Made to honor the brand’s namesake and master skeletonizer, this new 43.4mm gold watch’s PVD colorized mainplate emphasizes the caliber’s layered construction. Along with the constant rotation of the tourbillon, owners will observe the animation of the double going barrel while the watch is wound. The slow-beat manual-wind in-house movement (ATC11-S) features a double going barrel, 10-days power reserve, small seconds and off-center time indications.
The newest addition to the Ulysse Nardin’s tourbillon collection is inspired by one of its own watches, the Blue Ocean. The blue enamel dial is translucent and glows with an almost bioluminescence. Since the original timepiece’s debut, the Anchor Tourbillon has taken home the Tourbillon Watch Prize at GPHG and been recognized for its technological advancement. Housed in a 60-second tourbillon cage, the watch’s architecture is based on the principle of flexible mechanisms and has a constant force escapement made entirely of silicium. There are 18 pieces available in white gold and 18 pieces in rose gold.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of H. Moser’s Endeavor Perpetual Calendar, the Schaffhausen-based watchmaker launches this new boundary-breaking model. Its design is at its core simple and pure: There is no logo, no index and no small seconds dial. The white gold 40.8mm case is powered by the mechanical hand-wound in-house caliber HMC 341 with a seven-day power reserve, indicated at left on the dial. Leaf-shaped hands are featured on the signature fumé dial with a sunburst pattern; the month is indicated with a small arrow-shaped center hand. The watch is placed on the hand-stitched beige kudu leather strap.