The tagline “less is more” speaks volumes about Chopard’s thinnest timepiece, a 6.8mm-thick chronometer available in both rose and white gold with a slate-gray dial.
Originally launched in 2005, this model features a few upgrades, most notably the new dial variation and mechanical self-winding movement now showing the date.
The Patek Philippe Calatrava 5196 was originally launched in 1932. Although the style has remained the same, the modern updates include a larger case size and a yellow-gold dial.
With its precision jumping-minute counter, fly-back mechanism, column-wheel gearing, 18,000 semi-oscillations, and outsize date, A.
Ulysse Nardin’s first completely in-house automatic movement was introduced on the 160th anniversary of the company. The Caliber 160 uses escape wheels made from silicon.
The 18-karat gold movement contains the F.P. Journe free-sprung chronometer balance. Twin barrels work in parallel to deliver stable power for much of their 50-hour power reserve (indicated).
This timepiece combines a black grand feu enameled dial with a scratch-resistant black ceramic case.
The 8-Day Power Reserve features a platinum case and opaline dial and 192-hour power reserve with indication of the power reserve on the dial, and is water-resistant to 100 meters.