HOW TO INVEST IN TIME (AND THE BEST WATCHES OF 2020)

Brands like Cartier, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Hermès decided to showcase their news on the Watches & Wonders digital platform. New phenomena happen like the launch of the new Omega Bond watch, before the premiere of the film No Time to Die, postponed until November. Here is our choice.

JUNE 17, 2020 | Ana Campos

1 of 14 / Apple – The largest watch producer since 2017, joins Hermès once again and adds class to the Watch Series 5 with a double leather strap. (not yet available in Portugal)

2 of 14 / Baume & Mercier – The new Clifton Baumatic 10583 is one of the most elegant of the new models with its perpetual calendar, polished 18K gold case and lacquered moon phases.

3 of 14 / Breitling – From the new partnership between the brand and Norton Motorcycles, the Premier B01 Cronograph 42 Norton Edition was born

4 of 14 / Bulgari – The Roman brand has extended the family of the Octo Finissimo line, the thinnest model with the chronograph mechanism and launched this Octo Finissimo Chhronograph GMT

5 of 14 / Cartier – The story that jeweler Louis Cartier created the brand’s first men’s watch for his aviator friend Alberto Santos-Dumont won new exclusive chapters this year: 100 numbered pieces of the Santos-Dumont Grand Modèle model , in platinum and with cabochon ruby

6 of 14 / Chopard – The union of Chopard and Zagato gave rise to an exclusive watch (only 100 were manufactured) with all the sporting characteristics of a car racer watch. Mille Miglia Zagato Chronograph

7 of 14 / Hublot – The speed of the brand’s novelties is sometimes stunning, with new partnerships or launches of digital watches with the brand’s classic lines. The new 42mm digital Big Bang E Titanium is a prefect example

8 of 14 / Jaeger-LeCoultre – With a history of seventy years, the Memovox model gains a new function, the Timer. The Master Control Memovox Timer is a model limited to 250 units

9 of 14 / Longines – The brand joined the retro movement that comes up whenever we talk about watchmaking classics and recreated its 1957 Flagship model, now with the black case: it’s the new Flagship Heritage

10 of 14 / Montblanc – The brand was inspired by nature for the new models of its most iconic lines and launched this 1858 Split Second Chronograph LE100

11 of 14 / Omega – The watch that will accompany Daniel Craig in the 25th James Bond film No Time to Die, with a new release date for November, continues to belong to Omega and is the Seamaster Diver 300M Edition 007

12 of 14 / Panerai – The super exclusive (so much so that there are only 5) Submersible EcoPangaea Tourbillon GMT Edition Mike Horn watch is a collector’s edition, designed with all the details and made in high-tech steel EcoPangaea from recycled material from the boat of the Arctic explorer Mike Horn

13 of 14 / Piaget – From thin to ultra-thin! This year Piaget broke down barriers of micro engineering in watchmaking and created the world’s thinnest mechanical model with the AUC G0A45500 Altiplano

14 of 14 / Tag Heuer – Launched in 2015, the Connected smartwatch maintains the characteristics of the brand, so identifiable in the classic Carrera or Monaco, but now aimed at today’s technological world. The new limited edition Tag Heuer Connected includes a titanium case completely aimed at sportsmen

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