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Cartier Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Watches for 2018

The mystery clock concept dates back well before 1913 and introduced a clock which appears to have floating hands at the center of a translucent dial. The mystery being what drives the hands since no gear train is visible. Only a horological expert could provide the answer to the mystery clocks, and of course it all lies in concealment. Cartier introduced their mystery clocks around 1913 and the brand has continued to inspire and astound around the globe with each new mysterious watch.

IWC Pilots Watch Chronograph Boutique Edition

Excellent legibility, and a clear organized dial, coupled with meeting demanding conditions are all key features of the Pilot’s Watch Chronograph. So it should not really be surprising that IWC has released a new Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Boutique Edition. Clearly this timepiece shares similarity with the classic aviation watches, but that inspiration has taken another step and has new features that make it stand out more than ever. A steel case that is constructed at 43mm in diameter and 15.3mm tall. A fairly standard size for these chronographs making it a nice fit on the wrist.

Harry Winston Dazzles with Marble Marquetry and Ocean 20th Anniversary Biretrograde Automatic 36mm

Celebrations abound at Harry Winston in anticipation of the 20th anniversary of the Ocean Collection. The Ocean 20th Anniversary Biretrograde Automatic 36mm is a highly exquisite timepiece and just one that is targeted at the female population. The other timepieces that the brand has dazzled the globe with include the Ultimate Marble Marquetry, Marble Marquetry and also two Ocean Biretrograde Automatic 36mm models.

Zenith El Primero

Toward the end of the 1960s in Switzerland watch manufacturers were working to develop the world’s first automatic chronograph movement. Leading brands Breitling, Heuer-Leonidas, Dubois Depraz, Hamilton/Buren worked to develop a micro-rotor caliber, and in Japan, Seiko was working on its own automatic chronograph movement. Zenith, coupled wth partner Movado managed the development of an automatic chronograph movement, and showcased a working prototype in Geneva, naming it El Primero, meaning ‘the first’. A technological victory for the brand, and using a dry lubricant based on molybenum sulfate to deliver a high precision rate, and a power reserve of over 48 hours.

CVSTOS Challenge Jetliner Inkvaders Pirate Guns

Already a popular collection, CVSTOS Challenge Inkvaders transformed the famous Skull that was designed by Christian Nguyen into the exquisite and intimidating Pirate of the Caribbean. The limited edition series of about 10 to 20 pieces was crafted in a partnership between the brand and the famous tatoo artist. Nguyen, founder of the studio ‘Inkvaders’ in Geneva brings a beautiful artistic flair to these timepieces and certainly an identity that is recognizable by all.

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