Launches vol.15

Launches vol.15

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Blancpain

Teaming up with Lamborghini, Blancpain introduced its redesigned Super Trofeo watch, a model created to honour the 30-unit limited version of the vehicle of the same name.

Zenith 

The El Primero Vintage 38mm, The El Primero ‘Pilot’, and The ‘Red Primero’, among others, were some of the watches unveiled by the brand.

Tudor 

Tudor Advisor alarm watchwas launched.

Gucci

•Building on the success of its G-Timeless for men, Gucci presented two ladies’ variations: a chronograph and a three-hand watch.
• Designed by Frida Giannini, Artistic Director, these two new timepieces feature a striking black look enlivened by a sprinkling of emblematic Gucci green and red accents appearing on the strap and dial.


Corum

•The big release at the Corum booth was the Ti Bridge Power Reserve.
• As a modern approach to their classic Golden Bridge line, the Ti Bridge PR is housed in a 52mm x 42mm titanium case and powered by a Corum calibre CO107 that features a vertically displayed power reserve indicator alongside the 3:00 position of the dial.
• Manual wind with 3 Days power reserve.

Raymond Weil

• Raymond Weil added chronograph and
moon phase complications to their year-old Maestro collection.

Hamilton

• A classic masterpiece, The Hamilton Pan Europ Automatic Chronograph Watch was presented.
• ‘Modern Times by Hamiltion’ takes proud nostalgic moments and translates them into contemporary
horological treasures.

Hublot


• Swiss watchmaker Hublot launched the new King Power Diver watch with water-resistance up to 4,000 mts!
• Key of Time, the first watch to indicate ‘your’ time launched.