The Glashütte Original Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date is a unique timepiece. It is a proprietary caliber 37-02, encased within its 40 mm steel case. Automatic chronograph movement beats at 28,800 bph and offers a power reserve of 70 hours.
This timepiece is one of the most advanced examples of its kind in the world, featuring an automatic calibre 3255 with a Chronergy escapement and a Parachrom balance spring. The movement provides the timepiece with Superlative Chronometer precision and a maximum daily deviation of -2/+2 seconds.
The new OMEGA Speedmaster 321 Canopus Gold is a tribute to the very genesis of the Speedmaster. The CK2915-1 is a pre-NASA Speedmaster, reaching over a decade further back in its history than many of your fellow watch lovers tend to go.
Today's Rolex Lady-Date measures a feminine 28 millimetres in diameter and yet sports a waterproof rating to a depth of 100 metres. The Oyster case is remarkably robust and long-lasting – and combines a highly specified mechanical movement developed and produced entirely by Rolex.
A true ISO 6425 certified diver's watch with a ceramic case that faithfully reflects the tradition of the House's most famous diver's watches. The large 43mm case of the Rado Captain Cook is made of high-tech ceramic, a scratch-resistant and hypoallergenic material.
The HUB 1280 skeleton chronograph calibre is an in-house movement created ex-novo by the House of Versailles. The 72-hour power reserve means you can leave the watch in the drawer for the weekend and find it running again.
Glashütte Original SeaQ Panorama Date Green. It offers a 300 meter water resistance, and a manufacture 36-13 movement. It has 100 hours of power reserve, shown in all its beauty through the visible sapphire crystal case back – the perfect way to showcase the superbly finished calibres.
Beautiful and possible, the OMEGA Seamaster Professional Diver 220.127.116.11.10.001 is a true diver's watch for demanding dives, with its 300-meter water resistance and helium release valve at ten o'clock. Its 42 mm stainless steel case
Over the years, we've seen big – sometimes exaggerated – timepieces, but the modern twenties have shown a reversal of that trend, and Hublot – which has always belonged to the “big is beautiful” team – has today unveiled the Big Bang Integral Time Only line in a brand-new 40mm version