Jaquet Droz has introduced a new complication - a monopusher chronograph - to its Grande Seconde. A limited-edition version is joined by three other variations, this time in the regular collection.
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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.
In a year marked by Woodstock, Concorde's first scheduled flight and the moon landing, Swiss watchmakers battled it out to present the first automatic chronograph. It would be Seiko that took the honours with its Calibre 6139, before striking an almost fatal blow with the Astron.
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Four new watches join this emblematic collection. Designed for daily wear, they introduce a sleeker, contemporary style together with enhanced legibility.
A boutique-only limited edition, the Defy El Primero 21 sports a Midnight Black ceramic case surrounding a Zenith Blue movement.
For their fourth watch together, Italian luxury shoemaker Berluti joins Hublot to present a chronograph with Scritto script on the case. Titanium or bronze echo the patina of Berluti leather.
This year, Glashütte Original celebrates the first decade of a watch that builds on the legacy of German marine chronometers.