The new Breitling Colt GMT + automatic wrist watch was officially introduced last month at the annual Baselworld 2010 industry event. The watch comes in an easily recognizable 41.3 mm stainless steel case and is equipped with the Breitling caliber 32 COSC-certified caliber, which is based on the ETA 2893-2 movement, which is a GMT version of the omnipresent ETA 2892A2 movement. Tell me about derivative works.
Just like the recently presented JeanRichard 2TimeZones Zirconium limited edition wrist watch, the new JeanRichard Aquascope (refs. 60140-11-61C-ACHD (black) and 60140-11-11A-AC7D (white)) diving watch is powered by their own in-house movement and is delivered in a cushion-shaped case with a pair of crowns at 3 and 9 o'clock positions.
Under its stainless steel and ceramic skin, the new Bvlgari Octo Bi-Retro (ref. OBR.Y.1C) wrist watch is essentially the same attractive Gerald Genta Octo Bi-Retro model with its exterior design slightly tweaked to be more in line with Bulgari's current design language.
For the last SIHH 2010 show, the Swiss-based maker of ultra-luxury watches has presented a great number of, well, ultra-luxury products even including a model with a relatively rare "double tourbillon" design (and that one looked spectacular, I'd give them that.) However, it was the splendid Roger Dubuis Excalibur Tourbillon Minute repeater that offered a nice combination of classic complications inside wrapped into a "post art-deco" exterior that looked the most interesting offering for this year.
It has just been reported that on 1 March, 2010 Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has signed a presidential Decree No. 109 transferring 52 percent of OJSC Luch shares to the Swiss watch brand Franck Muller.
The Italian jewelry and luxury stuff specialist has revealed an updated version of its highly successful Bulgari Diagono Caliber 303 Chronograph men's wrist watch. Now coming as ref. DG42C3SWGLDCH, it looks even more spectacular than ever.
CEO of OJSC Luch Minsk Watch Plant Nikolay Gaevsky has officially confirmed that his struggling business entity is "in final acquisition talks" with the Swiss watch maker Franck Muller.
In any family there must be big brother to watch over the rest of the kids. The former American and now proudly Swiss-based brand apparently agrees to the principle and offers this new Hamilton RailRoad Automatic Chronograph (ref. H40686335) watch as the biggest member of the new RailRoad collection launched for this year. The only problem here is that there is just not enough family resemblance between the 46-millimeter model and the rest of the gang.