H. Moser & Cie Proves Green Is Still In With Pioneer Tourbillon Dedicated to ALS Research

The perfect companion for every adventure, the Pioneer is not just another sport watch. With a classy yet robust case, scratchproof sapphire crystal and water resistant to 12 ATM, it is the perfect all-rounder. So whether it’s for a dinner party, climbing Mount Everest, or diving with sharks, it will be right there by your side. And thanks to the Super-LumiNova® elements, you’ll never be left in the dark.

From the wetsuit to the three-piece suit and everything in between.

Now the Swiss watchmaker H. Moser & Cie has just released a limited-edition Pioneer Centre Seconds and a Pioneer Tourbillon watch dedicated to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis research at the Duke ALS Clinic, one of the largest care centers in the world.

We are very excited for the H. Moser Pioneer ‘Cure ALS’ timepieces. Loy, unfortunately, passed between the design and production of the watch after a 19-year battle with ALS. This watch will help fund research at the Duke ALS Clinic and keep his legacy alive.

George Wendt

In honor of Loy Stewart, a businessman (also a well known watch collector) local to Charleston who owned Detyens Shipyards, Steward was diagnosed with ALS in the early 2000s and worked with his close friend, George Wendt, and H. Moser.

H. Moser & Cie Pioneer Cure ALS Centre Second

A true partner, the Pioneer Centre Seconds in steel and Cosmic Green fumé dial is up for every adventure. With a rock-solid case capable of climbing to the highest of peaks and swimming in the depths of the ocean, it is an uncompromising force of nature. A watch to be worn in every situation.

Bringing light to darkness, Super-LumiNova® is a photo-luminescent pigment used on different elements. After being charged by light, it emits a glow that makes the reading of time possible even when it’s pitch black.

The centre seconds provides time in its purest form. Strikingly minimalistic, the centre seconds hand sweeps across the dial, reminding the wearer of the fleeting nature of time.

The HMC 200 movement places emphasis on the basics of time – the hours, minutes and seconds. With an incorporated automatic winding system, the HMC 200 converts the movement of your wrist into energy.

The H. Moser & Cie Pioneer Cure ALS Centre Second is made in 25 pieces, and is available for around $16.000

H. Moser & Cie Pioneer Cure ALS Tourbillon

Featuring a balancing act at 6 o’clock, the Pioneer Tourbillon wit green fumé dial features a double hairspring guaranteeing the highest level of precision. The opening on the dial, gives you a first row view of this beating heart which completes a full rotation every 60 seconds. Combine this with the robust Pioneer case and the result is beyond words.

Bringing light to darkness, Super-LumiNova® is a photo-luminescent pigment used on different elements. After being charged by light, it emits a glow that makes the reading of time possible even when it’s pitch black.

Conceived to counteract the effects of gravity on the watch’s timekeeping precision, the tourbillon is a device in which the regulating organ and escapement are placed, which constantly rotates around a central axis to eliminate any positional errors.

The HMC 804 is an automatic tourbillon movement which counteracts the effects of gravity in two ways: the one-minute flying tourbillon, and the patented double hairspring where two identical hairsprings compensate for any positional errors.

The H. Moser & Cie Pioneer Cure ALS Tourbillon is made in 5 pieces, and is available for around $55.000

The watch’s green fumé dial was inspired by a book Loy used to gift to individuals he met and embodies his positivity for hope and belief in humanity. Partial proceeds will go towards a professorship for a scholar in the field of neurology specializing in ALS in the School of Medicine.

The H. Moser & Cie Pioneer Cure ALS Collection is available ar selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful and timeless world of H. Moser & Cie.

A Chanel Dream Never Fades

This holiday season, discover Chanel’s Boy-Friend watch, now available with a steel and diamond case, white dial and quilted black leather strap. With pure lines, balanced proportions and perfected shapes, the timepiece is an alluring blend of boldness and restraint. It was only a matter of time till the Boy·Friend had a fresh new update in time for its fifth anniversary (the watch was created back in 2015). Still classy, still minimalistic, but with a twist, of course.

There are a total of 3 sizes, small (27.9mm by 21.5mm), medium (34.6mm by 26.7mm) and large (37mm by 28.6mm), with the Boy·Friend made available in either in steel, beige gold, white gold and/or set with diamonds. While all 3 sizes are powered by Chanel’s high precision movements, they all bear slight differences in terms of specifications. The small features a plain opaline guilloché dial, the medium has an added date indicator, while the large features a seconds indicator, little nuances so ‘minute’ you’ll miss them if you blink.

The Boy·Friend is now customisable (which is something you still can’t do with your actual boyfriend), and there are a total of 19 interchangeable bracelets to change up the look of your timepiece, from quilted patterned calfskin to tweed metal, just to name a few. The small and medium timepieces are powered by Chanel’s high precision quartz movement, while the large ones are powered by manual winding mechanical movement.

The Chanel Boy-Friend watches are available at Chanel’s Watches & Fine Jewellery boutiques, and selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful and timeless world of Chanel.

Chaumet, a celebration of the magical and joyful spirit

From the Place Vendôme, Paris to Shanghai, the Chaumet boutiques around the world have put on their most beautiful golden apparel. Come and visit them to find the perfect gift and dive into the holiday spirit.

A big thank you to their Visual Merchandising team who designed these dazzling holiday decorations, making all Maison’s clients throughout the world dream and feel the festive season’s magic.

The most special time of the year. Make someone’s holiday dreams come true with a carefully chosen gift of French Maison Chaumet. Rings, necklaces, earrings, bracelets and watches, for women and men.

A celebration of the magical and joyful spirit of the end-of-year festivities. Discover Maison Chaumet’s holiday selection. Find the perfect meaningful gift for your loved ones or yourself.

Come into the beautiful world of Chaumet.

Renowned Italian jeweler Bvlgari opens the doors of the Shanghai Flagship Store

On November 19, 2020, Italian jeweler and watchmaker Bvlgari held the grand opening of the Bvlgari China Flagship Store at Plaza 66 in Shanghai.

In a glittering affair, Kolia Neveux, President of Bvlgari Greater China was accompanied by Commercial Vice President of Bvlgari China, Yang Yi and General Manager of Plaza 66, Janice Cheung alongside Bvlgari Brand Ambassadors, actress Shu Qi and actor Deng Lun for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. The embrace of Italian Dolce Vita was an experience shared with distinguished guests and close media friends.

The magnificent architectural concept developed by the acclaimed architect Peter Marino, has been inspirared by the epic golden years of the 1930’s and Bvlgari pieces designed during the Art Déco period, highlighting once again the incredibly rich heritage and unique craftsmanship of the brand.

The Bvlgari store embodies pure Roman style through its visage. Offering a timeless yet contemporary vision of Rome, it will endure in the warmth of the Eternal City, a perfectly polished jewel in Shanghai’s crown.

A visit to the store is like taking a stroll in the center of Rome. Bvlgari is Rome: sunlight, marbles and ancient buildings. These features are incorporated into the design of the new flagship store, adding a distinct Italian touch to its beauty.

Actress Shu Qi wore a precious necklace and ring from the Bvlgari High Jewellery Collection and earrings from the Diva’s Dream Collection. She also sported the Serpenti High Jewellery watch, carrying the pieces with divine grace.

Actor Deng Lun was no less refined. He wore a necklace, brooch, and ring from the Bvlgari High Jewellery Collection, paired with the Octo Roma Tourbillon Sapphire Malachite timepiece, radiating the charm of a gentleman.

At Bvlgari Flagship Store at Plaza 66 in Shanghai you find jewels and watch collections with iconic names like Parentesi, B.zero!, Bvlgari-Bvlgari, Octo Roma, Tubogas, Serpenti, and Diva’s Dream (to name just a few). Made of gold or platin, and often set with the most beautiful and precious stones. In the new flagship store you also find the beautiful accessoiries, like scarfs, and leather goods.

Come into the beautiful and timeless world of Bvlgari.

Van Cleef & Arpels Launches Rose Gold Guilloche Sweet Alhambra Jewellery Watch

Introduced in 1968, the Alhambra motif, featuring a 4-leaf clover has been so integral to Van Cleef & Arpels that it has become part of its DNA. The Sweet Alhambra, a variation of the original Vintage Alhambra collection, comes with smaller, daintier motifs and dials on its timepieces. 

This year, the now iconic Alhambra collection of French Maison Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra collection welcomes a new jewelry watch, which reinterprets the emblematic lucky motif in materials teeming with life.

The Sweet Alhambra jewelry watch seems entirely consecrated to light. Around the guilloché dial, the bracelet alternates radiant motifs in guilloché rose gold and pink mother-of-pearl. Appearing for the first time in the Alhambra collection, the latter material has been chosen for its natural pink color with silky over tones.

The mother-of-pearl motifs have been carefully matched, before being delicately polished to create a shiny sur face. Guilloché rose gold is also making its debut in the Alhambra collection; the engraving gleams as it catches the light. The hours thus slip by with a sparkle on this jewel that tells the time.

In keeping with the Maison’s high standards, the hard stones that adorn the creations have been selected from among the finest materials. The chalcedony draws its charm from its soft gray-blue color, while the agate has been chosen for its deep and even shades, accentuated by careful polishing. The gray and pink mother-of-pearl reveal all the delicacy of their iridescent luster.

Faithful to Van Cleef & Arpels’ tradition of excellence, the Alhambra collection reflects all the expertise of a High Jewelry Maison. Different crafts have come together for each piece, ranging from the lapidary to the jeweler, from the stone-setter to the polisher. In keeping with the Maison’s standards, the mother-of-pearl and hard stone motifs are intricately cut and polished, before being matched to create harmonious sets. Like the guilloché motifs, they take their places inside an elegantly beaded mount, as if within a precious case.

These golden contours have been carefully reworked by hand by master jewelers, before the prongs – rounded for a softer feel – are bent down to hold the motifs delicately in place. A final polish then illuminates the beauty of the ensemble. In all, about fifteen stages of selection, crafting and checking succeed one another, resulting in a unique piece that will stand the test of time.

The Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra Collection is available at Van Cleef & Arpels Boutiques and selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful and timeless world of Van Cleef & Arpels.

Audemars Piguet Introduces Its First-Ever Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon Royal Oak

Iconic Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet has just released its first-ever Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon in the Royal Oak design. Originally designed as a time-and-date model when it was introduced in 1972, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak has since been offered with countless complications, including the most complex of them all, a grand complication. 

The tourbillon, an Audemars Piguet speciality is, of course, no stranger to the Royal Oak and was first used in the iconic luxury sports watch in 1997 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of this model. Today, the latest evolution is revealed, this time with an automatic flying tourbillon movement, first launched in Code 11.59. Available in three versions, including a surprising titanium edition, here’s the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon 41mm.

Looking at the current Royal Oak collection, you’ll notice that there is already a tourbillon model. Yet, this iteration of the Royal Oak is hand-wound, features an extra-thin movement and its tourbillon cage has a classic architecture, with bridges front and back.

Today, the brand introduces something more modern and with a movement that has never been used before on the brand’s luxury sports watch, the Calibre 2950 that was first used on Code 11.59. And while this isn’t the first automatic tourbillon movement used on the Royal Oak, this is the first to combine a self-winding mechanism and a flying architecture.

The new Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon will be available in three different references, but before we look at them in more detail, let’s look at common points. The case for these new models measures 41mm in diameter and is slightly thicker than the aforementioned extra-thin models – at about 11.5mm.

Other than that we find the same design as all other editions of the Royal Oak, with the signature octagonal bezel with 8 gold screws, the shaped case and the integrated metallic bracelet. All watches combine sporty brushed surfaces with beautifully polished accents.

Concerning the dial, two of the models (steel and gold) have a guilloché surface with the ‘Evolutive Tapisserie’ pattern that was introduced on the hand-wound tourbillon models in 2018 – with a focal point radiating from the centre of the tourbillon. The titanium model is, on the other hand, quite different and entirely new.

A detail worth noting is the applied 24k gold Audemars Piguet signature, a first in the Royal Oak. This specific applied logo was first created for Code 11.59 and is achieved through a chemical process akin to 3D printing known as galvanic growth. Each letter is connected with thin links almost invisible to the eye. The signature is then fixed on the dial by hand with minuscule legs.

The in-house calibre 2950, a movement that was first introduced in the Code 11.59 collection and that combines flying tourbillon – an architecture that was first used by Audemars Piguet in 2018, in the Royal Oak Concept – and automatic winding is visible through the sapphire crystal caseback.

The movement, entirely decorated with Haute Horlogerie techniques (the Geneva stripes are, however, different from Code 11.59, as here radiating), is large and modern. It beats at 3Hz and boasts a comfortable power reserve of 65 hours. Depending on the edition, the openworked oscillating weight is made from pink gold or rhodium-toned pink gold.

Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon in Steel

The first of these three Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon models is offered in stainless steel with a blue dial (Ref. 26530ST.OO.1220ST.01), a classic combination for this watch that refers to the original 1972 model. Both the case and the bracelet are executed in the typical Royal Oak style, with brushed surfaces and polished bevels.

The dial of this steel edition, besides having the modern and striking ‘Evolutive Tapisserie’ pattern, is also executed with a gradient smoked effect, with a darker periphery than the centre of the dial. This gives depth to the flying tourbillon while also providing great contrast for the white gold hands and applied hour markers.

Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon in Titanium

The second version of the Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon 41mm (Ref. 26530TI.OO.1220TI.01) is the most surprising and distinctive of the three. First of all, its case is made of grade 5 titanium, a material that is rarely used on the Royal Oak (except some limited editions, and often combined with platinum). The use of titanium results in a different colour (colder than steel) and mostly, in a watch that is more comfortable on the wrist, thanks to the lightness of this metal.

The second impact is the dial, which presents a sleek, monochromatic alternative to the Royal Oak’s trademark ‘Tapisserie’ pattern. This slate grey dial has an unprecedented sandblasted central surface and the chapter ring is executed with a snailed pattern. The signature hands and markers are, on the other hand, retained.

Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon in 18k Pink Gold

Last but not least, the Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon 41mm will be offered in a warm and luxurious 18 pink gold edition (26530OR.OO.1220OR.01) with a matching integrated bracelet. On this edition, gold accents are also found on the dial hands and markers, on the tourbillon cage and finally on the oscillating weight.

Its dial also relies on the modern ‘Evolutive Tapisserie’ pattern radiating from the centre of the tourbillon. It has an appealing grey colour with gradient smoked effect, the periphery being darker than the centre.

These three new Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon 41mm are released in the permanent collection. If you ask for the price of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon, you probably can’t afford it. Currently listed on the watchmakers website with ‘Price available upon request’, head over to your nearest flagship to reserve one now.

The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon is available at selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful and timeless world of Audemars Piguet.

Ulysse Nardin Executive Dual Time 42

Ulysse-Nardin presented the Executive Dual Time 42 mm, a reworked version of its dual time model, one of the best-known timepieces of the iconic Le Locle-based watch maker.

The Ulysse-Nardin Executive Dual Time, crafted in either stainless steel or 18ct rose gold, a 42 mm case with the three-horns signature frames, and a dial characterised by large Roman numerals at 12, 3, 6, and 9 o’clock. The central hour and minutes hands are complemented by the patented indicator of the Home Time, situated at 9 o’clock. 

Thanks to its patented instant time zone adjustment, introduced by Ulysse-Nardin in 1994, the dual time function is extremely easy to use. The hour hand adjusts forward or backward with the simple touch of the ‘+’ and ‘-‘ pushers on the left side of the case. The dial indications are completed by the small seconds counter at 6 o’clock and a large date in a double window at 2 o’clock.

Visible through the sapphire crystal case back, the UN-24 dual time movement features a new oscillating weight with a prominent, encircled UN logo. It beats at 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour) with a power reserve of 42 hours.

Water resistant to 50 meters / 165 feet and individually numbered, the Ulysse-Nardin Executive Dual Time comes in three versions: steel with black dial and black strap (ref. 243-20-3/42), steel with blue dial and blue strap (ref. 243-20-3/43) and rose gold with blue dial (ref. 242-20/43) with prices of Euro 8,300 in steel and Euro 19,900 in rose gold.

The Ulysse Nardin Executive Dual Time 42 is available at sected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful and timeless world of Ulysse-Nardin.

Poiray invites silk and gold leaf on his iconic Ma Première watch

Maison Poiray – as eye-catching as the glam of its watches and jewelry, and a friend to every woman’s beauty – has enlivened the Place Vendôme with its joie de vivre since 1975.

Poiray developed a credence shared by its founders, François Hérail and Michel Ermelin: whether its rings, bracelets, necklaces or earrings, precious jewelry should be elegant, creative, worn at any occasion and suit any mood. Poiray made this new femininity its own, embracing the edgy style of the early 1970s. It was an immediate success.

Nathalie Hocq stepped on the scene as artistic director of Poiray, setting things in motion. Her know-how of the ins and outs of the domain was exactly in line with Poiray’s essence. A true Parisian and acquaintance of street artists, she was a woman of her time whose legendary creations for the Maison reflected her concept of a more open-minded luxury brand: precious jewelry isn’t just for fancy occasions, but part of the everyday lives of women, who live a thousand days in one.

Ready with silk and yellow gold, My First Edition Precious Silk plays with light like a haute couture fabric.

To celebrate its 45th anniversary, French Maison Poiray revisits its iconic ‘Ma Première’ (My First) watch with a new dial, made of silk speckled with gold leaf.

In 1987, Poiray launched ‘Ma Première’, a jewel watch with a very Parisian elegance, whose pure lines borrow from Art Deco architecture. It was available in yellow gold, rose or steel, and donned with 2, 4, or 12 lines of diamonds or even the luxurious ‘full pavée’ option. But its special feature: an interchangeable bracelet – thanks to a ratchet opening system – that allows you to switch to the metal mesh to the neon calf, through pearls or satin. Declined since its creation in exceptional or more casual versions, ‘Ma Première’ is the watch icon of the Maison.

On the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the house, the French Maison invites silk and gold leaf on his iconic watch. The dial of the ‘Ma Première’ watch is adorned with a white silk fabric speckled with yellow or white gold, an effect made with authentic gold leaf in collaboration with the French natural silk manufacturer Sericyne. Two models are available, in limited edition: one in tone-on-tone yellow gold with gold leaf, the other in steel combining the golden yellow gold leaf and the silvery white gold leaf.

Poiray Ma Première – Precious Sericyne 45th Anniversary Silk Edition, is available in Poiray boutiques from October. Come into the beautiful world of Poiray.

IWC Schaffhausen Offers Customised Guided Virtual Tours

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In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and social distancing guidelines, Swiss luxury watchmaker IWC Schaffhausen is now launching a new guided virtual tour for the watch enthusiasts who aren’t able to travel to its headquarters in Switzerland.

With these newly developed virtual tours, visitors will go on an interactive, personalised and memorable journey of discovery, bringing them as close as possible to our home in Schaffhausen, no matter where they may be. Not only will they gain exciting insights into our history and the complex engineering behind our timepieces, but they will also be immersed into the world of IWC in a completely new way.

Christoph Grainger-Herr, CEO of IWC Schaffhausen

An exciting new virtual experience will enable watch enthusiasts to explore IWC’s headquarters from their own homes. Via a live stream from Schaffhausen, visitors will be able to take a customised tour of the museum and manufacturing centre, as well as observe first-hand a watchmaker at work, using the Swiss company’s innovative new Cyberloupe technology.

 

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Offering the same insight enjoyed on the ever-popular in-person tours, each virtual journey will be adapted to the specific interests of guests and narrated in real-time by knowledgeable guides. A highly interactive and unique experience, the tours’ ease and convenience will open up IWC’s world and its iconic timepieces to more people than ever before.

The journey begins with an introduction to the brand’s rich history before a guide welcomes guests to the manufacturing centre. Short videos with live commentary and video links to different departments place visitors at the heart of the watchmaking process. From the production of movement parts, to cases and assembly, every significant step is covered. Guides also offer a deep-dive into more specific topics like mechanical decoration or advanced case materials, if desired.

 

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IWC’s patented Cyberloupe technology delivers another tour highlight. The specially developed version of a watchmaker’s magnifying glass features an integrated camera and network connection, allowing visitors to stream the watchmaker’s viewpoint in real-time to their screens. An unprecedented way to explore the inner workings of a movement or learn about complications, the Cyberloupe allows online visitors a fascinating look at IWC’s intricate work.

Exploring IWC’s manufacturing centre online using such up-to-date digital technology suits the building perfectly. Inaugurated in 2018, the factory reflects the same blend of tradition and modern production methods championed by founder Florentine Ariosto Jones in 1868. State-of-the-art machinery and meticulous handcraftsmanship are brought together under one roof. Similarly, the virtual tours rely on modern communication channels to enable visitors from anywhere in the world to discover the brand’s heritage and future at just the touch of a button.

 

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The new virtual tours will be available from September 28th, via IWC.com, IWC boutiques and official retail partners. For bookings and for more information please contact visit@iwc.com. Come into the beautiful of IWC.

 

 

 

 

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M James Bond Platinum Gold

After originally being scheduled for April 2020, the theatrical debut of James Bond ‘No Time To Die’ is now set for November 20, 2020.

Daniel Craig will reprise his role as British secret agent 007 for the fifth and final time in ‘No Time To Die’, and he will, of course, be wearing an Omega on his wrist throughout the movie.

This year represents the 50th Anniversary since the original James Bond movie ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’ (1969) was released. The movie also marks 25 years of Omega being the official watch of James Bond, which started with ‘GoldenEye’ (1995).

Sophisticated style and innovation have always been essential parts of the James Bond story. And to uphold that honor, Swiss watchmaker Omega is now coming out with a brand new Seamaster Diver 300M James Bond Numbered Edition: a watch that offers a lot of details for 007 fans.

Introducing the 2020 Seamaster Diver 300M James Bond Platinum Gold Numbered Edition. Presented in the same size 42 mm diameter Seamaster 300M case as the previously announced individual James Bond Limited Edition ($6,500) and the two-piece boxed set ($42,100) – except this one is in a solid ‘platinum-gold’ alloy that was formulated to be more durable and maintain its color better than typical 950 platinum.

Like the recently announced Seamaster 007 timepieces, this watch has a plate affixed to the side of the case and engraved with the edition number (lucky you: there is no limit in production!).

For an exceptional look, the 42 mm case is made of platinum gold, with a platinum gold plate on the side, engraved with a unique number. The same material is also used for the polished-brushed buckle of the black leather strap of the watch. More unique details characterize the watch, including a black ceramic bezel with an embossed platinum diving scale.

While the spiraling gun-barrel logo is anything but discreet, the ‘007’ gun logo printed in white enamel at 7 o’clock on the minute track is subtle. Even more subtle is the hidden number ’50’ in the luminous material of the 10 o’clock index – which is a reference to the 50th Anniversary of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.

A black enamel dial features the signature Bond spiraling gun-barrel design in 18K white gold and is accentuated with 18K white gold applied indices, hands. As part of the Omega James Bond collection launched last year, this watch also includes a hidden number 50 in Super-LumiNova of the 10 o’clock index. A reference to the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Servive’ (1969). Elsewhere on the dial you will find a 007 logo at the 7, as well as the James Bond family coat-of-of arms at 12 o’clock in white gold.

The Omega Seamaster Diver 300M James Bond Numbered Edition Platinum Gold comes in its own Globe-Trotter™ suitcase, bound by NATO-inspired straps, and inside is an additional black rubber strap which can be swapped out with a black alligator leather strap.

The release date has not yet been announced. However, there is a price tag on the watch of €47,175. The new Omega Seamaster James Bond editie is available at Omega boutiques and selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful world of Omega.