The Best Of Baselworld 2017, Day One

The Best Of Baselworld 2017, Day One

First Take: Ben And Louis Discuss The New Omega Releases At Baselworld 2017 (VIDEO)

Omega is without a doubt having probably the most grounded reasonable up until now, showing not just some astounding restricted versions that have the interwebs gabbing , yet additionally some truly pleasant commercial pieces, for example, the hustling dial ace chronometer Speedmasters . Today, Ben and Louis plunked down to talk about their #1 pieces from the 2017 Omega assortment and give all the data you’ve been hanging tight for with respect to the “Set of three” set.

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Presenting: The Patek Philippe 5320G, A New Perpetual Calendar Inspired By Many Historic References (Live Pics & Pricing)

This is the new never-ending schedule from Patek Philippe, the reference 5320G. The look is unadulterated vintage Patek, and I mean appropriate vintage Patek from the 1940s and 50s. You have two openings for the afternoon and month, a moonphase show with date window at six o’clock, an executioner, complex case, and iridescent needle hands.

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Tudor Launches The Black Bay Chronograph Ref. 79350 With Caliber MT5813, A Movement Designed In Collaboration With Breitling

Tudor has quite recently imparted to us data sure to bear some significance with Tudor fans, yet additionally, intriguingly, Breitling fans too: the new section wheel chronograph type MT5813, highlighted a major trend Black Bay Chronograph, is the consequence of a cooperation with Breitling, and depends on the Breitling B01 chronograph movement.

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Presenting: The Grand Seiko SBGW251, SBGW252, SBGW255, The First Generation Of Independent Grand Seiko Watches (Exclusive Live Pics & Pricing)

Grand Seiko watches up to now have been a Seiko sub-brand, with the Seiko logo at 12:00 and Grand Seiko at 6:00. In any case, pushing ahead, Grand Seiko will be introduced as an autonomous brand and the dials will essentially peruse “Amazing Seiko.” To check the event, Seiko is delivering three restricted version watches in steel, gold, and platinum.

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Presenting: The Rolex Cellini Moonphase, The First Moonphase From The Crown In Over Half A Century (Live Pics & Pricing)

Well, 2017 is the year where we at last see a moonphase complication come back at Rolex, something fans have been sitting tight for since the 1950s. Truly. Furthermore, as you’d anticipate from Rolex, this advanced take isn’t “only” a moonphase complication, it’s cosmically precise for 122 years.

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Presenting: The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatique, A New World Record For Ultra-Thin Watches (Exclusive Live Pics, Full Specs, Pricing)

The Octo Finissimo Automatique’s type BVL 138 Finissimo is a miniature rotor, self-winding development just 2.23mm thick, at 36.60mm in breadth. The Octo Finissimo Automatique is the third world record for super meager watchmaking to be seized by Bulgari, following on the Bulgari Octo Finissimo Tourbillon from 2014, which has a development just 1.95mm thick, and the Octo Finissimo Minute Repeater from a year ago, whose type BVL 362 is 3.12 mm thick.

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Presenting: The Slim d'Hermès L'Heure Impatiente (Live Pics & Pricing)

Hermès has been accomplishing consistently extraordinary work in the watch space in the course of the most recent couple of years, particularly with the Slim d’Hermès line. Another claim to fame of the maison however is the thing that it calls “beautiful complications,” which adopt a less capacity driven strategy to watchmaking, rather selecting to enjoyment or shock, (for example, with Le Temps Suspendu). Indeed, today the two families are coming together in the Slim d’Hermès L’Heure Impatiente, which includes a pristine complication.

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The 2017 TAG Heuer Autavia, Now In Its Final Form

It’s here. The new Autavia. The one picked by you, general society, when TAG Heuer declared it would resuscitate one of 16 original Autavias – the watchmaker’s notorious chronograph – and let online clients vote in favor of their top choice. The champ was the massively famous Autavia Ref. 2446 with Mark Three dial, planned in 1966 and broadly worn by Formula 1 hero Jochen Rindt. It beat down other well known three-register (ref. 2446) and two registers (reference 3646) models. Furthermore, presently, here it is.

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