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TECHNICAL VIRTUOSO

Luxury watch maison Roger Dubuis, master of disruptive watchmaking techniques and avante garde design, comes up with another technical virtuoso performance with the Excalibur Spider Ultimate Carbon, a timepiece that is truly ahead of its time. An ideal gift for a man of substance – a timepiece – that is truly ahead of its time.

Nobody does Fine Watchmaking quite like Roger Dubuis, for which innovation and a drive to push technical and aesthetic limits to breaking point are an integral part of its DNA. Not to mention a fearless ability and determination to shake up watchmaking codes and overturn existing rules.

450 3Well-known for its penchant for disruptive materials, along with its ability to produce world premieres, Roger Dubuis has done it again. Showcasing its mastery of sophisticated technology, the Maison that dares to be rare has set itself an ambitious challenge by ushering in the age of the complication-charged hyperwatch.

Paradox is the name of the game as the Excalibur Spider Ultimate Carbon timepiece disrupts watchmaking codes while managing to maintain the Brand’s links with its serial innovator DNA. The paradox continues as the lightness of ultra-sophisticated technology meets the weight of watchmaking complications. In an intriguing juxtaposition of material combinations, this highly complex model is mostly made of multi-layer carbon with a case and a likewise carbon strap.

In a final move befitting a groundbreaking hyperwatch, the Manufacture has encrusted the carbon strap with 166 diamonds, an unprecedented step for Roger Dubuis. Echoing its shining Astral Skeleton star that has become a Roger Dubuis signature, this extraordinary timepiece also features a world-first tourbillon carriage set with baguette-cut diamonds, the final touch to a model designed for a very few daring individuals.

The Excalibur Spider Ultimate Carbon timepiece thereby offers a spectacular demonstration of the Maison’s gift for dealing in back to the future technology: the first timepiece mostly made of carbon from start to strap and lit up by 195 diamonds, an achievement calling for cutting-edge technical skills combined with boldly imaginative aesthetics.

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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NEW CHAPTER

Despite growing awareness and the efforts of government and international non-profit organizations, the world’s water continues to come under threat because of carelessness, neglect and waste. Pollution levels are rising – and something must be done. Luxury Swiss watchmaker Oris introduced the Source of Life Limited Edition, an ethical watch inspired by the River Rhine that highlights the plight of the world’s water sources and marks a new chapter in Oris’s mission to bring change for the better.

The new watch is based on the stylish Oris Aquis diver’s watch, one of the independent Swiss company’s signature designs. In keeping with Oris’s philosophy to ‘Go your own way’, every model in the line combines innovation, high-performance and high-quality Swiss design and engineering with price points that make sense in the real world.

01 733 7731 4995-07 5 18 46FC - Oris Aquis Date Diamonds TRThe Oris Source of Life Limited Edition picks up on that theme, and also recognizes the role water plays in feeding, sustaining and connecting life. It focuses on the course of the River Rhine, chosen because it runs close to the village of Hölstein where Oris has been based since 1904, and because the Orisbach, a nearby brook from which the company takes its name, feeds into it.

The watch’s case back is embossed with a map of the River Rhine, which runs 1,233km (766 miles) through six countries from its source at the Lai da Tuma, or Tomasee, a lake 2,343 meters up in the Swiss Alps in the canton of Graubünden, through to the North Sea. The river has been a source of life to those who live along it for centuries.

Because it’s based on the Oris Aquis, the Source of Life Limited Edition has the same roster of high-performance functions the Aquis is renowned for. Its 43.5mm stainless steel case is water-resistant to 30 bar (300 meters), and it has a uni-directional rotating bezel with a grey tungsten insert with a 60-minute timer scale for safely measuring dive times. The stainless steel case back of the Oris Source of Life Limited Edition is embossed with a map of the River Rhine and the watch’s limited edition number. The Oris Source of Life Limited Edition comes in a special presentation box. An insignia on the inside shows the course of the River Rhine.

The blue grey dial is inspired by the color of the fresh water at the River Rhine’s source. The date is indicated through a circular aperture running around the dial. The watch’s automatic movement provides it with its standout complication, an inventive circular date indicator shown by a scale running from 1 to 31 around the center of the watch’s dial. Inside it is a channel with a white indicator that aligns with the scale and makes a full tour of the dial once a month to show the date.

The watch also has a sweeping seconds hand with a ‘lollipop’ filled with luminescent Super-LumiNova®. This is a significant detail – to qualify for diver’s watch status, a watch must have a display that shows the running of the watch to indicate to the wearer that their dive timing is accurate. The Oris Source of Life Limited Edition comes on either a stainless steel metal bracelet or a grey rubber strap, both of which have stainless steel folding clasps that can be extended to be worn over a wetsuit. To reflect the height above sea level of the Lai da Tuma, 2,343 pieces have been made.

The Oris Source of Life Limited Edition is inspired by water and invites us to consider the eternal value of water philosophically. Water feeds, sustains and connects life – it’s time we recognized its real value. The retail price of the watch is approximately CHF 2,100 with a rubber strap and CHF 2,300 with a stainless steel bracelet.

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VINTAGE UK

To Brexit or not to Brexit – that is the debate raging in political circles, news channels and boardrooms across the UK and Europe as the Brexit date of 29th March 2019 looms large! While most experts are contemplating the pros and cons and the repercussions of this move of Britain away from the European Union & whether it will happen now or in the imminent future, one ingenious luxury watchmaker Graham has immortalized Brexit with a Graham Chronofighter Vintage UK Limited Edition that takes unity into its own hands.

450 3From pomp to punk, the UK has always steered away from black and white perspectives. The Graham Chronofighter Vintage UK shows this spirit in its true colors, in this case those of the union jack flag. The timely Swiss watch with a British heritage addresses Brexit with heart-felt honesty – by adding a question mark. As in any love affair, this tiny piece of punctuation speaks volumes. Should I go or should I stay? Can we still be friends? Will we ever get back together again? It sets the tone for a timepiece with stunning looks, a love of tradition and the courage to look to the future.

A red, white and blue painted dial flags up a mood of familiarity with a twist on this automatic chronograph with a day-date display. At first sight, the red and white stripes are boldly patriotic, yet a concertina effect lets through more blue than usual. Modernist design language or a subtle hint that a variation on European blue is still welcome?

The iconic Graham Chronofighter trigger mechanism on the left-hand side enables a fast-action start/stop – a Brexit negotiator’s dream. The eye-catching timepiece comes with a blue calf leather strap with red and white stitching. A brown alternative is available for a stronger nostalgic statement. The Graham Chronofighter Vintage UK is a non-negotiable limited edition of 100 pieces. Take it or leave it.

The dial of the watch is painted with the three colored Union Jack flag (national flag of the United Kingdom) and it features an automatic chronograph Caliber – G1747, movement with the day-date and fast-action start-stop trigger among its key features. The timepiece is limited to 100 pieces and has a power reserve of 48 hours. The case diameter measures 44mm and is made of steel with a domed sapphire crystal, anti-reflective coating and a see-through sapphire crystal case back. The watch is water resistant to 330 feet. There is a blue calf leather strap with red and white stitches available as also a brown calf leather or blue leather with white stitches and steel pin buckle.

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STYLE STATEMENT

The Oris Big Crown Pointer Date has always been a style statement and a useful instrument. For its 80th anniversary, the luxury watch brand announces a special bronze edition of an Oris icon. In 1938, Oris introduced a pioneering watch for pilots. It had an oversized crown so that glove-wearing airmen could easily adjust it, and an unusual complication – a date indicated by a central pointer hand.

The aim behind it was to create a beautiful, high-quality, reasonably priced timekeeper that would be reliable and easy to use, even in hostile conditions. Little could the independent Swiss watchmaker have known at the time that eight decades later, the Big Crown Pointer Date would not only continue to fulfill that ambition, but also that it would have become one of the most recognizable of all watch designs, an icon for the generations.

Oris Portrait Rolf Studer, Co-CEO“Designs come and go, but the Big Crown Pointer Date has endured and keeps getting stronger,” says Oris’s Honorary Chairman, Dr Rolf Portmann, who shares his experiences of the Big Crown. “It’s become an Oris signature and a symbol of how strong the company’s heritage and brand are.”

To mark the 80th anniversary of this landmark watch, Oris has created the Big Crown Pointer Date 80th Anniversary Edition, a special piece with a 40mm case, fluted bezel and oversized crown cast in bronze, and a striking green dial.

Oris has chosen bronze for the case material in part because of its current popularity, but also because it’s a utilitarian material that tells the story of Oris’s industrial approach to watchmaking. Bronze patinates naturally as it oxidizes, so that each watch will take on a unique finish over time. The deep green of the dial also has a natural feel, complementing the bronze case. The combination of materials and colors is symbolic of the watch’s design heritage, Oris’s rich mechanical watchmaking history, and the company’s natural location in Switzerland’s beautiful Waldenburg Valley.

The original Oris Big Crown Pointer Date was a landmark watch. In the 80 years since its launch, it has played a pivotal role in Oris’s remarkable story. No watch tells the historic tale of independent Swiss watchmaker Oris quite like the iconic Big Crown Pointer Date. It’s a potent symbol of Oris’s philosophy, and some say that without it Oris might not enjoy its current status as a leader in Swiss Made mechanical watches. Since Oris was founded in 1904, its philosophy has always been to create watches that make sense, that serve a real purpose and that can be industrially produced to the highest standards and sold at reasonable prices. Introduced in 1938, the Big Crown Pointer Date fulfilled that timeless brief. In the years since, it has remained in constant production, surviving wars, the advent of quartz and countless passing fashions to become Oris’s signature design.

Back in the 1930s, Oris was a fast-growing company, with seven production sites in and around the picturesque Swiss village of Hölstein, where the company is still based today. The Big Crown Pointer Date was a milestone watch for the company, introducing the pointer date function into the collection and offering pilots a genuinely useful tool. Production of the Big Crown Pointer Date continued into the 1960s, when Oris swelled to become one of the world’s 10 largest watch brands, employing 800 people and producing 1.2 million watches and clocks a year.

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FLAGSHIP MODEL

In November 2018, Parmigiani Fleurier revisited the aesthetics of their flagship model – the Toric Chronomètre, a contemporary reworking of the first watch designed by the brand – introducing an eye-catching dial decorated to evoke the spiral pattern of a pine cone.

The decoration is captivating because it is based on the Golden Ratio. Within it, you see Fibonacci’s spirals, reproducing a harmony that is everywhere in nature i.e. the hand-guilloché dial of the new Toric Chronomètre. Its concentric pattern evokes the arrangement of the scales on a pine cone – one of the innumerable examples of the Golden Ratio seen in the natural world.

450 1Hand guilloché is an artisanal technique, of which few manufactures have such a fine mastery, in which the material is engraved to produce a repeating decorative pattern. At 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock respectively, the elliptical Parmigiani Fleurier logo and the word “Chronomètre” used by COSC (Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute) stand out from the dial’s decoration.

The javelin-shaped hands are semi-open worked, making them even more discreet to complement the subtle minute track around the circumference and the finely proportioned Arabic numerals.

The Toric’s aesthetic impact and unique character come from its bezel, which features a hand-knurled design. Since the Toric was created in 1997, each piece has passed through the expert hands of the same craftsman in Le Noirmont (Jura), who has produced every one of the Toric bezels. Knurling is a rare and distinctive art; it consists of manipulating the material with a wheel that leaves the imprint of its notches in the metal. This work requires the craftsman to be both delicate and firm. Before starting, he must remain composed, as even a single imperfection will mean starting again from the beginning. Each knurling design is unique, just like each Toric.

The red gold case houses the COSC-certified PF441 proprietary caliber, which measures the passage of time in its most elemental form: hours, minutes, seconds and date. All of the components have been meticulously decorated to Haute Horlogerie standards.

The watch features a PF441-COSC self-winding movement with a power reserve of 55 hours. The watch diameter measures 40.8 mm and is made of 18 carat red gold with a polished finish and the dial is slate colored with the indices featuring rose gold appliques. The watch hands are javelin-shaped with luminescent coating and the watch is fitted with a tan colored alligator leather strap made by the brand Hermès. The watch is water resistant to 30 meters.

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ROARING ENCOUNTER

Every day is a competition day for, filled with challenges to be taken on and ambitious goals to be reached. Like Roger Dubuis Lamborghini Squadra Corse, the Maison is firmly committed to cutting-edge performance, ferocious groundbreaking technology and super sleek aesthetics, all fueled by a high-impact R&D vision and focused on delivering bold customer experiences. This set of common denominators put them on a fast track to a roaring encounter where sparks were bound to fly.

excaliburhuracagravenperformante18-945248For individuals committed to pushing their own limits and defying all known rules, Lamborghini’s Squadra Corse motorsport department and Manufacture Roger Dubuis have opted to pool their knowledge and expertise. When visionary engineers meet with incredible watchmakers, the inevitable surge of adrenaline results in models “Powered by raging mechanics”, of which the first was unleashed on September 20th 2017. One year into these high-octane joint endeavors, the Italian aesthetic flair continues to merge with Swiss precision and mechanical instruments.

In 2018, inspired by Lamborghini Squadra Corse and its unique automobile aesthetic showcased in the Huracán Performante, the watchmakers of the Manufacture have developed a timepiece brimming with racing design codes. One of the most striking features of the aggressive Excalibur Huracán Performante timepiece is its brand-new ‘engine’: the RD630 movement with its 12° inclined balance wheel representing the caliber signature associated with Lamborghini. Taking strong visual cues from the shapes on which the supercar is based, this timepiece notably gives pride of place to the hexagon.

A versatile geometrical figure used to construct the volume of the supercar; it appears throughout the timepiece in various guises and is notably reproduced to symbolize strut bars. The stand-out half hexagon appearing on the louvered air intakes of the Lamborghini Huracán Performante are repeated as miniature versions visible through the openwork dial of the Excalibur Huracán Performante timepiece.

Other special decoration includes a new crown inspired by racing nuts on supercar wheels, a twin-barrel ‘energy tank’ and a multi-material ‘spoiler’, used for the decorative open worked bridges. Viewed from the back, even the complete circular weight of the automatic movement emulates the design of the wheel rims of Lamborghini’s Huracán family.

Offering the same blend of performance, lightness and security as its namesake supercar, the Excalibur Huracán Performante timepiece sports distinctive “Technical Titan Grey” livery complete with signature bright yellow accents. The lining of the genuine Alcantara strap of the Excalibur Huracán Performante watch crosses the finish line with a rubber inlay featuring the Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tyre pattern design. Because there is nothing as powerful as real-life experiences, the 88 privileged owners of this stunning timepiece can also look forward to life in the fast lane with a ride as privileged spectators from the inside of the Super Trofeo. Sit tight for December and all that comes thereafter!

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Snow setting Golden Bridge

SNOW SETTING GOLDEN BRIDGE

The brand launches four editions of its famous Golden Bridge, decorated entirely with snow-set diamonds Christmas is in the air: just in time for the festive season, Corum is releasing two new versions of its Golden Bridge with a new snow setting. Made exclusively of diamonds, the snow setting involves arranging a random number of diamonds of all sizes in such a way that together; they cover up the entirety of the metal. It is a high-level jewellery practice for two reasons.

Firstly, the meticulous choice of the placement of each diamond. Though each one is different, they must still be as close to one another as possible, interlocking to the micron so the edges are almost touching. There is thus no consistency in this task, one which breaks away from the mechanics of brilliant and baguette cuts where all the diamonds are interchangeable.

B113_03853_MDB113_03854_MDIn a snow setting, it is the setter’s own experience and daring which are at play. Each diamond is individually chosen and placed. The final composition is similar to a fresco or an expressionist painting, featuring many diamonds set individually and creating, together, the coherent image of a whole.

Next, there is the setting itself. As each diamond has a unique size, so too must each claw used for setting. It is a task requiring extreme precision which prevents the setting from being standardized, as each claw is individually worked to set its diamond and it alone.

“Ultimately, each snow-set Golden Bridge is completely unique,” explains Jérôme Biard, CEO of Corum. “They are at once true Fine Watchmaking and Fine Jewellery pieces, and we will never make two which are identical. This covering reflects Corum’s philosophy of thinking outside the box, of breaking with convention, to offer our collectors a caliber that is completely unique, our baguette movement, and a highly exclusive setting that had almost never been used in Corum’s history.”

Two models will be available in the snow setting: the Golden Bridge (with a 34 x 51 mm barrel-shaped case) and the Miss Golden Bridge (21 x 43 mm). Each case is fully set, including the crown, giving a unique glimmer to the baguette movement which stretches up and down the case and is entirely visible through the anti-reflective double sapphire crystal. Each piece will be released in white gold and pink gold, meaning there are four models in total, for a total of 314 diamonds for the Golden Bridge and 245 diamonds for the Miss Golden Bridge, representing 2.68ct and 1.28ct respectively.

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FIFTY FATHOMS

Blancpain re-interprets one of its vintage pieces from the 1950s, the Fifty

Fathoms with a water-tightness indicator. The history of the Fifty Fathoms brings together two lineages. First is that of Jean-Jacques Fiechter a passionate diver who was Blancpain’s CEO for three decades, 1950-1980. The second is that of Captain Robert “Bob” Maloubier and Lieutenant Claude Riffaud, founders of the French Navy’s combat swimmers corps and who were searching for a reliable watch for their underwater missions.

1080In the early 1950s, Jean-Jacques Fiechter was a sport diving pioneer. Based on his personal underwater experiences, he came to understand that a diver’s life depended upon a reliable timekeeping instrument and he saw that none existed in the marketplace. As head of Blancpain, he tasked his watchmaking team with addressing the challenges of measuring time in the underwater environment. The first criteria was obvious: water resistance. To solve the problem, he set about conceiving a double sealed crown system. Without a screw holding down the crown, this served to protect the watch from water penetration in the event that the crown were accidently to be pulled during a dive. The presence of the second interior seal worked to guarantee the timepiece’s water tightness. Jean-Jacques Fiechter registered a patent for this invention. A second patent was awarded for the sealing system for the caseback. This had indeed been a recurring problem with other pre-existing systems because of the way in which the “O” ring, used to seal the caseback, might become twisted when the back was screwed into the case. In order to eliminate this risk, Fiechter invented a channel into which the “O” ring would be inserted and held in position by an additional metallic disk.

He then addressed another problem: a secured rotating bezel that could be used to measure the time of a dive. His idea was to rotate the bezel so as to place its zero index opposite the minutes hand. In this way, the diver could read the passage of time while underwater using the minutes hand to read markings on the bezel. Here too, security was front and center in Fiechter’s thinking. Any accidental movement of the bezel could induce a timing error with dramatic consequences. Fiechter therefore perfected a blocking mechanism which would prevent accidental rotation of the bezel. For this he received another patent. Later, Blancpain introduced a uni-directional rotating bezel, a world-first feature which also ensured safety during a dive.

Readability was also recognized a vital factor, in particular during dives in cloudy water. So Jean-Jacques Fiechter came up with the idea of endowing the Fifty Fathoms with large diameter and giving it the bold contrast of white luminescent indexes and hands set against a black background. Automatic winding of the movement was also seen as essential in this construction, as it would reduce the wear of the crown against its seals in comparison to manual

winding.

In parallel, beginning in 1952, Bob Maloubier and Claude Riffaud began their quest to find a watch suited for their aquatic missions. The two officers envisaged finding a watch that would become an indispensable piece of equipment for their divers. Working together, they assembled a list of specific criteria for an instrument that would meet their requirements. The first tests which they conducted with with water-resistant French watches were disastrous. These watches were far too small, the dials were hard to read, and the cases were far from water proof. The paths of these two sets of visionaries finally crossed. In 1953, Blancpain was able to deliver to the French team a watch for testing that fully met their criteria. The watch performed brilliantly in all of the tests and it became one of the essential pieces of equipment for the French combat swimmers corps. Later, the same occurred for naval forces around the world. It was a unique timepiece: the Fifty Fathoms.

Jean-Jacques Fiechter continued with his pre-occupation for diver safety and soon incorporated an additional feature for his watches: a circular water-tightness indicator. If, by chance, liquid were to leak into the watch case, a disk at 6 o’clock would signal the problem by changing its color from white to red. This water-tightness indicator was present on the dial of the Fifty Fathoms model called the MIL-SPEC 1, which was introduced in 1957-58 to meet the strict requirements of the military. Beginning in 1958, the American Navy tested a variety of different watches with the goal of drawing up specifications for a timepiece to be used in their underwater missions. Following those tests, the Fifty Fathoms became the standard-issue watch on the wrists of American combat swimmers, as well as the reference point for future production to take place in the US. Meanwhile, Blancpain obtained contracts to equip members of the elite UDT and the Navy Seals with MIL-SPEC 1 watches. Later on, in the early 1960s, those evolved into the MIL-SPEC 2 and, using the name “Tornek-Rayville”, the TR-900. The water-tightness indicator became a requirement of the American Navy, and was incorporated in all these models.

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Feminine classic

FEMININE CLASSIC

NHL superstar, three-time Stanley Cup winner and two-time world champion, not to mention best Pittsburgh Penguins forward, Evgeniy Malkin, and his wife, famous TV-presenter, Anna Kasterova, joined the prestigious club of Friends of the Brand of Parmigiani Fleurier. Evgeniy and Anna were invited to visit the watch manufacture in Fleurier, where they were able to witness the process of watchmaking with high standards of finishing for watch calibers, cases and dials.

For themselves they chose models from the 2018 flagship collection – Kalpa. #71 of Penguins, Geno, preferred a watch in rose gold with a blue dial, Kalpagraphe Chronometre with COSC certification. Anna chose a truly feminine classic of the brand – Kalparisma Nova in rose gold with the small second taking the form of rotating star on the dial.

evgeniy-and-anna-5_1After visiting the manufacture’s workshops, Evgeniy and Anna commented about their choice: “We got to know the process of production of Swiss watches at Parmigiani Fleurier. It was a surprise to find out how precise and unique timepieces can be. We are pleased to announce that together we accepted the proposal from this wonderful manufacture to become their friends of the brand.”

David Traxler, CEO of Parmigiani Fleurier, remarked: “Sports achievements are always a result of hard work and a strong character. It is a great honor for us that Evgeniy, an outstanding athlete, and Anna, a beautiful, talented TV star, became our friends of the brand. Parmigiani Fleurier is all about excellence, we’re proud to share these values with Anna and Evgeniy.”

Evgeniy Malkin is a Russian hockey player, Central forward of the NHL “Pittsburgh penguins” and the Russian national team. Three-time winner of the Stanley Cup (2009, 2016 and 2017) in the “Pittsburgh penguins”, two-time world champion (2012 and 2014), a participant in the three Olympic Games (2006, 2010, 2014). Honored master of sports of Russia (2012).

Taking its name from its founder, watchmaker and restorer Michel Parmigiani, the fine watchmaking brand was founded in 1996 in Fleurier, in the Swiss valley of Val-de-Travers. With its own watchmaking center ensuring its independence, the brand has both full control over the production process and unique creative freedom. For twenty years, the Parmigiani Fleurier signature has resided within timepieces that command the utmost respect, in harmony with watchmaking traditions. They are the labor of a lifetime – that of Michel Parmigiani, the talented individuals who assist him, and the special relationship between the Manufacture and the masterpieces of the past, enabling it to invent a bold future.

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Masters Edition Designs

MASTERS EDITION DESIGNS

Wainer is a new generation brand which reflects the enchanting harmony and innovation in every detail that reflects the “Swiss Made” quality.

Wainer will have all attention with the Masters Series by superior technical features.

 

Wainer blends Swiss made watch spirit and high technology with today’s trends. Wainer designs reflects watchmaking craftsmanship, high quality and functionality with new Masters Edition Collection.

Masters Edition Collection is combining innovative technologies and elegant style with pure approaching.

Wainer, the symbol of affordable elegance, once again repeats its perfectionism reflecting Swiss watchmaking craftsmanship on every single detail.

1080Wainer Masters Editon watches features:

  • Swiss automatic movement
  • High quality materials
  • All stainless steel case,
  • Anti-reflective sapphire glass and genuine leather straps with various colors.
  • Up to 100 mt water resistance.

WA.25725-A

Skeleton Edition

WA.25725 Technical specification

  • Case size: 45x54mm in 316L stainless steel
  • Movement: S10-WAINER025 edition/self-winding mechnical movement
  • Movement type: Round caliber, mechanical lever skeleton movement, self-winding
  • Jewels: 24
  • Case back: Screw back
  • Function: Automatic
  • Water Resistance: 5ATM
  • Dial: Skeletonized dial with applied indexes
  • Glass: Antireflective Sapphire Crystal
  • Strap: Geniune leather strap
  • Versions: offered 4 different color options

Skeleton Edition

WA.25725 Technical specification

  • Case size: 45x54mm in 316L stainless steel
  • Movement: S10-WAINER025 edition/self-winding mechnical movement
  • Movement type: Round caliber, mechanical lever skeleton movement, self-winding
  • Jewels: 24
  • Case back: Screw back
  • Function: Automatic
  • Water Resistance: 5ATM
  • Dial: Skeletonized dial with applied indexes
  • Glass: Antireflective Sapphire Crystal
  • Bracelet: Solid Stainless steel
  • Versions: offered 4 different color options

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