Panerai introduced its new Chrono Tradition collection with three Panerai Radiomir 1940 Tradition Chronographs.
Richard Mille’s latest watches included the RM 35-01 Rafael Nadal, made for the Spanish tennis champ, and the RM 63-01 Dizzy Hands.
Montblanc announced the Montblanc TimeWalker Chronograph 100, as well as the Meisterstück Heritage Collection, four watches celebrating the brand’s 90th anniversary.
Greubel Forsey debuted the QP à Équation, featuring a perpetual calendar and Equation of Time display, and the Greubel Forsey Diamond-Set Tourbillon 24 Secondes Contemporain, set with 272 baguette diamonds.
Vacheron Constantin focused on openworked watches this year, with four watches in its Metiers d’Art Mecaniques Ajourees collection, and two other skeletonized watches, the Malte Tourbillon Openworked and Patrimony Traditionnelle 14-Day Tourbillon Openworked.
Outside of SIHH, at Geneva Hotels, other brands introduced new timepieces as well:
Christophe Claret completed its trilogy of gaming watches with the Poker, featuring a playable game of Texas Hold ’em on the dial.
Zenith is honoring the Wright Brothers’ historic 1903 flight with the Pilot Montre d’Aéronef Type 20 GMT 1903.
Hublot introduced its tonneau-shaped Spirit of Big Bang watches, in four different variations.
Stay tuned to WatchTime.com and our WatchTime blogs for more on new products and other news from the 2014 SIHH.