If you have never heard of it, there is a clock going on. The waiting list is endless for those who want to buy the most sought after models of Rolex, Patek Philippe, and other much-needed brands — and as more and more young, popular, and collectors enter the market, it becomes even more difficult to track. watches are highly coveted.
But wait! There is hope, because with each annual Watches and Wonders show there are a host of new treasures to follow — and get your hands on it as soon as possible. This year, the Geneva trade fair saw the world’s most amazing and exciting brands and veteran collectors alike with amazing achievements, stylish launches, and new translations of tried and true old classics.
Below, look at some of the best deals you can invest in — if you are lucky enough to reach the top of the waiting list, that is.
Designed for the open sea, the Rolex Yacht-Master has a high nautical clock functionality, while the new bright, gold model makes a stylish style statement. The 42mm yellow gold case features a bright black bezel Cerachrom (rigid ceramic material with Rolex rust-resistant material) and comes with a sports rubber belt.
The leading Cartier’s Masse Mysterieuse, which took eight years to develop, is a turning point in the mysterious maison clock that was first introduced in 1912. Considering its technological challenge made so far, it incorporates small automatic movements that are converted into emerging rotating weights. floating with clear dialing. Only 30 pieces will be made.
Patek Philippe’s Annual Gold Calendar with moonphase function has a completely new look with an amazing olive-green sunburst dial on a hand-held crocodile leather belt. It was first introduced in 2010 in white gold, with holes for day / date / month in the upper part to ensure a good readability of the image.
Chopard signature Alpine Eagle sports watch, a style inspired by St. Moritz circa 1980, developed with the flying tourbillon this year, and is the first model in the collection containing the prestigious Poinçon de Genève. The thinnest movement is embedded in an 8mm case made in the ownership of the company Lucent Steel A223 and has Aletsch blue stitched stitches.
Panerai has made sustainability a priority: Last year, it introduced e-Steel, a blend made of recycled stainless steel, from its Luminor Marina collection. It now uses a natural tool in its Submersible series. The mechanical watch comes with navy, green, or gray tiles with highly refined ceramic bezels and recycled PET plastic belts.
Bulgari released for the first time with its record Octo Finissimo Ultra a week before the show in Rome. A technological breakthrough, this house created the smallest mechanical movement in the world — a thickness of 1.8 millimeters (smaller than nickel in diameter). Made with a limited edition 10, each clock has a unique QR code engraved in its universal universal digital container dedicated to a proprietary watch series.
Designed by artist Thanh Phong, the new Cape Cod steel has a dull, blue dial with translucent Crepuscule (dusk) with a pleasing effect – an art addition to Hermès’ most popular model.
Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Perpetual Calendar Chronograph
Calendar Chronograph in a platinum casket with a new salmon-colored dial. For collectors, it is another option for the most popular product problems, but not for everyone: it will be limited to production. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and is being submitted to this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content on piano.io