Another complicated new Cartier watch, the Rotonde de Cartier Reversed Tourbillon, features an unconventional flying tourbillon displayed on a minimalist, sunburst-guilloché dial with an off-center hours and minutes display. Click here to learn more.
Greubel Forsey, a brand known for its ambitious, innovative multi-tourbillon watches, has introduced a new execution of the succinctly named Greubel Forsey GMT, the brand’s singular take on the world-time watch, in a new blackened titanium case. More details and photos here.
Schaffhausen-based IWC has offered glimpses of two new timepieces: The new IWC Portuguese Annual Calendar (pictured; more info here) marks two firsts for IWC: its in-house movement is equipped with an innovative annual calendar mechanism and also boasts a two-barrel, seven-day power reserve. The brand will also add to its elegant Portofino collection the IWC Portofino Hand-Wound Pure Classic, with a long-running in-house caliber. Our report on that watch is here.
Montblanc continues to evolve from luxury penmaker that makes watches to full-fledged, highly innovative watch manufacturer. The Montblanc Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum (more details and photos here) is a new take on the world timer, showing the hour in 24 time zones at once.
Panerai has offered a tantalizing preview of its new Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Ceramica – 44 mm. This new model surrounds the P.9100 manufacture chronograph movement with a high-tech matte-black case fashioned from synthetic ceramic based on zirconium oxide. Click here for more images and info.