A watch with a vintage inflection that is also very much of the moment thanks to innovative Globolight®, a ceramic compound, and SuperLumiNova®.
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Richard Mille returns to the RM 033, introduced in 2011, with a 140-piece limited edition of this ultra-thin round watch with automatic winding, in the brand's signature Carbon TPT®.
New dials in straw marquetry, aventurine, osmium or carbonium® gold make a stunning backdrop for the futuristic movement architecture of the Ulysse Nardin Free Wheel. Each version is proposed as an 18-piece limited edition.
After sapphire, Hublot turns to transparent SAXEM, never before used in watchmaking, to produce the beautiful emerald green of the Big Bang MP-11.
The recent congress organised by the Société Suisse de Chronométrie trained the spotlight on 100 years of research in watchmaking. Despite the many innovations introduced since the early 2000s, it seems the industry is still struggling to take a long view.
In the same year, 1980, that he joined Chopard, Karl-Friedrich Scheufele imagined the St-Moritz watch. Today, seconded by his son, Karl-Fritz, and his father, Karl, he has looked to this best-selling sport watch as inspiration for the Alpine Eagle collection.
From dress watches to sport watches, Omega's latest releases run the gamut of innovative materials. Whether draped in Moonshine gold or coloured ceramic, incrusted with Liquidmetal or Ceragold, this year's new models make the most of the latest developments.