Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetuel Calendar Watch

It took over 600 hours of research to develop the case on this Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetuel Calendar Watch. It appears to have been worth it. The matte black brushed finish on the 41mm ceramic case is resistant to scratches, temperature, and age, so it pairs well with the moonphase indicator, which only requires correction once every 125 years. The 5134 movement also powers the date, date, month, leap year, hours, and minute functions, all of which appear on the slate gray "Grande Tapisserie" dial. It's finished with a matching ceramic bracelet with a titanium clasp.

  • Ressence Type 1 Squared Watch

    Like the standard Type 1 before it, the new Ressence Type 1 Squared Watch forgoes traditional hands, instead using a series of rotating discs to indicate the time. Unlike its predecessor, the 1 Squared has a cushion-shaped case crafted from 316 stainless steel instead of titanium that's thinner as well, thanks to the absence of a sapphire back. Instead, it has a retractable lever that's used to set the time, corresponding to the discs' movement in a 1:1 ratio just like the key-wind clocks and toys of old. It's finished with an interchangeable bracelet system, and is available in four colorways.

  • Omega Speedmaster Speedy Tuesday Watch

    Named for the Instagrammers that hashtag photos of their watches every week, the Omega Speedmaster Speedy Tuesday Watch blends together several vintage touches in a new limited edition. The overall design is inspired by the "Alaska Project III" model built for NASA in 1978, distinguished by its brushed matte finish stainless steel case and radial subdials. Speaking of subdials, it also sports a "reverse panda" dial first introduced in 1966, joined by a vintage Omega logo and matte black aluminum bezel ring. It's powered by the same calibre 1861 movement as the Moonwatch, and arrives with its own leather watch roll, a vintage-cut brown leather strap, a spare white and black striped NATO strap, and a strap changing tool. Limited to just 2012 examples, it's also the first Omega to be sold directly online.

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