If you are one of those guys who think that they get what they pay for, this Swatch Irony Browned (Ref. YVS400) quartz chronograph wristwatch is the finest proof that you may be terribly wrong: sometimes you get a lot less.
Cuervo y Sobrinos Historiador Vuelo still makes quite a strong impression with its deliberately oversized stainless steel body and a dial that could make your eyes bleed if only it wasn't matched so convincingly well to the energetic shape of the case
Certina Chronographe DS-8 Phase de Lune is a perfect example of a dressy complication watch
There is still a good chance that the whole bunch of 200 pieces of the new Raymond Weil Nabucco Gibson Limited Edition chronographs will be sold quite quickly
Tudor North Flag makes a very strong impression. Whatever the next model be, the brand clearly doesn't plan to dwell on its past forever.
The new Slim d'Hermes seems to target those iconic Piaget ultra-thin wrist watches that the competing Swiss-based brand seems to be so proud of. Of course, thinness is not the timekeeper's main selling point.
The new Patek Philippe Calatrava Pilot Travel Time (ref. 5524) automatic wrist watch was first unveiled around two weeks ago during Baselworld 2015 show.
The new Frederique Constant Slimline Moonphase Manufacture Ladies (ref. FC-703VD3SD4) automatic wrist watch is one of those models of the Swiss watchmaker that is powered by a new caliber that was developed and built on their own production facilities.
Known for its love to music, the Swiss watchmaker has recently introduced its limited edition Oris Thelonious Monk (ref. 733 7712 4085) automatic wrist watch.
The new Perrelet First Class Double Rotor Skeleton 20th Anniversary self-winding wrist watch pays tribute to the good old Dipteros 1777 model that the Swiss brand issued back in 1995.