This boutique-only 250-piece limited edition complements the Polaris collection launched last January. The Polaris Geographic WT is an invitation to explore the world and the 24 time zones visible on an inner bezel ring operated via a 10 o’clock crown. The smoky blue dial gives a sense of great depth to this model. The day/night disc is immediately identifiable by its black/white graduation and serves to associate the correct day or night-time hour with the selected city.
Designed for fans of water sports, this timepiece water-resistant to 300m beats to the tune of the Powermatic 80 movement with its 80-hour power reserve. It is an ideal diving companion with its luminescent hands, ceramic bezel, graduated diving scale, screw-lock crown and screw-in back. Its 43mm stainless steel case is fitted with a transparent sapphire crystal caseback, while the dial is decked out in graded shades of dark blue reinforcing the maritime design of this model.
Based on offset indications and asymmetrical elements, the Project Z line introduces its latest model. Project Z12 features concentric indication levels and almost perfect symmetry… at least apparently so. The hands in fact jump beneath the large blue openworked bridge, sweeping across a 140° sector and returning to their bases at the end of the respective travels. This retrograde choreography is performed 26 times a day, right in the middle of overlapping circles.
Equipped with a perpetual calendar, the mechanism of this model indicates the date, day of the week, month, moon phase and year. It is designed to run until the year 2100 without any need for adjustment. This calendar variation features a double moon-phase display and a mirror-like view of the various cycles in both hemispheres. A special wheel train with a reduction rate ensures a degree of accuracy requiring a mere one-day correction in 577.5 years.
Bulgari sets a fourth record in the realm of extreme thinness with this model measuring just 3.95mm thick. Based on the Finissimo Tourbillon movement launched in 2014, this new development – Calibre BVL 288 – ensures automatic winding via an innovative peripheral oscillating weight located on the back of the movement. The latter incorporates a flying tourbillon equipped with a ball-bearing system serving to slim down the mechanism, housed in a sandblasted titanium case.
The Maison based in Le Locle is celebrating a century of nautical precision and values shared with the US Navy by launching a special edition, of which the spider-shaped skeleton movement reveals a delicate ballet of perfectly openworked components moving in complete symbiosis. The titanium case houses the Manufacture UN-171 movement with its 170-hour power reserve. This watch paying tribute to the American flag bears a blue ceramic bezel, crown and strap.
The Maison’s emblematic Grande Classique collection has proved consistently appealing since its launch in 1992. Since then, the line has been broadened to include new interpretations, without ever renouncing its elegance. Today, Longines adds a blue shade to this range. The new understated or diamond-set versions are available in four sizes designed to fit all wrists.The sunburst blue dial interpretation is paired with an alligator leather strap in the same colour or a stainless steel bracelet.
Joining the brand’s line of feminine watchmaking masterpieces, this jewellery watch has a Spanish name. Covered with a precious and enchanting material, blue sapphire whose purity is matched only by the perfection of its cuts, this model is fitted with a 42mm gold case housing an in-house self-winding movement. The subtly openworked gold hands echo the brand logo at 12 o’clock. The blue satin strap matching the colour of the sapphires magnifies the beauty of this creation.
This 500-piece new limited edition of the Scafograf features a triple timezone display function. Black is the dominant colour of this model, adorning the 43mm DLC-coated stainless steel case, as well as the dial, bidirectional rotating bezel and luminescent hour-markers. The screw-in caseback is engraved with a stylised hemisphere. Water-resistant to 100m, the Scafograf GMT “The Black Sheep” is fitted with a black or orange rubber strap.
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