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Pascal Raffy, owner of Bovet, together with the artisans of the DIMIER 1738 Manufactures have unveiled the Amadeo® Fleurier Virtuoso IV. This new version has the same features as the Tourbillon Virtuoso introduced in 2013, which showcases jumping hours indicated by a disk appearing in an aperture situated in the center of the movement.
Family owned watchmakers Frederique Constant are passionate supporters of charitable causes, especially those affecting children. They are continuing their support for Only Watch this year with a specially designed and unique Horological Smartwatch.
Bell & Ross has quite literally pushed the boat out for this year’s Only Watch charity auction, producing a pirate themed bronze watch that looks like it has been submerged deep in the briny for the past two centuries.
Bulova, whose headquarters are in the world famous Empire State Building in New York, is owned by Citizen. Together they form the world’s largest watchmaker.
Casio has released the latest addition to its popular outdoor PRO TREK line – the PRG300. This rugged timepiece is smaller in size compared to other PRO TREK models and comes equipped with Casio’s Triple Sensor Version 3 Technology, Tough Solar Power and more, making it an ideal tool watch for outdoor adventurers.
Jorg Schauer, owner of Stowa, recently unveiled his new Flieger Klassik Sport, which has been increased in size from 40mm to 43mm. This is Stowa’s best selling pilot's watch and is closely modelled on the Luftwaffe B-Uhr.
First released in 2012, the ‘In The Pocket’ watch is inspired by a watch that Jaqueline Hermès received from her father over a century ago in 1912. This well designed “porte-oignon” or pocket-watch holder, is designed to be secured to the wrist.
This year marks the 200th birthday of A. Lange and Sohne founder Ferdinand Adolph Lange, and the newly installed movement for the Lange 1 is a fitting symbol of the brand’s determination to keep reinventing itself.
Christopher Ward has added further to its in-house Calibre SH21 movement collections with the newly launched C9 5 Day Small-Second Chronometer – a classically styled, hand-wound timepiece with a small second display at the 6 o’clock position, housed in the C9 dress case. Christopher Ward’s first in-house movement, developed over 4 years by Johannes Jahnke, was introduced this time last year. Now CW presents the C9 5 Day Small-Second Chronometer (40mm).
It doesn’t matter how many years you write about, think about and pore over watches, there’s always another watch brand that has somehow escaped your attention.