A Look Back At Baselworld 2014: 19 Interesting New Watches We’ve Seen

Omega Speedmaster Mark II orangeScores of new timepieces have been making their world debuts at Baselworld 2014. Here’s a roundup of the watches we’ve reported on. Take a look back at Baselworld 2014 and rediscover some of the year’s most interesting novelties.

Follow the links to the original articles, from WatchTime.com and on our sister blog, Watch-Insider.com, to learn more about each of the watches. In February, Blancpain announced its elegant Villeret 2014 model, with a grand feu enamel dial.

Blancpain Villeret Collection 2014 - Ref-6630-3631-55B

Carl F. Bucherer (pictured below) and Ulysse Nardin are offering new perpetual calendar watches, while Britain’s Speake-Marin is adding an aviation-inspired chronograph to its Spirit collection. We covered all three.

Carl F. Bucherer Manero ChronoPerpetual

Chopard’s L.U.C. 1963, inspired by vintage chronometer watches, will commemorate the 50th year of the Scheufele family’s ownership of Chopard.

Chopard L.U.C. 1963


Glashütte Original’s new PanoMaticInverse repositions movement components to make visually interesting elements, such as the Saxon brand’s hallmark swan’s neck fine adjustment, visible on the dial side of the watch.

Glashutte Original PanoMaticInverse - gold

OurWatch Insider previewed a slew of new releases from various brands, including the Bulgari Octo Chronograph (pictured below), the Tissot T-Touch Race Aluminum, Longines Column-Wheel Single Push-Piece Chronograph, Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Gravity, and Frédérique Constant Classics Manufacture Worldtimer.

Bulgari Octo Chronograph

Omega introduced a trio of new watches in its Seamaster, Speedmaster and Constellation collections, including the Omega Speedmaster Mark II (pictured below), based on a model released in 1969.

Omega Speedmaster Mark II orange

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  1. The headline on this feature says: “A Look Back At Baselworld 2014: 19 [NINETEEN] Interesting New Watches We’ve Seen.” HOWEVER, I only see photos of nine watches with nine accompanying written descriptions in the article following the aforementioned headline. Have I missed something?

  2. Bert Kanne

    The Omega and Hamilton are too 70s in their case design, in my opinion. The Hublot and Bulgari are just not tasteful. But to each his own!

  3. Robin Henry

    I love the new Omega grey dial watch. I notice the beautiful BVLGARI and several watches in the April edition of WatchTime have the date situated evidently for those wearing their watches on the left wrist. I and many others I see wear their watches on the right wrist, which means if buyers are fussy, they won’t buy watches intended for the left wrist if they are right-wrist wearers.

    Why not place dates in a neutral position?

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