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Baselworld Highlights

Baselworld Highlights

Baselworld Highlights

Time just got more precious

Hi-Beat

Seiko has unveiled a new caliber, its first ever hi-beat GMT. Caliber 9S86 has been created on the platform of the hi-beat caliber 9S85 that, since 2009, has been the leading watch in the Grand Seiko collection. It has all the features of the existing caliber, with the addition of a 24-hour GMT hand with easy hour adjustment. Available in various materials, we think the stainless steel (SBGJ005) with retro racing green dial is the knockout in the collection.

Now turn over for more timepieces from the Baselworld 2014 watch expo.

‘Hi-Beat’ £6,500 by GRAND SEIKO

Available December


Seamaster 300

‘Seamaster 300’ £4,170 by OMEGA. Available December


G-SHOCK Premium MTG S1000BS

Limited edition ‘G-SHOCK Premium MTG S1000BS’ £1,000 by CASIO. Available November


Calibre 110

‘Calibre 110’ £3,750 by ORIS. Available May


Escale Worldtime

‘Escale Worldtime’ £41,000 by LOUIS VUITTON, sold at New Bond Street Maison. Available October


Runwell Chronograph

‘Runwell Chronograph’ £810 by SHINOLA AT COLETTE. Available June


Neo 1512958

‘Neo 1512958’ £325 by HUGO BOSS. Available TBC


Divemaster

Limited Edition ‘Divemaster’ £2,700 by VICTORINOX. Available summer


Acutron II Alpha

‘Acutron II Alpha’ £299 by BULOVA. Available April


Terra Nova

Limited Edition ‘Terra Nova’ £4,495 by BREMONT. Available July


Masterpiece Mystery

‘Masterpiece Mystery’ £10,100 by MAURICE LACROIX. Available September


T-Touch Expert Solar

‘T-Touch Expert Solar’ £675 by TISSOT. Available June


WW2 Military Tourbillon

‘WW2 Military Tourbillon’ £90,000 by BELL & ROSS. Available April