Welcome to the next edition of our regular series, the Wind Up. In this week’s instalment, we’ll be covering new watches from TAG Heuer, Bremont, Hublot and Ulysse Nardin. Enjoy gents!
Ulysse Nardin Blast Moonstruck
New from Ulysse Nardin is the maison’s latest astronomical timepiece, aptly named the Blast Moonstruck. An encapsulation of high horology, the Ulysse Nardin Blast Moonstruck draws inspiration from the trilogy of astronomical watches created almost four decades ago by the master watchmaker, Ludwig Oechslin. Poetic haute horlogerie.
Bremont S300 RFU
Bremont celebrates the up and coming 2022 Guinness Six Nations Championship with the brand new S300 RFU. Featuring England’s iconic rose engraved into the closed caseback, the Bremont S300 RFU also features the same rose on the clean white dial, which compliments the white, blue and red colour palette, inspired by the England team kit and the Cross of St. George.
Hublot x The Hour Glass Collaboration
Hublot has partnered with The Hour Glass to create the special limited edition Big Bang Unico King Gold Ceramic to renew their support to Fight Cancer Foundation just in time for the 28th edition of the Red Ball Melbourne. Inspired by the charity’s colours, the new Big Bang Unico King Gold Ceramic’s sale proceeds will go to benefiting the treatment and support for cancer patients and their families, as well as funding vital research into cancer treatment and cures.
TAG Heuer x Red Bull Racing
TAG Heuer celebrates its partnership with Red Bull Racing with the brand new Formula 1 Red Bull Racing Special Edition. Working closely with the Red Bull Racing team, TAG Heuer has implemented many of the racing team’s iconic aesthetic designs, including bold colours of dark blues, striking reds and vibrant yellows. The Arabic numeral indices are inspired by the car’s speedometers, along with the starting line of a Formula 1 track sitting between the 5th and 7th hour numerals.
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