A tribute to the most prestigious Olympic distinction, this timepiece appears attired in 18K yellow gold. The polished blue ceramic dial stands out with a laser engraving of a motif inspired by the emblem of the last Olympic Games, while the same symbol sets the finishing touch to the back. This model houses the in-house Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre, guaranteeing the highest level of performance and resistance to magnetic fields for this model available in 38 and 41mm versions, fitted with a blue leather strap.
This timepiece from a new collection is inspired by diving watches. It features a sporty, curved silhouette conveying an extremely feminine spirit. The rotating ceramic bezel adds a touch of technical sophistication to the composition, while the inserts on the lugs and the screw-lock crown are made of the same material. Water-resistant to 200 metres, this elegant creation available in black, white, pink and dark blue versions will accompany adventurous women with a sense of style.
This bold creation appropriates the codes of the collection and delivers a highly contemporary interpretation. The off-centre display of the hours and minutes appears above the visible plate embellished with the Vagues du Jura motif. The small seconds hand is positioned at 4 o’clock and offers a captivating play of reliefs. The escapement and the regulating organ enhance the composition with a touch of technicality. This captivating timepiece is one of the first models from the company to incorporate silicon components.
This timepiece with its powerful design is distinguished by a subtly flowing combination of variously inclined component surfaces. The domed sunburst blue dial features a central chapter ring surrounded by Arabic numerals. The curved hands follow its contours, while the model as a whole is protected by a sapphire crystal. The inclined bi-planar tourbillon at 12 o’clock and balance add further ingenious touches to the composition, while the titanium Calibre 1700 displays fascinating vertical symmetry.
This 44mm steel reinterpretation offers a refined aesthetic and displays the four essential measures of time: hours, minutes, seconds and date. Its dial is adorned with horizontal lines enhanced by a sunburst finish, diffusing the light with elegance. Against a background of fir-green or grey dials, time is displayed by three hands sweeping over luminescent applied hour-markers on this robust timepiece ensuring absolute protection against magnetic fields and shocks.
This flamboyant creation housed in a 42mm titanium case is distinguished by its dynamic aesthetic. The red dial strikes a pleasing contrast with the white hands and light grey minute markers coated with Super-LumiNova. The revolutionary-spirited time read-off is expressed by a display in which time indications whirl together on the same plane. Instead of the traditional crown, the winding system is fitted with a retractable lever appearing on the caseback.
Inspired by the original 1950s model, this 40mm stainless steel model features a matt black dial. Surrounded by a white minute track, the hour-markers, hours and minutes are clearly legible thanks to the contrast effects. The date is discreetly located at 3 o’clock, while the seconds hand is bright red. The particularly elaborate crown lends a vintage touch to the 90-piece limited edition, while the transparent caseback reveals an elegant oscillating weight.
Attired in blue and orange, this annual calendar is housed in the iconic Ecole case, which has been revisited for a more contemporary look. The dial alternates between vertical and circular satin-finished surfaces, offering subtle contrasts. A snailed small seconds display at 6 o’clock lends a distinctive personality to this creation, while two beveled openings at 12 o’clock reveal the day and month. The composiiton is discreetly complemented by a vintage-inspired white date hand.
This emblematic chronograph combines a sporting spirit with a modern aesthetic appeal. Crafted in titanium, it features a finely fluted case and sleek lines. Its polished and satin-brushed surfaces create shimmering reflections, while its bidirectional crown is equipped with a 60-minute scale. The 24-hour indicator and the small seconds hand appear at 3 and 9 o’clock respectively. The movement of this 250-piece limited edition is equipped with a flyback function and has a silicon escapement and balance-spring.
This reinterpretation appropriates the codes of the model unveiled in 1961. The steel case features elegant lines and a finish that alternates polished and satin-finished surfaces. The hours, minutes and seconds are stylishly orchestrated on a black dial enhanced by beige or orange luminescent hour-markers, depending on the version. Inside, the movement is protected from magnetic fields by an ingenious metal cage. This model is paired with a steel bracelet or a leather strap with a cordura insert.
This titanium model celebrating the company’s 230th anniversary harmoniously combines modernity and technicality. Its lightly sandblasted 44mm case features polished facets with a brilliant sheen. The dial features a sandwich-type construction with a top layer revealing the recessed luminescent hour-markers. This sense of depth ingeniously enhances the time read-off. Interpreted in grey or blue versions, this timepiece is issued in a limited edition of 230 for each colour.
Embodying the historical model born in 1960 and then revisited in 1970, this 50-piece limited edition supports the protection of coral reefs. A legendary diver’s timepiece with a lacquered orange dial, it is notably equipped with an inner rotating bezel operated by a crown located between 2 and 3 o’clock, while a helium valve at 9 o’clock guarantees water resistance to 300 metres. Supplied with a rubber strap as well as a Milanese mesh bracelet, this watch is a safe and reliable companion for lovers of the deep.
This modern, powerful and beautifully sculpted red gold timepiece is a study in transparency. Bathed in light, it features a highly contemporary skeleton movement. Its curves are meticulously orchestrated and adorned in a velvety matt black colour. The sapphire dial is supported by a smoked quartz base, creating a truly airy sensation. The off-centre hours and minutes at 6 o’clock echo the tourbillon cage and the seconds at 12 o’clock, forming the emblematic figure eight.
The elegant and refined new Polo Date models have been reinvented while remaining faithful to their stylistic codes, such as the round bezel that fits snugly into the cushion-like contours of the dial, which comes with a horizontal guilloché pattern or in a full-paved version. Self-winding Calibre 501P ensures both slimness and accuracy for these steel or pink gold models, mostly equipped with an interchangeable strap system ensuring perfect integration with the case.
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