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MVS WATCH WORLD ISSUE #4

January


IWC Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month

The formidable IWC Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom" watches released for the latest Warner Bros movie. These imposing timepieces boast Ceratanium cases measuring 49mm in diameter and 19.4mm in thickness. Powered by the 89802 Calibre with a substantial 68-hour power reserve, they feature a range of impressive functions, including a flyback function, mechanical external/internal rotating bezel with SafeDive system, perpetual calendar with large double-digit displays, and a limited edition of only 25 pieces each. With a sapphire glass, a quick-change system for the bracelet, and a commanding presence, these watches redefine luxury at £51,600. Read more about these limited models here and here.

Movie media shots of the IWC Aquatimer "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom"

Bremont Waterman Apex II

Embark on an aquatic adventure with Bremont's latest release, the Waterman Apex II, a thrilling collaboration with the legendary waterman, Laird Hamilton. Limited to just 350 pieces, this watch is more than a timepiece; it's a celebration of Hamilton's extraordinary contributions to board sports and has been tested by the man himself. The matte black dial serves as a canvas for a captivating shark fin motif, set against a Harbour Blue dial flange and a matching integrated rubber strap. Accents of vibrant orange, strategically placed Super-LumiNova® filled indexes, and the distinctive 'Waterman' wordmark infuse the watch with energy and style. Under the hood, the watch is powered by the Modified Calibre 11 1/2’’’ BE-932AV, ensuring precision and reliability on every adventure and a robust 50-hour power reserve. These are hand built to order and you can discover more at the Bremont website.

Media shots of the Bremont Waterman Apex II Watch and Laird Hamilton surfing

Girard-Perregaux Neo Constant Escapement

Welcome to the innovative world of Girard-Perregaux with the Neo Constant Escapement, a horological marvel boasting 13 patents. At its heart lies a revolutionary escapement, where a buckling silicium blade ensures a linear supply of force to the balance, irrespective of the energy in the twin barrels. This unique design, born of Girard-Perregaux's inventive spirit, results in superior chronometric performance. The silicium escapement spring, with its ultra-fine buckling blade, is crafted with precision using photolithography, showcasing the brand's commitment to pushing the boundaries of watchmaking technology. Discover the extraordinary within the Calibre GP09200. A captivating echo of the watch's mechanical heart. More details on this critically acclaimed release visit Gerard Perregaux.

Media shots of Girard-Perregaux Neo Constant Escapement front and back

Atelier Wen Perception x Wristcheck and Seconde/Seconde

Atelier Wen are renowned for their beautiful guilloché dials which are hand-machined by Master Cheng, the only craftsman capable of producing such stunning pieces in all of China. Seconde/Seconde, otherwise known as Romaric André, took 36 previously discarded dials each with a unique slit in them, and restitched them with 24ct gold crosses. This watch is powered by the Chinese Dandong SL 1588 movement that has been customised specially for this project and the custom rhodium plated rotor is engraved with the names of the collaborating brands. All 36 pieces are sold out but more details can be explored here and here.

Media shots of Atelier Wen x Wristcheck and Seconde/Seconde

Timepiece of the Month

OMEGA Speedmaster "First Omega In Space" Numbered Edition


Embrace the legacy of space exploration with the Omega Speedmaster "First Omega in Space" watch. Its striking varnished black dial is adorned with small seconds, a 30-minute recorder, and a 12-hour recorder, all protected by scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Housed in a 39.7 mm stainless steel case with a black bezel featuring a tachymetric scale, this timepiece exudes sophistication. The brown leather strap adds a touch of elegance, while the screw-down case back reveals an embossed Hippocampus, symbolizing Neptune, and commemorates the historic mission date of October 3, 1962. Numbered for exclusivity, the watch is powered by the manually wound Omega Caliber 1861, a direct descendant of the original moon watch's Caliber 361, ensuring a continuation of the iconic legacy.

 

Available Now


Introducing the OMEGA Speedmaster "First Omega in Space" 311.32.40.30.01.001 that pays homage to astronaut Wally Shirra's historic mission in 1962 during the "Sigma 7" orbit. This numbered edition captures the essence of that iconic timepiece and comes with the complete box set. Explore below for more details or to purchase:



Box set of OMEGA "First OMEGA in Space"

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