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Panerai Submersible Elux LAB-ID Concept Watch

Panerai has unveiled a revolutionary addition to their lineup: the Submersible Elux LAB-ID PAM01800. This remarkable timepiece is the culmination of eight years of rigorous research and development at their Manufacture in Neuchâtel. As a concept watch, it serves as a showcase for Panerai's cutting-edge innovations, evidenced by four dedicated patent applications. At the heart of the Elux LAB-ID lies its exceptional luminescence and visibility, designed to perform in every light condition. This is achieved through the innovative Power Light function, which can be activated on demand for a total duration of 30 minutes. By simply opening the patented pusher-protector system and pressing the dedicated pusher located at the 8 o’clock position, the watch illuminates its 12 indexes, patented hands, and the dot on the unidirectional rotating bezel. The linear power reserve indicator at the 6 o’clock position on the dial provides a visual display of the remaining energy available for lighting the watch. "Elux," short for ‘elettroluminescenza’ (electroluminescence), is a nod to a technology historically patented by Panerai on June 15, 1966. Originally, Elux referred to retro-illuminated panels with electroluminescence technology, developed to enhance the luminescence of naval instruments used by the Italian Navy. With a limited production run of only 150 pieces, the Submersible Elux LAB-ID PAM01800 is truly unique. To explore more about this extraordinary watch, visit Panerai.

Panerai Submersible ELUX media shot with labelled descriptions

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe Quantième Complet Phases de Lune

Blancpain has recently unveiled the Bathyscaphe Quantième Complet Phases de Lune, a model that seamlessly blends sporty assertiveness with supreme elegance. This new iteration is distinguished by its innovative black ceramic case and a matching, intricately designed and patented ceramic bracelet. The Bathyscaphe line is taken to new heights with this incorporation of cutting-edge ceramic technology, making it both versatile and sophisticated. Ceramic is not only durable and highly scratch-resistant but also hypoallergenic, providing excellent wearability. It is nearly five times harder than stainless steel while being 25% lighter, offering an impressive balance of strength and comfort. The watch features a vibrant sunray-brushed blue dial, providing a striking contrast to the black ceramic case. This elegant blue dial showcases a complete calendar and moon phase display, adding both functionality and aesthetic appeal. The 43.6mm case is engineered to be water-resistant up to 300 meters, making it suitable for a variety of activities, including diving. Additionally, the watch boasts a power reserve of 72 hours, ensuring reliable performance over extended periods. Discover the complete collection at Blancpain.

Media photo of the new Blancpain Bathyscaphe Watch

Hautlence Retrovision '47 Limited Edition Watch

The surprising answer to what Hautlence watches might have looked like before TVs existed is captured in their Retrovision '47 model. This timepiece is essentially a radio converted into a wristwatch, handcrafted to mimic the appearance of a 1940s Bakelite broadcast receiver. The Retrovision '47 takes design cues from the 1940s General Television & Radio Corp. Model 5A5, featuring a hand-painted case in a marbled green finish. On the front, the watch displays two primary elements: a small rectangular time display dial on the right and a polished grade 23 titanium speaker grill on the left. The dial is plated in gold and finished with vertical brushing, accented by black Super-LumiNova numerals and Hautlence’s signature Möbius pattern. The bright red hands are a nod to the vintage radio’s dial, while the tourbillon, visible under the speaker grill, is surrounded by gray Super-LumiNova radio waves that glow green, matching the hour markers. The Retrovision '47 is powered by the D20 in-house automatic double hairspring flying tourbillon movement, offering a power reserve of 72 hours. The movement beats at a frequency of 3Hz and consists of 176 components. This unique and eye-catching timepiece is limited to just 10 pieces worldwide, priced exclusively at CHF 60,000. Find out more in the video below and at Hautlence.

Longines Pilot Majetek Pioneer Edition Watch

The Longines Pilot Majetek collection has recently welcomed a new member: the "Pioneer Edition" in Grade 5 titanium, limited to 1,935 pieces. This edition draws inspiration from the original Majetek aviator’s watch, which was supplied to the Czechoslovakian air force in the 1930s. The watch gets its nickname from the engraving on the back of the military-issue originals: “Majetek Vojenské Správy,” which translates to “Property of the Military.”

The "Pioneer Edition" maintains the design, dimensions, and movement of its stainless steel counterpart. It is powered by the exclusive Longines calibre L893.6, a movement known for its precision and innovative features. This calibre is equipped with a silicon balance-spring, offering enhanced resistance to magnetism and contributing to the watch's remarkable accuracy. With a power reserve of up to 72 hours, the movement ensures long-lasting performance. Additionally, the entire watch is chronometer-certified by the COSC, underscoring its high level of accuracy and reliability. The watch comes with a black technical fabric strap that complements its robust design. The package is completed with a special Heritage box in the same colour and more details can be found at Longines.

Media shot of the Longines Majetek Watch with the lume visible on the dial

Timepiece of the Month

TAG Heuer Monaco Titanium Chronograph "Dark Lord" Watch

Encased in a 39mm black DLC titanium case, the TAG Heuer Monaco Dark Lord exudes sophistication and strength, powered by the indomitable manufacture Calibre Heuer 02 with an impressive 80-hour power reserve for reliable accuracy. The black circular brushed dial serves as a bold canvas, accentuated by 5N rose gold-plated hands and indexes filled with white Super-Luminova®, ensuring optimal visibility even in low light. The clear caseback reveals the intricate automatic movement, with an oscillating weight finished in daring 5N rose gold plating to complement the dial. Water-resistant to 100 meters, this elegant and practical watch comes with a black alligator strap featuring a black DLC titanium folding clasp with double safety push buttons for a secure and comfortable fit.


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MVS Watches presents this striking timepiece from TAG Heuer that pays tribute to the legendary all-black Monaco of the 1970s. Enjoy the convenience of free UK shipping when you make your purchase online and the option of finance. Explore below for more details:

TAG Heuer Monaco Dark Lord on black cushion against the red and checkered flag box


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