On the Watch

Special editions and detailed accents shine in top timepieces

The Omega speedmaster professional apollo soyuz 35th anniversary watch commemorates the launch of the Apollo spacecraft on July 17, 1975. On that mission, Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Stafford (USA) and Lt. Gen. Alexei A. Leonov (USSR) met in the docking hatch, which linked their respective spacecrafts. Each wore Omega Speedmaster Professional chronographs on their wrists. Their historic handshake is commemorated with this limited-edition release of 1975 watches.
* Stainless steel case and bracelet
* Rhodium-plated “Moon” hands
* Meteorite dial
* Water resistant up to 50 meters
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Georg Jensen represents refined and organic design, thus introducing the koppel automatic 24h. Henning Koppel broke tradition when he first designed his world-famous Koppel watch in 1978. He changed the marking of time on watches by substituting dots for the numbers at the hour points. This Georg Jensen Koppel Automatic 24-hour watch pays homage to the original understated design that Henning Koppel created.
* 18-karat gold
* 41 millimeter dial
* Black alligator strap with 18-karat gold buckles
* $11,600

A timeless appeal and fresh new touches make Patek Phillipe’s annual calendar chronograph a personality piece that can be handed down through generations. Launched in 2006, this piece was endowed with the first regularly produced chronograph movement developed entirely by Patek Philippe and crafted entirely in-house from the movement blank to the finished caliber. It instantly became one of its most sought-after models. The 2006 debut platinum model with charcoal gray dial received a sibling in 2009: a rose gold version with a dark, silvery gray dial. And now, the collection has been expanded by this second platinum model with a matte blue sunburst dial.
* Self-winding mechanical movement
* 18-karat white gold
* Platinum case
* Hand-stitched, large-scaled blue alligator strap
* Suggested retail value: $78,800

IWC welcomes the Big Ingenieur chronograph to its Switzerland-based family, which dates back to 1868. IWC’s legacy in the watch world remains strong, as it continues to build upon tradition while leading the way with innovative ideas. Following the successful launch of the Big Ingenieur, an IWC-manufactured chronograph movement piece was necessary to continue the momentum.
* Self-winding mechanical movement
* 68-hour power reserve
* Stainless steel
* Black alligator strap
price available upon request

The Glycine Lagunare Chrono L1000 is one of the latest releases from the historical Switzerland company founded by Eugene Meylan in 1914. Meylan succeeded in producing extremely precise, small movements for ladies’ watches, enabling Glycine to put on the market the finest miniature movements, clad in gold and platinum cases often studded with diamonds. In 1931, he presented a well-functioning self-winding watch.

This year, Glycine presents this sports watch, which still looks like a piece of jewelry despite its range of features. It makes an elegant accessory to a (wet)suit and tie.
* Automatic movement ETA 7750
* Stainless steel case, 46 millimeter diameter
* Domed sapphire glass and steel back
* Water resistant to 300 meters
* Rubber or leather strap
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