- Patek Philippe Complications 5131/1P-001
- The legendary Patek Philippe World Time ref. 5131 is now also available in platinum
- Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller
- The Sea-Dweller is revisited for its 50th anniversary in a bolder 43 mm case.
- Patek Philippe Grand Complications
- Patek Philippe Grand Complications Minute Repeater mechanical manually wound movement watch.
- Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona
- Rolex is introducing a new version of its Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona in 904L steel, with a monoblock Cerachrom bezel, developed and patented by Rolex.
- Patek Philippe World Time watch Ref. 5230
- A grand tradition totally up to date
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