Welcome to the next Wind Up, our weekly column where we feature all of the latest watch related news and releases. In this week’s edition, we’ll be featuring new watches from Bell & Ross, Ulysse Nardin, Panerai and TAG Heuer. Enjoy gents!
New Bell & Ross Models
Bell & Ross has unveiled two new models in the form of the BR 05 Skeleton Gold and the BR 05 Diamond. The BR 05 Skeleton Gold features a beautiful openworked dial encased entirely in 155 grams of rose gold strapped to either a rose gold bracelet or a subtle yet wearable rubber strap. The second piece being the BR 05 Diamond itself features a stainless steel case encrusted with diamonds with a matching diamond-encrusted steel bracelet.
Ulysee Nardin x Monaco Yacht Show
From Ulysse Nardin we have two brand new models to celebrate the Monaco Yacht Show, of which Ulysse Nardin has been the official sponsor for over ten years. The first model is the Diver Monaco Yacht Show, a delightful ocean-faring chronograph that really embodies the watchmaker’s esteemed aesthetic. And the second is the highly complex Marine Mega Yacht, whose look is inspired by the venerable mega yacht as captured by the propellor-designed tourbillon and bow-like dial.
TAG Heuer Connected Bright Black Edition
New from TAG Heuer is the Connected Bright Black Edition. Featuring a titanium case with a DLC coating, beautiful golden markings and ceramic bezel, the new Connected Bright Black Edition is a very special piece that harmoniously combines the lux world of watchmaking with the world of digital connectivity.
Panerai Submersible S BRABUS Black Ops Edition
And finally from Panerai we have the new Submersible S BRABUS Black Ops Edition, reference PAM01240. Joining forces with the esteemed German luxury engineering brand focused on high-performance vehicles, Panerai has introduced for the first time a timepiece with a skeletonised automatic calibre. Limited to only 100 pieces and the product of 3-years worth of development, the new Submersible S BRABUS Black Ops Edition is a fantastically innovative and adventurous timepiece from the watchmaker.
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