Greubel Forsey has been working for many years on the development of a new type of tourbillon. Over the past three years, this tourbillon has transitioned from concept to reality and is now unveiled as the 8th Fundamental Invention of the Atelier. To reach a new level of chronometric precision, the Tourbillon Cardan is based on three pillars: a rapid rotating tourbillon, a revolving 30° inclined plane and two constantly tilting rings.
When it comes to elegance in sports watches, the Overseas collection from Vacheron Constantin stands out. With clean and precise lines inspired by historical models, the Overseas is the go-to choice for both ladies and gentlemen collectors. Easily recognizable from afar for those in the know, it still remains fairly neutral for the large masses accustomed to more mainstream brands and models. This year, the Grande Maison has released two new, more delicate sizes: a 34.5mm version, available in steel and gold with a blue dial, and a gem-set 35mm version available in a pink gold case with a blue dial, and in a steel case with a pink dial.
A sixty-year anniversary is an important milestone, regardless of the subject. But when it comes to a legendary watch, the shroud of history and mystery intertwines with dreams and aspirations. The TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph is a milestone in the history of sports watches and the model just released at Watches & Wonders is a worthy successor.
A unique piece was created by A. Lange & Söhne especially for the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d’Este. As part of an awards ceremony, Lange CEO Wilhelm Schmid presented the overall winner with an 1815 CHRONOGRAPH in white gold with a hand-engraved hinged cuvette.
With the Monovortex™ Split-Seconds Chronograph presented at Watches & Wonders Geneva 2023, Roger Dubuis is unleashing the future of hyper-horology.
The new Quantième Perpétuel 7327 by Breguet reflects the very essence of the brand: a timepiece that is simple to use for its wearer yet complex in its realisation.
Considered the most legible and easy to set on the market, as it can be adjusted both forwards and backwards at any time of day, the iconic perpetul calendar timepiece makes a comeback in 2023, featuring a tantalum case – the first ever use of this rare and prestigious metal in the brand's history. In shades of anthracite and blue, this unique material is enhanced by the ancestral technique of enamelling, featuring vibrant colours and an ultra-contemporary hammered texture to bring the Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Tantalum Blue Enamel to life.