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Though Watches & Wonders Geneva has ended, we’re still thinking about the new timepieces we saw debuted by names like Rolex, Roger Dubuis, Patek Philippe, and more.
Courtesy of Arnold & Son.
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Watches & Wonders Geneva: Rolex, Roger Dubuis, Patek Philippe, and More

By Pearl Fontaine

April 23, 2021

Though Watches & Wonders Geneva has ended, we’re still thinking about the debut of new timepieces by names like Rolex, Roger Dubuis, Patek Philippe, and more.

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Courtesy of Rolex.

Rolex introduced two new styles of its Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36 timepiece. One features a combination of silver and gold with a fluted motif on its face, while the other silver model is complemented by a cool green palm graphic covering the dial. Both outfitted with a linked chain bracelet, the timeless styles include a simple display bearing hours, minutes, and a second timer.

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Courtesy of Roger Dubuis.

Roger Dubuis introduced the Excaliber Single Flying Tourbillon, which honors the house’s commitment to nonconformity. Through pristine craftsmanship, the watch presents a contemporary look executed with modern, technical materials like titanium and polished Cobalt Chrome. The piece comes with a dark blue strap, available in five size options.

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Courtesy of Patek Philippe.

From Patek Philippe’s new debuts, our favorite was the elegant 5236P-001 In-Line Perpetual Calendar. A classic round timepiece in platinum and blue, the 34mm watch features a full perpetual calendar with an in-line display, a self-winding mechanical movement, elements like moon phases and a leap-year indicator, and a matching deep blue alligator strap.

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Courtesy of A. Lange & Sohne.

The highlight of A. Lange & Söhne’s new watches is the Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar. With a case measuring at 41.9mm, the self-winding timepiece evokes a vintage look that highlights its main complication. The watch is available in either pink gold with a gray dial or white gold with a dusty pink gold dial.

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Courtesy of Baume & Mercier.

Baume & Mercier’s new iteration of the Riviera watch marks the return of a design from 1973. In the brand’s quest to revive an esteemed time for watchmaking, the bold watch embodies elegance and strength, characterized by a thick, steel body with a twelve-sided bezel, a linked metal bracelet, and a black patterned dial. Available in three size variations—36mm, 42mm, and 43mm—the self-winding model also comes with options for an interchangeable blue rubber strap.

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Courtesy of Arnold & Son.

Equal parts tool and accessory, Arnold & Son’s new Globetrotter model was the highlight of its new designs. Measuring at 45mm, the distinguished watch displays one of the largest rotating world time displays ever created. Encased in stainless steel is an opaline dial featuring a compass, hours marked in roman numerals, a separate ring for minutes, and a dimensional hemisphere depiction in the center, which makes a complete rotation for every 24 hours that pass.

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Though Watches & Wonders Geneva has ended, we’re still thinking about the new timepieces we saw debuted by names like Rolex, Roger Dubuis, Patek Philippe, and more.
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