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Christophe Claret’s moving haute horlogerie

The Maestro is Christophe Claret himself off course. The master watchmaker created a watch that is situated on the crossroads between aesthetics and technicality. Its glass dome provides a striking, almost dizzying view of the movement architecture and the Charles X bridges. The watch is endowed with a seven-day power reserve, a cone-shaped large date display and a 3D MEMO function. Nonconformist, dynamic, and youthful!

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For tough guys only: The Graham Chronofighter Vintage GMT

Following the launch of the Chronofighter Vintage which celebrated the 15th anniversary of the Chronofighter series, Graham issues the latest stamp in the iconic Chronofighter family’s passport. A timepiece that’s cool about being in two places at once. It seems the right time and right place for this model dat combines sophisticated contemporary horology with visible vintage flashbacks.

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Longines introduces Flagship Heritage 60th Anniversary

Swiss brand Longines has got some news for you: the watchmaking brand is celebrating the 60th anniversary of its first Flagship collection. Congratulations Longines! And there is no better way to celebrate than introducing a brand new timepiece: The Flagship Heritage – 60th Anniversary 1957-2017. The new model is favoured by Longine’s Ambassador of Elegance Kate Winslet.

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A glance behind the dial at A. Lange & Söhne

On 17 January 2017, A. Lange & Söhne went live on Facebook at the SIHH in Geneva. Host Piers Gibbon, A. Lange & Söhne CEO Wilhelm Schmid and watchmaker Robert Hoffmann discussed our 2017 debuts and answered questions on our timepieces. The exclusive mechanical timepieces by A. Lange & Söhne are crafted from precious materials with the utmost of artisanal skill and only in small editions.

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World premiere: F.P. Journe presents Vagabondage III

This stunning model from manufacture F.P. Journe is the third and last edition of the Vagabondage Series. It is produced in a limited series of 69 pieces in platinum and 68 peices in 18 K red gold. F. P Journe is known for its specific calibre for a series limited to only 37 pieces. For sure a stunning effort to design an produce in this way that can be marked as the quintessence of anti-marketing.

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