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The Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton takes its inspiration from 21st century fighter planes whose futuristic cockpits employ high-tech materials. The BR- X1 is an inventive, contemporary masculine and high-tech watch. It’s designed to be as tough as a 4x4, yet as light as a drone. Its 45 mm square case is made from grade 5 titanium sporting a high-tech band made from ceramic and rubber.
London watchmakers Hoptroff’s Celestia Number Five takes exclusivity to a level that is literally out of this world. You can only buy one if you have been on a spaceflight or are booked on one.
In addition to making exquisite entirely hand-crafted watches, Martin Pauli, founder and owner of Angular Momentum & Manu Propria, also crafts superlative fountain pens using traditional Japanese urushi techniques. First the foundations and four intermediate layers of black urushi ‘nakanuri’ are applied. Every layer has to dry for 24 hours in the drying chamber ‘furô’ under constant temperature of 25°C and humidity of 80%.
Zenith sponsored Skipper Yann Guichard is about to undertake one of the greatest possible challenges: he will sail the legendary Route du Rhum transatlantic regatta single-handed aboard Spindrift 2, the giant super-fast trimaran designed to be manned by a crew of 14, bearing the colours of Zenith.
Peter and Aletta Stas are the successful husband and wife team behind watchmakers Frederique Constant. The brand is named after the great grandparents of each founder, namely Frédérique Schreiner and Constant Stas. The brand’s new Slimline Classic Automatics include the FC-306MC4S35, presented with a yellow gold plated case.
Luxury watchmakers NOMOS Glashütte has added new additions to its range-topping gold watches in both the Lux and Lambda collections. The most striking additions join the 18ct gold Lux collection with three new colours; an almost neon lemon/lime Cicada, blue/grey Ermine and deep purple Sable. Meanwhile the Lambda collection is joined by a handsome solid 18ct white gold model with a deep blue dial.
Porsche Design presents the Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition models. The watches are the first to be developed completely in-house by Porsche Design and are designed on the basis of the same principles used by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche for the very first Porsche Design watch – the legendary Chronograph I, with optimal readability, technical perfection, the highest quality materials and an absolute focus on functionality.
The Clifton Retrograde Date features a date calendar featuring a display of the power reserve and retrograde date. The watch, with its case borrowed from a 1950s Baume & Mercier model, houses a mechanical self-winding caliber visible through the transparent sapphire crystal case back.
Founded in 1952, GIVENCHY has just introduced a Limited Edition of just 500 pieces of the GIVENCHY Seventeen watch. Each timepiece bears a unique number engraved on the caseback.
Victorinox Swiss Army has released three new 3-hander models in its popular Alpnach collection, remaining true to the DNA of the collection, which takes its name from the Swiss Army’s Alpine air base, the home of the Cougar AS 532 helicopter.