Welcome to the next instalment of the Wind Up, our weekly series where we feature all of the latest watch releases and news of the past week. In this week’s edition, we’ll be covering new watches from Girard-Perregaux, H. Moser & Cie, Seiko and Roger Dubuis. Enjoy gents
Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges Ruby Heart
New from Girard-Perregaux is the Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges Ruby Heart. Featuring a ruby dial, a pink gold case and the watchmaker’s iconic Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges design, the new Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges Ruby Heart is a testament to the maison’s ingenuity, creativity and haute horlogerie prowess.
New H. Moser & Cie Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Models
H. Moser & Cie has unveiled two new Funky Blue fumé dial Endeavour Perpetual Calendar models. Both models are virtually identical, except for one key difference. On the Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Tutorial reference, H. Moser & Cie has taken it upon themselves to give a literal tutorial on the use of their perpetual calendar by way of providing a description of each function on the fumé dial. It’s an interesting notion that really captures H. Moser & Cie’s naturally playful and fun-loving side. But let’s not forget that this is a seriously serious bit of kit.
Worn & Wound x Seiko
Worn & Wound celebrates 10 years with this super cool limited edition Seiko 5 model. It features a dial with a grey metallic centre with a sunburst finish surrounded by an off-white outer ring with a waffle finish, all encased in that iconic and super durable Seiko 5 steel case construct. It also features an English/Kanji date wheel, and a bidirectional rotor celebrating a decade of existence for Worn & Wound. Congratulations team!
Roger Dubuis Knights of the Round Table
New from Roger Dubuis is the latest variation of the Knights of the Round Table. This modern, eclectic and incredible reference continues on the thematic look of the original Roger Dubuis Knights of the Round Table. It’s thematic, full of drama, complex and utterly captivating. Certainly not a piece for everyone, but it’s a piece that surprises at every turn.
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