As mentioned earlier, 2015 is Jaeger-LeCoultre’s 85th birthday celebration for their beloved Reverso models, with a plethora of models in various sizes and iterations to suit all (or almost all) tastes. Today’s photos are of one of the more complicated… Read More ›
In a rather unexpected segue from their normally mechanical men’s novelties, at SIHH 2016 Piaget has launched a watch to commemorate the 40th anniversary of its first in-house quartz movement, the ultra-thin 7P calibre, called the Emperador Coussin XL 700P…. Read More ›
I’ll just plant this right here, for your consideration. It is 38.2mm x 44.00mm x 10.3mm, 18 carat white gold, limited to fifty pieces, USD24,900. Oh and spring bars.
Originally launched at SIHH 2015 Roger Dubuis’ Excalibur Automatic Skeleton, currently offered in pink gold (photo below) or black titanium was Roger Dubuis’ first non-tourbillon skeleton timepiece. For SIHH 2016 they will launch a new version in a high-tech composite material called carbon fibre… Read More ›
An early celebratory hurrah to Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Reverso, which will celebrate its 85th birthday in 2016 with what will no doubt be many new models both historically influenced and modern. What we have so far is that the new Reversos will… Read More ›
SIHH 2016 will be quite a different proposition to SIHH of recent times, with a new ‘Carré des Horlogers’ (Watchmaker’s Square) featuring nine new brands/ independents joining the Richemont powerhouses, and the departure of Ralph Lauren from the Salon International… Read More ›