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TAG Heuer’s Aquaracer timepiece returned with a new Professional 300 model, featuring water resistance up to 300 meters, Super-LumiNova technology for easy viewing, and a display with a 12-sided unidirectional rotating bezel. Just as stylish as it is functional, the latest iteration of the beloved divers’ watch comes in two size options (one 43mm case and one 36mm) and material variations like stainless steel, sand-blasted titanium, and a special edition designed after the 1978 Ref. 844 with a black ceramic bezel, black opaline dial, and a perforated rubber strap.
While we saw several new pieces from Montblanc, the highlight was the 1858 Geosphere Limited Edition 1858. Imagined in a rocky desert palette, this series of watches features a vintage military aesthetic complete with a bi-directional bezel with cardinal points, a small seconds indicator, date indicator, and northern and southern hemisphere globes. With only 1858 created, the watch comes in three colorways—the newest this year being the bronze desert.
Hublot continued to push the boundaries of horology with the release of its Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Full Sapphire. Outfitted with an automatic tourbillon movement and limited to 30 editions, the latest Big Bang timepiece boasts 243 components and a case, bezel, dial, and strap that have been artfully crafted from sapphire. The use of the crystal-clear material adds an alluring contemporary look that allows the wearer to see the inner workings of the watch.
New from Greubel Forsey is the eye-catching GMT Sport. Outfitted with the house’s first-ever metal bracelet, this highly technical timepiece has been imagined in titanium with pops of bright blue. The detailed dial displays a three-dimensional rotating globe, universal time across 24 zones, hours and minutes, power reserve, and more. Featuring a 42-mm case and hand-wound movement, the GMT Sport also comes with the option for a blue rubber strap.