A. Lange & Söhne gave its most iconic wristwatch a major revamp, preserving its signature asymmetric aesthetic while giving it an entirely new, technically superior movement.
Up Close With The Vacheron Constantin Harmony Ultra-Thin Grande Complication Chronograph (With Original Photos & Price)The most complicated wristwatch of Vacheron Constantin's offerings at SIHH 2015, the Harmony Ultra-Thin Grande Complication Chronograph is powered by a gorgeously complex split-seconds chronograph movement with a novel peripheral rotor.
A small run of 99 pieces available only in Florence, the Radiomir Firenze PAM604 is the first Radiomir decorated with engraving, done by hand in the Florentine style.
With the Master Calendar Meteorite, Jaeger-LeCoultre has bestowed a dial made from a thin slice of cosmic rock on one of its signature triple calendar wristwatch.
Up Close With The Greubel Forsey Tourbillon 24 Secondes Vision – Simple And Elaborate (With Original Photos & Price)Greubel Forsey's simplest wristwatch to date, the Tourbillon 24 Secondes Vision nonetheless retains the brand's signature elaborate finishing that becomes all the more apparent with the simplicity of the watch.
A. Lange & Söhne recently unveiled the Zeitwerk Minute Repeater, combining its signature digital time display with a newly developed decimal repeater mechanism, equipped with some unusual features.
Vacheron Constantin finally introduced its long expected chronograph movement at SIHH, along with the Harmony, a new line of cushion-shaped timepieces to mark its 260th anniversary.