Part of the new “Série Atelier”, this 40mm titanium model features a green dial with vibrant shimmering reflections. The elegant hour-markers gracefully punctuate time, while the snailed small seconds display appears at 6 o’clock. Visible through the transparent caseback, the movement is equipped with a micro- rotor featuring a gold oscillating weight and unidirectional winding. Also fitted with a double direct-impulse escapement on the balance, the calibre has a 72-hour power reserve.
For the first time, the perpetual calendar is available in the Portofino collection with a stainless steel case. Displayed on three counters, the calendar information – date at 3 o’clock, month at 6 o’clock and day of the week at 9 o’clock – is complemented by a moon phase. The day of the week display also reveals a small leap-year indicator. IWC Calibre 82650, which features a Pellaton automatic winding system with ceramic components, enjoys a 60-hour power reserve.
This concentrated blend of technical sophistication is housed in a bold 48mm carbon and titanium case with a bronze PVD finish. Instead of evolving with its wearer, the bronze here benefits from a stabilising surface treatment that keeps it in timeless condition. The fluidic device – the centrepiece of the composition – features two central bellows serving as reservoirs and is dedicated to the retrograde hours indication. The skilfully orchestrated mechanical hand-wound movement is endowed with a 72-hour power reserve.
Black and gold create a striking contrast offering a purely technical and subtly elegant character. This timepiece is housed in a black zirconium case featuring microlight decoration on its middle. Its particularly comfortable feel is accentuated by the floating lugs, the crown at 12 o’clock and the canvas strap. The watch is powered by an AutoV2 calibre with a 60-hour power reserve ensured by a single barrel, and incorporates the signature titanium balance with white gold inserts.
A long-awaited reinterpretation of the iconic “Murph” design, this edition is nevertheless significantly smaller and has a 38mm diameter. The main aesthetic codes of the previous model are respected, such as the ultra-realistic black dial, the beige hands with vintage-style Super-LumiNova finishing and a black leather strap. This timepiece is powered by self-winding Calibre H-10, which has a power reserve of 80 hours and is visible through the caseback.
H for watchmaking or H for hour. 992 for 992m, the altitude of La Chaux-de-Fonds, the town where this new timepiece was born. Uncompromising and brimming with ambition, this timepiece comes in a 42mm steel or black PVD-coated steel case. The dial features warm burgundy tones, small seconds at 6 o’clock and a date at 3 o’clock, all topped by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. This timepiece beats to the rhythm of a COSC-certified self-winding movement and is teamed with a black rubber strap.
This timepiece with its 38mm satin-brushed steel case is equally dedicated to diving and to love. Its unidirectional rotating bezel fitted with a ceramic inlay and Liquidmetal hour-markers becomes a true ally during deep-sea dives. The crystalline white dial is graced with rose-tinted hour-markers and a seconds hand bearing a luminescent heart. Water-resistant to 300 metres, this creation offers a power reserve of up to 100 hours.
This playful and technical creation is housed in a 41mm steel case. The mother-of-pearl dial with its countless reflections becomes the playground of the famous Mickey character. He seems to forget time when playing with a football, while also indicating the minutes with his mobile arm. The jumping hours window at 10 o’clock completes the composition, while the retrograde date is discreetly revealed at 6 o’clock. This timepiece is offered in a limited edition of 200.
Housed in a 30mm white gold case, the curve of time celebrates Valentine’s Day. The mother-of-pearl dial is adorned with meticulously hand-crafted guilloché work, while the hours and minutes are indicated by the traditional open-tipped hands. The moon-phase at 6 o’clock is surrounded by a night-blue lacquered sky dotted with stars. This creation comes in a pre-sentation box containing a first red strap and a second pearly white one that can be swapped out as you wish.
This concentrated blend of technical characteristics that is accurate to 1/100th of a second comes with a titanium or carbon fibre case depending on the version. It features two ingenious independent tourbillons, whose cage forms a star and that rotate in 60 seconds for the time and in 5 seconds for the chronograph. The openworked dial featuring counters and tinted transparent sapphire elements offers a view immersing the observer into the heart of the decorated movement exuding an appearance that is both modern and futuristic.
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