There are just 1,300 of these Limited Edition pieces available worldwide.
The design shape is inspired by Seiko’s 1965 Diver’s watch – Japan’s first ever Japanese 150m Diving watch, worn by members of the Japanese Antarctic Expedition from 1966 until 1969.
This watch combines the past and future – taking Seiko’s important heritage of diver’s watches with inspiration from underwater archaeology; whilst focusing on preserving cultural history for future generations, as part of the ‘Save the Ocean’ initiative.
This watch is powered by the in-house Automatic 8L35 calibre movement, designed specifically for diver’s watches with its accuracy and durability, manufactured and hand-finished in the Seiko Watch Corporation’s Shizukuishi Watch Studio.
Inspired by the ancient ‘Astrolabe’ – an instrument once used to show the positions of the sun and stars to measure latitude and time – the striking underwater blue cross-line design with lumibrite indices on the dial are complemented by the Zaratsu-polished rotating bezel, curved sapphire glass and a deep blue silicone strap.
Each watch is sold with a limited edition special box.
Prospex is a combination of the words ‘Professional’ and ‘Specifications’. These timepieces are designed to be practical, reliable and durable within extreme or everyday environments, for experts, sports lovers and adventure seekers alike.
Since launching Japan’s first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko’s innovative watchmaking has changed global dive watch standards.
The Montblanc 1858 product line is inspired by the legendary professional Minerva watches from the 1920s and 1930s which were conceived for military use and exploration. Reinterpreting these legendary timepieces, the Montblanc 1858 product line expresses the spirit of mountain exploration, embodying the modern trend of returning to nature. The 1858 Chronograph Limited Edition 1858 comes in a 42 mm full bronze case with khaki-green dial, providing an ideal backdrop for the bi-compax counters. The case back is also engraved with the emblematic Mont Blanc mountain, a compass and two crossed ice pick-axes, as a nod to the spirit of mountain exploration. For legibility and design, the khaki-green dial contrasts with historical luminescent cathedral-shaped hands with a “cloisonné” design that have been slightly domed for one of the finest finishes. Other details include beige SuperLumiNova*-coated Arabic numerals, a railway minutes track and the original Montblanc logo from the 1930s era with its historical font and emblem of the Mont Blanc mountain. Providing a contemporary look, the timepiece is equipped with a high-quality woven khaki-green “NATO” strap matching the dial's colour.
A star in the Longines galaxy
A silvery moon on a spring night; a star that glistens reaches its peak and then disappears. A symbol of passing time, living time and the moon that entrances us with its rounded, delicate lines the Longines PrimaLuna is a tribute to this silvery star. Its soft silhouette is enhanced by the exquisite purity of the dial and the whole is illuminated by a play of sparkling diamonds. Graceful, magical, this is a model that will seduce women who appreciate contemporary, sophisticated elegance.
At Rado, we made our name producing square high-tech ceramic watches. The True Square is a new take on an iconic Rado shape. Our first watch made using a square injected monobloc high-tech ceramic case, the True Square is light, scratch-resistant and comfortable to wear. Distinctive and design-led the Rado True Square Automatic Open Heart is the shape of things to come.
The luxurious and elegant Baroncelli Lady Necklace is resplendent with a ring diamonds framing its gentle mother-of-pearl face. Mido has chosen to fit this rounded and refined automatic Swiss watch with the Calibre 80, which is renowned for its remarkable power reserve of up to 80 hours. Every hour becomes a precious treasure.
Featuring unique precision cut-outs on its extra-large dial, the Ventura XXL Skeleton Automatic demonstrates the power of rare and extraordinary design.