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5 watches that are turning heads in 2021

5 watches that are turning heads in 2021

Vintage iterations, watches that are a tribute to the world’s largest automobiles, durable watches, dashboards, enamel watches, and hand-painted watches are among the big launches of 2021.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watches are in 38mm and 41mm sizes. The blue ceramic numbers are laser engraved with a pattern inspired by the emblem of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Omega: Seamaster Aqua Terra Tokyo 2020

Omega, the Olympic timekeeper since 1932, has created two watches dedicated to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The new Seamaster Aqua Terra watches come in 38mm and 41mm sizes, and are clad in gorgeous yellow gold. The watches have laser-polished polished blue ceramic numbers with a pattern inspired by the emblem of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The watches are run by a caliber of the Main Axial Stopwatch

Speake-Martin watch: The Chronograph Collection in London

The iconic movements of the London Chronograph Collection are re-edited every year. The new limited edition is a tribute to the Valjoux 72 Caliber, one of the world’s best hand-held chronographs due to the column wheel and its three counters, which first appeared in 1938.

The popular chronograph movement is used by major motion manufacturers like Rolex (in its Rolex Daytona which last sold for $ 1 million at an auction) and Tag Heuer.

The sophisticated 17-jeweled Valjoux 88 includes a column chronograph with wheels, quick calendar corrections, and three counters, date, day, month, moon phases.

The London Chronograph has a 42 mm Piccadilly bronze box with a three-dimensional dial and three white floating counters showing a 30-minute counter at 3 a.m., 60-second real-time counters at 9 a.m., and a 12-hour countertop at clock 6. There are two versions of the call available - in blue and gray - both with enough color gradients to provide depth in the number.

The orange color of the chronograph is a tribute to the counters of the races, while the golden color is used for the function of hours/minutes/seconds. The wheel in the center of the number is shaped like the Speake-Marin symbol and rotates clockwise. The central rotor is engraved with the words London and Chronograph appearing at 12 o'clock.

Cartier: Santos de Santos de CartierCartier

Cartier’s Santos de Cartier is covered in 18K yellow gold and embedded with brilliantly cut diamonds. The watch is Maison's first wristwatch, at a time when his pocket watch was still there. Made by Louis Cartier and each decade, Santos de Cartier has been invented to reflect time. The watch strap is set with 206 brilliantly cut diamonds. The watch features a QuickSwitch interchangeable steel bracelet and beef leather strap.

Breitling: Premier Heritage Collection

The Premier Heritage collection pays tribute to three generations of Breitling pioneers. The founder of the Breitling company in 1884, Léon Breitling patented a simple timer/tachymeter that could measure any speed between 15 and 150 km / h; his son, Gaston, who created one of the first hand-painted chronographs with an independent impeller at 2 o'clock; and Leon's nephew, Willy, who patented the second independent chronograph impeller at 4 p.m.

The latest generation of Premiers involves 6 watches divided into three specific categories: The Chronograph, The Duograph, and The Datora. All have Arabic numerals, semi-gloss alligator straps with tone-to-tone stitching, and vintage-inspired hands. Every hour is water-resistant up to 100 meters.

Breitling Premier Heritage Collection, Prime Chronograph 40 mm The Heritage is hand-wound, just like its 1940s predecessors. Powered by Breitling Manufacture Caliber B09 and comes in two variations: with a trendy green pistachio wrapper wrapped in stainless steel or a magnificent 18K red gold plated silver dial.

Jaeger-LeCoultre: Reverso Tribute Smalt

Jaeger-LeCoultre has launched the beautiful Reverso Tribute Enamel watches, a combination of Japanese art and European craftsmanship. The opposite side of the occasion celebrates Oriental art with a miniature enamel painting that reproduces a blocked wooden print of the Kirifuri Waterfall made by Katsushika Hokusai in the early 1830s. The watch number is decorated with a corrugated, executed guilloché pattern. by hand, which echoes the effect of water movement. 

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