One of the latest iterations of the popular Ref. 5712 Nautilus, the Ref. 5712/1R-001 features a 40mm rose-gold case and bracelet, matched with a brown sunburst dial that gets darker towards the rim. Arranged in its distinctive layout are this self-winding watch’s various subdials — a moon-phase display with analogue date, power-reserve indicator, and a small seconds at 4.30.
A celebration of traditional watchmaking skills and classic design, the Longines Master collection recently welcomed new additions such as the model shown here. Housed in a 38.5mm steel case, this Master watch features a grained anthracite dial with engraved Breguet numerals and a seconds subdial at 6 o’clock. An exhibition caseback reveals the automatic movement within.
Part of the third-generation collection of Omega’s De Ville Prestige collection, the De Ville Prestige Small Seconds has a slimmed down profile as well as a new-to-the-range antimagnetic Co-Axial Master Chronometer movement, Calibre 8802. Its 41mm case is made of Sedna gold, which complements a domed PVD blue dial with a sun-brushed finish.
Chopard’s Alpine Eagle family soars higher with one of its latest members, the Alpine Eagle 41 XPS. It is the first in the range to be powered by one of Chopard’s ultra high-end L.U.C movements. Endowing the svelte steel timepiece with COSC-certified accuracy, the L.U.C 96.01-L movement is just 3.3mm thick and is accompanied by a small-seconds indication.
Inspired by a retro spirit, the Vanguard Slim Vintage by Franck Muller puts several traditional elements front and centre: Aside from featuring a metallic sky blue hue inspired by classic cars, the dial is accented with Geneva stripes and a small seconds at 6 o’clock. Measuring 41mm across and just 9.1mm thick, the watch is powered by a self-winding in-house movement.
A fine tribute
This year, the Reverso Tribute becomes even more elegant with a new pink-gold case that has been slimmed down by almost 1mm to just 7.56mm. The reference here features a burgundy lacquer dial, which provides a striking background for refined features such as faceted applied indexes, Dauphine hands and small seconds. Beating within is the hand-wound Calibre 822.
With the new Luminor Due PAM1423, Panerai introduces yellow gold into its slimmer, dressier Luminor Due range. The precious metal is matched to a gradated green dial that becomes darker at the edges. Housed in a 42mm case and powered by the automatic P.900 calibre, PAM1423 features the date at 3 o’clock and a small seconds at 9 o’clock.