The Best New Luxury Watches This Winter

The Best New Luxury Watches This Winter

Fri, 12/02/2022 - 12:40
Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon With Three Flying Bridges

Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon With Three Flying Bridges

Winter Watches For A Wonderful Time

Enjoy our selection of the finest new luxury watches from celebrated manufacturers combining charisma, unique design and extraordinary engineering. These terrific watches at every price point add a touch of scintillating glamour to your wrist.


Raymond Weil Freelancer Diver Geneva Limited Edition

Raymond Weil pays tribute to the city of Geneva with its brand-new diver Geneva Limited Edition. Directly inspired by Lake Geneva, locally known as Lac Léman. CEO Elie Bernheim fondly associates Lac Léman with his family and childhood. The watch boasts a water resistance of up to 310m, the depth of Lac Léman, and is the inspiration behind this timepiece being limited to just 310 units. Featuring a blue gradient dial with mid-blue tones on the upper reaches, with a dark blue hue adjacent to 6 o’clock representing the deepest, darkest parts of the lake.



Garmin Second-Generation MARQ Adventurer Watch      

As a modern interpretation of a classic tool watch, the compass bezel uses cardinal directions and 360-degree markings to help keep users on track as they use the Orienteering feature to navigate to their destination. With preloaded TopoActive maps on the wrist, adventurers can easily access and navigate points of interest, elevation profiles and more. Made with a Titanium Grade5 housing, the new MARQ has been designed to be five-times stronger. While the Sapphire crystal lens provides protection to a vibrant AMOLED touchscreen display. 16-days of battery life in smartwatch mode.



Christopher Ward C1 Bel Canto

With one exception, all complications reveal their purpose visually. Chronographs, perpetual calendars, GMTs – every type requires a display. The exception to the rule are complications which convey information with sound: watches which chime the hour, the quarter or the minute. For the first time, this most elevated of functions has been made accessible by Christopher Ward, with the aptly-named C1 Bel Canto. Chiming on the hour, Bel Canto challenges the watchmaker in two ways beyond non-sounding complications. The first is to create an audible note from so small a device. The laws of acoustics are immutable, and the assembly which contains the striking elements must be able to deliver a ring that its wearer can hear, even on the wrist. The second challenge, one which does not apply to the chiming watch’s cousin, the alarm watch, is that it must produce a melodious note.

From £2995


Seiko 5 Sports x Ultraseven Double Anniversary Limited Edition

This new watch celebrates 55 years of Seiko 5 Sports and the 55th anniversary of the world-famous Japanese TV series, Ultraseven. The dial of the watch is marked with the Ultraguard TDF-UG mark above the 6 o’clock marker and is featured on the comfortable Nato watch strap. The Ultraseven silhouette mark is also printed on the exhibition case back.  This timepiece emulates the design of the “61-5D”, which was the first Seiko 5 Sports model released in 1968. Since then Seiko 5 Sports become known for its durability, performance and value. This watch is limited to 3,400 pieces. A great value automatic watch from Seiko.



Roger Dubuis Excalibur Monotourbillon

Roger Dubuis has just launched the new Excalibur Monotourbillon to celebrate Pirelli’s 150th anniversary – the Excalibur Spider Pirelli Monotourbillon (MT) 45mm, limited to 8 pieces only. Unveiled at the Singapore Grand Prix, the timepiece is crafted from pure white Mineral Composite Fibre (MCF) and comes in a stunning shade of white specifically chosen to honour Pirelli’s landmark occasion. The new Monotourbillon also displays a power reserve indicator at 9 o’clock, a playful nod to a car’s fuel gauge. Brimming with racing codes, the latest Roger Dubuis x Pirelli creation is a roaring example of versatile design crafted with horological excellence and hyper-tech materials.

£160,000 ex VAT.


HYT / Mission Moon Runner Red Magma Watch

The Moon Runner watch is a tribute to our glorious satellite. Around the moon are two titanium indicator disks that show the days and months, in addition to accurate time settings with a hand running on a customised graduation, with a 5-minute timer, and retrograde hours are shown by the fluidic system. At the heart of the 48 mm diameter casing, 52.3 mm in length and 21.8 mm thick, made from hydrocarbon and titanium, partially encased in red, topped with an anti-reflective coating sapphire crystal glass dome, the black and red dial, with a 3D applied index and white luminescent numerals. The Moonrunner is driven by a manual winding mechanical movement, 601-MO calibre (41 rubies) at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz) and with 72 hours power reserve.



Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon With Three Flying Bridges

In 1867, Girard-Perregaux unveiled the ‘Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges’ and an icon was born. The three bridges' functional parts are typically hidden from view but were made into an appealing aesthetic element. The Girard-Perregaux  Manufacture became known for making the invisible visible. This approach has been employed in several subsequent Girard-Perregaux models. With the advent of the new Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges, the Maison perpetuates this design philosophy but with a few fascinating twists along the way.



Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Automatic watch

The Altiplano Ultimate Automatic 41 mm watch. The case is 18k white gold set with 90 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 0.58 ct). One of the thinnest automatic watches in the world: 5.30 mm, a total symbiosis between the case and the Manufacture movement. Powered by the Manufacture Piaget 910P, ultra-thin self-winding mechanical movement. A truly unique and beautiful watch.



IWC Schaffhausen Aquatimer Automatic Watch

Powered by the IWC-manufactured 32111 calibre, the Aquatimer Automatic features a stainless steel case, a blue dial, robust construction, high-pressure resistance, easy readability and innovative technical features. The Aquatimer Automatic is water-resistant to 30 bar with a 42 mm corrosion-resistant steel case. The innovative external/internal rotating bezel combines ease of use with safety. The rotation of the outer bezel is transmitted to the inner bezel via a sliding pinion system. The SafeDive system ensures that the inner ring with the dive time scale always rotates counterclockwise. Therefore, even in the event of inadvertent adjustment, the dive time can never be extended and the diver's safety is always guaranteed.



A. Lange & Söhne Zeitwerk In 950 Platinum

The Zeitwerk is the first mechanical wristwatch that displays hours and minutes with jumping numerals. The time bridge is one of the most prominent design elements of its dial. It is part of the movement and constitutes the stage for all time indications. The apertures for the hours and minutes are arranged from left to right; the large numerals are crisply legible. The new generation Zeitwerk features subtle design changes and a refined Manufacture calibre that enables a double power reserve of 72 hours. The model version in platinum features a rhodié-coloured dial crafted from solid silver.