that is precise to1/100th of a second. Packed with innovations, the Defy El Primero 21 delivers supercharged performance to take Zenith firmly into the 21st century.
A biaxial tourbillon rotates within the Moebius' movement, which itself appears to hover inside an impressive sapphire crystal case. Hautlence's expertise is plain to see.
HYT reaches further still into the origins of time measurement with H0. Presented at Baselworld, it is a reimagining of the water clock. Pure lines and futuristic volumes are a reminder that space and time form one.