Ulysse Nardin presents the Marine Torpilleur watch
Back in the 19th century, pocket chronographs were not only a captain’s tool, but a status display worn ashore and offshore. Ulysse Nardin’s pocket chronographs are the most sought after. Popular with naval officers and merchant captains, the Marine Chronometer was born and is one of their most iconic collections to date. As the role of the captain has changed, so has the role of the watchmaker. Still, Ulysse Nardin never strayed too far from their starting point. Their latest generation of chronometers: the Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur, is simply a modern timepiece for those who wish to take control of their own destiny. Sound like someone you might know?…
Richard Mille Introduces the RM 032 Self-Winding Flyback Chronograph
Celebrate the return of Voiles de Saint Barth with a limited edition of RM 032. The Richard Mille RM 032 Les Voiles de Saint Barth is a diver’s watch that combines precision and style to create a jaw-droppingly luxurious 50mm timepiece. A long-term sponsor and title partner of Les Voiles de Saint Barth Richard Mille Regatta since 2010 and 2019, a diver’s watch bearing the Richard Mille name is synonymous with performance and elegance. Thoughtful features such as self-winding hours and minutes, flyback chronograph with minute and seconds counters, and oversized date and month viewing, give the wearer instant access to key data – whether underwater Still enjoying life underwater.…
Franck Muller launches new Long Island watch
The architecture of the Franck Muller Long Island watch pays homage to the Art Deco movement with a new vision of the Novecento style. With its pure rectangular curvilinear shape, the Long Island series is the culmination of early 20th century artistic inspiration. From the striking embossed numerals, to the elegant diamonds that adorn the case, to the flawless mother-of-pearl dial, every detail of the Franck Muller Long Island fashion watch has been carefully designed to complement the beauty of its owner.