Designed by Aletta Stas, co-founder of the watch company, this model embodies a successful encounter between femininity and artisanal expertise. The 38.8mm case in pure or pink gold-plated steel versions features a diamond-set bezel and a moonphase complication. The midnight blue or intense black sunburst dial creates a pleasing contrast with the stars. The transparent caseback reveals the new in-house self-winding FC-701 movement, of which all functions are exclusively controlled via the crown.
Designed to be entirely at home in deep waters as well as sparkling brightly on dry land, this feminine timepiece water-resistant to 300 metres is equipped with a unidirectional rotating tungsten bezel. The cases, lugs, crown guards and wristbands have been further trimmed so as to give these models an even slimmer design. The sunburst satin-finish blue or white dials are set with 11 diamonds and feature a date display at 6 o’clock, driven by the mechanical self-winding movement beating at its heart.
This elegant and sophisticated 42mm timepiece flaunts an even slimmer outline while maintaining its iconic design. Attired in polished red gold, it ensures excellent legibility, even in the dark. Its ivory-toned dial features a pure design punctuated by blue numerals and enhanced by a small seconds subdial at 9 o’clock. Its delicately openworked movement is subtly revealed through the sapphire caseback, providing fascinating glimpses of certain mechanisms including the two barrels and the balance wheel.
This model with its resolutely maritime character is inspired by the nautical world. Its 45mm case sculpted from bronze is entirely patinated, thereby revealing the brown and chocolate-toned shades of the material. Honouring the collection’s naval origins, the dial is delicately crafted from teak, subtly highlighting the vertical structures of the wood in a reference to boat decks. Time is marked off by wide cut-out hands sweeping over 12 nautical pennants.
The Héritage collection welcomes two new XXL chronographs with distinctive designs featuring a stature clearly built for action. The 44mm stainless steel or black PVD-treated case is fitted with pro-eminent pushers. The silver-toned or black dial is topped by a bezel with an equally jet-black ceramic insert bearing a tachymeter scale. Behind the energetic temperament of this timepiece lie nerves of steel powered by ETA Calibre 7750. Water-resistant to 50 metres.
This model stems from an eponymous new ensemble that not only indicates the time but also the route to be followed. It is particularly legible and displays a compass adjusted via the crown at 8 o’clock. By combining the position of the sun with that of the hours hand, determining one’s current location becomes both simple and intuitive. The self-activated trigalight hands – an in-house illumination technology – placed on the hands guarantee clear readings even in the dark.
This provocative watch bears a wild printed motif that roars both on the strap and on the iconic Roman numerals. The movement finishes such as circular graining, studs and pistons create a striking depth effect. Hand-painted by Swiss artist André Martinez, the leopard-themed numerals make a pleasing contrast with the raw elements. This 25-piece limited edition in black PVD-treated steel also comes in a 5-piece gem-set red gold version.
A reinterpretation of the model launched in the 1950s, this timepiece is as understated as it is elegant. Its minimalist exterior conceals a definite concern for details. The dial, applied hour-markers and hands are subtly curved. A small seconds subdial at 6 o’clock adds visual balance to the display of the hours, punctuated by a “pearl” minute track. Beautifully crafted in platinum, the 42mm case houses the manual-winding Manufacture Calibre 4400 AS. This model bearing the Hallmark of Geneva is issued in a 150-piece limited edition.
Built to explore ocean depths, this creation is part of a new collection. A diver’s watch par excellence, it has an automatic helium escape valve, a professional unidirectional bezel – complete with patented locking system – as well as a light-coloured dial with particularly visible contrasts. Water-resistant to 500m, it is endowed with Luminox Light Technology ensuring optimal night vision for 25 years. This 44mm timepiece comes in black or blue versions.
This timepiece is graced with an elegant blend of finesse, understatement and refinement. Thanks to a dial freed from any superfluous elements, it offers a classic and timeless reading of time. Housed in one of the brand’s flagship cases, the new Swissmatic movement ensures a three-day power reserve. Fitted with a Nato wristband, a stainless steel bracelet with a vintage touch, or a glamorous leather strap, this 40mm model comes in steel or PVD-treated pink gold, giving it a resolutely modern look.
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