Leading up to Baselworld 2018,Swiss Tissot has released a new limited edition into what's arguably its most masculine collection. Tissot has often been criticized for its change of direction over the last few years (something I feel is a good thing) through partnerships with a number of organizations and people – the NBA and MotoGP being the most consistent and successful. The motorbike racing inspired Tissot T-Race MotoGP Watch Limited Edition Chronograph has more nods to Motocross than a bobble-head in a hurricane.
This is how Swiss Vacheron Constantin does America. Interestingly enough the prestigious Swiss watch brand has America to thank to a large degree for its success today. About 100 years ago the brand was doing very well here in the US and if you visit Vacheron Constantin's website there is a history section that discusses this. Recently VC opened up its first US boutique store in New York City.
When discussing Omega’s limited editions Swiss Designer Watches Online, it’s generally pieces from the Speedmaster or Seamaster lines that spring to mind – and certainly when it comes to the Rio 2016 releases, it’s the Mark II Speedy and the brightly-bezelled Seamaster that have been chewing up most of the bandwidth. But if you ask me, Omega’s finest Rio LE is this exceptionally classic piece.
Swiss luxury watch maker R&D Geneve presents the Great Ocean Road Worldtime, an exclusive timepiece specially designed for globetrotters. Presently, three versions are being offered from this collection: Great Ocean Road Titanium& Stainless steel, Great Ocean Road Gold and Great Ocean Road Gold Diamond.
The rose gold case of the masculine Parmigiani Fleurier Tondagraphe Tourbillon Chronograph measures 43 mm x 13.3 mm, and is fully polished. The dial is protected by a sapphire crystal, as is the casebook. Water resistance is 30 meters. Each limited piece is individually numbered X/30, and this is engraved on the caseback.