The Christophe Claret Maestro is visually very similar to the style we have become used to from the brand over the the last few years, a technical and architectural piece of modern horology, however still relying on traditional codes of Swiss watchmaking. In the Maestro we can find design cues from the Soprano (Minute Repeater Tourbillon), the Allegro (Minute Repeater) and the Maestoso (Constant Force).
The Tissot Le Locle Regulateur Watch is another member of the Le Locle family of watches named after Tissot's home in the Swiss Jura Mountains. The Regulateur design emphasizes the minutes and is a nod to the original and highly accurate "Regulateur" clocks used in workshops in the eighteenth and nineteenth century as a reference to check the accuracy of the pocket Swiss Designer Watches Online.
Emergency beacons are great insurance for aviators and sailors, but they aren't worth much if a disaster leaves you in one place and the beacon in another. Just to be safe, you might as well Swiss Breitling strap the beacon to your wrist, which is what the Breitling Emergency II Watch does. The Swiss-made wrist chronograph watch provides those who travel in remote, risky places with a dual-channel emergency satellite transmitter that activates with a twist and a yank.
Here’s a fun fact: Carl F. Bucherer is one of the the oldest luxury watchmakers in Switzerland still wholly owned by its founding family – a feat that grows more and more impressive every year as the industry’s original independents are measured in continually dwindling numbers. The Carl F.