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New Montblanc Homage to Nicolas Rieussec Chronograph Watch

Feb 04, 2014
In 2014, Montblanc pays homage to Nicolas Rieussec, a great clockmaker, the watchmaker to the French royal court, with an introduction of a new chronograph watch – an interpretation of the Nicolas Rieussec first patented chronograph born in 1821. The timepiece stands out due to its hour-circle positioned in the upper part of the dial and the chronograph’s elapsed-time counters found in the lower part of the dial.

Following the steps of the original model, the Montblanc “Homage to Nicolas Rieussec” chronograph watch features the elapsed time with help of two rotating discs, with a motionless hand indicating the passing seconds and minutes. It is interesting to mention that Nicolas Rieussec created this construction for accurate measurement of the elapsed times of horses running at a horserace.

The timepiece also offers the date function, indicates the time in two different time zones and provides a day/night display.

The novelty, crafted in rose gold or steel, has maintained the color scheme and the styling of the hands as they were presented by the original Nicolas Rieussec watch, yet it uses innovative materials and technologies.

The peculiarity of the model is its chronograph hand – the horizontal blued-metal rhombus is designed as a double index. Its tips point to the calibrated scale on the two rotating discs. The white-lacquered discs, one for 60 elapsed seconds and the other for 30 elapsed minutes, have been inspired by the look of the 1821 timepiece.

The hour-circle features slim black strokes and Arabic numerals positioned at 10-minute intervals. It holds an exciting surprise - in the dark the hidden hour numerals become visible on the dial. The secret of this amazing feature is the following: the hour-circle is rendered in ultramodern hybrid ceramic permeated with Superluminova pigments that form the Arabic hour numerals. They are invisible in daylight as they are smartly embedded into the hour ring, and are of the same color. But in the dark, the luminous pigments, along with the Superluminova-filled hour- and minute-hand, start to glow, providing great legibility.

The pale enamel-like hour-circle and the chronograph discs distinctively contrast with the fine-grained dial texture. The date display aperture is found at 3 o’clock, while the guilloche-decorated day/night indicator is positioned at 9 o’clock. A skeleton hour-hand shows the time in a second time zone.

The heart of the Homage to Nicolas Rieussec watch is a self-winding mechanical in-house movement - Calibre MB R200, characterized by supreme mechanical performance and beauty. The monopusher chronograph is governed by a laboriously milled column-wheel. Operating at a frequency of 28,800 alternations per hour and built with a double barrel, the 319-component movement gives an advantage of a 72-hour power reserve. The movement’s components are embellished with Geneva waves and feature beveled, polished edges. The mechanism also boasts red jewels, blued screws and shiny golden brass wheels. You can admire every detail via the sapphire crystal case-back.

The slightly cambered sapphire crystal with antireflective treatment on both sides protects the dial. The case provides great comfort on the wrist due to its doubly stepped horns that angle slightly downward. The monopusher chronograph button is unconventionally located at 8 o’clock and can be operated with the tip of the wearer’s right thumb. The deeply grooved crown demonstrates a domed Montblanc emblem in black and white. The 43mm case is teamed with an alligator-skin strap equipped with a pin buckle.

The Montblanc Homage to Nicolas Rieussec Chronograph watch will be available in autumn 2014. The rose gold model will be limited to 193 pieces (the number of the limited edition refers to the fact that 193 years ago Nicolas Rieussec introduced his first patented chronograph). The stainless steel version is limited to 565 pieces. read more

Vacheron Constantin Presents New Toledo 1951 Watch

Jan 28, 2014
Vacheron Constantin’s highly prestigious Historiques collection welcomes a newcomer - the new Toledo 1951 watch. The novelty is sure to meet the exquisite taste of watch collectors and passionate devotees.

The new Vacheron Constantin watch demonstrates an 18K pink gold case that stands out due to its signature shape with three rounded sides. You will notice the uniform polishing on the sides and the round angles. The case catches the light nicely accentuating its curves and levels. Matching the shape of the case, the sapphire crystal is also delicately curved.

The square shape of the dial echoes the shape of the case. Reflecting the fine tradition of artistic crafts cherished by the brand, the dial of the watch features a hand-guilloché centre. The geometrical motif of the dial’s center, inspired by the original 1951 model, also accentuates the case shape. One more original detail of the dial is its gracefully beaded and hollowed minute circle.

The case of the Toledo 1951 watch is characterized by the following dimensions – 36.4 mm x 43 mm and 8.9 mm thick. Yet, it is not too weighty and provides supreme comfort on the wrist. It is coupled with an alligator leather strap fitted with a half Maltese Cross-shaped pin buckle.

The heart of the novelty is a famous in-house self-winding mechanical movement - Calibre 2460 SC. Operating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, it is built with a 22K gold oscillating weight and gives an advantage of 40-hour power reserve. The same as all traditionally created Vacheron Constantin calibers, the 27-jewel movement boasts manually cut out and bevelled bridges and accurately polished screws.

The new Vacheron Constantin Toledo 1951 watch corresponds to the requirements of the highly prestigious Hallmark of Geneva.
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Ulysse Nardin Classico Horse Watch – Feel the Spirit of Independence

Jan 21, 2014
Fans of Ulysse Nardin will be pleased by the brand’s novel Classico Horse watch. Inspired by the Year of the Horse, the timepiece immediately makes one feel its spirit of independence.

The watch’s dial catches the glance by its graceful wild horses, galloping with liberty, with extensive plains and grand mountains in the background.

Ulysse Nardin is famous for its outstanding 25-year experience in the rare art of enameling, a highly specialized, centuries-old craft. The Classico Horse watch joins the brand’s family of intriguing enamel pieces.

While creating the Classico Horse watch, the brand’s master artisans applied the sophisticated champlevé method, with the cells carved with a chisel directly on the watch’s dial and filled with enamel. The beautiful creatures and the landscape reflect earth-tone shades of black, white, tan, green and gray created with help of different metallic oxides. Then, the piece is fired to make the enamel melt and polished after the surface becomes cool.

The 40 mm case is rendered in 18K rose gold. It is 50-meter water-resistant. The case is coupled with a leather strap fitted with a rose gold tang buckle.The dial is shielded by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal.

The see-through sapphire crystal case-back allows to rest one’s eyes on the watch’s movement beating inside – the self-winding UN-815 movement. The COSC-certified chronometer mechanism gives an advantage of a 42-hour power-reserve.

The new Ulysse Nardin Classico Horse watch belongs to a limited edition of 88 pieces.
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New Rado HyperChrome UTC Watch for Most Enjoyable Travelling

Oct 17, 2013
If you are looking for a reliable travelling companion, consider the new Rado HyperChrome UTC watch. The novelty shows two time zones simultaneously.

The case of the new Rado watch boasts the brand’s innovative monobloc construction to guarantee lightness, scratch-resistance and supreme comfort on the wrist.
The timepiece is presented in four variations, three of which have a plasma high-tech ceramic case.

Due to the use of the plasma high-tech ceramic, the surface of the watch has acquired a striking metallic brilliance, while no metal has been used. Plasma carburising represents an exclusive process patented by the brand. During the process, high-tech ceramic is exposed to gases activated at 20,000˚C and altering its composition. Yet, the ceramic material maintains its essential properties. The surface of the high-tech ceramic acquires its warm grey color that will not fade over time, but keep its scratch-resistant shine for ages.

The 42mm case is 100-meter water-resistant. The face is protected by a curved sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both sides.

The models with the plasma high-tech ceramic case have a black, grey or silver-colored dial. They are coupled with a bracelet built from plasma high-tech ceramic outer links and black high-tech ceramic middle links or a brown leather strap.

The model in matt black high-tech ceramic has a black dial and is teamed with a matt black high-tech ceramic bracelet. All the dials sport a moving anchor symbol.

All the new Rado HyperChrome UTC watch models are animated by an automatic ETA movement. The 21-jewel mechanism provides a 42-hour power reserve. The date window is positioned at 3 o‘clock. The movement is visible via the sapphire crystal case-back.
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Meet JeanRichard Terrascope Eagle and Jaguar Watches

Oct 15, 2013
JeanRichard pleases its fans by two new limited edition timepieces – the Terrascope Golden Eagle and the Terrascope Jaguar watches. The new JeanRichard watches are introduced on the occasion of SIAR – the Salon International de Alta Relojeria, one of the most significant watch forums organized in Mexico.

The novelties, limited to 50 pieces each, are devoted to the Golden Eagle and the Jaguar - the most emblematic creatures belonging to the animal kingdom of Mexico. Since the pre-Hispanic era, the Golden Eagle and the Jaguar have been greatly respected by the Mexican people. According to Aztec mythology, these creatures respectively represent Light and Darkness. Moreover, the two species play a vital role in the normal working of the ecosystems they belong to.

The Terrascope watch pleases the eye by its contemporary and original style. It has a sold cushion-shaped case with a large rounded bezel. It is 100-meter water-resistant. The case accommodates a self-winding JR60 movement that provides a 42-hour power reserve.

The JeanRichard Terrascope Golden Eagle watch demonstrates a black camouflage-style satin finish. The lower part of the dial depicts a delicate engraving of the potent bird of prey.

The JeanRichard Terrascope Jaguar watch features the same camouflage-style satin finish, but presented in grey. The lower part of the dial depicts a silhouette of the legendary cat.

Both versions of the JeanRichard Terrascope watch are teamed with a rubber strap, black and grey respectively. The strap stands out by a finely-ribbed surface, the JR signature and is fitted with a folding buckle.

Having created the two Limited Edition watches, JeanRichard provides financial support to the Wildlife Refugee Foundation working on the protection of the legendary Mexican animals that are now in danger of extinction.
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Welcome Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra > 15'000 Gauss Watch

Oct 10, 2013
Omega is pleased to introduce its new Seamaster Aqua Terra > 15’000 gauss watch. The novelty is animated by the brand's highly innovative Co-Axial caliber 8508. The mechanism boasts supreme resistance to magnetic fields exceeding 1.5 tesla (15,000 gauss).

The new Omega watch features a 41.50 mm case rendered in stainless steel. The case is coupled with a stainless steel bracelet or a brown leather strap. The lacquered black dial is sun-brushed from the centre and embellished with vertical lines – the signature feature of the brand's Aqua Terra collection. The dial is completed with brightly yellow details.

The innovative Omega movement does not use a protective container found inside the case. Instead, it contains selected non-ferrous materials, implying the movement itself is anti-magnetic. Even if exposed to a magnetic field exceeding 15,000 gauss, the movement provides reliable performance of a COSC-certified chronometer.

The protective inner cases, commonly used by other timepieces for eliminating the effects of magnetism, block the view of the movement and prevent the possibility of a date window. As the new Seamaster Aqua Terra doesn’t use any inner case, it boasts a see-through sapphire crystal case-back revealing the Co-Axial caliber 8508. The watch also features a date window at 3 o’clock.

The new Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra > 15’000 gauss watch is 150-meter water-resistant. Its remarkable reliability is guaranteed by a four-year warranty.
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DeWitt Classic Jumping Hour Watch - In Spirit of Imperial Nobility

Oct 09, 2013
The DeWitt Classic collection welcomes a newcomer – the Classic Jumping Hour watch. As witnessed by its name, the novelty boasts the jumping hour function providing a fun and unconventional way of telling the time. The hour is not conventionally indicated by a central hand – it is indicated by a special disk visible via a big aperture found at 9 o’clock. The hour changes instantaneously by a jump every 60 minutes.

The face of the new DeWitt watch catches the glance by its resolutely contemporary asymmetry. Its design is based on an original interplay of reliefs and depths. It features two intersecting counter circles and the off-centre hour aperture. The beauty of the dial is enhanced by a sunray pattern. The dial is available in black, white or blue.

The case, 40 mm in diameter, is crafted from 18-K rose gold. It demonstrates the brand's signature imperial columns on the sides. With its scalloped profile and soft curved lines of the lugs, it makes one feel the spirit of supreme simplicity and elegance. The case is teamed with a black alligator strap equipped with an 18-K rose gold pin buckle.

The Classic Jumping Hour watch is animated by a mechanical self-winding movement offering the following functions: jumping hour display, minutes and seconds, and a 42-hour power reserve. The 21-jewel movement is operating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour. The rotor oà the mechanism is decorated with a Cotes-de-Geneve pattern. It is visible via the sapphire crystal case-back.

The timepiece is 30-meter water-resistant.

The new DeWitt Classic Jumping Hour watch reveals meticulous care given to every single detail. It is created for those who would appreciate a subtle union of watchmaking tradition and innovation.
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Antonius Graf Strachwitz Retrograde Precious Series Watches - Trust and Joy of Swiss Quality

Oct 08, 2013 is pleased to welcome a new brand from Germany - Antonius Graf Strachwitz. It is interesting to mention that the name of the brand is related to a royal name.

Antonius Graf Strachwitz unveils two new limited edition models – the Retrograde Precious Series - Retrograde Precious Black and Retrograde Precious White watches. The timepieces, accompanied by the slogan «Developed from your dreams, based on pure quality technique», are 100% Swiss made.

The new Antonius Graf Strachwitz watches have been created as modern timekeeping accessories. They are based on the successful combination between tradition and fresh trends and demonstrate classic touches.

The elegantly finished case, 41 mm in diameter, is rendered in stainless steel. It is coupled with a refined black leather strap fitted with a stainless steel buckle. The case provides 50-meter water-resistance. The legible dial, black or white, is protected by a mineral crystal.

The timepieces are animated by Swiss quartz movements. Besides conventional hours and minutes, the watches offer an unusual retrograde day-of-the-week display with a brightly red hand and a round seconds display, along with the date window.

As for the case-back, it displays the family logo and original signature of Antonius Graf Strachwitz and the limited edition number.

The Antonius Graf Strachwitz watches are meticulously handmade «down to the last screw» and their Swiss quality is guaranteed by a two-year warranty.

And one more advantage - the models are available at a quite reasonable price – 699 Euro.

You can find out more about the Antonius Graf Strachwitz Retrograde Precious Black and White watches, as well as read an interview with Antonius Graf Strachwitz via

The creators of the models promise that their range of Swiss made products will develop along with their customers, who are their inspiration.
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Meet Harry Winston Ocean Tourbillon GMT Watch

Aug 26, 2013
Harry Winston introduces its new Ocean Tourbillon GMT watch. The novelty belongs to a limited edition of 100 pieces - 50 pieces are rendered in 18K white gold and 50 pieces in 18K rose gold.

The new Harry Winston watch boasts two complications - a dual time-zone function and a sophisticated tourbillon.

The dial demonstrates a dynamic new all-black design. It captures the glance by its multi-level structure. The dual time zone displays and the tourbillon are presented in overlapping circles. The seconds hand is mounted on the central axis of the tourbillon.

The pointer in an aperture at the top of the dial indicates a reference city referring to the time zone to which the local time display is set. You will notice also the day/night indication for the second time zone.

The heart of the Ocean Tourbillon GMT watch is a self-winding mechanical movement. The 550-part mechanism reveals a fine finishing corresponding to the top standards of haute horlogerie. It is hand chamfered with a vertical Cotes de Geneve pattern and black ruthenium treatment. It gives an advantage of a 110-hour power-reserve.

The new Harry Winston Ocean Tourbillon GMT watch is teamed with a hand-sewn black matte alligator leather strap equipped with an 18K gold ardillon buckle.
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Graham Chronofighter Oversize Wildlife Watches – Created for Explorers and Modern Conquerors

Aug 20, 2013
Graham introduces its new generation of Chronofighter Oversize watches. The novel chronograph models are aimed to provide precision timekeeping even under most extreme conditions. Following the steps of the previous models, the new Chronofighter Oversize timepieces have been completely re-engineered.

The case construction of the new Graham watches incorporates the brand’s signature start and stop lever on the left of the case. Crafted from plain carbon material, this feature appeared due to a specific machining process. The lever represents a unique piece of carbon, implying more stiffness and increased usability. The powerful personality of the watch is further enhanced by a black ceramic bezel.

The new Chronofighter Oversize Wildlife watches also boast a calculated telemeter scale. This peculiarity allows to measure distances with help of speed of sound – the user has to start the chronograph function when a visible event occurs (for example, lightning) and stop the chronograph when the sound reaches him (for example, thunder). Considering that the temperature influences the speed of sound, the calculations of the brand’s engineers have been based on 25°C – this is the average temperature on our planet. The user can measure the distance in kilometers on the dial with help of the scale rim (346 m/s).

The 47 mm case is crafted in steel provided with black PVD coating. The case is teamed with an integrated fabric strap. The face is shielded by a domed sapphire crystal with antireflective coating on both sides. You can drop a glance at the watches’ inner life via the smoked sapphire case-back.

The new Graham Chronofighter Oversize Wildlife watches are animated by an automatic chronograph movement - Caliber G1747. The 25-jewel mechanism, beating at 28’800 A/h (4Hz), gives an advantage of a 48-hour power reserve. It was constructed with an Incabloc shock absorber.

The new timepieces are 100-meter water-resistant.
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Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback Rainbow Watch - Stylish and Reliable

Aug 14, 2013
Zenith is proud to unveil its new El Primero Stratos Flyback Rainbow watch. Limited to just 250 pieces, the novelty will be available exclusively in Zenith boutiques.

The new Zenith watch has been inspired by the brand’s Rainbow Flyback watch born in 1997. The 1997 high-performance timepiece was created according to technical specifications established for the French Air Force – to withstand the most extreme conditions.

The heart of the novel Rainbow model is the El Primero Calibre 405 B automatic movement. Operating at the frequency of 36,000 vibrations per hour to guarantee 1/10th second precision, the movement provides a date display, a telemetric scale, and the flyback function. Created for those fond of aviation, the watch with the flyback function allows the user to stop, start and restart the chronograph at just one press on the push-piece (a simple chronograph requires three presses).

The case of the El Primero Stratos Flyback Rainbow measures 45.5 mm in diameter. It is rendered in black Alchron, a titanium and aluminum alloy characterized by supreme lightness and resistance. The case-construction incorporates a rotating bezel with a scratch-resistant aluminum ring.

The shape of the rounded sapphire crystal reminds an astrodome. The see-through sapphire case-back allows to admire the beauty of the movement beating inside.

The black dial is completed with contrasting white Superluminova hour-markers. The minutes counter is found at 3 o’clock. Following the steps of the first model created together with a fighter pilot, the minutes counter is presented in colors to guarantee night-time reading in infrared-lit cockpits. The hours are featured at 6 o’clock, while the small seconds are at 9 o’clock. The chronograph sweep seconds hand is presented in red. The dial is framed by an inner bezel ring with a telemetric scale.

The Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback Rainbow watch is teamed with a sporty rubber strap equipped with a black PVD-coated folding clasp.
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Edox Ghost Ship Limited Edition Watch - Striking Black Beauty

Aug 06, 2013
The famous Edox Class-1 collection welcomes a new member- the Ghost Ship Limited Edition watch. Each high-tech sports member of the collection is characterized by reliable technology and cutting-edge design.

The collection is devoted to Class-1 World Powerboat Championship. Edox is the official Timekeeper for the challenging race.

The new Edox watch belongs to a limited edition of 100 pieces. Its impressive black skeleton dial and transparent case-back reveal the workings of the brand’s luxury Calibre 95 movement with its most intimate, intricate details. It animates the following functions: hours, minutes, seconds, and chronograph.

The stainless steel case, 45 mm in diameter, is provided with a black PVD coating and incorporates a black ceramic bezel and oversize pushers. The case is 200-meter water-resistant. It is coupled with a genuine black rubber strap fitted with a stainless steel buckle. The face of the model is shielded by a scratch-proof and glare-proof sapphire crystal.

The new Edox Ghost Ship Limited Edition watch is expected to be available starting with September 2013.
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Meet New Nautical Seventies Vulcain Trophy Limited Edition Watch

Aug 05, 2013
Vulcain presents its new Nautical Seventies Vulcain Trophy Limited Edition watch.

The novelty is a tribute to the iconic Vulcain Cricket Nautical model unveiled in 1961. It gained a legendary status in the horology and deep-sea diving worlds as the first diver’s watch that boasted 300-meter water-resistance and was animated by an alarm movement truly audible underwater – it warned the diver that it was time to the surface. In 1970, the brand introduced a new version of the diver’s watch with a redesigned display.

The new Vulcain watch, limited to just 100 pieces, demonstrates a resolutely vintage look, having maintained the identity codes of the 1961 and 1970 models, yet using the latest technical innovations. It is 300-meter water-resistant and indicates the successive decompression stops.

The heart of the Nautical Seventies Vulcain Trophy is the brand’s manually-wound Cricket V-10. The finely crafted 157-part, 25-jewel mechanism sounds its alarm in a clearly audible way for up to 20 seconds underwater. It is constructed with twin barrels – one barrel for supplying the energy for the hour, minute and seconds functions, and the other barrel for powering the alarm function. Operating at a frequency of 18,000 vibrations per hour, it offers a 42-hour power reserve.

The same as the initial models, the 42 mm case, crafted in 316L steel, is enhanced with alternating polished and satin-brushed finishes. The case-construction boasts the signature triple case-back – it is used as a resonance chamber for the alarm function to guarantee utmost performance. One more advantage for the function is a hesalite watch glass – the same material was featured by the 1970 model for amplifying the sound.

The case-back is engraved with the Vulcain Trophy inscription.

The dial of the new Vulcain diver’s watch represents a blue re-edition of the 1970 model. The central dial indicates decompression details in blue. It stays fixed in place, while the 60-minute graduated rotating inner bezel ring is switched on with help of a screw-locked 4 o’clock crown. The dial provides supreme readability even in the dark due to luminescent hands and square hour-markers.

The new Nautical Seventies Vulcain Trophy Limited Edition watch is teamed with a comfortable and sturdy black and blue strap in water-repellent leather and fitted with a steel pin buckle.
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New Tudor Fastrider Black Shield Watch - Powerful and Unique

Aug 02, 2013
The world of watchmaking welcomes the new Tudor Fastrider Black Shield watch. The novel timepiece glorifies speed and top performance.

The monobloc case of the new Tudor watch is presented in matt black ceramic. It is monolithic and scratch-proof. The case is really unique as it has been made entirely in one sophisticated process, implying that the whole case has been produced as a single piece, reflecting the supreme technological expertise of the brand’s watchmakers. As a result, both the middle case and bezel are absolutely reliable and resistant.

The case-construction, 42 mm in diameter, is 150-meter water-resistant. It incorporates direct-action pushers and a screw- down crown crafted in PVD-treated steel. Its matt finish finely accentuates the clean curves and taut lines of the model, as well as its dimensions and the tachymeter scale on the bezel.

The dial provides great readability due to its brightly red luminescent details.
The timepiece is animated by a self-winding chronograph movement that gives an advantage of a 46-hour power reserve.

The new Tudor Fastrider Black Shield watch is coupled with a rubber strap or a leather strap enhanced with red stitching.

The novelty has been also created in another variation – a matt black case, a dial with bronze accents on the hands and hour-markers. It is teamed with a rubber strap or a beige Alcantara strap with black stitching.

To accompany the launch of the Fastrider Black Shield watch, Tudor has joined efforts with its partner, Ducati – together they have customized the signature Diavel Carbon bike with a black matt finish on the whole body of the motorcycle and brightly red details.
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Welcome New Porsche Design P'6752 WorldTraveler Watch

Aug 01, 2013
Porsche Design presents its new P'6752 WorldTraveler watch. As nowadays one can cross different time zones within just a few hours, the novelty has been created for globetrotters to keep them aware of the time back home.

The new Porsche Design watch has been inspired by the legendary Porsche Design P'6750 Worldtimer unveiled in 2007. It simultaneously shows the time in two different time zones. The second time zone display shows the watch’s wearer at a glance how late it is at home.

With the new P'6752 WorldTraveler, one can choose the home time from the 24 time zones of the world. To help the watch owner, the 24 time zones are engraved on the case-back of the timepiece. The second time zone is indicated by a hand with a red triangle at its tip with help of an inner 24-hour scale. The time itself is displayed on the outer 12-hour ring of the face. The date window is found at 3 o’clock.

The black face of the model demonstrates a purist design. It is completed with Arabic numerals and skeletal hands filled with white luminous substance.

The shot-blasted titanium case measures 42mm in diameter. If compared to the case of the P'6750 Worldtimer, it is 3 mm smaller and 2mm flatter. The case-construction incorporates a screw-down crown and a non-reflective scratchproof sapphire glass. It is 50-meter water-resistant.

The case is teamed with a black rubber strap fitted with a titanium folding clasp.
The new Porsche Design watch accommodates a self-winding movement - Eterna Caliber 3945A. Operating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, the 28-jewel movement provides a 68-hour power-reserve.

The new Porsche Design P'6752 WorldTraveler watch will be available to the public at the price of 5,950 Euro starting with the beginning of 2014.
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Iconic Speedmaster Family Welcomes Speedmaster '57 Omega Co-Axial Chronograph Watches

Jul 30, 2013
Omega debuts its new Speedmaster ’57 Omega Co-Axial Chronograph watches. The novel timepieces pay tribute to the legendary Speedmaster chronograph born in 1957 and universally famous for its participation in numerous missions in space, with six lunar landings on the list.

The new Omega watches have inherited the straight lugs extending from the case and the bracelets from the very first 1957 Speedmaster.

The new Speedmaster ’57 watches are animated by the brand’s Co-Axial calibers 9300/9301 – these are the first exclusive in-house Co-Axial movements that boast a chronograph function.
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Meet Saint Honore Worldcode Black Ceramic Watch

Jul 29, 2013
Saint Honore presents its new Worldcode Black Ceramic watch. The novelty has been destined to become the first Saint Honore men’s model crafted in ceramic. It has been inspired by the challenging world of motorsports.

The new Saint Honore watch has smartly united modern style and technical refinement. The sleek case measures 43mm in diameter. With black being an increasingly popular color in the horology world, black ceramic has been used for all parts of the case-construction - the case, bezel, crown, bracelet, and clasp.

Some design elements of the Worldcode watch are clear nods to the realm of motorsports – its carbon dial, black counters, 400 km/h graduated tachymeter scale, notched rotating bezel and red accents on the hands and counters.
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JeanRichard Neroscope Limited Edition Watch - Powerful Appeal of Black

Jul 25, 2013
JeanRichard introduces an exclusive limited version of its signature Aeroscope watch – the Neroscope. The name of the novelty is a combination of two words - nero (black) and Aeroscope.

The new JeanRichard watch boasts an aviator watch design and stands out due to its full black coating, reflecting all the nuances of black. The watch’s techno style of cockpit instruments makes it a fine choice for all those fond of aviation.

The light, robust titanium case measures 44 mm in diameter. It is provided with night-black DLC coating. It features a distinctive cushion shape and a large, round bezel. You will notice alternating “vertical satin” finishing on the flat surfaces and sanded finishing on the bezel.
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Longines Asthmometer-Pulsometer Chronograph - Doctor's Watch

Jul 25, 2013
Longines is pleased to unveil its new Asthmometer-Pulsometer Chronograph watch. The novelty demonstrates a fine elegant look the brand’s products are famous for. As for the model’s functionality, it provides not only the precision of a chronograph but also important medical information – with help of the timepiece you can measure heart rate and respiration.

The pulse and respiration scales are of a great use for those involved in sports competitions or training sessions. They can also inform a doctor about the patient’s vital functions.

The new Longines watch has been inspired by a 1963 model created essentially for medical use. The original model was born in the period when diagnosis could essentially depend on the precision of the instruments used by the doctor.
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Milus Zetios Chronograph ZCRC3 Limited Edition Watch – Devoted to Authentic Football Legend

Jul 22, 2013
The world of watchmaking welcomes the new Milus Zetios Chronograph ZCRC3 Limited Edition watch. The novelty reflects the colors of the Brazilian flag - green, yellow, blue. It is devoted to the notable footballer Roberto Carlos, a true legend in the world of football due to his outstanding kicking power and his lightning attacks.

The new Milus watch belongs to the highly exclusive limited edition of just three pieces worldwide. Three is the number on the footballer‘s shirt as well as his lucky number. One of the models is destined to become the timekeeping companion of the Brazilian football star.

The new version of the Milus Zetios Chronograph watch boasts highly stylish details. Its stainless steel case, 45 mm in diameter, is provided with black DLC treatment. The dial, presented in genuine carbon fiber, sports the colors of the Brazilian flag.
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