In with the New!

Our top picks from new watch launches to help you ease your way into the New Year.

1 Ulysse Nardin-Classico Dog(Left) And Girard-Perregaux-Laureato Flying Tourbillon Skeleton (Right)

Ulysse Nardin Classico Dog

Known for some of the most exquisite enamelled timepieces, Ulysse Nardin has introduced the new Classico Dog in 18-carat rose gold for 2018. A tribute to the Chinese Year of the Dog, the watch is a limited edition of 88 pieces with a blue and gold enamelled dial.

Price: Rs 30.29 lakh approx.

Girard-Perregaux Laureato Flying Tourbillon Skeleton

A direct descendant of the original model launched in 1975, the Laureato Flying 
Tourbillon Skeleton features a graphically 
designed mechanical self-winding movement, set in an openworked 42mm pink or white 
gold case.

Price: Rs 28.32 lakh approx.

2 Hublot Big Bang Chelsea FC (Left) And Breitling Chronoliner B04 (Right)

Hublot Big Bang Chelsea FC

To celebrate its partnership with Chelsea, Hublot has launched the new Big Bang Chelsea FC, the second watch created for this association. Limited to 200 pieces, it features a 44mm stainless steel case and a carbon fibre bezel with blue Texalium.

Price: Rs11.24 lakh approx.

Breitling Chronoliner B04

The newest piece to join the Breitling force is the Chronoliner B04, also popularly known as the “flight captain’s chronograph”. With a case crafted in 18-carat gold, the watch comes in an exclusive 250-piece limited-edition and is distinguished by a glossy blue dial and bezel.

Price: Rs6.5 lakh approx.

watches Seiko Presage

Seiko Presage

Launched at Baselworld last year, the Presage collection has two new additions—the Starlight cocktail and the Sakura Fubuki cocktail timepieces. Replete with enamelled dials and automatic movements, the watches are inspired by the deep blue night sky and the Japanese cherry blossoms.

Price: Rs41,864 approx.


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