This is the sixth of a series of posts
featuring the new models on display at the world’s biggest watch show.
CARL F. BUCHERER
Heritage Bicompax Annual – This chronograph featuring a large date
display, an annual calendar, and a BiCompax dial design comes in two versions,
each limited to 888 pieces – one in stainless steel, the other with bezel,
crown and pushers in rose gold. Both are powered by the CFB 1972 self-winding
Crazy Wheel 2
Gravitational GMT – Fitted with an
in-house movement, the timepiece offers a graphically engineered second time zone that gravitates around the dial
with local time in order to immediately tell the owner, what time it is at home. The case is made of Titanium Grade 5 and different types of colored
Chrono “Messi” – This timepiece marking the beginning of a three-year partnership
between Leo Messi and the company features a polished grade-5 titanium case,
anti-reflection sapphire glass, white ceramic chronograph bezel and buttons,
titanium and blue-rubber horns, and red-rubber crowns.
Koï – The model owes its name to a vegetarian
sub-species of carp, which is a symbol of life, fecundity and wealth in the Far
Eastern culture. The 46 mm white gold case hosts a sapphire
tourbillon caliber designed, manufactured and decorated by the company. The white
gold dial features bas-relief with Koï figure.
TAVANNES WATCH COMPANY
Submarine Commander 1917 – This watch is the contemporary version of a model
developed for the British Navy during World War I. Its 41 mm case is water
resistant to 100 m and available in two finishes: polished steel or PVD matte
black. A choice of four NATO G-10 straps is available.