As tool watches gain in popularity, the chronograph's star continues to rise. Whether reissues of legendary models, new executions of vintage designs or high-flying mechanisms, brands have it covered. Here's our selection.
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The sentiment of love is reflected in the new Glashütte Original PanoMatic Luna with its dial adorned with diamond-set rod indexes and lilac Arabic numerals forming a heart at the center. The PanoMatic Luna is limited to 25 pieces.
Following on from a red gold version with blue dial, unveiled in May, Glashütte Original introduces a new iteration of the PanoMaticLunar. Made as a limited edition of 50, its dial displays a delicate opaline pink shade.
Five years after its launch by Glashütte Original, the Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date gets a green or grey dial for a special edition of 100 pieces in each colour.
This year, Glashütte Original celebrates the first decade of a watch that builds on the legacy of German marine chronometers.
By presenting their latest releases actually inside the Manufacture (except Glashütte Original which located to one of Geneva's luxury hotels), Swatch Group's prestige brands were able to highlight the singularity of their watches while making clear the complexity inherent to production.
Glashütte is launching Spezialist, its fifth collection that makes its debut with the SeaQ, a dive watch that rolls together history and modernity.
After slamming the door on Baselworld, Swatch Group had to come up with an alternative way to present its new releases to the press. The solution, the Time to Move roadshow, was the opportunity for the world's biggest watch group to flex its industrial muscle.