Bell and Ross 03-92 Diver Red Bronze
The first thing that captures our attention is the colour, the red colour against bronze makes for an attractive addition to one’s watch collection. Designed to meet diving standards, the timepiece is water-resistant up to 300 metres. The watch case and bezel are made of satin-polished CuSn8 Bronze, an alloy combining 92% Copper and 8% Tin, the same material was used in the past for deep-sea helmets and naval construction. The Bell & Ross Diver Red Bronze is limited to 500 pieces and each watch is engraved with a deep-sea diver’s helmet on the case-back.
Cartier Ballon Bleu watch 42 mm
An iconic timepiece from the Cartier collection, the watch has graced the wrists of both men and women. The Ballon Bleu de Cartier watch is a unique timeless piece that was created in 2007, but up till today its design remains fashionable and everlasting, standing the test of time. The timepiece continues to evolve in design, paired with many different variants on metal bracelets and leather straps.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Self-Winding Chronograph / 41 mm
The self-winding feature is unique to the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, allowing the wearer to restart the chronograph without stopping or resetting it first. When the the chronograph is started or stopped, the hands respond accordingly without any hint of jumping. The luxurious watch is housed in an 18-carat pink gold case and paired with either an alligator leather strap or matching 18-carat pink gold bracelet.
Zenith Chronomaster Revival A385
After over 50 years Zenith brings back a heritage piece from its archive, the Chronomaster Revival A385 is an actual reproduction of the original model from 1969 in an exercise of “reverse engineering” by the manufacture.This watch made headlines back in 1970, when it took part in Zenith’s “Operation Sky. An extreme test of resistance, the watch was strapped on an Air France Boeing 707’s landing gear on flight from Paris to New York. Surviving drastic temperature fluctuations, wind force and changing air pressure