This is the fifth of a series of posts featuring the new models on display at the world’s biggest watch show.
Lépine Hebdomas – The brand pays tribute to the era of 8-Days movements with a pocket watch that shows the beat of the balance wheel and the manually decorated bridge in yellow gold beneath the dial with sunburst finish and off-center subdials displaying the time, date and day.
Chronomètre FB 1L – The in-house tourbillon movement is combined with a new display of the age and phases of the moon. Available in two ten-piece limited editions, the new collection displays the moon phases by means of a large hand at 6 o’clock – a patent-pending complication.
Slimline 50-hours Power Reserve – The 40mm case hosts the 28th in-house movement of the brand’s collection. The new FC-723 automatic caliber adds the power reserve module to the FC-703 base. The indicator is displayed at 10 o’clock with a red sector indicating that it is time to put the watch on or wind it.
Duopod – Twenty-five years after its creation, Ikepod is back with the same cases and crown but with the dials revisited by watch designer Emmanuel Gueit. “Duo” hints to the two hands of a 42mm quartz timepiece that is technically simplified in the interests of practicality and affordability.
SM34079 Chronograph – The 42.5mm case in stainless steel with PVD plating hosts a Ronda quartz movement and is waterproof up to 100 meters. The glass is in extra hardened K1 mineral crystal with sapphire coating. A vintage style leather strap is available instead of the stainless steel bracelet.