A extra-large version of Voutilainen's signature chronometer, with a movement redesigned for the bigger case.
The final chapter in the F.P. Journe jumping time display series is the best yet, with a first of its kind complication.
The entry-level - relatively speaking - Greubel Forsey wristwatch gets a platinum case.
The second instalment of the Art Piece 2 conceals the time but makes up for it with an oversized power reserve display.
Smaller, slimmer and for the first time in stainless steel, the latest from Ressence also boasts an upgraded movement.
The Swiss Mad duo make a statement on the import of "Swiss Made".
SIHH 2017: Greubel Forsey Introduces Grande Sonnerie Wristwatch (With an Incline Tourbillon Naturally)The most complicated Greubel Forsey to date puts the watchmaker in rarefied company.
A titanium pocket watch with a miniature dynamo that lights up the liquid time display.
A collaboration with Christophe Schaffo, the Atum Skelett is the watchmaker's very first open-worked timepiece.
A button on the case lights up the watch face thanks to an LED powered by a tiny mechanical generator.