This is the first of a series of posts featuring a few pieces seen this year in Geneva at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, the year’s first watch show.
A. LANGE & SÖHNE
Zeitwerk Date – Ten years after the launch of the brand’s mechanical digital watch with constant-force escapement, a glass ring date is added showing the current date in red.
Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon - The combination of a flyback chronograph, a perpetual calendar with moonphases, a tourbillon with stop seconds, and a power-reserve indicator presents itself in white gold with a pink gold dial.
Royal Oak Offshore – This 44 mm chronograph combines ceramic bezel, pushpieces and screw-locked crown, “Mega-Tapisserie” dial, robust rubber strap and water resistance to 100 m.
Royal Oak Frosted Gold – A limited series of 200 self-winding chronographs featuring frosted 18-carat white gold case and bracelet, as well as a deep purple “Grande Tapisserie” dial.
BAUME & MERCIER
Clifton Baumatic Perpetual Calendar – This model combining the Baumatic self-winding movement with a perpetual calendar module features a five-day power reserve and only requires maintenance service once every seven years.
Clifton Baumatic COSC – The COSC-certified Baumatic movement is fitted in a 40 mm steel case. The latter is equipped with a five-row steel bracelet featuring a triple folding clasp.