The case of the DeWitt WX-1 strikes both by its shape and dimensions. The sophisticated architectural construction comprises 370 parts, including a wide range of model components, a winding device and intricate sliding systems. read more
The new DeWitt perpetual calendar watch accommodates mechanical self-winding Calibre DW7021, keeping track of the passing time by showing the date, day, month and moon phases. The timepiece also provides a dual time-zone indication with help of a dedicated red hand read more
The illustrious watchmaker DeWitt
is proud to introduce a new enhanced version of its acclaimed constant force tourbillon. Now it is equipped with a system, which serves to relay energy to its associated power reserve indicator. When the wearer turns the watch’s crown to wind the barrel-spring, a diminutive chain is driven. The chain utilizes an intermediate wheel to animate the power reserve indicator, sliding on a worm screw.
The functionality of the novel DeWitt Academia Tourbillon Force Constante a Chaine watch
includes hours, minutes, as well as a power reserve indicator. Giving life to these functions is a hand-wound movement
- DW8050 calibre
. The movement is embellished with 25 rubies and incorporates a balance wheel, which beats at the rate of 21,600 vibrations per hour. The exceptional movement provides a 72-hour power reserve.
DeWitt Academia Night Chronograph will be unveiled at Baselworld 2008. The new watch spotlights the complex 43mm Academia case crafted in 18K pink gold or a combination of pink and white gold.
The guilloche dial features a black and white color scheme in harmony with the unique sequential chronograph seconds display found at 9 o'clock. The DeWitt Academia Night Chronograph is equipped with an automatic movement offering a 48-hour power reserve.
Like each DeWitt movement, the mechanism has been constructed by a single watchmaker of the brand.
The timepiece has incorporated sapphire crystals on both sides. It boasts 30-meter water-resistance and goes on an alligator or rubber strap. read more
is proud to introduce the Academia Tourbillon Force Constante Mecanicam
, a timepiece that reflects an outstanding creative approach of the brand. The zest of the model is the iconic constant-force tourbillion revealed by a revolutionary designed dial.
The Tourbillon Force Constante Academia
, which premiered at Baselworld 2006, incorporates a unique regulation system that has been thoroughly reworked by DeWitt master-watchmakers. The dial of the new model allows to admire a completely redesigned movement. The previous model featured off-centrally positioned hands, while the Academia Tourbillon Force Constante Mecanica watch has the hands positioned right in the center, thus offering more legible read-off. read more
The top luxury watchmaker DeWitt
is delighted to introduce its new captivating timepiece, named Twenty-8-Eight Automatic
. Leaning more towards classicism, the brand has produced the extraordinary wristwatch, which exudes stateliness and quiet understatement. In the novel collection, Dewitt’s iconic imperial columns demonstrate a more discrete character and the pink gold case is even finer than before.
With this remarkable creation the brand offers a worthy homage to the 28 Floreal
. On this very day the Senate of Republican France declared Napoleon Bonaparte, Jerome DeWitt’s famous ancestor, an “Emperor of the French people”. It is not a coincidence that the Twenty-8-Eight Automatic was developed on the 28th of August!
Inside this horological novelty is a self-winding movement
- DWT8AU (ETA2892) calibre - a marvel of reliability and precision. read more
has created a new timepiece reflecting the brand’s rich heritage and daring approach to watchmaking. The Academia Seconde Retrograde Serenity
demonstrates resolutely masculine lines and dimensions, along with supreme aesthetic elegance.
The limited edition timepiece is created for lovers of exceptional mechanisms and extreme design.
The DeWitt watch is animated by an exceptional mechanical self-winding movement
, beating at a frequency of 28, 800 vibrations per hour. The Calibre DW1002 movement
provides a 42-hour power reserve. read more
The horological company DeWitt
takes great pride in announcing its new Twenty-8-Eight Regulator A.S.W. limited edition watch
, which upholds the highest levels of quality and craftsmanship.
Equipped with the brand’s proprietary automatic sequential winding system
, the new DeWitt watch is offered in a round-shaped case, crafted from 18-carat rose gold
. It stands 12.87 mm in height and has a diameter of 46 mm
. On its flanks, the marvelous case is skillfully embellished with the DeWitt’s signature imperial columns pattern.
At 3 o’clock, it exposes an oversized rose gold crown. Decorated with a ring in blackened titanium, the crown is marked with the “W” monogram. The case also boasts elegant lugs, which width constitutes 23 mm.
The DeWitt Academia Collection welcomes a new member - the Academia Blackstream Chronograph watch. The same as other pieces in the Blackstream line, the latest addition is destined at young, dynamic and sporty men.
The new Academia Blackstream Chronograph watch
has obviously been inspired by a sports car universe. The black velvet face of the new DeWitt watch
makes one feel its sporty elegance. The classical seconds are featured via a counter at 9 o’clock. It is visually balanced by another counter at 3 o’clock that will remind you an eye-catching speedometer of a racing car. The two sub-dials are interconnected by a “radiator-grille” that will make you think of the mechanical components of a car motor. The dial also demonstrates an elegant sunray pattern.
The heart of the chronograph watch is a self-winding mechanical movement
- DW6005. The 27-jewel movement, operating at a frequency of 28, 800 vibrations per hour, offers an advantage of a 48-hour power reserve.
The renowned watch manufacture DeWitt
has attained an honorable status of the Official Timing Partner
of the world-famous Guards Polo Club
This cooperation embraces customized giant clocks to be installed around the Club’s premier playing field at Smith’s Lawn, known as The Queen’s Ground, a display of watches to be presented in the Clubhouse, arranging of the joint events, as well as the creation of two remarkable watches, reserved for men and women.
The DeWitt “Queen’s Cup 1960-2010” watch
, created for men, found its inspiration in the new Twenty-8-Eight Tourbillon watch
recently unveiled at Baselworld 2010.
The new DeWitt watch features a 43 mm round-shaped case
, embellished on the flanks with the brand’s imperial columns motif. The case is crafted from 18-carat rose gold and has a total thickness of 10,28 mm. It is equipped with an 18-carat rose gold polished crown. The latter proudly reveals a blackened titanium ring marked with the “W” signature. read more
The prestigious horological company DeWitt
has recently introduced its extraordinary Blackstream Triple Complication GMT3 watch
, a new addition to the acclaimed Academia Collection. Encouraged by the world of sports, this timepiece is specially reserved for young and dynamic men.
In comparison with the previous GMT3 watch from the Academia collection, the Blackstream Triple Complication GMT3 watch has undergone a considerable development as for its style, shape and colors. The well-received predecessor of the novelty presented Day & Night, dissociated date and second time zone complications in a rather poetic way, utilizing bold colors and daring images on the Day & Night disc.
The new DeWitt watch boasts a black and streamlined design, borrowed from the world of aviation. The lower hour counter is created in a very distinctive style, which immediately brings to mind the plane’s cockpit. The notion of speed and mechanics is further accentuated by two aerodynamic “radiator-grilles” located at 3 and 9 o’clock. read more
DeWitt is proud to unveil a new majestic timepiece - the Academia Double Fuseau GMT2 Poetic watch
. The watch perfectly reflects the brand's avant-garde approach to fine watchmaking and its deep respect to the finest Swiss horological traditions.
The new DeWitt watch demonstrates a smart combination of materials and colors. The case of the timepiece measures 43mm in diameter and is crafted from rose or white gold and incorporates a screw-secured back.
The lustrous black dial
reveals a sunburst guilloche motif and is framed by DeWitt signature imperial columns. The dial features applied polished gold Roman numerals and the minute track. read more
The craftsmen within the DeWitt
manufacture gave birth to the new X watch
. The masterpiece will be unveiled within the framework of the Only Watch 2011 Charity Auction
, which will occur in Monaco on September 22 under the guidance and in presence of S.A.S. Le Prince Albert II of Monaco
. The proceeds raised from the auction will directly aid research efforts on Duchenne muscular dystrophy
The new DeWitt watch is set in a round-shaped twin-faced 49mm case
. It is sculptured in grade 5 titanium
. The model is instantly identifiable due to a steel X-shaped bonnet, operated by four push-pieces. When activated by these buttons, the “X” separates in its middle and opens up, allowing the wearer to see the watch face in its full glory.
The case carries a bezel, adorned with traditional DeWitt imperial columns. At 3 o’clock it reveals a grade 5 titanium polished crown. It is decorated with a blackened titanium ring, marked with the “W” signature. The back part of the case sports a sapphire crystal, secured with screws. The water-resistance
of the model is assured down to 30 meters
takes the wraps off its new Academia Chronostream watch
. Created in mind with young and dynamic individuals, it demonstrates a very chic case combined with a resolutely sporty dial.
Offered in limited edition of 250 pieces
, the new DeWitt watch employs a 43mm
or 44mm case
. It is crafted from rose gold
or grade 5 titanium with a black PVD treatment and a black rubber
. The flanks and bezel of the model are adorned with DeWitt’s imperial columns pattern.
At 3 o’clock, the case features a winding crown. Also in rose gold or grade 5 titanium, it boasts a ring made of blackened titanium and marked with the letter “W”.
The timepiece is also fitted with a sapphire crystal case-back, secured with screws. Its water-resistance
is assured down to 30 meters
The world of exclusive watchmaking welcomes the new DeWitt Academia Quantieme Perpetuel Sport watch
The sporty timepiece is created as a true racing machine, catching the glance by its “speedy red” details. The main central applique bordered by two red and white lines symbolizes a racing track. You will also notice thin red lines rushing out the back of the brand’s logo, reminding the back lights of a car speeding through the night.
The creators of the new DeWitt watch used Grade 5 Titanium
for the 44 mm case, bezel, crown, clasp and even screws. The case demonstrates a vertical satin-brushed finishing, while the bezel is embellished with a circular satin-brushed finishing.
The watch features a harmonious union of hard and soft materials – there are small black rubber inserts between the columns on the case sides and on the bezel.
takes the wraps off its new Golden Afternoon lady’s watch
, encouraged by the Pre-Raphaelite painters and poets of the 19th century Victorian England.
A perfect reflection of a multi-faceted feminine universe, the DeWitt watch has adopted a 39mm case
. It is crafted from 18K white gold
. At 3 o’clock, the model reveals an 18-carat white or rose gold polished crown, set with a blue sapphire or ruby cabochon. Its back side is engraved and secured with screws. The case handles the depth of up to 30 meters
The bezel, also in 18K white gold, is decorated with sparkling diamonds and 12 DeWitt columns. The bezel forms a precious frame around a black mother-of-pearl dial. It strikes the eye with pink and black mother-of-pearl flowers. The dial is paved with 4 rubies and 14 diamonds.
unveils its new versions of the Twenty-8-Eight Tourbillon watch
, initially introduced in 2010. The heart of the model is the first completely in-house Tourbillon movement – the calibre DW8028
The calibre DW8028 represents a manually-wound movement
incorporating a solid and reliable Tourbillon mechanism. Operating at a frequency of 18,000 vibrations per hour, it gives an advantage of a 72-hour power reserve.
The automatic Tourbillon boasts a peripheral oscillating rotor, a dead-beat second, and the Automatic Sequential Winding (A.S.W.) system patented by the brand. The balance, the escape wheel and the anchor are crafted from 18K yellow gold.
is pleased to announce it is taking part in The MILK
(Mainly I Love Kids
) Charity Dinner
. The event is to be organized on October 25th, 2010 at Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore.
During the dinner, DeWitt will unveil its special edition Blackstream Triple Complication GMT3 watch, a member of the brand’s iconic Academia Collection
. The one-of-a-kind timepiece will be auctioned during the event and the proceeds from its sale will be donated to support disabled children from disadvantaged families and communities.
The DeWitt Blackstream Triple Complication GMT3 watch
joined the collection in 2010. The timepiece makes one feel its dynamic masculinity and boasts a black and streamlined design that got inspiration from the aviation world.
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.
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.
, 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.
is proud to unveil its new sophisticated timekeeping creation - the Repetition Minutes Tourbillon GMT Antipode watch
. Watch lovers will immediately fall in love with the timepiece due to its unique technical and aesthetic features.
The new DeWitt watch is animated by a highly creative multi-complication movement
that offers three horological complications - the Tourbillon, minute repeater and GMT.
The Antipode watch boasts a two-faced case provided with an original axle-based rotation system that allows the case to perform a 360-degree rotation when the watch owner presses the lugs at 12 and 6 o'clock.