Limited Edition Titanium HYT H1 Alinghi

The innovative Swiss watchmaker HYT is back in our attention with a new limited edition timekeeping marvel, designed once again in collaboration with the Alinghi Yacht Racing Team. The third HYT H1 Alinghi honors the iconic Swiss Sailing Team founded by Ernesto Bertarelli, while bosting the same color choices and the same water resistance and sportiness as the previous two concepts. The lightweight, ultra-strong titanium 48.8 mm case also benefits from forged carbon, complemented by brushed, micro-blasted and satin finishes. But it’s that dark black and grey color theme that give this new limited edition watch a stealth look, with a technical yet elegant style. The discreet red touches for the minute hands and power reserve indicator are meant to enhance legibility, while the Alinghi logo has quietly made its way onto the dial, making sure everyone knows what they are dealing with.

Bólido – New Swiss Selfwinding Mechanical Watch

Pierre Nobs the founder of Ventura watches, has teamed up with award winning designer Simon Husslein (designed watches for Nomos Glashutte, Braun, and Ventura) for the beautiful Bolido watch, a Swiss timepiece that features a number of unusual characteristics that allow a very attractive price. The minimalist watch features a one-piece stainless steel 43mm case with the face sitting slightly angled towards the wearer for better legibility. Other standout design features include a crown at 12 o’clock, plus an unusual strap integrated into the underside of the case and hidden inside the base. Water-resistant to 100m, the Bolido is available in several colors.

Incredible Luxury Collection of Watches by HYT

Let us show you the fascinating HYT H0 collection, a new incredible line of watches from HYT which proves once again that the Swiss brand is one of the world’s most avant-garde watchmakers. Easily recognizable for their innovative way of telling time, with liquid-filled tubes, these new watches come in three different versions, the H0 Silver, H0 Orange and H0 Black, each of them equally appealing and putting out a minimalist vibe. But in this case the crystal that wraps around the side of the watch will get anyone looking its way. The HYT H0 collection utilizes the same technology with a much cleaner aesthetic, adding an interesting twist to an already impressive and appreciated design language. As mentioned, the HYT H0 collection will come in 3 different flavors, with users benefitting from a titanium or black DLC-coated titanium 48.8 mm case. Skeletonized windows at 6 o’clock show off the reservoirs, while each piece will be fitted with an exclusive HYT Calibre beating at 28,800VpH with 35 jewels and Côtes de Genève-decorated bridges visible through the sapphire caseback. The domed sapphire crystal will prove to be an incredible treat for our eyes, while the chic rubber strap and 30 meters of water residence are also worth a mention. If you’re wondering about pricing info right now, you should know that these new HYT beauties will be priced at $39,000 USD, each. And it’s not a surprise since HYT is one of the most luxury brands for men.

Ochs und Junior Perpetual Calendar

The latest timepiece presented by Ochs und Junior is also the most complicated timepiece of the brand, a perpetual calendar model which makes the date easy to read from the same distance as the time. The Ochs und Junior Perpetual Calendar displays the date for every month including February. Using analog dots representing the year, month and date, the dial remains pretty clean, usually a challenge for perpetual calendar watches. Based on the self-winding Ulysse Nardin UN-118 calibre, beating at 4 Hz (28,800 vph) and offering a power reserve of 60 hours, Oechslin’s perpetual calendar comprises just 9 additional parts resulting in fewer interactions between parts and higher reliability. Functions can be set by simply using the crown, and the date is adjustable both forwards and backwards. The Ochs und Junior Perpetual Calendar comes in a 42 mm grade 5 titanium case with a patina dial, platinum PT950 hands, rhodium markers, and orange dots with an export price of Swiss Francs 20,240. Customisation is also possible.