Christophe Claret Dual Tow

    Celebrating 20 years in business, the famous behind-the-scenes complication specialist has released a watch under his own name. In addition to the rubberized tractor hour and minute displays, the watch features a satellite chronograph system that strikes a gong when engaged, as well as a tourbillon. It sums up why Claret is the go-to guy when brands need complicated watches.

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