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The GP Sea Hawk series dates back to the 1960s and developed into a range of top quality divers. The name Sea Hawk is derived from the Second World War, where watches which were used in active operations – particularly marine and shipping – were referred to as Sea Hawks.
We may not get to see Jean-Claude Biver’s genial grin lighting up any more Hublot watch launches seeing as he has ascended to the highest echelons of the LVMH empire. But even without him the Hublot roadshow rolls relentlessly on.
With spring soon to yield to full and hopefully glorious summer in the Western hemisphere you might be tempted to think about doing more things outdoors. You might even be tempted to climb on a bicycle and explore or possibly commute.
A more usual offering from cutting edge Swiss watchmaker Jorg Hysek is the likes of the avant garde Furtiv Skeleton Tourbillon, the Kilada XX-Ray Double Tourbillon or the Abyss diving chronograph. But with the IO collection, the Manufacture seeks to underline its watch making prowess by more traditional means, without sacrificing any of its quality or design creativity.
Our Must See Monday offering for this week is a faithful reissue of the famous Longines Conquest watch collection, now celebrating its 60th anniversary. Unveiled at Baselworld 2014, the limited edition collection is released in honour of the Conquest name first being registered with the Swiss Federal Intellectual Property Office in May 1954.
For the eighth time, IWC Schaffhausen is supporting the good work carried out across the globe by the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation with a limited-edition timepiece in characteristic Laureus blue. With the Portuguese Chronograph Classic, the Swiss manufacturer is using a classically inspired timepiece to sponsor a charitable organization that exists to give children all over the world a chance at a better future.
88 Rue Du Rhone is a Swiss-watch company founded by the grandsons of watchmaker Raymond Weil. It’s a collection of watches that, not unlike Raymond Weil itself, offers contemporary design and Swiss quality at accessible prices.
Many people refer to the 70s as the era good taste forgot but by the mid-70s to mid-80s, the garish flares, loons and cheesecloth shirts had been largely replaced by what is still the main staple of the wardrobe for men; casual sportswear.
WORLDCODE from Saint Honore follows on the success of its Diving and Chronograph Ceramic versions, and now comes in an updated GMT model.
Tissot have recently released two special edition Powermatics. One takes the Powermatic 80 and transforms it into a watch with 18ct solid gold casing, and retailing for just 2000 Euros.