Future watches

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All about the new Omega

The iconic Seamaster  has long been the firm favourite of the Omega fans. Beginning its journey in 1948 and taking on a fair few new looks and updates along the way. Including of course the James Bond watch, the special edition Omega Seamaster 1948 Co-Axial for the London 2012 Olympics,  Omega Seamaster 300 60th anniversary edition, the new 70th anniversary edition, and the Seamaster Diver 300M new collection launched in Basel 2018, 25 years after the first Seamaster Diver 300M.   OMEGA’s Seamaster Aqua Terra World Timer continues in a... Read More

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Rado Bronze

With colours and tones of copper and bronze enjoying a revival in the house and homewares world, and then in the fashion world, it is no surprise to see it appearing in the watch world too. Take a look at Rado, combining bronze and ceramic in their new HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph Limited Edited.  Clever to combine the worlds oldest alloy, bronze, with Rados very current-day ceramic. Creating a watch that looks fabulously modern, and not like anything else in the market.  The dial features vertical brush marks, rose coloured gold... Read More

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Still singing the blues.

We’ve said it before {here} and we say it again – Blue is the new black. Not that new now – blue dials, blue straps and blue details have swept across the watch world in recent years.  This year’s Baselworld Watch fair showed us the trend is set to carry on with the release of some striking new blue timepieces.  Causing a big scene is the newest models from Raymond Weil, called Maestro Blues. The dials, are striking blue with white Roman numeral hour markers. They differ in their layout, the... Read More