Ulysse Nardin Dive Chronograph 44mm Double Head Shark Limited Edition Ulysse Nardin has just released three new bold chronographs, the protagonist of which is the limited 300-piece Diver Chronograph 44mm Hammerhead Shark. The watch uses a titanium case with a blue and white dial. The connection of the bezel, the chronograph second hand, the chronograph button and the rubber strap are all embellished with red, and the rubber is engraved with a red hammerhead shark. This watch runs through the internal Calibre UN-140 automatic chronograph, with hours, minutes and small seconds at 9 o’clock. This internal movement has a friction-resistant silicon escapement and a 48-hour power reserve. The complete hammerhead shark engraved on the back of the watch is also worth seeing.
Faithful to form
These stainless steel and platinum replica watches on sale have calendars, moon phases and many other functions, which are very useful-but they also have a sense of understated elegance.
Reference 6007A-001 Calatrava
Patek Philippe followed the tradition of creating a limited edition commemorative watch to celebrate the company’s milestones and launched the Ref. 6007A-001 Calatrava (Calatrava), marking the completion of the new Geneva factory that the watchmaker officially opened in June. The unconventional design version of this 40mm Calatrava (Calatrava) will definitely be favored by collectors, because its case and bezel are made of polished stainless steel, which is rarely used by the brand. The dial is gray-blue, contrasting sharply with the white numerals and white gold-plated platinum hands, matching the stainless steel. Highlights include the hour-circle railway scale with triangle markings, the baton pointer with pierced hour and minute hands, and the opening date at 3 o’clock with the self-winding 324 SC movement. In the center of the dial is a pattern, which Patek Philippe describes as “a carbon fiber style texture that represents the world of high technology.” This commemorative edition comes with a calfskin strap that matches the color of the dial. Limited to 1,000 pieces. On the back cover of each sapphire crystal, the words specially marked with the Calatrava cross are marked with the words “New Manufacture 2019”, marking the year when Patek Philippe’s first team moved into the new production facility.
The combination of black and rose gold makes these timepieces stand out.
Eccentric black jade
About three centuries ago, Pierre Jaquet-Droz (Pierre Jaquet-Droz) designed it as a pocket watch, the Grande Seconde is one of the most well-known designs of watchmakers-especially in Asia, the figure-of-eight face gazes To you. The design has undergone many iterations, but this year, the watch uses a striking 43 mm timepiece made of a combination of red gold and black jade, with hours and minutes, while the large seconds display deviates from the eccentric axis by 1 to 7 . The gorgeous dial is made of Australian black jade or amphibole. This material is not only beautiful, but also very hard. It takes hours of polishing to reveal the fine silver inclusions, which increases the depth and distinguishes it from onyx. Black jade is considered a symbol of Chinese aristocracy, has been used to protect amulets, and is considered to have the characteristics of amulets. This watch is powered by the Jaquet Droz 2663A.P self-winding mechanical movement, with a silicon balance spring and a sapphire crystal back cover, and an 18K red gold oscillating weight can be seen. Red gold is used for watch cases, displays and hands.
Graphics are fantastic
A timepiece that cleverly combines artistic skills and watchmaking skills, showing a distinctive style.
Big Bang Hit by Marc Ferrero
Hublot collaborated with French contemporary artist Marc Ferrero to create this truly memorable “Big Bang”: One Click 39mm. The dial uses one of Ferrero’s most well-known works, lipstick, dial, case and strap design, focusing on femme fatale wrapped in sunglasses, bold red lipstick. The artist describes abstract works as an ode to the omnipotence of women in the 21st century. Hublot’s artwork is rendered in two designs: one is made of satin-finished steel and resin with a white paint finish, and the other is made of black ceramics with a black finish. The timepiece is engraved with the words “Limited Edition” and is numbered on the case back. This is Hublot’s second artistic collaboration. Each model is limited to 100 pieces. There is also a version with diamonds.
Van Cleef & Arpels
Pont des Amoureux is one of Van Cleef & Arpels’ most romantic watches. It depicts two lovers meeting on a bridge, the lady walking forward represents the hour, and the gentleman crosses the half of the bridge to represent the minute. At noon and midnight, they met and kissed in the middle. The reason for making romantic gestures is the unique self-winding mechanical movement with retrograde and on-demand animation functions. This function was developed for Van Cleef & Arpels and was first used in ladies’ watches: Lady Arpels. Now, the ladies watch presents the Pont Amoureux bridge as a gentleman model, and its movement has been adjusted to fit the 42mm white gold case of the Midnight watch. The enamel enamel and golden scenery on the dial have been processed in more detail, including the roof and paved stones in Paris, as well as the starry sky and the moon. The characters are also slightly larger than the female version. Like other models, the watch has a button that can be pressed at any time when the wearer wants to display a couple kiss.
Bright side of the moon
Planning to become one of the next SpaceX passengers? Enjoy the moon phase display and more information on these intricate timepieces to begin your journey.
The original PanoMaticLunar
Another unique moon phase watch this year is Glashütte’s original PanoMaticLunar, which has a strong green dial with a special diffusion effect. The watchmakers of Glashütte Original said that the green inspiration came from the ore mountains viewed by their watch factory in Pforzheim, Germany. The 40mm stainless steel case, the silver moon phase display and the white gold hands with Super-LumiNova contrast with this bold tone. As a model of strict German watchmaking design, all elements of the watch are carefully calculated and carefully arranged through the golden ratio. The golden ratio is considered to represent natural beauty or a number of perfect proportions. PanoMaticLunar displays two off-centre dials on the left-one for hours and minutes and the other for running seconds-on the right is the brand’s iconic Panorama Date indicator, which displays the date disc in two non-overlapping positions, and Moon phase indicator framed by the “Moon Age” orbit.