This creation celebrating the brand’s 35th anniversary appears in a 39mm pink gold case. Its pure design is immediately visible, with an anthracite grey sunburst dial bearing slender, elongated applied hour-markers and hand-polished hands. The tourbillon gracefully spinning at 6 o’clock captivates the eye, while a discreet seconds hand sweeps over its cage. This 150-piece limited-edition watch is complemented by an extremely refined leather strap.
Designed for the sporty and urban adventurer, this 43mm steel creation appears in an attractive brown colour. Its unidirectional rotating ceramic bezel bears particularly legible numerals, while the matt dial is fitted with luminescent hands and hour-markers. The composition is elegantly complemented by the date discreetly located at 3 o’clock. Water-resistant to 300 metres, this timepiece featuring a starfish-engraved caseback comes with a leather strap or steel bracelet.
This 50-piece Manufacture limited edition is housed in an elegantly slender steel case. Its off-centre dial is adorned with a deep hue enhanced by subtle texture effects. On the left-hand side, the two balance bridges have been openworked to provide greater visual harmony. The 2 o’clock pusher is used for zero-resetting the two running seconds indicators – rotating clockwise and counter-clockwise in mirror-image mode – as well as to keep track of the resonance state.
Designed for devotees of elegance, this timepiece is housed in a 40mm steel case. Topped by a double polished bezel, its dial is adorned with a Clous de Paris guilloché pattern surrounded by Roman numerals. The finely worked hours and minutes hands feature an elongated tip embellished with a meticulously executed decoration. The screw-down caseback displays the brand’s coat-of-arms, while the integrated metal bracelet or Cordura strap ensures a boldly determined style on the wrist.
A contemporary adaptation of the original edition, the Radiomir comes in a new 40mm polished Goldtech case. The sunburst white sandwich-type dial features hour-markers and numerals at 12 and 6 o’clock only. The latter glow green in the dark thanks to beige Super-LumiNova. The watch is powered by the P.900 automatic movement with a three-day power reserve. A wide choice of interchangeable straps serves to personalise this timepiece.
Inspired by the digital world, this version of the J12 features a pixelated pattern contrasting with the black dial and bezel. The right-hand side of the case and lugs are adorned with brilliant-cut diamonds, endowing this timepiece with striking disparities, where matt black ceramic rubs shoulders with the radiant sparkle of gemstones. The timepiece is powered by a COSC-certified self-winding Manufacture movement with a 70-hour power reserve. This capsule collection is issued in a 55-piece limited edition.
This concentrated blend of technology features a particularly large dial. In the centre, the two chronograph hands (one for the minutes counter with a diamond-shaped tip and the red seconds hand) leave the field clear for the other elements. The pushers are integrated into the case and serve a dual function depending on the position of the crown: control of the chronograph functions along with day-date correction. The movement is also equipped with an innovative and dynamic zero-resetting function.
This smoothly balanced reinterpretation comes in a bright green version. Refreshing by nature, this colour invites you to travel in a peaceful frame of mind. Housed in a 39mm steel case with a slender profile, the dial bears a 24-hour scale with a red-tipped hand facilitating read-off. All the functions are crown-adjusted. The composition is enhanced by a 3 o’clock date display, while the caseback provides an admirable view of the circular-grained finish on the bridges and oscillating weight.
This 40.5mm steel creation draws the gaze towards the heart of the mechanism. Equipped with the new SXH7 movement, it displays the escapement on the dial side, as well as the subtly orchestrated bridges, wheels and hands. The small seconds subdial appearing between 4 and 5 o’clock is fitted with a sapphire ring discreetly attached to the one bearing the hours and minutes, contributing to an impression of levitation. The movement of this 100-piece limited edition is fitted with a microrotor and has a 60-hour power reserve.
True to its original 1970s spirit, the steel case of this timepiece is topped by five screws. The dial features a distinctive grid structure creating an elegant aesthetic balance, while luminescent appliques provide additional depth and readability. The automatic pawl-winding movement is protected from magnetism by an internal soft iron case and endowed with a 120-hour power reserve. This timepiece is water-resistant to 100 metres.
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