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“Actually, life is not complicated.

The rule is simple. Your achievements are what you have dreamed.

Think big, set great goals and take big steps. You will certainly win.

Dominate time and make every moment your own.

Right now, don’t stop, just take the lead.

Because time is ticking and the time for success is running out.

The time is pointing you.

Dream big, take a deep breath, and start walking towards your future.

Now is your time. Your big moment to dream. “


QUANTUM HUNTERHunter’s exceptional size is a big challenge as its impression. Highlighted by touches of high-tech details and innovations. Complication design features gives it’s own charm.

Quantum’s Hunter collection, which prepares leading-edge designs that catch the time, attracts watch lovers with its technical details in the design.

Modern color combinations like rose-black, black-red, black-green, as well as silver-black, silver-navy blue classic combinations in HNG535 series in the collectible draw attention to every taste.

The Hunter reinterprets the silicone strap to reveal a brand new and different design, with a scratch-resistant, eye-catching steel case, and a anti-reflective special glass.


A freediver world record holder Şahika Ercümen’s choise:


Movement: VR32


Case Size: 50MM

Dial: Black & rose gold detailed dial with navy blue index


Lug Width: 26 TO 30MM

Water Resistance: 100M




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Glamorous feminine watch


CHARRIOL’s ST-TROPEZ™ collection is our most glamorous feminine watch collection for women. The range is inspired by everything chic and French, as epitomised by its eternally appealing namesake Riviera town. Femininity and style are the bywords of this range, constantly updated. Now, CHARRIOL releases a brand-new variant, inspired by another eternally chic city, Paris.

The ST-TROPEZ™ Mansart takes its name from Jules Hardouin-Mansart, one of the most influential European architects of the 17th century. His classical style is behind many of Paris’ famous buildings and squares, including the Place Vendôme. Designed in an octagonal shape, Place Vendôme is synonymous with a formal architectural beauty that has inspired artists, couturiers and moviemakers over the centuries. Still today, the elegance of this famous square lives on, inspiring the world’s most luxurious brands, hotels and couture houses to make their home on Place Vendôme.

Taking our cue from the elegance of this square, we have re-worked the ST-TROPEZ™ watch in homage to Mansart’s creations. ST-TROPEZ™’s usual circular case is replaced by a petite rectangular version (25mm * 30mm) with angled edges, to form an octagonal shape.

Three styles become ever more precious: a warm yellow-gold version, a rose-gold variant with diamonds at each corner of the bezel, or steel versions set with 61 diamonds.

Dials come in two styles and reflect the elegance of the famous Parisian square: they shimmer with a white mother of pearl dial set with diamond counters and an opaline seconds counter, or come with an engraved white mother of pearl and seconds hand at 6 o’clock.

Glamorous feminine watch As always with our ST-TROPEZ™ timepieces, the watch is fitted with our signature twisted steel cable strap, and pretty chain bracelet.

French chic is always in style: with the ST-TROPEZ™ Mansart, women can show their affinity with Parisian style on their sleeve!


Technical datas                   ST-TROPEZ™ Mansart


Movement                Swiss Quartz movement ETA, hour, minute, second

Case                           Steel, Yellow or Rose Gold plated Stainless steel 316L, 25mm * 30mm

Bezel                           Steel, Yellow or Rose Gold plated Stainless steel bezel set with either 8 (0.05cts) or 62 white diamonds (0.44cts)

Dial                             White Mother-of-pearl, opaline or engraved circle décors, 12 silver hour markers set with white diamonds (0.06cts)


The hallmark of each ST-TROPEZ™ watch strap is its open-ended bangle design. Each watch strap, embellished with a pair of décors clips, comes attached with a unique ST-TROPEZ™ chain bracelet, finished with a security chain and clasp. 


Bracelet                     Stainless steel 6 cables strap with two steel décor clips and marine chain bracelet

Price                           From 1’690 to 3’690 CHF

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Kalpa Hebdomadaire


The new Kalpa collection followed on from the first watch movement created by Michel Parmigiani in 1998 – the tonneau-shaped caliber PF110. Twenty years later, the design of this movement is still just as impressive. Indicating the hours, minutes, small seconds, date and power reserve – the quintessence of time measurement – it powers the new hand-wound Kalpa Hebdomadaire. Now available as a self-winding caliber, the new PF442 was awarded Fleurier Quality Certification after undergoing a strict testing regime to certify its reliability and craftsmanship.

The new Kalpa Hebdomadaire is a piece that honors the history of the Kalpa and the brand’s first movement, which was tonneau-shaped. Developed by Michel Parmigiani in 1998 and honored with an innovation award the following year, the hand-wound caliber PF110 is characterized by its impressive eight-day power reserve, made possible by the two series-mounted barrels. This remark- ably symbolic Haute Horlogerie caliber features hour and minute functions, small seconds at 6 o’clock, a date dis- play and a weekly power reserve indicator.

In keeping with the other new-generation Kalpa watches, the refined design features of its mechanism – Côtes de Genève pattern, beveled bridges and circular-graining – are exposed through a sapphire case-back, with the wide tonneau opening revealing its seamless integration with the case. Oscillating at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour (3 Hz), this signature shaped movement is housed within a case that is no less iconic itself, crafted in 18 ct rose gold and entirely hand-polished.

pictures-hi-res-new-kalpa-men-collection_54pictures-hi-res-new-kalpa-men-collection_53As the face of the collection, the rich black dial delivers on many different levels, with an opaline finish in the center and on the power reserve scale, as well as a hand-worked braid-effect guilloché detail on the flange. Equally distinctive are the luminescent Delta-shaped hands pointing to hand-applied faceted indices with a luminescent coating and the minute track in the center, while the instantaneous date display at 12 o’clock houses the famous bright red 1 numeral. The new Kalpa Hebdomadaire is water-resistant to 30 meters and attractively proportioned (42.3 x 32.1 mm), fastening neatly on the wrist with its Hermès black alligator strap with a rose gold folding buckle, for unparalleled comfort and style.

Its name contains a promise – that of proven technical and aesthetic excellence. The Kalpa Qualité Fleurier has fulfilled the strictest and most comprehensive certification criteria in watchmaking*, attesting to its uncompromising reliability and craftsmanship. It is equipped with the new self-winding caliber PF442, which features hour, minute and central seconds indications, as well as the date at 12 o’clock. This movement houses a series-mounted double-barrel that guarantees a better distribution of energy within the caliber and increases its power reserve to 60 hours. Each component meets Haute Horlogerie standards in terms of its finish, and the bridges are decorated with a crossed Côtes de Genève pattern whose complexity reflects the rigor of Fleurier Quality certification.

Parmigiani Kalpa 2018

The case in 18 carat red gold marks a departure from the brand’s customary rose gold. The black dial features an opaline and hand-guilloché decoration around its edge with a braid-effect pattern. The Kalpa Qualité Fleurier is distinguished by its elegant simplicity, with no detail left to chance.

This is the highlight of the new generation Kalpa. The Kalpa Chronor houses the world’s first solid gold integrated self-winding chronograph movement. This tonneau watch in hand-polished 18 ct rose gold measures 48.2 x 40.4 mm and houses an exceptional mechanism that has been developed and manufactured entirely in-house over six years. The COSC-certified caliber PF365 oscillates at the high frequency of 36,000 vibrations per hour (5 Hz) to achieve a reading accuracy of one tenth of a second.

pictures-hi-res-new-kalpa-men-collection_51With a power reserve of approximately 65 hours, this Haute Horlogerie movement equipped with a column wheel and vertical clutch – hallmarks of precision and user comfort – is distinctive for its prestigious 18 ct gold construction. Malleable and particularly difficult to work, this material underlines the rare skill and expertise employed in the movement’s design, including the skeleton work on its bridges and its decoration. It also features a variable-inertia balance, held in place by a cross-through bridge, for improved stability and shock resistance. In terms of the dial, the caliber PF365 provides hour, minute, small seconds and chronograph functions with a tachymeter and date window. At the back, a wide tonneau opening with a sapphire crystal at the top show- cases this new shaped movement, wound by an oscillating weight in 22 ct gold that features a barley grain guilloché motif. The 18 ct gold bipartite dial in black is elegantly finished with an opaline center, hand-worked braid-effect guilloché detail on the flange, and snailed counters.

The counters have been enlarged and positioned slightly above the center point, offering easier readability, while the rounded date window with its gold outline at 12 o’clock reveals below it a disc with white numerals and a gold powder finish for the « 1 » The luminescent Delta hands point to hand-applied 18 ct rose gold faceted indices, which also have a luminescent coating and match the folding buckle on the Hermès black alligator strap. It is an exceptional timepiece, produced as a series of 50 numbered pieces.

The stylish masculinity of this Haute Horlogerie watch lies in the form of one of the most popular horological complications: the chronograph. It is powered by a new shaped movement bearing the hallmarks of Parmigiani Fleurier – the caliber PF362, a COSC-certified, self-winding, integrated chronograph offering hour, minute, small seconds and chronograph functions as well as a tachymeter scale and date display, with a 65-hour power reserve. Entirely developed and manufactured in-house over a period of six years, this caliber works at a frequency of 36,000 vibrations per hour (5 Hz) and demonstrates an accuracy of one tenth of a second; it also features a column wheel and vertical clutch to ensure accuracy and user comfort.

In addition, its variable-inertia balance is secured by a bridge which provides strength and stability against shocks. Seamlessly integrated with the hand-polished 48.2 x 40.4 mm tonneau case, water-resistant to 30 meters, this advanced mechanism reveals its elegant finishes through the sapphire case-back, along with the 22 ct gold oscillating weight and its barley grain guilloché motif. As for the display, the dial is divided into different levels and features a blue center treated with PVD with an opaline finish, a radial guilloché-worked  flange punctuated with hand-applied faceted indices, two snailed counters enclosed within a fine gold edging, an angled tachymeter scale, a semi-instantaneous date window, and a small seconds sector with its own hand. The luminescent Delta-shaped hands, the counters placed slightly off-center, and the rounded date indicator containing three numerals come together to form this balanced, easily readable display. The finishing touch is a black alligator strap with a rose gold folding buckle.


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Black is…the new black.

The new Aquarider chronograph from Switzerland’s Claude Bernard dazzles in all-black, its tough stainless steel 316L case sporting a black PVD coating.

The “soft touch” leather strap is also black, but accented with luminescent touches – as are the indices and hands on a jet-black dial which features three chronograph sub-dials, plus an offset date display at 4 o’clock, all housed under an anti-reflective and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.

With a Claude Bernard Calibre 102 chronograph movement at its heart, the Aquarider is nice and bold on the wrist (45mm diameter) and the black livery makes it a stunning fashion accessory for any occasion, formal or informal.

10222_37NC_NINOB_hiresThe Aquarider is perfect, too, for sailing, swimming or diving, boasting 200m water-resistance.

The Aquarider is a spectacular example of why Claude Bernard timepieces are amazing value for money.

Hand-assembled, precision engineered and rigorously tested, the Claude Bernard Aquarider chronograph is a superb watch that delivers Swiss watchmaking excellence that is affordable for all.

Founded in 1973, Claude Bernard offers strikingly designed watches with top quality components and materials but at a fraction of the cost of its rivals.

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Automatic Caliber


Luxury Swiss watchmaker Roger Dubuis celebrated Diwali, the Festival of Lights in style with the many fine watch aficionados in India, with the release of a dedicated Limited Edition Excalibur 45, in honor of the brand’s long association with the country.

Powerful and daring, the Limited Edition Excalibur 45 Automatic Caliber, immediately catches the eye with its avant-garde styling and extreme good looks. The arresting combination of the 18K pink gold case, galvanic grey dial with the striking sunburst design and superimposed stylized Roman numerals in gold-edged white, gives this timepiece an unmistakably distinguished appearance.

Excalibur-India-Limited-Edition_RThis special timepiece is also powered by the RD830 automatic calibre with a titanium oscillating weight. The Limited Edition Excalibur 45 Automatic also comes with a date display housed in the seconds sub-dial, is water resistant to 5 BAR, has a power reserve of 48 hours and boasts of a smart brown alligator strap with beige stitching and an 18k pink gold clasp.

Roger Dubuis’ path-breaking style and amazing technical sophistication have certainly made their mark in India. The brand has also increased its presence in the country with the recent opening of their second point of sale in Mumbai, the country’s financial and commercial heart.

Roger Dubuis has been at the forefront of contemporary Haute Horlogerie since 1995. Its audacious creations, firmly anchored in the 21st century, embody substantial expertise expressed through the finest watchmaking mechanisms combined with powerful and daring designs. Boldness and extravagance are the brand’s signatures, and determination its driving force.

The Roger Dubuis Excalibur and Velvet collections are distributed worldwide through an exclusive sales network and boutiques. The quest for excellence, the long search for the right gesture, as well as the development of unique skills are all defining characteristics of the Geneva-based Swiss Maison.

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meticulously designed


MeisterSinger makes mechanical watches for people who know just what is important to them – people who don’t constantly want to count the seconds, for instance – and want the things they surround themselves with to be smartly and meticulously designed.

MeisterSinger timepieces are all made according to a consistent style, which has already won the company numerous design awards. MeisterSinger watches typically feature twin hour digits all round and, above all, one single hour hand with a fine needle point that indicates the time.

UR903The Urban, the latest creation in the collection, also features the typical hallmarks of a MeisterSinger – but in a variation that makes this new watch something completely unique and special, as it has particularly large digits placed at 12, 03, 06, and 09 o’clock in striking typography. The other hours are shown by small numbers and wedge-shaped indices that perfectly match the powerful shape of the single hand. A clear design that ideally matches the effortless outfit of the cosmopolitan global citizen, the streetscape of the modern city – and everyone who prefers simple elegance to complexity.

Clear design, robust movement

Encased in robust stainless steel, the Urban is powered by an automatic movement made in Japan, a country where the art of reduction and concentration on the essentials has also long been mastered. The unidirectional rotor of the 11.5-line caliber 8245 made by Miyota gathers enough energy for at least 42 hours of power reserve.


Consistent in both style and technology, the watch is the ideal companion for urban lifestyles. Only selecting the right model can be slightly more complicated, as the Urban comes in four different color variations: With a white dial and black type (supplemented by red hour digits in the minute scale), a black dial with light green type, a tobacco-colored dial with black type, and a blue dial with white type, but with additional red accents in the minute scale. The models all come with a smooth calfskin watchstrap in matching colors.

The Urban is available from early February onwards.

Model                         Urban

Movement                   Miyota 8245, automatic; 42 hours power reserve

Diameter                     40 mm

Case                            Stainless steel, 6-screwed exhibition back, water resistance 5 bar,
sapphire crystal

Variants                       Opaline Silver, Black, Blue, Tobacco

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ultra-fashionable designs


Roger Dubuis is convinced that women are every bit as keen as men to wear daring and technical calibers. It is for this reason that for a quarter of a century Roger Dubuis has been speaking to women through highly distinctive, self-confident and sophisticated codes combined with an elegant touch of eccentricity. This has resulted in a combination of shapes, curves and ultra-fashionable designs, while remaining at the very high end of luxury watchmaking.

The Roger Dubuis woman is empowered and successful, while remaining sensitive to both aesthetics and technology. She sets her own goals, writes her own rulebook and naturally stands out from the crowd – which is why she is drawn to exceptional timepieces that confirm her sense of uniqueness. Like Roger Dubuis women, shooting stars are oblivious to the rules, which is why they have been chosen to symbolize a unique vision of femininity.

excaliburshootingstarblueexcaliburshootingstarpinkEnter the Excalibur 36 Shooting Star timepiece, enriched with alternative techniques and featuring a choice of blue, white and pink interpretations, all issued in eight-piece limited editions. The result of two years of R&D in Roger Dubuis’ legendary Geneva workshops were devoted to miniaturizing the existing X42 single tourbillon while retaining all of its lightness and airy dimensions.

The new RD510SQ Poinçon de Genève-certified caliber – is a diminutive yet bold work of art ideally suited to smaller wrists. Based on an iconic platform, it is equipped with one of the smallest flying tourbillon skeleton caliber to fit in a dainty 36-mm case. Shining in a feminine starry sky set against a white mother-of-pearl, blue PVD-treated or pink translucent varnished background, the 18K gold shooting star timepiece loops around the Roger. Dubuis astral signature, trailing its diamond-studded tail and complemented by color-coordinated enamel stars. Reflecting its far-reaching vision of time in the feminine mode, Roger Dubuis invites women with a taste for precious avant-garde to explore a whole new galaxy in 2018.

Roger Dubuis has been at the forefront of contemporary Haute Horlogerie since 1995. Its audacious creations, firmly anchored in the 21st century, embody substantial expertise expressed through the finest watchmaking mechanisms combined with powerful and daring designs. Boldness and extravagance are the brand’s signatures, and determination its driving force. The Roger Dubuis Excalibur and Velvet collections are distributed worldwide through an exclusive sales network and boutiques. The quest for excellence, the long search for the right gesture, as well as the development of unique skills are all defining characteristics of the Geneva-based Swiss Maison.

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Emblematic design


Harmony is not a question of size, but of proportions. For its new creation measuring only 25 mm in diameter, Jaquet Droz revisited the emblematic design of its original model, the Lady 8, transforming it into a more intimate version: the Lady 8 Petite.

Conceived as an ode to femininity and elegance, the Lady 8 Petite preserves the attributes of its predecessor: an original creation that features the brand’s emblematic “8” design blended with the traditional gem-setting and natural dial expertise of Jaquet Droz. The delicacy of its perfectly rounded case is accentuated by a domed sapphire crystal. At noon, a matching stone – different in each model – rolls under the finger, giving the illusion of touching precious time.

The Lady 8 Petite’s dial is ever so slightly redesigned to guarantee perfect readability. Two hands sweep over its motion work, driven by a self-winding mechanical movement with a 38-hour power reserve, decorated with a guilloché oscillating weight with a fanned design.

1080 2Developed in five variations, the new Lady 8 Petite embraces the trends of its time, as well. Borrowing from contemporary fashion, two versions features a double-wrap strap, in a choice of black or blue grained calfskin. The black strap is paired with a mother-of-pearl dial and gem-set steel case, while the blue double strap perfectly complements an aventurine dial whose natural silver-flecked inclusions resemble a starry sky. A symbol of femininity, it is also a discreet reminder of the astronomy from which watchmaking sprang forth.

The three versions featuring an 18-karat red gold case display an altogether different personality, offering the possibility of a single-wrap strap in taupe alligator leather or, for a more jewelry look, a new bracelet developed specially for the Lady 8 Petite. It was conceived by Jaquet Droz to favor flexibility and comfort in an original mineral composition.

In a first version, the links are individually set with diamonds, within which authentic Akoya pearls shimmer like precious hearts. These pearls, found only in Asia in far-flung corners of Japan and China, are renowned for their bright luster yet satiny soft appearance. With a unique natural white color, they harmoniously complement the mother-of-pearl dial and cabochon crown of this sleek and graceful Lady 8 Petite.

The second version of the red gold Lady 8 Petite bracelet is adorned with jade, paying tribute to the brand’s depth of experience in the most precious and exclusive mineral compositions. Moreover, this version is issued in a strictly limited Numerus Clausus edition of eight pieces. Its supple bracelet is entirely set with diamonds, within which gleam bright green jade beads. The choice of this stone is deliberate. A protective stone, embodying the wisdom gained through serenity, it intensifies feelings of love and brings harmony. These natural tendencies, along with the “8” design evoking infinity and eternity, bestow exceptional symbolism on this High Jewelry creation.

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It was the year 1887 when Georges-Lucien Eberhard, a young watchmaker with great ambitions, opened his first workshop in La Chaux-de-Fonds, which was already, just as it is today, the heart of Swiss watchmaking. In 2018, the brand marks a return to its roots at its historic premises. Passion, intuition and determination were the qualities which allowed him, in a very short time, to create one of the country’s major manufactures and to build one of the most stunning palaces in the city to house it, worthy of the name which was contributing to shape the history of the watch industry.

It has been a long time since, but the generations of entrepreneurs who have successively taken up leadership of Eberhard & Co. have remained faithful to the example of Georges-Lucien, allowing the name Eberhard to grow internationally, thanks in no small part to several inventions which represent a series of genuine milestones in watchmaking.

400 (1)Barbara Monti, the company’s current CEO, wanted this year to achieve one of the main goals that she had set herself when she took over the reins of Eberhard: to return the company to the historic premises built by its founder, the Maison de l’Aigle. Everyone in La Chaux knows the building, which covers the large part of a block on Avenue Léopold-Robert, not only because of its grandeur and the fact that it is among the city’s industrial buildings listed by UNESCO as a world heritage site, but also thanks to the eagle placed by Georges-Lucien on top of its dome, its outstretched wings symbolizing the strong will to fly towards new conquests.

There have indeed been many achievements in those 131 years of history. It is impossible to mention them all, but suffice to say that Eberhard created its first wrist chronograph in 1919, the forerunner of countless collections of timepieces, most often of a sporting nature, always technically innovative, often revolutionary such as the Chrono 4, the first chronograph equipped with four aligned counters, which made history at the time of its launch and, still today, remains one of a kind.

This great consistency, combined with an untamed spirit of independence, is the key to understanding today’s move. This is not merely a change of headquarters, but the expression of Eberhard’s determination to enter a new phase and strengthen its principles of respect for both tradition and the spirit of innovation, while, at the same time, cementing the heritage of the brand.

As a statement for this stylish comeback, the historic eagle will be restored, putting right the effects of more than a century of weather: Eberhard & Co. will contribute to return one of the city’s true icons to its citizens in all its splendor, celebrating a strongly desired and meaningful comeback. 2019 is the year in which Eberhard will rise with a new and at the same time historic identity, supported by a series of projects which will be a source of pride and emblematic of the many decades of dedication to the Art of Challenging Time.

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Lunar beauty


The Moon Alluring Romantic. A catalyst for our dreams. And just as La Luna invokes awe and wonder when seen in the sky, it also is a thing of beauty when worn on the wrist. The new Les Vauberts Automatic Moon Phase timepiece from boutique Swiss watchmaker Edox showcases the journey of the Earth’s nearest celestial neighbor in elegant simplicity. The silver dial, with blued hands and indices, shines as if lit by the full Moon.

A gorgeous display at 6 o’clock showcases the passing of the Moon’s phases against a star-lit sky. There’s a date window, too, at 3 o’clock while an outer ring marks off the passage of time in minute increments. The Les Vauberts Automatic Moon Phase sports a classical, clean look that oozes elegance. And even though it is 42mm in diameter, it doesn’t overpower the wrist, thanks to the design’s sleek lines.

Under the 316L stainless steel case beats a new Edox Calibre 805 automatic movement, the first for a Moon Phase watch from the Les Genevez-based company.

Offset with a structured leather strap, the Les Vauberts Automatic Moon Phase is a stunning but subtle timepiece that would be a worthy addition to any collection.

Calibre : New EDOX Calibre 805 (Automatic Moon Phase)

Functions: Display of hours, minutes, date, moon phase

Case: Stainless steel case 316L

Diameter: 42mm

Water resistance: 50 meters

Strap: Genuine structured leather strap

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