A rarely seen exercise in style ten years ago, skeleton watches are now part of the regular collections at brands intent on showing off their watches' inner beauty.
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Mechanical watchmaking is a world of unbridled creativity, as SIHH 2019 once again demonstrates. Whether in the field of traditional complications or in the "new horology" playground, after a quieter period these extraordinary creations again have an audience. Here is our selection of the ten most outstanding of all.
A miniaturised dynamo powers two LEDs to light up the H4's dial with colour, without batteries or electronics. Proposed as four limited editions.
This HYT watch is a bold reminder that time is passing by with its skull in three colours, each with a titanium case.
You may have forgotten your toothbrush (hopefully not your passport!), but you won't have gone anywhere this summer without your favourite timepiece clasped to your wrist - and another one in your suitcase, if you’re lucky!
The transparency of a sapphire crystal dome, a fluid symbolising the flow of time, the mechanical architecture revealed - the new H²0 by HYT marks its territory in space-time.
We thought they had gone out of style, dropped off the radar, been run out of town by the arbiters of classicism and good taste. But not so fast... not only are super-sized watches alive and well, they are actually gaining ground, much to the delight of a fanbase who expect their timepiece to be jumbo.