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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar
When Audemars Piguet unveiled their latest Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar in full black ceramic, we knew this would be one of our favorite watches for men this year. This watch has a perpetual calender and it is built with black ceramic. It boasts the very practical perpetual calendar function. A useful mechanism indeed, a perpetual calendar watch accurately keeps track of time, date, month, moon phase, and leap year without the need for manual adjusting until 2100. But just as appealing, is the look of the black ceramic construction of the new AP Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar. Not only is black ceramic attractive, but it’s also resistant to scratching and fading.
Patek Philippe Ref. 5320G Perpetual Calendar
At Baselworld 2017, Patek Philippe launched the Ref. 5320G Perpetual Calendar. Featuring a unique cream-color, the all-new 5320G dial is endowed with applied blackened gold Arabic numerals (except at 5, 6, and 7), with luminescent material. Applied five-minute luminescent cabochons further enhance the legibility of the dial. The watch functions include a perpetual calendar with day, month, leap-year cycle and day/night indication in apertures. Analog date. Moon phases with a manual change only needed every 122 years. This new Ref. 5320G perpetual calendar comes with a shiny chocolate brown alligator strap with large square scales and is secured with a deployant buckle in 18K white gold. The retail price is $82,784.
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For SIHH 2017, Geneva, Switzerland-based watchmaker MB&F debuts the Horological Machine No. 7 (HM7) Aquapod – and it is pretty darn cool. While diving watch in style, MB&F is quick to point out that the “HM7 is not a diving watch.” Why? If there is one downside to this marvelous beauty, it is that it only has 50 meters of water resistance. Perhaps we should simply consider this a “swimming watch.” Then again, if you have one of these circa $100,000 flying tourbillon-equipped timepieces on your wrist, you likely aren’t going to rely on it in aquatic environments for more than mere wading.
Before discussing the fascinating technical elements of this jellyfish-inspired timepiece design, a few words in general about MB&F at the outset of 2017. As a company, MB&F has done two very difficult things. First, it has been able to capture the hearts and minds of the watch and design enthusiast community for over a decade through a series of product debuts. This means that MB&F’s team including founder Max Busser and its dedicated staff have demonstrated an incredible consistency of quality in almost every product they release. This implies an intense level of focus and likely internal ability to accept and evaluate criticism. What does that mean? I think that MB&F has a good system that allows itself to refine each idea prior to going into production. Moreover, there seems to be a highly effective feedback loop that allows potential issues to be mitigated and refined before anything reaches a consumer. This is the only way that the brand could ensure such consistently good quality in design, technical production, and marketing.
MB&F has also been able to remain boutique yet professional. Capping production volumes and activity has probably held back profitability, but has allowed everything else to remain solid. Max Busser has hinted at this fact to me on many occasions, and I think it is worth mentioning. In a sense, the brand has traded potential growth for an ability to maintain its personality and soul – and that no doubt requires constant discipline. Many other brands have gone the other route. In a sense, MB&F is a very personal brand to Max Busser and his inner team. Remove them and the magic goes away. That means what we are seeing in terms of product and quality is something special that is a result of a particular assortment of individuals, in a particular place, at a particular time. It can’t be replicated and eventually in the future (near or far) it will be disbanded. With that knowledge, I continue to pay close attention to the brand knowing that inherently their work is ephemeral and valuable.
OK, so on to this MB&F HM7 Aquapod, which in all likelihood will wear like a thick Casio G-Shock in terms of overall proportions. Also note that this is the first round-cased Horological Machine that the brand has produced. Max Busser defied his own conventions when producing the original Legacy Machine 1 (LM1), which was the first round-cased watch the brand produced. This might seem like a minor point, but it is a big deal to the established watch community in Switzerland that sees “round” as established and conservative and anything other than that as being at least a little bit edgy. MB&F came on the scene in order to offer more innovative aesthetics, so the idea of doing something round was sort of contrary to the mission of the brand. Now, after exploring a range of watch case shapes, the brand feels comfortable enough to produce something that does indeed have a round case profile – even if the MB&F HM7 Aquapod is anything but a traditional round watch.
Another quirk to the release of the MB&F HM7 Aquapod is that it comes after the release of the HM8. It was not that long ago that MB&F released the Horological Machine No. 8 Can-Am watch in September of 2016. These types of products have long lead times, and so what I believe happened is that the HM8 was simply ready prior to the HM7. Why the two models were released so close together is unclear, though I am sure MB&F has their reasons. If anything, the once uncommon release cycle of watches from the brand has accelerated over the last few years. Production quantities are still very low, but it is increasingly difficult for us as well as collectors to keep up with all the new things the brand has been coming out with. With that said, judging by products like the MB&F HM7 Aquapod, there does not seem to be a lack of creative fuel at the brand.
One of my favorite watch brands of all time was inspired by jellyfish, and that is the now defunct Nubeo. Their Medusse Project watches had a distinct way of taking aesthetic and shape cues from our gelatinous cnidarian friends in the sea. MB&F follows suit, but in their own manner with the MB&F Horological Machine No. 7. As in the Nubeo, the easiest way of seeing the jellyfish look is by seeing the Aquapod from its side. MB&F once again relied on their long-time design partner Eric Giroud for the design of the MB&F HM7 Aquapod collection.
To start, the MB&F HM7 Aquapod is being produced as a limited edition in two versions, with one being in titanium and one being in 18k red gold. The case is 53.8mm wide and 21.3mm thick produced from a whopping 95 parts. Though it will wear smaller given that the crowns (there are two) are in the middle section of the case, and because the lugs are narrower and more inset than the overall case dimensions suggest. I haven’t see the MB&F HM7 Aquapod yet at the time of writing, but I imagine that it will be comfortable to wear, but sit tall off the wrist.
New Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Watches In Gold With Oysterflex Rubber Strap & Ceramic Bezel For 2017
It was just last year that Rolex refreshed their Daytona line by introducing a ceramic (or Cerachrom) bezel, and now for 2017, we see the release of the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona with ceramic bezel in white and yellow gold with a… wait for it… Oysterflex rubber strap. Yes, the Daytona is joining the ranks of the Yacht-Master which introduced the Oysterflex strap in 2015. The three versions will come in yellow gold, white gold, and Everose (the proprietary Rolex Pink gold), all of which will have the caliber 4130 movement that was upgraded to the Rolex Superlative Chronometer Certification of being accurate to +2/-2 seconds per day.
The combination of Cerachrom dial, gold, and the Oysterflex presents a refreshing of the Rolex Daytona that I’m not sure many people anticipated and we’ll really be able to give you a true reporting of the watches look like once we share our hands on images with you soon. I have a feeling there is going to be a healthy mix or “love it or hate it” extremes in opinion here, which is always something that I love.
For those not familiar with what the Oysterflex bracelet is, I’ll let our description of it from when it was introduced do the work: “The structure of the bracelet begins with a metal “blade” (a titanium nickel alloy) that creates a base shape and allows it to fit securely. One of the most interesting elements on the strap are the “fins” underneath that are designed to create a cushion between the strap and your wrist. This allows for your wrist to expand and contract a bit while the strap remains comfortable and snug, and also helps vent the inner part of the strap a bit on hot days. It is a great feeling strap made out of an ‘elastomer’ material which is connected to an 18k rose gold deployant clasp.”
Additionally, the Rolex Oysterflex strap also features the 5mm Rolex Easylink rapid extension for when you need more or less room on your wrist. So, even though Rolex refers to it as a “bracelet,” the Oysterflex is really a very high-end strap that Rolex is deciding to use on what is arguably their most iconic watch. Of course, the fact that we are seeing it on only gold watches lets us know that these won’t be the predominant style of Daytona strap anytime soon. I have a feeling that the text reading “OYSTERFLEX” down the width of the strap is going to inspire some complaining.
On the inside, the watch stays the same. The 4130 movement is accurate to +2/-2 seconds per day and has a 72-hour power reserve. The 40mm-wide oyster case is water resistant to 100M and is really just the same Daytona you know.
The Rolex Cosmograph Daytona in yellow gold ref. 116518LN is going to have a champagne dial with a sunray finish and black subdials, while the hour markers are going to be in Chromalight (aka lume) and 18k yellow gold with a black PVD coating. The hands, naturally, will be in yellow gold and Chromalight. The 18k yellow gold is also going to carry over to the safety clasp of the Oysterflex bracelet. This pattern will carry over to the white gold model ref. 116519LN and Everose gold model ref. 116515LN, as well. We’ll have a lot more for you guys once we go hands on with these pieces including exact pricing information. rolex.com
Swiss luxury watch manufacturer joined hands with harrods, and designed to create a new Classic Fusion blue Harrods Exclusive Limited Watch, which set limit to 50 pieces, and priced at 6900 euros, and it is only sold in knightsbridge harrods. The diameter of this Hublot Classic Fusion watch is 45 mm in diameter, keeping the continuation of classical fusion series corner angle watchcase and round watch bezel design, and it has formed the distinctive contrast after the polishing and wire drawing processing. The titanium watchcase is matching the composite resin filling on both sides, which makes the design of this Swiss watch more unique and colorful.
Blue polishing watch dial surface is decorated with solar radiation grain, and it is matching with the central hour, minute and second hands. The Hublot classic fustion series usually adopts bar time scale design, and the Classic Fusion Harrods Exclusive Limited Watch applies the nifty Arabic Numbers instead of the even number time scales, and sets the date display window at 3 o ‘clock position. The watch has a blue rubber strap or blue rubber lining alligator strap.
The Harrodsmen’s clothing, sports series and wrist watch fashion director Jason Broderick said: “the Hublot watch forges an iconic brand in its own way, and we are full of enthusiasm to cooperate with Hublot watches. The new Exclusive Limited Watch not only has elegant appearance, but also contains characteristics and the secret of success that makes the Hublot brand successful. We believe that the first works that we join hands to launch will become a landmark, and it will become a special meter that will have extremely high collection value.
As it is just on sale at Harrods, and only has 50 pieces, so if you are looking for this Hublot watch, you can pay your attention to the replica watch online store, where you can buy the best replica watches with the lowest price.