This is the fourth 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.
Time Walker – Both the 41 mm and 43 mm versions of the new chronographs feature “reverse panda” dials. The latter displays the counters in the traditional 3-6-9 positions.
Submersible – The brand’s collection of professional diving watches is enhanced by two 42 mm models in stainless steel with an applied ceramic disc on the rotating bezel.
Submersible Chrono Guillaume Néry Edition – Water-resistant to a depth of 300 m, this titanium chronograph is inspired by the French free-diving champion known for his world records and underwater photographs.
Kalpagraphe Chronometre Titanium – Its caliber is a COSC-certified, self-winding, integrated chronograph with date function that offers a 65-hour power reserve.
Toric Quantième Perpetuel Rétrograde – The hand guilloché dial displays a retrograde perpetual date and a precision moon phase on an aventurine disc that evokes a starry night sky.