The new , unveiled at the Watches and Wonders Fair in Hong Kong, features a trio of technical attributes: a minute repeater with new gongs, a flying tourbillion with a new cage, and twin micro-rotors in hand-guilloché rose gold. Let’s take a closer look.
For those of you who love all of the Swiss Hublot content here is an exclusive look at a brand new one with a new in-house made movement. This is the Hublot King Power Unico GMT watch. It has a unique way of showing 24 timezones on the dial and looks very slick.
Last week, Blancpain introduced its “Ocean Commitment” initiative at Cap d’Antibes in the South of France. This program will unite the manufacture‘s various activities to preserve and protect the world’s oceans as well as to increase public awareness through ocean exploration. Of course, Blancpain will be introducing specific watch models in supporting this cause as well.
Zenith is best known these days for chronograph watches powered by the high-frequency El Primero chronograph movement, which it introduced in the milestone horological year of 1969. However, one would have to go further back to discover that the brand also boasts a history of developing precision timekeeping instruments for aviation.