This is the fifth of a series of posts featuring a few pieces seen in Geneva at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, the year’s first watch show.
Altiplano – Equipped with the ultra-thin automatic caliber 1203P, this 40mm pink gold timepiece features a meteorite dial and is limited to an edition of 300 pieces.
Polo – The steel 42mm case hosts a green dial that changes in tone and intensity depending on the angle of light that hits the guilloche surface.
Excalibur Huracan – Visible through the titanium sapphire crystal case back, the skeleton automatic RD630 caliber offers a 12° angled balance wheel representing the movement signature associated with Lamborghini Squadra Corse.
Fraise – The Fruit line features color-gradient cases made of Carbon TPT® combined with Quartz TPT® of a different hue for each model.
ULYSSE NARDINSkeleton X – The openworked movement is part of a geometry featuring an X formed by four of the indexes, framed in a rectangle, in turn inside a circle.
Overseas Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin – The 41.5mm pink gold case is just 8.1mm thick and hosts the self-winding in-house 1120QP caliber.
Twin Beat Perpetual Calendar - A patent-pending system enables instantaneous switching between Active mode and Standby mode. The latter steps in during long periods of stasis when the watch is laid flat and a high-frequency balance would drain the mainspring with no added advantage.