Inspired by the 1858 collection, this timepiece directly connected to the Wear OS by Google app on Android mobile devices comes in several versions, all based on a 43.5mm steel case. While housing state-of-the-art technology, it offers over a thousand dial combinations enabling fans of traditional watches to express themselves. In addition to an orientation station for all outdoor activities, this timepiece facilitates traveling by means of a dedicated app and by adding Google Pay.
Two bronze models with green or brown dials harmoniously round out the emblematic collection. These 42mm versions are equipped with a bi-directional rotating bezel in black or brown ceramic. Characterised by a blend of robustness and elegance, this timepiece will take on a unique patina over time. The carefully balanced layout of the hour-markers, hands and date ensures optimal readability. As efficient as it is aesthetically pleasing, this model is chronometer-certified by the COSC.
This timepiece picks up the aesthetic codes of the model presented in 2011, the collection’s first extra-thin round watch. Its taut curves combine the tonneau shape and elegant roundness with a discreet nod to sport. Like the case, the bezel and caseback are made of TPT carbon, with red gold taking over the case middle. The graphically designed skeletonised calibre is wound by an off-centre platinum micro-rotor and features a variety of finishes appearing to play with light.
The iconic timepiece appears bedecked in green and features a ceramic insert on its bezel in the same shade as its dial, accentuating its sporty, modern and distinctive silhouette. The time read-off, punctuated by hour-markers dotted around its circumference, is particularly legible. Water-resistance to 300 metres, along with a unidirectional rotating bezel, screw-down crown and caseback, all contribute to asserting the character of this timepiece fitted with a matching steel bracelet or rubber strap.
Belonging to a new range of timepieces, this steel watch truly honours femininity and celebrates the Maison’s cherished “T” motif. Its case features voluptuous curves that elegantly embellish time. Brilliant-cut diamonds adorn the circumference of the case and light up the passing hours. The meticulously hand-lacquered dial features a particularly vibrant colour, while the bracelet ensures a sophisticated and glamorous style.
This sporty model focuses on readability and efficiency. With its elegant 42mm case, alternating satin-brushed and polished finishes, bevelled case-middle, screw-down crown, sapphire crystal and solid case-back bearing an engraving of the Alps, this creation offers an utterly refined reading of time. A large red-tipped hand indicates home time, while the bi-directional bezel, adorned with the day/night indicator, enables rapid adjustment. The dial is available in anthracite grey or navy blue.
This timepiece transforms time into a veritable ode to simplicity. Its Vantablack dial hypnotises the gaze and emphasises pristine beauty. Positioned at 6 o’clock, the one-minute flying tourbillon seems to be literally floating in the middle of a black hole, without any reflections, hour-markers or logo to divert attention from it. An aluminium coating adorns the tourbillon carriage, including the balance bridge and the escape bridge. Equipped with a double balance-spring, the in-house HMC 804 calibre can be admired through the transparent caseback.
Stemming from a set of four new interpretations, this creation is intended to be assertive, powerful, urban and sporty. Its 43mm steel case, with its sharp angles and clean lines, presents a strong and iconic design. Its crown at 2 o’clock features a particularly sophisticated aesthetic profile. Featuring a black, anthracite, red or blue background, the dial is inspired by the spokes of a wheel rim and enhanced with subtle touches of colour, while the perforated silicon strap ensures an extremely forceful style.
The edgy lines of this creation are immediately appealing. Its meticulously crafted carbon composite case is as light as it is strong and equipped with a patented suspension system. Alternating between different finishes, it reveals a reading of time evolving across a delicate blue gradient. The facetted hands and baton markers are coated with Super-LumiNova to ensure optimal readability in all circumstances. This chronometer is COSC-certified.
This 41mm self-winding model features a dial in Grand Feu enamel, the result of a meticulous process. Its elegant platinum case houses the Maison’s thinnest tourbillon movement, housed in a titanium carriage containing a custom-designed escapement and a silicon balance-spring oscillating at 4 Hz. As refined as it is powerful, this creation is endowed with an 80-hour power reserve thanks to a patented high-energy barrel.
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