While the new Sinn 103 Sa G doesn’t offer anything revolutionary or groundbreaking from the brand, it still takes an established design language, enthuses it will a striking colour, puts in a different — read non-Valjoux 7750 — engine under the hood, and calls it a day. Honestly, it ticks the right boxes.
Overall, the GPHG winning Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda Hijri Perpetual Calendar is not only a mechanical marvel but it also caters to the idea of celebrating different cultures.
The brand may have decided that this is the best time to put 19-series to sleep, but this family of watches is going out on the top of its game. The new MING 19.05 is a revelation in watchmaking; it sits in a higher pedigree that’s in rarified circles. And like I said, MING may be wrapping up 2020 on high note, but I am sure Mr Thein will be back with what I can only predict to be a stellar 2021.
The new C65 Sandstorm and Sandstorm Blackout Chronometers, brought to life by watch brand Christopher Ward and watch media site Worn & Wound.
The new Christopher Ward C60 BLUE is more special though, as it is designed in collaboration with Blue Marine Foundation – in celebration of the charity’s 10th anniversary and all profits from this limited-edition of 500-pieces only watch go to that charity.
Welcome To The Stunning Play Of Contrasted Lights and Shadows – Introducing the rad new Urwerk UR-100V Iron.
The Jaquet Droz Magic Lotus Automaton is a prefect reminder of this simple mantra for happiness. It is a true Haute Horlogerie piece for the feast of the senses.
The new Zenith Pilot Type 20 Blueprint is one such offering, one that you can bet your bottom dollar lays out a model for how all pilot’s watches should be. It is the horological paradigm of the ideal pilot’s watch.
When Swiss meets Danish – Introducing the new Frederique Constant 1988 Flyback Chronograph x About Vintage
Presenting the Hypnotic World Of Kinetic Art as M.A.D.Gallery Presents “Forward Motion”