Another week down, another round up of all the latest watch related news and stories in our regular series, the Wind Up. In this week’s edition, we’ll be featuring new watches from the likes of Tudor, Blancpain and TAG Heuer. Enjoy gents!
Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic Blue
Hublot has unveiled its latest variation of the Big Bang in the shape of the new Big Bang Integral Ceramic Blue. Clad in blue ceramic, the Big Bang Integral Ceramic Blue features a matching blue ceramic bracelet, a satin-finished and polished blue ceramic bezel and a matte blue openworked dial. This is an especially striking timepiece that fits the bill as being as polarising as it is interesting. Big fan.
Tudor Pelagos FXD
New from Tudor and in collaboration with a specialist unit of the French Navy named Commando Hubert is the Pelagos FXD. Designed for underwater navigation, the Pelagos FXD continues the longstanding partnership that Tudor has had with the French Navy since 1956. The new Pelagos FXD features a titanium case, robust fixed strap bars as well as that vivid blue on the dial and bezel that the Pelagos is known for. Fantastic stuff.
Blancpain Air Command Flyback Chronograph Titanium
Another titanium release, this time from Blancpain in the form of the new Air Command Flyback Chronograph Titanium. Featuring a beautiful blue colour palette offset by that distinctive gleam of titanium, the new Air Command Flyback Chronograph Titanium has a lovely robustness about it. Functional and durable, the Blancpain Air Command Flyback Chronograph Titanium does well to tick the boxes of a watch more than capable of being worn in a variety of different environments.
TAG Heuer Formula 1 Senna Special Edition
New from TAG Heuer is the maison’s latest piece honouring the great Ayrton Senna who, thirty years ago, became the youngest Formula 1 driver to win three world championships. The Formula 1 Senna Special Edition characteristically pays tribute to the legend of Ayrton Senna, including an embossed black leather bracelet with a unique S-shaped design, a distinct yellow and black colour scheme as well as the iconic double S signature on the dial. A fitting tribute for an absolute legend of motor racing.
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