Swiss Watches

Take A Look At The Tudor Heritage Black Bay 41 Ref. 79540 Watch

Basically, this Tudor Heritage Black Bay 41 watch takes the recipe of last year’s 36mm and adapts it in the classical masculine Tudor case, meaning 41mm. This watch has a slightly different taste than the usual Black Bay. The lack of the rotating bezel actually sets the watch in a different category. No more tool, not yet dress watch… it is the perfect definition of a casual, elegant sports watch. No useless features, just the essential, but yet a great presence on the wrist, already in 36mm. This year, the increased size brings the concept to men.

On the Wrist:Hublot Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Watch

Hublot’s new collaboration watch, the Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Concrete Jungle, is the brand’s first concrete timepiece. It serves as a tribute to New York City and is co-designed by visionary street artist and former New Yorker, Tristan Eaton.

In celebration of the partnership, Managing Director of Swiss Hublot of America, Jean-François Sberro, hosted a three-part event in downtown Manhattan with the artist to reveal the new watch.

Take A Look At The Omega 1957 Limited Edition Trilogy Men's Watch

What does James Bond and NASA, the Moon and the Olympic Games, Britain’s Royal Flying Corps and George Clooney or Buzz Aldrin have in common with Prince William? The answer is Swiss Omega, the brand used by James Bond since 1995, the first watch on the Moon, worn by Buzz Aldrin on the Apollo 11 mission, the official timekeeping device of the Olympic Games since 1932; official timekeepers for the combat units of Britain’s Royal Flying Corps since 1917 and American Army in 1918.

Take A Look At The Roger Dubuis Excalibur Table Ronde Watch

The base watch is the 45mm wide version (EX45) of the Roger Dubuis Excalibur in 18k pink gold. Inside is an in-house made caliber RD822 automatic movement. There is likely an exhibition caseback. The dial of the watch is peculiar, but it does have historical symbolism. The "table" is a hand-painted enamel reproduction of an actual table that hangs in Winchester, England. The table was commissioned by King Henry VIII in the 16th century.

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